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Dalai Lama enjoys warm welcome in Norway

  May 7, 2014 Views and News from Norway The Dalai Lama arrived in Oslo on Wednesday to rainy and chilly weather but also to what he said he felt was a “warm welcome.” It followed weeks of debate in Norway over the government’s refusal to officially receive him, amidst …

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Office of Tibet Relocated to Washington, DC

Our New Physical Address: Office of Tibet 1228 17th ST NW Washington, DC 20036 Representative Kaydor Aukatsang’s email : rep.us@tibet.net For All Inquiries, please contact: 212.213.5010 ext. 205 Our staff, Ngawang Yonten la travels to NYC from DC. New York Branch is open on the following days Wednesdays [1pm-6pm], Thursdays …

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THE OFFICE OF TIBET MOVED FROM NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON DC

  The office of Tibet has already moved from New York to Washington, DC.  Our new address in Washington DC is as follow: The Office of Tibet 1228, 17th Street NW Washington, DC – 20036 Tel: 212.213.5010 Fax: 703.349.7444   Call Send SMS Add to Skype You’ll need Skype CreditFree …

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Italian Senate Committee Passes Resolution on Tibet

  tibet.net March 13, 2014 DHARAMSHALA: The Special Committee on the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights of the Italian Senate has adopted a resolution on Tibet. The resolution came against the backdrop of a testimony by Kalon Dicki Chhoyang of the Central Tibetan Administration’s Department of Information and International …

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama Spends the Day on Capitol Hill

  Washington DC, USA, 6 March 2014 – His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s day on Capitol Hill began with his being invited to offer prayers at the opening of proceedings in the Senate. He was first welcomed and introduced by Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid who described him as an …

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama Meets with President Barack Obama

  tibet.net February 21, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC. FEBRUARY 21, 2014: His Holiness the Dalai Lama met with President Obama this morning at the White House. This was the third meeting between the Tibetan spiritual leader and the sitting American President. The earlier two meetings, also in the White House, took …

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