Since the recent outbreak of COVID-19, the global epidemic has hit us hard. In this disaster, we, the Tibetan Buddhist disciples, suggest that the religious community and the overseas Buddhist Association jointly pray. Buddha's glorious sunlight covers all, may the epidemic dispelled early; and all living beings have peace and comfort.
Tibet was a good market for Nepali traders and Nepal had good ties with Tibet. With marriage of Nepali princess Bhrikuti with King Tsroang Chong Gympo of Tibet, diplomatic and official relations became cordial. Following that many Nepali merchants and officials also married Tibetan girls. Eventually, Tibet and Nepal had both people-to-people and government-to-government ties.
SINDHUPALCHOWK, Sept 30: Sheep and mountain goats from Tatopani, a major border point of the north, have started entering Nepal for Dashain and Tihar festivals. The sheep were transported to Nepal from Tibet as soon as the border opened after a week’s shutdown. A total of 1,100 sheep and mountain goats were brought to Tatopani in a day on Friday.
King Prithvi Narayan Shah’s unification campaign was focused on Kathmandu but it seemed like a powerful state to win over. To weaken it, he blockaded the Kathmandu Valley. This affected East India Company’s trade with Tibet (and China) because their trade was carried out via Kathmandu.
After Dalai Lama fled to India, Chinese security operation started in Tibet in 1971 and some Khampas started to settle down in the adjoining areas of the Himalayan border on the northern region of Nepal. They started to operate anti-China activities from Nepali territory, which was against foreign policy of Nepal. So Nepal launched military operations against Khampas. Many of them were killed, others fled and some surrendered. This episode is known as ‘Khampa Disarming Mission’ in Nepal’s military history.
LHASA, June 15: Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Regional government has reiterated to further deepen its ties with South Asian countries including Nepal under the framework of Belt and Road Initiative.
KATHMANDU, May 17: The US has expressed its concern over the government’s move to probe three journalists working with the national news agency over the dissemination of a news item regarding exiled Tibetan leader Dalai Lama.
KATHMANDU, May 14: The famous Kailash Yatra (pilgrimage by Hindus to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake) via Nepal has fallen into uncertainty this season as the government of the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) has introduced a slew of measures including a mandatory provision on payment for tour packages through banking channels.
LHASA, May 2: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said the role of Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) was critically important for Nepal to propel BRI, Protocol to the Agreement on Transit and Transport or any project in new border entry point with China.
BEIJING, April 30: President Bidya Devi Bhandari who has been on the nine-day State visit to the People’s Republic of China, at the invitation of her Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping since April 24 has arrived Lhasa from Beijing.
HONG KONG, March 15: Sixty years after the Dalai Lama fled into permanent Indian exile, the cause of Tibetan freedom that earned him a Nobel prize and a celebrity-studded international following has lost much of its momentum - neutralised, analysts say, by the passage of time and China's rising global power.
BEIJING, March 10: China is defending its often-criticized rule in Tibet 60 years after the Dalai Lama fled into exile amid an uprising against Chinese control, saying those who question its policies are merely biased.
RASUWA, Sept 9: Trade via Rasuwagadhi along the northern border point has now reopened, but traders say they cannot immediately import goods for the upcoming Teej festival from the China. The reason, according to them, is lack of containers to supply goods from Kerung, the nearest market in Tibet.
An English version ‘Reply from Tibet’ by Dharma Ratna Yami was released on Tuesday at the premises of Nepal Tourism Board in Bhrikuti Mandap. Prof Timila Yami Thapa, the author’s daughter, journalist Supriya Manandhar, Prof Abhi Subedi and Dr Keshav Man Shakya jointly released the book.
NEW DELHI, Jan 22: The Centre has begun final negotiations to buy Russia-built S-400 Triumf air defence missile systems for Rs 39,000 crore, The Times of India reported on Monday. According to the report, the government wants to operationalise the deal by the end of FY2018-19. If the deal is inked, it will be one of the biggest arms contract with Russia, added the report.
BEIJING, July 5: Work is underway on China's second railway line to Tibet that will wind through some of the world's most mountainous and inhospitable territory and likely take the better part of a decade to complete, state media said Wednesday.
BEIJING, Oct 1: China has blocked a tributary of the Brahmaputra river in Tibet as part of the construction of its hydro project, which could cause concern in India as it may impact the water flow into the country.