Jul 12 2016

Job Announcement

Tibetan Women’s Association is recruiting applicants for the post of an Accountant. Applicants are requested to send us a copy of the following at [email protected] by July 31, 2016 referencing in the subject line of the email “Recruits: Accountant”.

  • Covering Letter addressed to the President.
  • Resume.
  • Attested copy of Green Book and Registration …

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Sep 26 2016

Tibetan Women’s Association Observed World Rivers Day at TCV Suja

World Rivers Day is a global celebration of the world’s waterways, celebrates every last Sunday in September. Established in 2005, it highlights the many values of rivers and strives to increase public awareness while encouraging the improved stewardship of rivers around the world. Rivers in every country face an array of threats, and World …

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Sep 17 2016

Tibetan Women’s Association Marks 32nd Re-founding Anniversary in Exile


On September 10, 2016 in Dharamsala, the Tibetan Women’s Association Central and Regional commemorated its 32nd year of re-founding in exile. TWA paid heartfelt tribute to Tibetan martyrs for their supreme sacrifices, which continue to keep the spirit of Tibet alive and hopeful even after 57 years of China’s brutal suppression.

Today we …

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Aug 24 2016

An Exclusive Interview with Tenzin Pema (Boxer)


Tenzin Pema, 23, is a Tibetan professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) player currently living in New Delhi. Since turning professional at the start of 2016, she has won gold, silver, bronze in State and National level fights. She grew up in Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim where she attended Sikkim Government High School. …

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Aug 23 2016

A successful 12th Working Committee Meeting at Hunsur Rabgyaling


Dharamshala August 8: Tibetan Women’s Association 12th Working Committee Meeting held at Hunsur Rabgayling settlement, south India. TWA Central President, and 105 executives and staff of TWA Central and its regionals attended this six days meeting. The opening ceremony was a grant start of meeting as we invited Chief Guest Kasur Mrs. Gyari Dolma, …

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Aug 19 2016

Ongoing Demolition of Larung Gar the Largest Buddhist Institute led to a suicide and derelict of Buddhist Practitioners


Dharamshala, August 19: Chinese authorities started demolishing Tibet’s biggest Buddhist Instituition “Larung Gar” at Serthar County, Eastern Tibet, with an excuse that they are in process of renovating and also to reduce the number of unregistered monastics.

Chinese workers are demolishing nearly 100 to 250 houses in a day. The monastic leaders have instructed monks …

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