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WTN Archives: November, 2003

Published by the Canada Tibet committee

Sunday, November 2

1. China blasts Japan for allowing Dalai Lama visit (AFP)
2. Interview with Secretary of Department of Home (TN)
3. New option for Tibetan talk with China?

Monday, November 3

1. Tibetan Nuns Stage Pro-independence Demonstration in Lhasa (VOA)
2. Thousands Attend His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Public Talk in Tokyo (TN)

Tuesday, November 4

1. Dalai Lama seeking 1 country, 2 systems (YS)
2. 47 MPs Urge UK to Raise Tenzin Delek Rinpoche Case During China Dialogue (ICT)
3. Justice denied and rights denied: Tibetan refugees in Nepal (TNN)
4. Shahtoosh trade alive, Chiru dying (TP)
5. Shahtoosh trade alive, Chiru dying (TP)

Wednesday, November 5

1. Dalai Lama, visiting Japan, seeks "genuine autonomy" for Tibet (AFP)
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama Visits Ise and Nara=20
3. Tibetan Buddhists Find Peace in Scottish Hills (Reuters)
4. China's move to divert Tibetan rivers upsets India's plan (TDT)

Thursday, November 6

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama Visits World's Largest Wooden Temple (TN)
2. Condolence Message (TN)
3. Kashag Mourns the Demise of a Diplomat Lama (TN)
4. Tribute to the Venerable Kushok Bakula Rinpoche
5. Tibet Issue Given Prominence by the European Parliament
6. LA filmmaker offers riveting look at Tibet (LATC)

Friday, November 7

1. Messiah of the Modern Age (SCMP)
2. Tibetan people of Delhi were denied any sort of involvement with His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales's visit
3. Amnesty film fest opens with Tibet (VS)
4. Travellers and Magicians: Directed by Khyentse Rinpoche, Bhutan
5. China evasive on Brahmaputra power plant (TH)
6. China, India to take small step to normalise ties with joint naval moves (AFP)
7. Correction - VOA article on nuns demonstration in Lhasa

Sunday, November 9

1. Peaceful protest (SM)
2. Delhi echoes concern over China plan (TT)
3. Concern evinced over China's move to divert Brahmaputra (UNI)
4. Ministry seeks details of China's `move' to divert rivers (TH)
5. Tibet agrees to scrap import duties on Nepalese goods (AFP)
6. Dalai Lama to return to Tibet soon: Kalmyk President (UNI)

Monday, November 10

1. Increased control over participation of Tibetans in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) tourism industry (TIN)
2. European Union Asks China to Receive UN Human Rights Expert (TN)
3. Enduring Agony: Buddhist monk survives starvation and torture, works for a free Tibet (ADN)

Tuesday, November 11

1. Russian Foreign Minister Questioned on Denial of Visa to His Holiness (TN)
2. Russian Foreign Ministry hails results of Ilyumzhinov's visit to China (TN)
3. Tibet arts festival 2003 in England

Wednesday, November 12

1. Dalai Lama, China talk unity (CNN)
2. Keynote Address by Mr. Pema Jungney, the Chairman of the Assembly of Tibetan People's Deputies, at the European Parliament Forum on Tibet (TN)
3. Address of Mr. Kelsang Gyaltsen, Envoy of H.H. the Dalai Lama to the European Parliament Forum on Tibet (TN)
4. Dalai Lama wants to return to Tibet in three years: Russia's Ilyumzhinov (AFP)

Wednesday, November 12 (2)

1. China lays down law to Dalai Lama over possible return (AFP)
2. China draws Taiwan into Tibet (N24)
3. European Parliament Calls for China to Drop Preconditions to Dialogue with the Dalai Lama
4. EU urged to take stronger stand over Tibet (AFP)
5. European Parliament: trying to raise the profile of the thorny issue (OC)
6. EU group demands envoy to press for Tibet talks (Reuters)
7. EU urged to take stronger stand over Tibet
8. Tibetan monk to speak on his experiences in prison camps
9. Junior Tibetan National Football Squad to Play in France (TN)

Saturday, November 15

1. Chinese envoy calls for halt flow of Tibetans into Nepal (AFP)
2. Anti- Dalai Lama Campaign intensifies in Kardze and Lithang County (TCHRD)
3. Tibetan Resistance to Repressive Measures Continues in Kandze (ICT)
4. The Crux of the Tibetan Problem
5. Ladakh revisited (TP)
6. Former Home of Ancient Tibetan Man of Letters Found (Xinhua)

Monday, November 17

1. New Zealand Calls for Dialogue on Tibet at UN Debate (TN)
2. Chinese troops stage anti-terror exercises in Tibet (Reuters)
3. Army delegation to visit Tibet (HT)
4. Warming China-India ties to benefit Arunachal Pradesh: Advani (AFP)
5. China, India conduct first joint naval exercises (AFP)
6. Indian army delegation to visit Chinese bases in Tibet: report (AFP)

Tuesday, November 18

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit Italy from November 25 to 28, 2003
2. Exiled Tibetans dispute Chinese denial of 'refugees' (AFP)

Wednesday, November 19

1. Tibetan Flag Hung from Chinese Radio Tower (RFA)
2. India urged to help free Tibet Our Correspondent (TT)
3. Delhi Seminar to Highlight the Importance of Tibet's Water Resources (TN)
4. China urged to Protect Tibet's Environment (TN)
5. Tibet Event in Crest Draws Many (TN)

Thursday, November 20

1. Dalai Lama to meet Pope (AFP)
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit Kolkata. Italy, Darjeeling, Delhi, Miao, Tezu and Itanagar
3. Brussels accused of weak stance on Tibet
4. TIPA Tours Northeastern India
5. San Francisco Tibet Day s Culture & Politics Attract Hundreds
6. China arrests four Nepalese arms smuggler
7. Maoists in Tibet

Friday, November 21

1. 'Tibet' 101 is still better than no Tibet at all
2. Zen and the art of 3-D photography
3. Dharamsala Urges Beijing to lift the Ban on the Photographs of His Holiness The Dalai Lama
4. Tibet's struggle wrenching on film
5. Harvard University to Organize Panel Discussion on Tibet
6. Tibetan Flag Hung from Chinese Radio Tower
7. Dharamsala experiences first snowfall
8. Ladakhis' march for freedom of Tibet

Saturday, November 22

1. Ladakhis' march for freedom of Tibet
2. Travelling through Tibet
3. Mayor Fills Second Public Utilities Vacancy

Sunday, November 23

1. Tibetan nun to speak about trials in prison
2. Chinese Premier Asks U.S. to Pressure Taiwan

Monday, November 24

1. From cleaning lady to leading lady
2. No improvement inside Tibet: Dalai Lama
3. No change in policy on Dalai Lama: India
4. Tibet reminds us of our own past
5. Conference held in Taiwan to examine Tibetan affairs

Tuesday, November 25

1. Dalai asked to "genuinely give up" independence stand
2. Dalai Lama lauds Tibetan dept
3. Chairman of the Tibetan Parliament Receives LBA Marchers
4. Dalai Lama puts his faith in Glasgow
5. Resolution to Tibet Issue Unlikely, Panelists Say
6. Tibetan people celebrate Gongbo New Year
7. NGOs slam tie-up for Tibetan gold
8. Seminar highlights the importance of Tibet's water resources for the Indian sub-continent
9. TIBETANS IN FRANCE CELEBRATE THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE ATTRIBUTION TO HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

Wednesday, November 26

1. Dalai Lama arrives in Rome for gathering of Nobel laureates
2. The Dalai Lama in Rome from 26-28 November
3. Assembly Mourns the Demise of an Indian Friend
4. Concern for prisoners held under strict regime at Drapchi
5. Chinese parliamentary chief meets Indian PM
6. Buddhism, science share common thread: Dalai Lama
7. Son's arrival gift they seek
8. To the editors of World Tibet Network News
9. Free Tibet group seeks CSU club status

Thursday, November 27

1. Dalai Lama Discusses China, Tibet Issue
2. Support for China, not criticism, better for Tibetan cause
3. Chinese Diplomat Accompanies Bush on His 1977 China Tour
4. Boycott Campaign's Hour Has Come
5. Tibetan Culture Week to be held in Thailand
6. Tibetan people celebrate Gongbo New Year

Friday, November 28

1. Dalai Lama says eager to talk to China over Tibet
2. Italian Parliamentarians Welcome His Holiness, Assure Support
3. Pope John Paul II Meets With Dalai Lama
4. Vatican Gives Dalai Lama Visit Low Profile
5. Committee Sets Courses for Fulbright Aspirants
6. Dalai Lama urges world to help Tibet
7. NEPAL FREES JAILED TIBETAN REFUGEES
8. Asymmetries and imbalances on the Nepal-Tibet border
9. TIBETAN WHO PROTESTED MONK'S JAILING TORTURED

Saturday, November 29

1. Chinese Communist Ideology: An Idealistic Approach

Saturday, November 29 (2)

1. His Holiness in Rome - 3rd Day, 27 November 2003
2. Nobel Peace Prize winners gather for summit on world's ills
3. Bush offers support to Dalai Lama
4. His Holiness met with the leaders of the Italian Trade Unions (CGIL,CISL e UIL ).
5. Six Monks Arrested in Kakhog County, Ngaba Prefecture.
6. Nine Tibetan Refugees Jailed in Nepal Released
7. MONGOLIA: Authorities thwart the return of Buddhist King
8. Project to safeguard headwaters of three major rivers launched
9. EU-China open human rights dialogue

Sunday, November 30

1. His Holiness Takes Part in Summit of Nobel Laureates
2. Nobel Laureates Should Participate in Debate About UN and Global reform: Annan
3. Troops in Tibet get new-type warm uniform
4. Steering Committee Meeting of Indian Core Group for Tibetan Cause held in Delhi.


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