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WTN Archives: June, 2003

Published by the Canada Tibet committee

Sunday, June 1

1. Deportation of Tibetan refugees from Nepal sets new precedent (WTN)
2. Tibetan detainees deported under Chinese pressure (TCHRD)
3. UN refugee agency protests expulsion of 18 Tibetans from Nepal (AFP)
4. Nepal Deports 18 Tibetans to China (Washington Post)
5. Nepal Passes Tibetan Refugees to China (AP)
6. Nepal deports 18 Tibetans (BBC)
7. 18 Tibetans fleeing Chinese rule deported from Nepal (AFP)
8. Dalai Lama speaks peace in Berlin as Chinese embassy rages (AFP)
9. Chinese embassy in Germany slams Dalai Lama meetings (AFP)

Monday, June 2

1. Over Protests, Nepal Lets Chinese Force Refugees Back to Tibet
2. Two-day conference of the North India Tibet Supporting Group Concludes in Patiala
3. Tenzin Tangchen Dera, of Tibetan descent, proves herself wrong when accomplishments exceed her childhood expectations

Tuesday, June 3

1. China demands German guarantee Dalai Lama meetings was a one-off event
2. China detains four Tibetans from Serthar Institute
3. Chinese detain four Tibetans in row over monastery: rights group
4. Tibetan Nobel Laureate receive colourful welcome in Sweden

Wednesday, June 4

2. A Buddhist god with a lot to do
3. China to punish Tibetans returned by Nepal
4. Nepal: Forcible return of Tibetans to China unacceptable
5. U.S. deplores Nepal for returning Tibetans to China

Thursday, June 5

1. Dalai Lama optimistic about relations with China
2. Dalai Lama Says China More Positive Toward Tibet
3. China defends Nepal deportations
4. Tibetans were 'illegal immigrants', claims China
5. Tibetan asylum seekers due in Shagatse, could face Criminal charges
6. Britain protests deportation of Tibetans from Nepal
7. Tibetan leader receives standing ovation from 14,000 people, meets Parliament Speaker
8. Gyalyum Chenmo memorial tournament kicks off
9. Cradle of tea brewing a revival

Friday, June 6

1. Dalai Lama meets with Danish politicians

Saturday, June 7

1. Press Release from ATPD
2. Tibetan govt-in-exile for help
3. Danish PM meets His Holiness, welcomes Tibetan delegation's visit to China
4. Tibetans lose Nepal as safe haven
5. Winds of time destroy, liberate their beautiful lives
6. Tibet's unsung footballers chase international dreams

Sunday, June 8

1. An interview: Options in Exile
2. Straight Answers
3. Seminar on Himalaya and National Security

Monday, June 9

1. Ngawang Sangdrol's talk bring tears in Tibetan eyes
2. Govt. stand on Dalai Lama unchanged
3. SAN FRANCISCO Tibetans protest at Chinese Consulate

Tuesday, June 10

1. Tibet - Nepal border to reopen on 1 July 2003
2. Darjeeling readies for "friend" Fernandes
3. China slams US policy on Tibet
4. DBA swipe at monastery slur
5. Four Tibetans sentenced to hefty terms for arms trafficking
6. Two Tibetan monks sentenced for 'endangering state security'
7. "His Holiness' audience gave peace to my body and mind" Ngawang Sangdrol
8. Indian Delegation meets the Nepalese Mission at Delhi

Wednesday, June 11

1. Dalai Lama's envoys "build trust" on China trip
2. New Delhi - the Junction
3. Delegation of Tibetan Government-in-Exile Returns After Peace Talks With Beijing
4. Writer rejects US report on Tibet
5. Vision is now reality

Thursday, June 12

1. Dalai Lama Seeks More Contact with China
2. China Positive, Says Envoy Gyari
4. Monk shares hardship and hope

Friday, June 13

1. Warm welcome for Dalai Lama in Kashmir's Buddhist region
2. Rights groups announce tourism boycott of Nepal
3. Chinese takeaway (TO)
4. Activism can make a poor basis for literature, but Patrick French wears his convictions and his erudition lightly in a fascinating study of modern Tibet (TT)
5. Trin-Gyi-Pho-Nya: Tibet's Environment and Development news

Saturday, June 14

1. Dalai Lama visits Kashmir
2. Government-In-Exile Greatly Encouraged by Recent Contacts with China
3. Dalai Lama to visit China if relations improve
4. Saga Dawa
5. German Grant to Support Tibetan Environmental Protection
6. Understanding China: The view from India
7. Blazing the tea-horse trail

Sunday, June 15

1. Success of the second round of dialogue uncertain
2. A Long Look Homeward - Beyond borders
3. Six Mekong nations enter new era
4. Fast forward into trouble

Monday, June 17

1. Dalai Lama's Canadian Tour to include Nation's Capital
2. Nepal bows to China's demands
3. Plea to PM for free Tibet
4. Tibet Support Groups Conference at Jalpaiguri
6. Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union on the Deportation of 18 Tibetan Asylum Seekers from Nepal to China

Tuesday, June 17 (2)

1. Dalai Lama Envoys, China Edge Toward Better Ties (Reuters)
2. Dalai Lama's delegation returns from China
3. Tibetan sources - Letter to Guardian newspaper - London

Wednesday, June 18

1. Urgent appeal to the Indian Prime Minister on his forth coming visit to China (TYC)
2. Contemporary Tibetan history exhibition opens in London
3. A warm welcome to Monsoon (Tibet.Net)
4. Bharat Thibet Sahyog Manch to meet the Indian Prime Minister (Tibet.Net)
5. Photo of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Envoys being received at Gyalthang Airport (Tibet.Net)

Thursday, June 19

1. The fourth International Conference of Tibet Support Groups
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama is the solution, says Special Envoy Lodi G. Gyari (Tibet.Net)
3. Monks hit road with sides of fries (TS)
4. A glass of Tchang, please! (WTN)

Sunday, June 21

1. A Tibetan detainee released from Nepali jail (TCHRD)
2. Cross the line (HT)
3. Climb over the wall (HT)
4. Beware of the dragon Brahma Chellaney (HT)
5. Campaign to boycott `Made In China products.

Monday, June 22

1. Tibet static in China (TH)
2. China agrees to trade through Sikkim (PTI)
3. Gyuto Monks, The Perfect Jewel: Sacred Chants of Tibet - BBC - World Review
4. 31 March 1959 the Dalai Lama escapes to India - BBC
5. BBC Four - Audio Interviews - Dalai Lama

Tuesday, June 24

1. India and China agree over Tibet (BBC)
2. Chaksam-Pa Concert Tour 2003
3. TYC condemn Indian Prime Minister’s recognition of Tibet Autonomous Region as a part of the territory Of China
4. Buddhist Mandala generate more awareness on Tibet

Wednesday, June 25

2. Hillary Clinton Talks About Tibet In Her Memoir

Thursday, June 26

1. Message from His Holiness the Dalai Lama on World Tibet Day
2. 6th anniversary of the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims
3. Striving for a more eco-friendly agricultural policy (Tibet.Net)
4. Tibetan national football team to tour Germany in late August (Tibet.Net)

Thursday, June 27

1. Nepal arrests Tibetan immigrants (BBC)
2. Dharamsala urges Chinese authorities to release three arrested Tibetans (DIIR)
3. Fear of forcible return/fear for safety (AI)
4. Tense political climate in Kardze in aftermath of Dalai Lama prayer ceremonies
5. India hopeful of speedy border settlement (HT)
6. Experts discount govt’s claims on Sino-Indian relations (BS)
7. India, China Attempt to Solve Border Disputes Envoys Appointed to Negotiate Problem (WP)
8. 53 Years of Sino-Indian Relations

Saturday, June 28

1. China and the central issue (The Pioneer)
3. INTERVIEW WITH Prof. SAMDONG RIMPOCHE, 'Kalon Tripa' (Prime Minister), Tibetan Government in-exile

Sunday, June 29

1. Ngawang Sangdrol was ready to die to liberate Tibet (TO)
2. Politics in China as lethal as SARS"

Sunday, June 29 (2)

1. Fear of forcible return/fear for safety (AI)
2. A tale of two visits (TH)

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