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The Office of Tibet,
the official agency of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in London. 


The Panchen Lama, Tibet's Second-Ranking Spiritual Leader, Passes On
His Holiness the Dalai Lama recognisese the Panchen Lama - 14 May 1995
Contact with the Chinese authorities regarding the search for the reincarnation of the Panchen Lama - 14 May 1995
Urgent-Action Appeal For Chatral Rinpoche's Release - 1 June 1995
Baseless claims and allegations of Xinhua News Despatch - 15 June 1995
His Holiness Announces the new Panchen Lama - 15 June 1995
An excerpt from His Holiness the Dalai Lama's address to the Tibetan people in Dharamsala on 14 May 1995
The Panchen Lama on the recognition of reincarnations
The following is an excerpt from the late Panchen Lama's Address at Tashilhunpo Monastery, Shigatse, three to four days before his death on 28 January 1989. The statement was made either on 23 or 24 January 1989. This is from the Tibetan transcription of the taped address
The process by which the reincarnation of the Panchen Lama has been recognized - 15 June 1995
United Backing for the new Panchen Lama in Tibet forces China to set up rival candidate - 21 October 1995
Move is seen to pit China against the religious sentiments of the people of Tibet and the Buddhist world
Tibetan support for the new Panchen Lama forces China to make plans to set up a rival candidate - 4 November 1995
Update: Tibetan support for the new Panchen Lama forces China to make plans to set up a rival candidate - 4 November 1995
China's Highest Tibetan Official Excluded from Rival Panchen Lama Selection Meeting - 10 November 1995
Move is seen to ease Beijing's choice for the post
Communist China set to decide on a rival Panchen Lama - 10 November 1995
Tibetan Government-in-Exile condemns the announcement of three Chinese-inspired candidates for the Panchen Lama
Update: Communist China set to decide on a rival Panchen Lama - 11 November 1995
His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Reaction on China's selection of a rival Panchen Lama - 29 November 1995
His Holiness the Dalai Lama's letter to Mr. Jiang Zemin date October 11, 1995 - 29 November 1995
Customs Pertaining to the recognition of the Dalai Lams And the Panchen Lamas Of Tibet - 29 November 1995
China's Panchen Lama activities - 29 November 1995
Anger, wallposters and anti-Chinese demonstrations greet China's announcement of arrival Panchen Lama in Tibet - 30 November 1995
The Chinese Government has appointed a Second Panchen Lama - 1 December 1995
China Contradicts itself on the whereabouts of True Panchen Lama - 1 December 1995
China's choice of rival Panchen Lama contradicts its own policy - 2 December 1995
200 French MPs adopt Gedhun Choekyi Nyima as youngest Prisoner of Conscience
Reports indicate the Chinese Panchen Lama might have been enthroned today - 6 December 1995
Secrecy surrounding enthronement to prevent angry Tibetan backlash
Rival Panchen Lama enthronement to take place on 8 December - 6 December 1995
Tashi Lhunpo Monastery kept in the dark about the details of the ceremony
Dharamsala condemns pretender Panchen Lama's enthronement today - 8 December 1995
Expresses concern over the safety of Tibetans' real Panchen Lama
Panchen Lama flown to Beijing
Tibet: 6-year old boy missing and over 50 detained in Panchen Lama dispute
Amnesty International is seriously concerned that a six-year old Tibetan boy and his family have been missing from their home for eight months and may be under restriction by the authorities.
Former Tibet officials sentenced for separatist acts
Tibetan government-in-exile condemns sentencing of Chadrel Rinpoche
The Panchen Lama’s warning to China
Unity is imperative
On recognizition of tulkus

Beijing Seems to Lose Battle Over Who Is the Real Lama Dalai Lama

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