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Sangay

 

(V olcán Sangay), an active volcano in Ecuador, on the eastern slope of the Cordillera Oriental of the Andes, at 2° S lat. Elevation, 5,230 m. The volcano has been active since 1728, ejecting steam and ash, which covers the surrounding area. It has a permanent snow cover.

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"It's been 60 years since China's illegal invasion and occupation of Tibet, 60 years of destruction of Tibetan civilisation, Tibetan culture and Tibetan identity," Sangay said, thanking India for its support.
Sangay will head the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) for five years.
Sangay said the campaign would not only help understand exactly what the Tibetan people were calling for genuine autonomy, but also make it clear how long the Tibetan administration had stuck firm to this policy about its impact to date and its intentions for the future.
But China last week dismissed any possibility of discussions on Tibet, calling Sangay an "out-and-out separatist".
It is argued that despite the differences between Khenchen Sangay Tenzin and Gupha Rinpoche, the biographical process does not end at death for either (76).
A cousin of Sangay Gyatso said his family was asked these questions before the government cast the father of two as an incorrigible thief and womanizer who was goaded into setting himself on fire in an elaborate and cruel scheme to fan up ethnic hatred.
S/B1 (Hindi): Lobsang Sangay, Tibetan Prime Minister in exile
Lobsang Sangay, the de facto Prime Minister of the Tibetan people, in his Uprising Day statement today said Tibet has Obecome one of the most militarized areas in the regionO and is currently under Oan undeclared martial law.O OToday, there is no space for any conventional protests such as hunger strikes, demonstrations, and even peaceful gatherings in Tibet,O Dr.
Sangay Buthar, head of the Norling creche and kindergarten at the Norbulingka Institute, said: "We are very proud that we were able to provide a child with the necessary first aid and save their life."
S'exprimant depuis la ville indienne de Dharamsala (nord) oE est base le gouvernement tibetain en exil, Lobsang Sangay a declare qu'une journee de prieres avait ete organisee "par solidarite avec ces Tibetains qui ont sacrifie leur vie pour la cause du Tibet, en particulier ceux qui se sont immoles, leur famille et ceux qui souffrent de la repression au Tibet".
Lobsang Sangay, who was elected head of Tibet's government-in-exile last month, will take the place of the Dalai Lama as "head of state," said Lobsang Choedak.
In the early 1960s, when Sangay Wangchuk '93MF was a small boy, few Bhutanese could afford enough cloth for 108 flags.