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Category: Dalai Lama
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Tibetan family deemed “separatist sympathizers”, denied govt. subsidy over Dalai Lama photo in Lithang 16.8.2018
A Tibetan family has reportedly been blacklisted by Chinese authorities as “separatist sympathizers,” preventing them from availing government benefits after authorities found them in
Dalai Lama inaugurates hostel, urges students to work hard 14.8.2018
Attending to his last schedule in the South Indian city of Bengaluru, Tibetan exiled leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Monday visited the ‘Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education’ on the out
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Tibetans received “most favorable” support from Karnataka state: Dalai Lama at ‘thank you Karnataka’ event 10.8.2018
Almost six decades after Tibetans refuges were first received to the state of Karnataka, the exile Tibetan government known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration on Friday held a
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Dalai Lama apologises for calling Jawaharlal Nehru 'self-centered' 10.8.2018 DNA: India
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today apologised for his statement that India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was "self-centred." On Wednesday, he had said Nehru had a "self-centred attitude" to become India's first prime minister even though Mahatma Gandhi was in favour of Muhammad Ali Jinnah taking the top post at that time. He had also claimed India's partition would not have happened if Mahatma Gandhi's wish of Jinnah becoming the prime minister had materialised. "My statement has created a controversy. I apologise if I have said something wrong," said the Dalai Lama, when he was asked by reporters to comment on what he meant by calling Nehru self-centred. "I felt pity when I heard that Mahatma Gandhi was opposed to partition... There are more Muslims in India than in Pakistan, but past is past," the Dalai Lama said. Addressing an event at the Goa Institute of Management in Sankhalim town on Wednesday, he said, "I think it was a little bit self-centred attitude of Pandit Nehru that he ...
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Dalai Lama sorry for `Mahatma Gandhi wanted MA Jinnah as PM` remark 10.8.2018 Zee News : India National
The Dalai Lama had recently said that Mahatma Gandhi wanted MA Jinnah and not Nehru to become the PM of India.
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Tackle destructive emotions to achieve peace: Dalai Lama at Goa 9.8.2018
Exiled Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Wednesday said that key to achieving peace in the world begins at individual level by tackling destructive emotions. The Tibetan leader was
Modi won't play the Tibet card with Xi 9.8.2018 Rediff: Columns
'Isn't it in India's long-term interests that Tibet-related issues do not remain a point of discord in Sino-Indian relations?' asks Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
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Watch: Dalai Lama says Mahatma Gandhi wanted Jinnah as India's fi... 8.8.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Watch: Dalai Lama says Mahatma Gandhi wanted Jinnah as India's fi...
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India, Pakistan would have remained united if Muhammad Ali Jinnah was made PM: Dalai Lama 8.8.2018 Zee News : India National
Addressing an event at the Goa Institute of Management, the 14th Dalai Lama said that Gandhi was 'very much willing' to give the leadership to Jinnah but Nehru's self-centred attitude resulted in the mistake. 
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Gandhi wanted Jinnah as PM, but Nehru refused, says Dalai Lama 8.8.2018 Rediff: News
Jawaharlal Nehru had a "self-centred attitude" to become India's first PM, claims Dalai Lama.
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Tibetan businessman held incommunicado for months 7.8.2018
A Tibetan businessman known for his work at grassroots Tibetan community and for unity among Tibetans is still being held incommunicado by Chinese police after five months since his
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Largest Pro-Independence group’s meet underway, Dalai Lama’s security and well being among key agenda 7.8.2018
The largest Tibetan pro-independence group, Tibetan Youth Congress, yesterday began its working committee meet at Dekyiling Tibetan Settlement in Dehradun. The 4-day meet is participated by 150 delegates representing 35 regional chapters in the Indian sub-con
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May curtail engagements to take more rest next year, says Dalai Lama 6.8.2018
After a hectic schedule in the upper reaches of northern India which saw the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama visit the remote regions of Zanskar, Nubra, Kargil and Ladakh in the span
Dalai Lama speaks at Eliezer Joldan Memorial College in Leh: Video 3.8.2018
His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited the Eliezer Joldan Memorial (EJM) College, a government degree college in Leh. More than 1500 students and staff of the college listened to the Tibetan lea
The world knows that we are not seeking Independence: Dalai Lama 1.8.2018
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama who is in the last leg of his Ladakh tour today reiterated his political stand of not seeking independence for Tibet. The Tibetan leader was addressing a gathering of local Tibetans from the Sonamling Tibetan settlement at the TCV sch
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Will return to India by the year end: Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee 1.8.2018
Considered by many as the second leading Tibetan Buddhist leader after the Dalai Lama, the Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee made public his intention to return to India after media reports citing Indian intelligence sources speculated that the young
Premier Li makes unannounced visit to Tibet, claims it as 'inalienable part' of China 29.7.2018 Zee News : World
Li Keqiang said China is committed to supporting education of skilled workers and train more talented workers in the disputed region the country claims as its own.
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Tibet inseparable part of China's 'sacred' territory, says Premier Li Keqiang during rare visit 29.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Tibet is an inseparable part of China's "sacred" territory, and religious figures should promote national unity and ethnic harmony, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said during a rare visit to a region that is a focus for international rights concerns. Chinese troops marched into Tibet in 1950 in what China officially terms a peaceful liberation, and has ruled it with an iron fist even since. It is one of Beijing's most sensitive territorial issues, and has been hit by repeated anti-Chinese protests, although the region has fairly been quiet since the last large-scale demonstrations in 2008. China routinely denies charges from rights groups and exiles of repression and says its rule ended serfdom and brought prosperity to what was a backward region, and that it fully respects the rights of the Tibetan people. Li, who visited Tibet from July 25 to July 27, went to two major sites connected to Tibetan Buddhism, state news agency Xinhua said late on Saturday. At the Jokhang Temple, which was damaged by a fire in ...
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US State Dept. conducts maiden ‘Ministerial to advance Religious Freedom’, Tibetan representatives take part 25.7.2018
The United States Department of State’s ‘Ministerial to advance religious freedom’ is currently underway in Washington DC. The maiden convention of its nature, many say is the Trump ad
Dalai Lama lauds Buddhists and Muslims pledging religious harmony in Zanskar 24.7.2018
The bond in the Buddhist majority Zanskar region between Muslims and Buddhists may be on the road to recovery with representatives from the two faiths pledging interfaith harmony in the
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