Perfect Example of the Dalai Lama’s Relevance Even on Twitter

His Holiness the Dalai Lama is a very popular spiritual figure today for promoting messages of love, peace and warmheartedness in the generation of economic rush around the world. His Holiness’s words are inspiration to millions in their everyday life and his relevance continues to reach these people through various means of internet and inspire them.

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Tibetans Condole Death of Ladakh’s Dr. Sonam Dawa Lonpo, a True Friend of Tibet

Condolences poured in after the passing away for Dr Sonam Dawa Lonpo, Chief Executive Councillor of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council. The Tibetan government in exile, along with the Tibetan and Ladakhi communities, mourned the death of the leader who passed away due to sudden cardiac arrest at his home on January 30, 2018.

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Earthquake of 6.1 Magnitude Shakes North India; Tremors felt in Delhi 

On Wednesday, a 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck the Afghanistan-Tajikistan border region, sparking tremors which shook several parts of north India. The tremors were felt as far as the national capital, New Delhi. As soon as the tremors were felt in the Delhi-NCR region, people rushed out of their home and tried to run outdoors for a safe shelter.

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Except Increased Tiredness, I am in Excellent Health: Dalai Lama in Dharamshala

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama returned to his temporary abode in India, Dharamshala on Wednesday morning after almost two month long visit to different parts of India. His Holiness told at the Gaggal airport in Dharamshala that except the increasing tiredness at his advanced age, assuring that he is in excellent health.

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Former Tibetan Prisoner Whereabouts Unknown After Protest in Lhasa

A former Tibetan political prisoner has disappeared into custody after carrying a protest in Lhasa on Sunday according to the report in the Radio Free Asia. Tibetan reliable news sources confirmed that the former Tibetan political prisoner staged a peaceful protest against Chinese occupation of Tibet in Lhasa and since then his whereabouts are unknown.

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Tibetans Should Act so Dalai Lama is Happy, Comfortable and Not Disturbed: Karmapa

His Holiness 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Ogen Trinley Dorje told at an event in New York that the Tibetans should act so that His Holiness the Dalai Lama who is now older is happy, comfortable, and not disturbed by what is happening in their society. The young Tibetan spiritual leader gave a longevity empowerment to around 12,000 devotees in the American city.

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Daily Mail’s Article on Dalai Lama is One Short Attempt at Sensationalism 

The Daily Mail, in its report, sternly states that it has confirmed reports on the Tibetan leader making a “secret deal” with a billionaire. However, in a bid to highlight the Dalai Lama’s direct involvement with the organisation, the Daily Mail makes the erroneous assumption that the Dalai Lama is wary about the kind of people he is addressing, especially one that secretly operates as a cult.

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Largest Tibetan Antiques Exhibition to be Held in Beijing 

The Chinese government will be putting on exhibition a collection of 185 cultural relics from Tibet at the Capital Museum in Beijing at February’s end. These cultural relics have all been retrieved from temples and monasteries which were seized or razed to the ground seemingly during the Chinese invasion of Tibet.

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Che Dalha Re-Elected to Chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region

Ethnic Tibetan politician Che Dalha has been re-elected to the Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Region in China’s occupied Tibet according to the Chinese state mouth piece, Xinhua network on Tuesday. In addition to this, Lobsang Gyaltsen was also re-elected as the director of the Standing Committee of Regional People’s Congress.

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China Encroaches on Religious Freedom at Tibetan Monastery

China encroaches on religious freedom at the Tibetan monastery by enforcing new government controls over Larung Gar according to the report in the Human Rights Watch. The new interference into the religious affairs at the iconic Tibetan monastery by the government rightly proves the party claims of constitutionally protecting religious beliefs.

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