Dalai Lama Foundation Announces Scholarships for Tibetans

The Dalai Lama Foundation (DLF) announced the 2018 Tibetan Graduate (M.A. and Ph.D.) Scholarships for full-time Tibetan graduate students studying in Europe/Australia/North America. This program is a scholarship grant of up to US$10,000 that will be awarded to around 18 exceptional candidates.

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Army Warns Chinese Hackers Using WhatsApps to Spy on Indians

The Indian army in a campaign on their social media platforms, published a videos revealing the threat of Chinese using all kinds platforms to break into the digital world. The video posted by the army alleges that WhatsApp, the popular micro messaging from United States is the new way for the Chinese hackers to spy on Indians.

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No Policy to Deny Tibetans Entry But Can’t Assure Dalai Lama SA Visa

The deputy President of South Africa when faced the question on whether the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama will be granted a visa to the country, he replied that though there isn’t any policy to deny entry to Tibetan origins, he did not assure that the spiritual leader will be granted a visa to South Africa at the moment.

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Tibetan Parliament Votes in Approval of New Female Kalon

In the second part of the day seventh of the ongoing budget session of the Tibetan parliament in exile, the members of the parliament voted in favour of the female kalon nomination presented by the Cabinet. The election of the new kalon (Minister) entered a secret voting in the parliament leading to nomination securing a comfortable majority votes in approval.

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Dr. Yeshi Dhonden Receives Padma Shri from President of India

Veteran Tibetan doctor Yeshi Dhonden received the Padma Shri awards from the President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind during awards ceremony held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday evening. The Tibetan doctor was among the 85 heroes of India to receive the country’s highest civilian honours, the Padma Awards.

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