Dalai Lama to Unveil Happiness Curriculum for Around 8,00,000 Students

The Buddhist spiritual leader and a Nobel Peace Laureate, His Holiness the Dalai Lama is now set to unveil a ‘Happiness Curriculum’ designed to be taught for around 8,00,000 students in Delhi Government schools. The Deputy Chief Minister for Delhi announced the news at a press conference on Wednesday.

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Dalai Lama Clears Out Rumours and Reassures His Good Health

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama upon arrival at the Gaggal airport in Dharamsala, his temporal hometown in exile, on Wednesday replied to the reporters that despite a little tiredness, his health is normal. This message puts an end to all the rumours spread in the media about the spiritual leader suffering from a failing health.

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The Mayo Clinic Film will Feature Dalai Lama’s Interview

A film on the one and a half century old Mayo Clinic in Rochester, United States will feature interviews with their high profile personalities who has been receiving treatment from the hospital. The Mayo Clinic documentary will feature interviews with the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama and John McCain.

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Tibetans Begin Prayer Service for Dalai Lama’s Good Health & Long Life

The Department of Religion and Culture, Central Tibetan Administration on Tuesday organized a five day mega prayer service for the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s good health and long life at the Main Temple in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala. The prayer service is an annual program presided over by the dignitaries from the Tibetan administrative institute.

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Dalai Lama Replies About His Favorite Team at World Cup

While the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama was giving teachings to his followers recently in Riga, one of the followers during an interaction asked whether His Holiness had a favorite team he wished to win at the ongoing Fifa World Cup in Russia, the reply came in a very simple manner and you can read the complete reply below.

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Sixth Accused in Bodhgaya Blast At Dalai Lama Camp Arrested

The Special Task Force (STF), Kolkata Police has arrested the sixth accused in the low intensity blast in Bodhgaya at His Holiness the Dalai Lama’ camp at the beginning of this year from Hooghly’s Bandel railway station. The accused arrested by the police is being charged with involvement in the procurement of explosives used in the blast in January this year.

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HP Govt Now Provides 5 MBBS Seats Reserved for Tibetan Students

According to the announcement made by the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration on Monday, the government of Himachal Pradesh state now provides a total of five MBBS seats reserved for Tibetan students. Tibetan students now have a total of 6 MBBS seats reserved, including the one allocated by the Central Tibetan Schools Administration (CTSA), New Delhi.

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This Tibetan Model Takes Fashion World by Storm!

The pictures of a model who is being described as a Tibetan origin girl has become viral and she has taken the fashion world by a storm! As can be seen easily, her unique features of physical appearance has made her discussion even more interesting as people have started to associate and appreciate it according to her Instagram account.

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A Tibetan Charged of Spying for China Jailed in Sweden

A Tibetan origin man who has been arrested on charge of spying for China in Sweden and nearby European states has been convicted by a Swedish court on Friday. Case against the Tibetan man shocked the Tibetan exile community and the convict has now been handed 22 month prison term by the court.

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Dalai Lama is in Perfect Health, No Need to be Worried Says His Secretary

Several leading news agencies published the report that the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama is terminally ill leading to most of his schedules getting cancelled. However, the secretary to His Holiness cleared according to the report in the Voice of Tibet that the reports are baseless and the public need not be worried from that.

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