Tibetan Monk Brutally Attacked and Looted at Home in South India

A Tibetan monk who lives in a secluded house in a camp of Tibetan Refugees in Mundgod was on Saturday night brutally attacked by a gang of robbers and looted of huge amount of cash and important belongings. The monk living at his house has sustained injuries from attacks by thieves armed with swords and his screams went unheard of by the secluded neighbourhood.

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Tibetan Refugees’ RC Renewal Delay Could Cost Upto $500 in Penalty

The Tibetan refugees living in India on the provision of the Registration Certificate (RC) from the host country India are now liable to be fined upto 500 US Dollars or thirty six thousands rupees if their RC renewal is delayed. The notice issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs/Foreigners Division, Government of India outlined the financial penalty amounts with respect to the extend of delay in time.

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Tibetans Refugees Escaping to India Count Almost Diminishing

The number of Tibetans refugees escaping to India from the Chinese regime in Tibet is almost diminishing. The fresh reports suggest that there is a 97% drop in the number of Tibetans arriving in India to seek refugee from Chinese regime in Tibet in the past year, 2017.

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82 Year Old Tibetan in US Donates $90K for CTA Old Age Welfare

A Tibetan elderly man based in the United States has donated a lump sum of ninety thousand US dollars for the old aged welfare programs through Central Tibetan Administration based in Dharamshala, India. The elderly Tibetan is donating the amount to fulfill His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s teachings of caring for others.

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Richard Gere’s Explaination of How Precious the Dalai Lama is to the World

The Hollywood actor and an activist, Richard Gere in a previous explanation says that His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s presence is a very precious gift to the world. Gere in an article published on the Buddhist journal, Lions Roar writes that beings like His Holiness the Dalai Lama rarely come to this world and we should embrace the amazing gift!

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Tibetan Woollens Market in Noida is Big Hit Among the Locals

The Tibetan Refugee Market more commonly known as the Tibetan Woollens Market presently set up in Noida for the winter season is a big hit. The local people in the region which consists of a large number of younger groups are rushing there for woollen wears to warm up from the winter cold.

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Absence of Karmapa and Dalai Lama Teachings in Dharamshala Affects Tourism

Dharamshala, a small town in the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh in India is well known worldwide as the residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Recently there has been reduced teachings from His Holiness in the town and the Karmapa too has not been present there. It has significantly hit the tourism according to reports.

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