Dalai Lama Graces a Visit to the Tibetan College in Bengaluru

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama during his four day visit to the capital of Karnataka on Monday graced a visit to the Tibetan College in Bengaluru. His Holiness visited the The Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education (DLHIE) on Monday morning and addressed the students and other guests gathered at the sprawling campus.

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CM H D Kumaraswamy Attends Tibetans’ ‘Thank You Karnataka’ Event with Dalai Lama

The Chief Minister of Karnataka state, Shri H. D. Kumaraswamy on Friday morning attends as the Chief Guest of the ‘Thank You Karnataka’ event organized by Tibetan people living. The event is a part of CTA’s year long gratitude campaign and the event has become even more special under the graceful presence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Tibetan Diaspora is a Common Target of Internet Spies

The analytical report from Citizen Lab of the malware campaign that targeted the Tibetan community in exile recently suggested that the Tibetan diaspora is a common target of internet spies or Digital Espionage. A malware campaign detected to have erupted in the circle of the Tibetan community in exile had been active during the months of January, February and March this year.

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Tibetan Nuns Face Sexual Abuse in China’s Re-education Centers

Tibetan nuns who have been illegally detained into China’s state run re-education centers face brutal gang rapes and sexual abuses according to the recent reports by Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD). China has been carrying out various programs to force their party education into the Tibetans, especially engaged in religious institutions.

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Buddhist Leaders to Meet in November to Discuss Future Dalai Lama

According to the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s conversation with the students of the Goa Institute of Management (GIM) today explained that as customary tradition, leaders of all different Buddhist traditions of Tibet will meet in November this year to further discuss about the future Dalai Lama.

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India and Tibet are a Family Says RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

The Chief of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS), Shri Mohan Bhagwat during his recent meeting with the political leader of Tibetan people, President Dr. Lobsang Sangay told that India and Tibet are a family. The RSS Chief also assured in the meeting that he will continue to support and lend his voice to raise the issue of Tibet

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Barack Obama Endorses Tibetan-American in Congressional Elections

The former president Barack Obama has openly endorsed the Tibetan American, Aftab Karma Singh Pureval, for the upcoming US Congressional elections in November. His is one of the candidates in the list of 81 candidates endorsed by the former president running for various positions in the November mid-term elections.

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TED Entrepreneur KERAA Opens Branch in Dharamsala

Keraa Fashion, the 2016 winner of Tibetan Entrepreneurship Development(TED) program of Department of Finance, Central Tibetan Administration on Friday opened its first branch at the heart of Tibetan exile, i.e., Gangkyi, Dharamsala. The ribbon cutting ceremony of the enterprise was carried out by Kalon Karma Yeshi at around 10 am that day.

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Tibet’s Unique Geography and its Importance for the Region

Tibet was recently shaken by tremors on 2nd August at about 2 am in the early morning. Fortunately no casualties were reported and no one was hurt. Earlier this month, Scientists had warned that the mantle – the thick layer under the Earth’s surface – had cracked beneath Tibet. The Indian plate is sub-ducting underneath the Eurasian Plate and this has greatly influenced the local Geography. The majestic Himalayas are a result of this geological activity.

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Historic Building Once Home to Dalai Lama’s Parents Demolished

Yabshi Takser, the historic building close to the Potala Palace in Lhasa once home to the parents of Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been demolished according to sources. The building was razed ahead of weeks of discussion of Lhasa protection at the annual meeting of the world’s leading heritage body, UNESCO from June 24.

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