Dalai Lama Says He Admires Narendra Modi’s Works

Dalai Lama says he admires Narendra Modi while speaking to the press at Tawang, where His Holiness first got his freedom. The Dalai Lama has arrived in Tawang yesterday despite China’s repeated and desperate attempts to force the Indian government to stop him from visiting the place.
“It is more or less the same as that of the Congress from the days of Narasimha Rao… but I admire Modi, he is active and seeks development.” said the Tibetan spiritual leader according to the reports.

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India’s Tibet Policy Reevaluation Needed to Counter Chinese Aggression

Events of previous months insinuate that currently India is reintroducing Tibet in its China policy. This seems to be an outcome of persistent denial of India’s core concerns by China. There are signs that the Modi government is perhaps reevaluating its Tibet policy.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama met the president of India in December. It was first meeting of its kind in a very long time. Though the event was not political but the Chinese got furious.

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Give Tibetans Indian Passport: Court Orders Not To Question Nationality

The Delhi high court on Thursday ordered the Ministry of External Affairs to treat all the Tibetans who meets the criteria of being Indian citizens by birth as Indians. The court also directed the ministry to issue Tibetans Indian Passport when they come under the criteria of considering a citizen of India by birth as per the Citizenship Act and it informed that there is no question of nationality.

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Senior RSS Leader Disagrees Those Leaders Who Considered Tibet As Part Of China

Senior RSS leader and Member of its National Executive, Shri Indresh Kumar told at a recent conference organised Ladakh Phanday Chhokarpa that he did not agree with those leaders of the country who earlier considered that Tibet was part of China and said that this view was totally wrong. He also stressed at the conference that the government of India should concede this view for the interest of Tibetans as well as Indian welfare at large.

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