CM Pema Khandu Credits Dalai Lama for Shaping him as a Person

The chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Pema Khandu has credited the Buddhist spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama for shaping him as a person. According to an interview of the chief minister on the occasion of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s birthday, he has reiterated of the faith people from his native has in His Holiness.

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Prominent Tibetan Complex Burnt Amid PRC Row in Arunachal

A prominent Tibetan complex in Itanagar suffered a huge damage from the ongoing Permanent Residence Certificate row in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. While an indefinite curfew is imposed in the state, mob violence and police firing have been very intense in the capital city of the state.

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Dalai Lama’s Sacred Gift Installed in Tawang Village

A sacred gift from the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been installed in a Tawang village according to the report in The Telegraph on Monday. The sacred gift from the spiritual leader was installed in a grand event which was also attend by the Chief Minister of the state Shri Pema Khandu on Saturday.

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Arunachal NGO Claim Tibetans Holding Key State Govt. Positions And Is A National Security Threat

An Arunachal NGO has alleged that there are Tibetans holding key administrative positions in the state government and they believe is a national security threat. Arunachal NGO has appealed to nations securities agencies to find out if Tibetans are holding key administrative positions in their state government.

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Tibetan Institute Of Performing Arts (TIPA) To Promote Culture In Monyul

Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) to promote culture among the among the Monpa according to a statement from the Arunchal Pradesh CM. The CM announced at a felicitation ceremony that the government plans to facilitate TIPA to train Buddhist arts and culture to the Monpa youth to generate interest in their age old culture.

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Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Adopted By Arunachal Assembly

Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy adopted by Arunachal Pradesh state assembly today after the Parliamentary affairs minister, Bamang Felix moved it in the assembly. The Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 was strongly protested by several student groups in the state and the assembly today adopted to implement the policy in the state.

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CM Khandu Assures Tibetan Policy Not Hampers State Interests

CM Khandu assures Tibetan Policy (Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014) not hampers state interest to the delegates of Students Union Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) on Thursday in Itanagar. The delegates of SUMAA called on the Chief Minister to express their concerns over the implementation of Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy in Arunachal Pradesh.

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People Need Not Worry About Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy: NPP Arunachal Pradesh

People need not worry about Tibetan rehabilitation policy in Arunachal Pradesh which was approved to be implemented in the state last recently by the cabinet of CM Shri. Pema Khandu, said the National People’s Party following the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (APPSU) president’s statement denouncing the government’s decision in extending the rehabilitation policy for the Tibetan refugees in the state.

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NGO Questions Arunachal Government’s Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Adoption

NGO questions Arunachal government’s Tibetan rehabilitation policy adoption according to a report following the state government’s decision to extend the central government’s Tibetan rehabilitation policy formulated in 2014 to the state. The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) president issued a statement asking the state government to revoke the decision.

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