Leaders from BJP and Congress Attend Tibetan Event

Amidst the controversial reports of Indian Union government directing its officials and functionaries to avoid Dalai Lama and Tibetan events in view of ‘sensitive times’ of its dealing with China, India however seem to have changed its mind as leaders from BJP and Congress attend the Tibetans’ ‘Thank You India’ event in Dharamshala presided over by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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As Tibetans Thank India, India Thanked the Dalai Lama

On the occasion of the beginning of sixtieth year of His Holiness the Dalai Lama stepping foot on the Indian soil this Saturday, the Central Tibetan Administration organised ‘Thank You India’ event at Dharamsala. While the Tibetans thanked India with a grand event, the honoured Indian guests thanked the Dalai Lama instead!

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Indian Minister to Attend Dalai Lama Event Whatsoever!

After much of hype after the leaked circular from the Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha directing the senior functionaries of the Central and state governments to skip making appearances at the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s events as well as Tibetan events at the beginning of this month, it is now reported that some high profile functionaries are scheduled to attend the ‘Thank You India’ event presided over by His Holiness this weekend.

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India And Its Citizens Will Stand By Tibet: BJP Secretary

India and its citizens will stand by Tibet whenever required said the general secretary of Indian ruling party, Bharatya Janta Party (BJP) at Prof. ML Sondhi Memorial Lecture on Thursday in New Delhi. The secretary of the ruling party said that engaging with China is the best available option for Tibet right now.

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Declare Tibet As Core Issue: President Sangay At Sondhi Memorial Lecture

President of Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala, Dr. Lobsang Sangay told India to declare Tibet as a one of the core issues like China during his speech at the M L Sondhi memorial lecture today. While speaking at the memorial lecture, the Tibetan president told that India should take Tibet as a formal agenda in their dialogue.

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