India goes to polls this week

India, known as the largest democracy in the world, goes to national elections next Thursday, where over 900 million voters will participate in the biggest electoral exercise through electronic voting machines (EVM), an unique experienced for the human race. The seven-phase general elections starting from 11 April to 19 May will send 543 public representatives to 17th Lok Sabha, the powerful lower house of Indian Parliament in New Delhi.

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Invite Dalai Lama to Restore Peace After Long Unrest in J&K

According to an article written by a former Indian Ambassador, the state of Jammu and Kashmir should invite the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama to restore peace there. After the horrific Pulwama terror attack, J&K has been through series of unrest over the past two months, disturbing the peace and stability of the state.

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60 Years of National Humiliation

This year marks sixty years of Chinese occupation of Tibet. For Tibetan people, it means sixty years of national humiliation in the form of oppression, dispossession, displacement, discrimination and separation. It is this denial of the right to determine our national destiny and having to submit to a foreign power whose goal is to destroy our consciousness as a nation.      

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Forbes Call Dalai Lama’s Mind Training Lesson Revolutionary

A short clip of the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama giving a mind training lesson to a group of visitors at his residence in Dharamshala, India went viral and an article published by the Forbes calls it revolutionary. The article explains that the important lesson has a revolutionary perspective.

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Generating Patriotism in Northeast India!

As if the people of northeast India became more conscious about India’s constitution, rule of law and its secular image abroad. So groups of people, including politicians, civil society group representatives, media personnel etc came to hit the streets raising strong voices against the Union government’s proposed citizenship amendment initiatives.

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Leaders Should be Mindful, Selfless and Compassionate Says Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama according to a publication in Harvard Business Review, he explained in a speech earlier that leaders should be more mindful, selfless and compassionate. His Holiness explains that the leaders in every field they work in, have a strong impact on people’s lives and on how the world develops.

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Bhutan Premier’s high expectant India visit

As a reciprocal gesture, Bhutan’s newly elected Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering is visiting India with a three-day official visit schedule from 27 December. During his visit, the Druk Prime Minister is expected to call on Indian President Ram Nath Kovind and vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu besides discussing with his host counterpart Narendra Modi on various bilateral issues.

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Born free yet imprisoned to a catalsymic history

These days I feel like I have become a thorn. Not that I revolted against the CTA nor did I disrespected HHDL in any manner, shape or form. Honestly and with all sincerity, it is far fetched for me to even imagine to revolt against our own, when we have an enemy before us eating every piece of us day by day while we are here clawing and skinning each other off.

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