China’s super-rich communist Buddhists
John Sudworth, BBC | January 29, 2015 Could China be bringing Tibetan Buddhism in from the cold? There are new signs that while a crackdown on Tibetan nationalism continues, the atheist state may be softening its position towards the religion - and even the Dalai Lama. more...
China punishes officials in Tibet for joining independence groups, supporting Dalai Lama
By Louise Watt, Associated Press | January 28, 2015 BEIJING — Investigators have found that 15 Communist Party officials in Tibet joined underground Tibetan independence organizations, provided intelligence to the Dalai Lama and his supporters or participated in activities deemed harmful to China's security, a party agency said Wednesday. more...
Republic Day parade: Obama watches India’s military might, cultural heritage
[TNN] NEW DELHI, Jan 26: Multi-hued images of India's rich cultural diversity and military might as well as achievements in diverse fields unfolded on Monday at the 66th Republic Day parade which had a US President — Barack Obama — as the chief guest for the first time. more...
Tibetans-in-exile launch Clean Indian Campaign to win Obama’s attention to their issue
Gopal Puri, TNN | January 26, 2015 DHARAMSHALA: Tibetans-in-exile, who are known for their innovative campaigns to rake up their issue against China worldwide, are now targeting US President Barack Obama's three-day visit to India for their cause. more...
His Holiness the Dalai Lama Speaks to the Medical Staff at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi
[dalailama.com] New Delhi, India, 20 January 2015 – In response to an invitation from the Director Dr Prof HK Kar and members of the faculty, His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital today. Formerly known as the Willingdon Hospital, it was originally founded in the early 20th century during the British Raj to treat government staff. more...
China protests over Japan’s comments on border dispute with India
BEIJING, Jan 19: China on Monday lodged a protest with Tokyo after Japanese media quoted Japan's foreign minister as saying that a disputed border region between China and India belonged to India, in the latest source of friction between the two Asian rivals. more...
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