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Indian tourist detained in Bhutan for desecrating Buddhist 'chorten'

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Indians have done their best to respond to China's aggressive actions: Mike Pompeo [Video]

Indians have done their best to respond to China's aggressive actions: Mike Pompeo

Speaking on India-China border tensions, US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo said, "I have spoken with Foreign Minister S Jaishankar a number of times about this. Chinese took incredibly aggressive actions and Indians have done their best to respond to that. There aren't many neighbours that can satisfactorily say that they know where their sovereignty ends and the Chinese Communist Party will respect that. That is certainly true now for people of Bhutan. The world must come together to respond to this. This increasing revisionist effort that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is engaged in is something that President Trump has taken incredibly seriously." He further said, "World has seen true colours of Chinese Communist Party and I am convinced more than ever that free people of the world will come to understand the threat. The impact General Secy Xi Jinping has on the world is not good for free and democracy loving people."

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From Pagodas in Myanmar to Shiva temple in Lao, how India is helping countries restore cultural heritage

Playing an important role in the restoration of cultural heritage in several countries across the region from Sri Lanka to Myanmar to Vietnam to Bhutan, India is..
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India, Bhutan sign agreement on 600 MW Kholongchhu Hyrdroelectric Project pact

The Project will be the first Joint Venture company to be implemented under an Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) signed in 2014.
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Tibetans-in-exile distribute masks, sanitizers to celebrate Dalai Lama's 85th birthday [Video]

Tibetans-in-exile distribute masks, sanitizers to celebrate Dalai Lama's 85th birthday

Tibetans-in-exile in north Indian celebrated the 85th birthday of their spiritual leader Dalai Lama on July 06. Local Tibetan NGOs, monks and others from Tibetan community gathered on the main mall road of Shimla city to distribute masks and sanitizers among the locals in streets. One of the Buddhist monks said, "Due to COVID-19, we could not have a huge celebration on Dalai Lama's 85th birthday. Tibetans feel proud to celebrate his birthday by distributing sanitizers and masks among the people here." The Dalai Lama assumed full political powers in 1950 after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1949. In March 1959 after the suppression of Tibetan National Uprising Dalai Lama was forced to escape into exile in India with over eighty thousand refugees. For the last over six decades Dalai Lama has been working for the promotion of peace, love and compassion.

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How Is The Dalia Lama Celebrating His Birthday? [Video]

How Is The Dalia Lama Celebrating His Birthday?

The Dalia Lama is celebrating his 85th birthday by releasing his first ever album. The Tibetan spiritual leader's new album is "Inner World." It's an album of mantras and Buddhist teachings. He hopes the album will provide some tranquility amid the chaos of the coronavirus pandemic. "Music has the potential to transcend our differences. It can return us to our true nature of warm-heartedness." "The very purpose of my life is to serve as much as I can. Music can help people in a way that I can't.

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Preserving Buddhist treasures in Afghanistan [Video]

Preserving Buddhist treasures in Afghanistan

Historians at the University of Chicago and teachers in Afghanistan are working to save artefacts looted or destroyed during four decades of war or under strict Taliban rule.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:38Published

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