American singer Cardi B has posted a controversial tweet, after the controversial video of the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama. In her tweet, the rapper talked about predators and the need to talk to children about boundaries. The shared post has received nearly 7.5 million views and over 10,000 retweets, with a divided reaction. While some have agreed with the singer, others asked her to be cautious.
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama apologized to a boy and his family, after his video went viral. Notably, the Dalai Lama has issued an apology after a video of him kissing a child sparked a controversy. In a tweet, the Buddhist monk said that he regrets the ‘hurt’ induced by his words and addressed the apology to the boy in the viral video, his family and ‘friends all over the world’.
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Tibetian spiritual leader Dalai Lama's loyal dog was sold at $20 dollar. On February 11, the Labrador breed dog named Duka was with Dalai Lama for over a decade and ensured his security, finally retired from his duty and was sold after an auction, said the Himachal Pradesh Police. Now nine-months-old Tommy, purchased for Rs 3 lakhs, trained by the Punjab Police is the new security dog of Dalai Lama.
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Dalai Lama, a popular Tibetan spiritual leader extended support and promised donations for Assam flood victims. On June 21, Dalai Lama expressed solidarity" and wrote to Assam CM Himanta B Sarma. Notably, the Assam flood led to extensive loss of lives, displacing millions of people and devastating properties due to heavy rainfall. The letter further mentioned donating to the victims and helping the State Government and the people of Assam.… read-more
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Spiritual leader Dalai Lama slammed the Chinese leaders, saying they don’t understand the variety of different cultures. The spiritual leader was reported to be making these remarks in an online news conference of Al Jazeera, held in Tokyo. He further criticized Chinese leaders for being narrow-minded, applauded “India” as a center of religious harmony. Furthermore, the leader said he had no plans to meet Chinese president, Xi Jin Ping.
Tibetan Buddhist monk and spiritual leader Dalai Lama on April 27 donated to the PM Cares fund to support India's struggle in the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. He said that the donation through Dalai Lama Trust's will mark as a symbol of solidarity between India and Tibet. Praying for India's COVID-19 crisis to end soon, he highlighted the country's efforts to curb the pandemic.
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Around 1.3 lakh Tibetans living in 26 countries on April 11 casted their vote to elect Sikyong (President) and 45 members for the Dharamshala-based parliament-in-exile. The eligible nominees included Pempa Tsering and Aukatsang Kelsang Dorjee for the post of Sikyong. While the results are slated to be declared on May 14, the elected representative would be responsible to provide democratic governance to exiled Tibetans.
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