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The Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama Hails Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov For Winning Nobel Peace Prize

Oct 09, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Dalai Lama said he was happy to learn that this year's prize had been given to the two journalists for their efforts to defend freedom of expression.

Chinese Troops Enter Ladakh's Demchok, Object To Dalai Lama’s Birthday Celebrations

Jul 13, 2021 Tarun Upadhyay

Chinese troops carrying banners came along the LAC at Dalocamgo, Demchok, on July 6 and objected to Dalai Lama's birthday celebrations.


Dalai Lama Turns 86, Says Committed To Reviving Ancient Indian Knowledge

Dalai Lama said he will remain committed to non-violence and compassion until his death.

Want To Meet The Dalai Lama? Check Into The Live Webchat

Feb 17, 2021 Ashwani Sharma

The Dalai Lama has been in self-isolation and strictly following Covid-19 protocols ever since the outbreak of the pandemic


On The Roof Of The World, The Shadow Of The Celestial Snow Lion

The shadow warriors of the Special Frontier Force now deployed in Ladakh gives India a distinct edge on the border.

06 July, 2019

Prayers Mark The Dalai Lama's 84th Birthday In Dharamsala

Outlook Web Bureau

The Dalai Lama, revered by the Tibetans as a 'living god', attended the prayers and blessed the gathering, which also included Lobsang Sangay, Prime Minister of the Tibetan-government-in-exile.


02 March, 2018

'Very Sensitive Time': Centre Asks Officials To Refrain From Attending Dalai Lama Events

Outlook Web Bureau

Foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale had sent a letter dated February 22 to cabinet secretary PK Sinha regarding this, and four days later, Sinha issued the directive to all government functionaries.


11 February, 2017

World Will Be Safer And More Peaceful If More Number Of Countries Are Led By Women: Dalai Lama

Outlook Web Bureau

The Tibetan spiritual leader batted for women leadership at the first National Women’s Parliament in Amaravati


07 June, 2009

The Dragon Sees Red

B. Raman

The Dalai Lama's visit to Denmark, Iceland, Holland and France at the invitation of his supporters and admirers in these countries, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, leaves China frothing at the mouth


10 March, 2009

'A Legitimate And Meaningful Autonomy'

Dalai Lama

'...an arrangement that would enable Tibetans to live within the framework of the People's Republic of China. Fulfilling the aspirations of the Tibetan people will enable China to achieve stability and unity'


24 February, 2009

'The Path Of Non-Violence Is Our Irrevocable Commitment'

Dalai Lama

It is difficult to achieve a meaningful outcome by sacrificing lives, says the Dalai Lama, in his message to the Tibetan People on the occasion of the Earth-Ox Tibetan New Year, even as he expresses admiration 'for the enthusiasm, determination, and


24 November, 2008

Can China Be Trusted?

B. Raman

Are the Tibetan people condemned to extinction, with neither India nor the West prepared to support their cause for autonomy? What after the Dalai Lama? Will his death also mean the death of the Tibetan cause?


12 May, 2008

The Chinese Anger

B. Raman

The Dalai Lama is the most distrusted and disliked figure in China. He is seen as a double-dealer, as a man who says one thing, but does another, who keeps changing his position frequently depending on the prevailing circumstances.


25 October, 2007

On The Dalai Lama

Shi Shan

Xinhua was authorized on Tuesday to release a signed article by Shi Shan on the relationship between the 14th Dalai Lama, Aum Shinrikyo cult and Falun Gong. The full text of the article.


Photo Gallery

Fans of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan stand displaying posters calling for the release of Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan outside Bombay High court in Mumbai.

AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade

Senior lawyer Mukul Rohatgi, center, who represents Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan arrives at the Bombay High court in Mumbai. Aryan Khan and seven others were arrested on Oct. 2 when agents raided a...

AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade

People attend to a civilian who was injured in a grenade blast, at a hospital in Srinagar.

AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan

Women cry as their wounded relative is brought for treatment to a hospital in Srinagar.

AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan

A paramedic examines a civilian who was wounded in a blast, at a hospital in Srinagar. Five civilians were injured in the blast which police have blamed on rebels fighting against Indian rule.

AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan
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