Dharamsala: His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje, today, appealed to his fellow Tibetans not to harm wildlife, at an awareness event organised today in Dharamshala, India by Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and Care for the Wild International (CWI).

Dharamshala: Hundreds of Tibetans including monks and nuns living in exile in India celebrated the 25th birthday of His Holiness 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee with long-life prayers in Dharamshala Yesterday. Monks of Rumtek Monastery in Sikkim also celebrated his 25th Birth-day anniversary.

Dharamshala: Upwards of 3000 students laughed as His Holiness focused his attention on the three individuals in front of him debating in the Buddhist philosophy.  The audience was comprised of Tibetan youth from various schools and colleges across India, they crowded into the auditorium to listen to His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 3rd Introductory discourse on Buddhism.

Dharamshala: The welfare society of Central Dhokham Chushi Gang Druk, was founded 50 years ago. The anniversary celebration was concluded on June 16 in Delhi at the Tibetan Sanye Ling settlement; ceremonies began with a moment of silence and guests singing the national anthem. The chief guests included former Justice commission of Tibet exile government Shadur Sonam Sangpo, former speaker of Tibetan Parliament in exile Mr. Karma Choephel and a representative of Tibetan parliament, Geshe Tse Ringpo.

Dharamsala: Six members representing four parties of Nepali Parliament paid a visit to Dharamsala, India where the Tibetan government in exile is based for the last 50 years. During the yesterday's press-conference the delegation expressed its intention to soon held a discussion on the rights of Tibetan refugees in the constitution of Nepal.

Dharamshala: Under the organization of Yungdrung Bon religion committee the 10th round of debates on ancient Tibetan religion (Yungdrong Bon) was held in Menri monastery from 14th to the 21st of this month. The debate was organized during school holiday to enable 130 students from colleges across India to attended. The intention of the forum was to encourage better understanding of the Tibetan Bon religion among the younger Tibetan generations.

Dharamshala: Hundreds of people crowed in main performance hall at Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, not to enjoy a song or dance show, but to attend a political discussion today. Tibetan Women's Association, GuChuSumm, Students for a free Tibet, and Phayul news agency, conducted a panel to discuss how the Tibetan community in exile will choose the next Prime Minister.

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