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Tai Situ Rinpoche lead a Puja in New Dehli

Situ Dharmakara Foundation, Jan 24, 2005

New Delhi, India -- The 12th Tai Situ Rinpoche and monks of Sherabling organized a special Puja in the fourth week at India International Center, Annexe C, New Delhi on January 23, 2005. The two hour long praying ceremony that began at 6pm was dedicated to the people and beings effected by the Tsunami.

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ADB-supported programme for reviving Buddhist tourism

Press Trust of India, Jan 16, 2005

New Delhi, India -- Union Tourism Secretary Uma Pillai today launched an Asian Development Bank supported programme for reviving Buddhist cultural tourism in south Asia, including India.

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Tsunami hits Bihar's Buddhist tourism

Indo-Asian News Service, Jan 10, 2005

Patna, India -- The December 26 tsunami has badly hit tourism in Bihar with visitors from countries like Sri Lanka and Thailand, which were struck by the killer waves, staying away from the state's Buddhist sites.

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SRI LANKA: Victims find solace in prayers

by Koh Lay Chin, The New Straits Times, Jan 8, 2005

MORATUWA, Sri Lanka -- In this grief-stricken country, many are turning to people like Harankave Sunande for comfort, hope and to make some sense of the disaster which hit them on Dec 26.

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Now islanders dare to dream of peace

By Catherine Philp in Mullaittivu, The Times, January 03, 2005

Colombo, Sri Lanka -- When the wave struck Mullaittivu a week ago, the first to come  running to rescue survivors were villagers living inland. Next came  the teenage soldiers from the Tamil Tigers, deployed to help the  homeless.

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Lord Buddha?s Teaching Peace Is The Essence

By Laxmi Bahadur Vaidya, The Rising Nepal, Jan 3, 2004

Kathmandu, Nepal -- The Second World Buddhist Summit held in Lumbini from November 30th to December 2nd ended up with the Lumbini Declaration. The main objectives of the summit were to develop the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini, into an attractive World peace city and promoting the area as an international center for Buddhist studies with the construction of an international airport near Lumbini.

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Tsunami Waves Kill Over 14,000 in Asia

By DILIP GANGULY, Associated Press Writer, Dec 27, 2004

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) -- Thousands of soldiers scoured Asia's coastlines Monday for survivors of devastating tidal waves that obliterated seaside towns in nine countries, killing more than 14,000 people. Global aid poured into the region, and parents in India mourned as their children were buried in mass graves.

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Lankan monks regret bomb attack at concert

PTI, Dec 22, 2004

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka -- Expressing regret over the recent bomb attack at Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan's concert here which killed two people and injured 19, Sri Lanka's Buddhist monks on Wednesday blamed extremists for the blast and urged the actor and his troupe not to harbour any "ill feeling" towards the people of the island nation.

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Radiologist launches book on Buddha Dhamma

By M. P. Muttiah, Lanka daily News, Dec 19, 2004

Colombo, Sri Lanka -- Governor of Southern Province, Kingsley Wickramaratne says that everything changes in the fast moving world, except the teachings of Lord Buddha, which are more than two thousand five hundred years old. Therefore, it has become necessary for everyone to learn and practice the Buddha Dhamma.

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Filmmaking at Bodhgaya gets costlier

by Anand Mohan Sahay, Rediff.com, December 18, 2004

Patna India -- Here's some bad news for those planning to shoot a film at the Mahabodhi temple, the holiest Buddhist shrine. Making a film at the temple in Bodhgaya, Buddhism's birthplace, has just got costlier.

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