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In Jammu & Kashmir, Buddhist NGOs corner most foreign aid

by Masood Hussain, ET, Apr 19, 2014


Kashmir, India
-- Buddhists have displaced Christian groups as the biggest recipients of foreign aid in Jammu and Kashmir. In the past seven years, non-governmental organisations based in and around Buddhistdominated and sparsely populated Leh have cornered more than half of the total funds that NGOs in the state have received, government records show.  More







Saving a Buddhist Temple
by Fardaus Mobarok, The Daily Star (Bangladesh), Apr 20, 2014

Kuakata, Bangladesh -- It was a momentous day for the Rakhaine people in Misripara and nearby villagers in Kuakata. Their beloved temple known as Misripara Seema Buddha Bihar, had been saved. They had feared that the land of the ancient temple might be grabbed by influential people had it not been for the generosity of friends from another land.  More


Ancient Buddhist center in India hungry for Chinese investment
Xinhua, Apr 18, 2014

Patna, India -- Local officials in the eastern Indian state of Bihar are trying to attract foreign investments and revive the area's former glory–known as the original site of the first recorded activities of Siddhartha, or Buddha, that once made it the center of the Maurya Empire of India in the 3rd century BC and visited by pilgrims from China and other countries some 1,500 years ago.  More


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