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March 18, 2011
Tibetan government-in-exile prime ministerial candidate Lobsang Sangay (L) speaks with local people during...
Dharamsala, India
Tibetan government-in-exile prime ministerial candidate Sangay speaks with local people during an election...
Tibetan government-in-exile prime ministerial candidate Lobsang Sangay (L) speaks with local people during an election campaign on the outskirts of the northern Indian hill town of Dharamsala March 18, 2011. It may be a low-key campaign for 83,000 votes dotted around the globe, but an election of exiled Tibetans may ring in momentous changes for one of the world's regional hot spots. Three secular candidates are battling to fill a vacuum created by the Dalai Lama's move to relinquish political power after more than five decades as head of the Tibetan government-in-exile based in Dharamsala, a town of temples, hotels and trinket shops. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY PROFILE)
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