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Dalai Lama admitted to hospital in New Delhi with chest infection

Dalai Lama admitted to hospital in New Delhi with chest infection

"His condition is stable now".

Dalai Lama was hospitalized in the Indian capital due to a lung infection, but now he feels better, said his spokesman, quoted by Associated Press.

Tenzin Taklha, his personal secretary, told Reuters news agency: "Today morning his holiness felt some discomfort and he was flown to Delhi for check-up". He is expected to undergo two or three days of treatment.

Another aide told AFP the 83-year-old Buddhist monk flew to the Indian capital early Tuesday for a doctor's visit at Max hospital after he experienced a "light cough".

Tibet's exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama delivers teachings during the first day of New Year or "Losar" in the northern hill town of Dharamsala, India February 22, 2012.

Numerous up to 100,000 Tibetans living in India are anxious that their fight for a genuinely autonomous homeland could end with the Dalai Lama.

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The Dalai Lama has been keeping China on tenterhooks about his successor.

China, which took control of Tibet in 1950, brands the Nobel peace laureate a risky separatist.

The Dalai Lama officially cut back on his world traveling due to old age and exhaustion a year ago.

Since he fled Tibet in 1959 to escape from the Chinese occupation, the Tibetan spiritual leader has been keeping China on tenterhooks about his successor. Who will succeed the Dalai Lama when he dies remains both unclear and contentious.

At the event, he had also spoken about ageing and reincarnation, and reiterated that he was the "son of the Nalanda tradition" referring to the rich Buddhist heritage of the Nalanda University in Bihar.