Parivartan Sharma / Reuters
Tibetan exiles weep during a candlelight vigil in support for Karmapa Lama in New Delhi Jan. 30. Indian police raided the monastery of a "living Buddha" touted as a possible successor to the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama in a probe over possible illegal funds, officials said on Friday. The action, nearly a day of searches ending on Friday, was the latest crackdown on corruption in high places. Police said they came across a "big quantity of cash" in the raid on the monastery of the Karmapa Lama, who a decade ago fled Tibet for Dharamsala.