Bhutan Coverage

Prolonged Statelessness: A Slow Poison

May 20, 2017 Editor 0

Keeping citizenship and census pending for generations has been deeply ingrained in the system. Civil liberty is not guaranteed by the fledgling democracy of the Kingdom. After one generation of stateless people is bred, it multiplies, and that gives the authority of Home Ministry reason to criminalize these generations of being illegal immigrants who entered through porous border. […]


This is why I am voting

September 29, 2016 Editor 0

These days, Bhutan calls itself a democratic country. The prime minister of Bhutan recently wrote a letter to a U.S. Senator claiming that we never belonged to that land, and that we should not be called ‘Bhutanese’. […]


Teej observed empowering women

September 8, 2016 Editor 0

Teej, one of the popular festivals among the ethnic Nepalese women is celebrated with various cultural functions and Saamuhik Daar (group meal) in different states and cities in the US. Pittsburgh Resettled Bhutanese in Pittsburgh, […]