Second Memorial Soccer in Louisville

August 6, 2017 Editor 0

It is the second year now that Bhutanese Society of Kentucky has been hosting the international memorial soccer tournament in memory of three youths killed in train crash accident in 2015. Today nine teams including […]


Bhutanese Shito-Ryu-Karate in the US Revives

January 11, 2017 Editor 0

Refresher training was organized by Druk American Shito Ryu Karate Do (DASRKD), Columbus chapter on December 31, 2016 through January 1, 2017 headed by the two Bhutanese karate founders Sensei Ran Rai and Sensei Tika […]


Refugee Cup 2016 announced

November 16, 2016 Editor 0

C M Niroula/Manchester NH November 16,2016 Fans Club of Bhutanese refugee camp  announced refugee cup 2016  to kick off on December 10, coinciding with the World Human Rights Day. The president of fans club Yubaraj […]


One day interstate volleyball in VT

October 10, 2016 Editor 0

One day volleyball tournament concluded in Vermont  played October 8, on occasion of great Hindu festival, Dashain. “We want to stand together to showcase our festivals to the  community here in Vermont”, informed Raghu Acharya president […]


Interstate soccer in Harrisburg and Kansas

September 21, 2016 Editor 0

Bhutanese community of Harrisburg PA and senior players of Harrisburg organized two days interstate soccer tournament in Central Daulphin Middle school ground located in Harrisburg city. Twenty three teams from nineteen states played matches, the […]


Columbus wins Michigan cricket tournament

September 8, 2016 Editor 0

A participating team from Columbus, OH became the winner of a three-day cricket tournament recently held by the Bhutanese Community of Michigan in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Along with the trophy the winner also received a […]


Interstate volleyball in Harrisburg

August 23, 2016 Editor 0

By C M Niroula, NH Bhutanese Community of Harrisburg organized a two-day interstate volleyball tournament August 20 and 21 a t 1050 Dowhower Road, Kohl Memorial Park. Eleven teams from adjoining states and cities took […]