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Ramesh Gautam

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Why ‘Tithis’ Come Earlier in America?

More than a decade has passed since the first Bhutanese family got resettled. Despite the augmented concerns that the Bhutanese community is losing the...

Interview with Om Dhungel

Om Dhungel, who was awarded with the prestigious NSW Premier's Lifetime Community Service Award for his outstanding work with the Australian Bhutanese community, has...

Top grade after six years in Norway

He spent his childhood in a refugee camp Nepal. But six years ago, Devi Charan Chamlagain came to Norway. This week, he completed studies...

Finally grandmother comes from refugee camp

“I think she is happy to come here. She is obviously eager to get away from the refugee camp, and to meet us again,” says Gautam about his grandmother, who is soon turning 83. He came to Tysvær on February 6, 2009 together with his mother and sister. The family members from Bhutan are UN refugees and Gautam says that he had learned good English and therefore would prefer resettling in the U.S or Australia. But, the UN Refugee Agency sent the family to Norway because he has his single mother, and that Norway has a well maintained social security system. “Now I am glad that we came to Tysvær. This is a small place, and it means that it is easier to know people. People talk with us and it's good to be here,” he says.

Fire under control; no human casualty reported

Fire that started at about 1:10 am in Sector B/4 of Beldangi-II  refugee camp is reported to have come under control at about 2:30...

Bhutanese in Europe observe Dashain

Bhutanese people resettled in different countries of Europe have celebrated Dashain amidst different functions. It is reported that Bhutanese in Alta, Northern Norway, gathered in...

Teej celebration kicks off in Norway

Amidst a special function today, Bhutanese women in Norway celebrated teej festival with gusto. The program was organished in Ølen, a town in Vindafjord Kommune,...

YOB condemns Norway massacre

Expressing deepest condolences to the family of deceased in Norway massacre, the Youth Organization of Bhutan (YOB) has extended its strong solidarity for the...