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Local TV honors BNS journo

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A community television based in Manchester of New Hempshire, Concord TV, has honored BNS journalist, Tilak Niroula, on May 16 amidst a special event.

Journalist Niroula (third from right) with a Concord TV staff and community leaders
Journalist Niroula (third from right) with a Concord TV staff and community leaders

Niroula received ‘Premiere Production Award 2013-2014’ for taking an initiative to broadcast Hamro Aawaz (our voice) from the television.

“I am proud to be honored by the television. They have recognized my community works,” Niroula told BNS.

He also said he is indebted towards the Bhutanese community living in New Hampshire for their love and affection towards the Hamro Awaz, broadcast on weekly basis and promoted by the Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire.

Niroula has been volunteering in BNS since 2006. He also played crucial roles in bridging the Bhutanese diasphora with refugees in Nepal while he reported for BNS from both Goldhap and Beldangi-II.

Readers can watch this program live at Channel 22 of Concord TV.

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