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‘Life In Refugee Camp Taught Me More’

Akron-based Bhutanese composer, Amber Subba, has said that life in the refugee camp taught him more insights into music than in the country of...

A hopeless situation: Parajuly

Prajwal Parajuly’s father is Indian, his mother is Nepalese and he himself is entirely a citizen of the world.  Educated in the US state...

A long walk of life

… Bishnu Maya Karki, now 69, formerly from Samdrup Jongkhar in southern Bhutan, who lost most of her family members at five, later spent her...

21-year-old kills self in MD

Chandra Chhetri, 21, yet another resettled young adult Bhutanese in Baltimore, MD took his own life this week. According to the family source, Chandra left...

The ‘Mission Pittsburgh’ completes

The three-days long national level workshop entitled 'The Mission Pittsburgh' of the Bhutan News Service (BNS) successfully completed  in Pittsburgh, PA on Oct 13. The...

Punya Foundation reaches out to Kenya

The Punya foundation, Australia based non-profit organization working for empowerment through education, has stepped in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya in October 2012. PF conducted...

BNS 2012: Deeds and Challenges

It has been a long and strenuous effort on part of BNS volunteers to make the news agency keep with its effort to inform...

The settlement turned into ashes in an hour

My body trembled. My ears alerted towards reverberating sounds in the vicinity; difficult enough to figure out the actual sources and directions. There seemed...

Country’s first pvt airline suspends domestic flights

For failing to attract enough passengers, the Bhutan Airlines has finally decided to chip its domestic wings. The Airlines that currently owns 8-seater turboprop, Pilatus...

We want justice

Throughout the period of history from their first entry into Bhutan, the Lhotshampas have contributed a lot for the socio-economic development of the kingdom....
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