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Who stands with Bhutanese refugees in Nepal?

It is not too late to repatriate the remaining 7,000 Bhutan nationals still in camps in eastern Nepal On 20 June it will be another...

World Refugee Day: What Can We Do?

Today is World Refugee Day, a time for me to reflect on how I, along with thousands of others once lived miserable lives in...

Padam Rizal Is No More

Veteran community leader, Padam Rizal, 49, who went missing since Feb 21, 2019 is no more with us, his family confirmed Wednesday afternoon. “We are...

‘Bhutanese Weren’t Treated as They Deserve’

Ramesh Prasai, a radio journalist affiliated with Dharan-based Ganatantra FM, has spoken exclusively on the Bhutanese Refugee issue with Vidhyapati Mishra of Bhutan News...

A Tribute to a Great Man, Hasta Bhattarai 

I should have written this piece while the subject of the story was still alive. Let that be a lesson to all of us...

Two Former Bhutanese Refugees are Honored in the White House

Two former refugees from Bhutan currently residing in Pittsburgh, PA, Khara Timsina, and Bishnu Timsina were among the eight refugee leaders honored and celebrated amidst a function at the White House on September 15, 2015.

The Silent Cost of Shangri-La? The Human Rights Controversy in Bhutan

For many in the Western Buddhist world, Bhutan has become a quasi-mythical land. Bhutan is an officially Buddhist Kingdom with ties to internationally popular...

Fifth nat’l OBCA convention concludes, UNHCR participates

The fifth national convention of the Organization of Bhutanese Communities in America (OBCA) concluded in Fort Worth, Texas on June 14 by forming the...

Finally becoming citizens – REPRODUCTION

The personal and political implications of third-country resettlement and naturalisation for Bhutan’s refugees. Khem Khadka was only seven when his entire family was evicted from...

The road from Bhutan- REPRODUCTION

Starting over is often frightening and seldom easy. There are always those items too precious to easily part with, no matter the circumstances around...
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