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Newly resettled girl dies in car accident in TX

Manju Rai, who was resettled in Dallas, Texas just around five months ago from Beldangi-II Refugee Camp in Nepal, died in a fatal car...

UNHCR welcomes aid of Rs 330 m from European Commission

The European Commission and UNHCR concluded an agreement recently under which the Commission will contribute EURO 2,950,000 (equivalent to NPR 330 million) to UNHCR's...

104th National Day marked in camps

At least a few hundreds of exiled Bhutanese were present Saturday in Beldangi-II camp to mark the 104th National Day of Bhutan, recalling the...

Britain to learn GNH tactics from Bhutan

The British government is poised to join the Kingdom of Bhutan and a handful of other countries in attempting to officially monitor happiness, the...

Bhutan, India to jointly monitor Manas tigers

The forest authorities of Bhutan and India have agreed to start a joint initiative to “camera trap” tigers moving across the international border from...

Bhutan refugee Ram Rai says thanks, U.S.A.

After living for more than 20 years in a refugee camp in Nepal, Ram Rai is very happy to be settled here. “We had nothing there. I want to thank America for giving us a chance to start a new life,” the 30-year-old man said during a recent interview at Lutheran Social Services of New England, where he is a caseworker. “We are struggling, but hopefully we can pass through this phase and make a contribution to America.” Rai, whose family moved from Nepal to Bhutan four generations ago, was among the ethnic Nepali driven from Bhutan about 20 years ago. The government was bent on having a “one people, one nation policy,” he says.

NZ Bhutanese elect new executive body

The Bhutanese Society of New Zealand (BSNZ) Saturday held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Palmerstone North. According to its newly elected President, Bal Ghimire,...

Episode 7: Geneva Demonstration -I

Tilak Niraula from Goldhap reads a report on English-Language class to resettling Bhutanese while Durga Giri updates regarding Geneva demonstrations. In the second part,...

The 0ther gross side of Bhutan

Repressive regimes everywhere employ torture on political prisoners to both extract information and to weaken the dissent. From the notorious Abu Ghraib in Iraq...

Episode 6: Children day celebration

There are two short bites of two children : one recorded at IOM transit camp, Kathmandu and another with a child who is still...
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