Monday, March 1, 2021

We recently launched so if you see any technical glitches please email us at: dtimsina@bhutannewsservice.org

Tags Damak

Tag: damak

Separated by Resettlement

Devika Pradhan rises early each morning to stoke the open flame of her cooking fire, boiling enough tea for her three grown children still asleep in the next room of their bamboo hut. At the time, the growing population of southern Bhutanese, who are mostly Hindu and of Nepali origin, was viewed by the Bhutanese Government as a threat to the nation's traditionally Buddhist society. Using threats, imprisonment, and torture, the Bhutanese regime coerced the refugees into leaving. 8,000 miles away in Carl City, Minnesota—literally the other side of the world—her fourth child Jeeban, 22, rolls out of bed around the same time, microwaves an old cup of coffee, and catches a city bus from his apartment to the restaurant where he works.

UNHCR,Caritas to organize concert

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Caritas Nepal are organizing a concert 'Music for Relief' in Damak on November 28, with the famous Nepali rock band 1974 AD joining in to promote awareness of issues surrounding HIV/AIDS
- Advertisment -

Most Read