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NH community supports Arun Rai

Resettled Bhutanese from New Hampshire have contributed US $ 383 for supporting medical expenses of social activist Arun Rai. It is learnt that Subash Acharya...

Lhotshampas – the true citizens

The ethnic Nepalis have been living in Bhutan from as early as 1624 AD. Since then, people have lived in Bhutan as Gorkhas followed...

Historical facts about Bhutan & Bhutanese

: In his foreword to the revised edition of ‘BHUTAN”, a book first published in 1972 and written by Nagendra Singh, one time Constitutional...

Elderly citizens ask to open doors for repatriation

Senior Citizens Group  and the Bhutanese Refugee Representative Repatriation Committee (BRRRC) asked the Government of Nepal and United Nations Organizations to press for opening...

Yoga, Rekhi becoming popular among exiled Bhutanese in camps

A building aimed at providing various yoga classes based on mini matrix was inaugurated in Beldangi-II, Saturday. Speaking at the program on Saturday, chief guest...

Open letter to Nepali President Yadav

The whole process of negotiation between the two governments to resolve the issue is also well documented. How even after the joint verification of refugees and as agreed by the two governments Bhutan brazenly walked out of the process to avoid taking back its citizens is a matter of record too. The action by the Bhutanese authority not only betrayed the Bhutanese nationals but also made a blatant mockery of the position of the Government of Nepal (GoN) and all established international norms including human rights and civil liberty. Even today, however unfortunate, the reality is that these citizens per force continue to live as refugees in the UN-sponsored camps in the eastern Nepal. In more recent times, I am sure you are aware that Bhutan has charmed the international community with its Shangri-La image to get its citizens in the camps settled in various third countries [...]

Camp Secy election preparation

In the first part you can listen to a report on the recent hunger strike by Lakpa Tamang followed by a short talk with...

103rd National Day observed in camps

As a state of dilemma whether or not to celebrate the National Day of Bhutan tightens up its grip, leaders of various political parties...

‘Help us open door for repatriation ’

Coinciding with the Human Rights Day 2010, exiled Bhutanese from Jhapa and Morang camps have sought for help from the international community and Nepali...

Resettlement in Denmark

Ramesh Gautam present Bidesi Chutari from Norway. This is based on resettlement in Denmark as he conversed with Kausila Bhandari from Denmark. There is...
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