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Nepanglish Way

Baba, Haami fishing ma jaane ho today? (translates to ‘dad, are we going for fishing today’), said my nearly five-year-old daughter recently. She often...

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...

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...

Rights activist whereabouts remains mystery

The Royal Bhutan Army reportedly arrested an exile-based human rights activist who went missing mysteriously on October 16 from West Bengal, India. According to SB...

Journalist freed, appeals UNHCR for reunion with family

Bhutanese authorities finally released Shanti Ram Acharya, a reporter of The Bhutan Reporter—a publication that later was transformed into BNS. He was released on...

A mother’s frantic hope for reunion

Left arm rested on top of the head. A skinny body, obviously frail, side-back leaned against a couch. Her eyes brimmed with tears, about...

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...

An exile’s view of the parliamentary elections

A few days after his party’s victory in the primary, I chatted briefly with the outgoing Prime Minister Jigmi Y. Thinley via his Facebook...

TWMN Bhutan announces permanent shut-down

The Bhutan Chapter of Bangladesh-based Third World Media Network (TWMN) has announced the permanent shutdown of the organization from this year’s world press freedom...
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