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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...

Looking for a Home

Following the termination statement of the 26-year-old food support programme by the World Health Organization (WHO), the issue of the Bhutanese refugees has become...

Dr. Kamal Gautam’s journey into medicine

I was born in Maneydara, a small village in Samtse district in southwestern Bhutan. Throughout my school education, I always maintained highest level of...

UNHCR calls for speedy check out for resettlement

Resettlement of Bhutanese refugees took an unprecedented turn when one hundred thousand Bhutanese refugees got resettled in eight countries, US being the largest receiver. Despite...

Bhutanese refugees in hunger strike; BRRRC urged for repartition

Bhutanese Refugees languishing in Beldangi camp started hunger strike in response to the World Food Program's (WFP) decision to curtailing the food commodities. The...

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...

Exploitation or assistance?

Over 100,000 Bhutanese refugees are lucky enough to be nurtured by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and its dozen more implementing partners....

Bhutanese without Bhutan

: Bhutan is a landlocked principality in the Himalayas, which lies between the two big Asian giants, India and China. The Himalayan kingdom is also...

2.4 m UNHCR construction budget freezes

For failing to kick start construction of a road that connects UNHCR's office with Brikuti Chowk of Damak Municipality, some Rs 2.4 million has...

Nepal urged to register ex-political prisoners

Adelaide, Jan 4: Bhutanese Australian community living in South Australia have appealed the Government of Nepal for taking steps in registering people who were...
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