सरकारलाई पत्तै नदिई पक्की संरचना

सरकारलाई पत्तै नदिई पक्की संरचना

देवेन्द्र भट्टराई, अर्जुन राजवंशी पुनर्वासका लागि तेस्रो देश जान नपाएका र नचाहेका करिब १० हजार भुटानी शरणार्थीलाई यहीँ बसोबास गराउने उद्देश्यले शरणार्थी आयोगलगायतका दातृ निकायले ‘आफूखुसी’ भौतिक संरचना निर्माण थालेका छन् । More »

Thinley makes first public appearance after four years

Thinley makes first public appearance after four years

The former Prime Minsiter Jigme Y Thinley has made a surprising public appearance in Western Australia after four years of silence. Thinley has remained out of public appearance since his part lost More »

DNT disheartened by court verdict

DNT disheartened by court verdict

The High Court has ruled that only the parties in the party have rights to file any constitutional cases in the court, creating debates whether individual citizens will have any say in More »

PDP renames Tobgay as pary president

PDP renames Tobgay as pary president

The national convention of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) held on Sunday in Thimphu re-elected Tshering Tobgay as the party’s president for the next five-year term. The gathering named Thrimshing MP Dorji Choden More »

From Bhutan to Blacktown, Om Dhungel seeks to change the way we look at refugees

From Bhutan to Blacktown, Om Dhungel seeks to change the way we look at refugees

By Harrison Vesey Australia is wasting money and risking its international reputation with the unfolding human rights disaster on Manus Island, according to a Blacktown refugee advocate. Om Dhungel spent six years More »

 

सरकारलाई पत्तै नदिई पक्की संरचना

देवेन्द्र भट्टराई, अर्जुन राजवंशी पुनर्वासका लागि तेस्रो देश जान नपाएका र नचाहेका करिब १० हजार भुटानी शरणार्थीलाई यहीँ बसोबास गराउने उद्देश्यले शरणार्थी आयोगलगायतका दातृ निकायले ‘आफूखुसी’ भौतिक संरचना निर्माण थालेका छन् । उनीहरूको यस्तो पहलबारे न परराष्ट्र मन्त्रालय जानकार छ,

Thinley makes first public appearance after four years

The former Prime Minsiter Jigme Y Thinley has made a surprising public appearance in Western Australia after four years of silence. Thinley has remained out of public appearance since his part lost election in 2013. Thinley was in Western Australia

Bhutanese Kirats celebrate Guru’s birth anniversary

Kirati followers among the exiled Bhutanese have celebrated 133rd birth anniversary of their revered Guru Falgunanda last week. The celebration lasted for three days. It was organised by Kirat Mangpolung Manghim. The final day of the celebration included a peace

Beldangi raises awareness on ability of disabled persons

Exiled Bhutanese in Beldangi have launched programmes to up-skill and strengthen the capacity of the persons with disabilities. The program was launched amidst a function held at Panchaoti English School in Beldangi II this week. Such annual programmes also aim

DNT disheartened by court verdict

The High Court has ruled that only the parties in the party have rights to file any constitutional cases in the court, creating debates whether individual citizens will have any say in the constitutional cases. The court ruled Druk Nyamrup

Druk Air resume flights to Gelephu

The wait for people in Gelephu to be connected by air is finally over with Druk Air resuming its flights to the town this week. The first flight on November 11 had six passengers on board. The airline now operates

PDP renames Tobgay as pary president

The national convention of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) held on Sunday in Thimphu re-elected Tshering Tobgay as the party’s president for the next five-year term. The gathering named Thrimshing MP Dorji Choden as Vice President. Choden had joined PDP in

Conflict Escalation: China and India’s Territorial Dispute in the Himalayas

By Felix K. Chang, Foreign Policy Research Institute During the summer of 2017, an unusually volatile territorial spat between China and India erupted in the Himalayan Mountains. For over two months, hundreds of Chinese and Indian troops were locked in an

The (Rigged) Pursuit of Happiness

By Artur Gorokh It was one of those crap days. It might have been the gloomy Ithacan weather or Monday or maybe it was just me. Procrastination hit its terminal stage, and the Google Scholar search cursor was silently blinking

From Bhutan to Blacktown, Om Dhungel seeks to change the way we look at refugees

By Harrison Vesey Australia is wasting money and risking its international reputation with the unfolding human rights disaster on Manus Island, according to a Blacktown refugee advocate. Om Dhungel spent six years in a Nepalese refugee camp after fleeing Bhutan

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