Category Archives: Security

Resettled Bhutanese in US kills wife

A resettled Bhutanese man in Burlington, Vermont (US) killed his wife Yogeshwari Khadka, 32, and severely injured mother in law Tulsa Rimal, 54. Aita Gurung, 34, who attacked the two women with meat Cleaver, has been in custody. He had

शरणार्थी हत्याका अभियुक्त १६ वर्षपछि पक्राउ

झापाको बिर्तामोडस्थित इलाका प्रहरी कार्यालय अनारमनीले कर्तव्य ज्यान मुद्दामा १६ वर्षदेखि फरार अभियुक्तलाई पक्राउ गरेको छ। २०५८ फागुन २६ गते खुदुनाबारी शरणार्थी शिविर ए २ हट नम्बर ३१ मा बस्ने ५५ वर्षीय भुटानी शरणार्थी शन्त बहादुर अधिकारी क्षेत्रीको हत्या गरी

India enters into Bhutan-China border conflict

Indian media claimed Chinese military has entered into Bhutanese territory, following a standoff with Indian soldiers deployed in the border. The standoff was at Doklam (or Donglang) which India say is within Bhutan while China says it’s inside Chinese territory.

Bhutan assures India on infiltration into Gorkhaland movement

As the Gorkhaland demand heightens in the border, India has secured assurances from its loyal partner Bhutan that any anti-India activities will not be acceptable in Bhutanese territory. An Indian delegation led by Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) Director General Archana

African-American attacks Bhutanese business pretending to be white supremacist

A Bhutanese businessman is the victim of a false flag assault in Charlotte by an African-American man who made the attack on the man’s store appear to be the work of white supremacists. North Carolina police arrested on Sunday the

Appeal to locate Lok Nath Acharya

Daughter of the disappeared human rights activists Lok Nath Acharya has made emotional appeal to help find her father. Acharya, 51, was kidnaped allegedly by Bhutanese agents from India in 2014. Even after the resettlement process started and most of

Controlling fake news in Bhutan

The fake new saga is a world headache. It has impacted every political and social event across the globe now. Bhutan is no exception. Until the second elections, Bhutanese were not acquainted with the social media. That has grown by

Bhutan obeys India’s order not to attend SAARC

Bhutan has obeyed its big brother’s order not to participate in the upcoming summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Bhutan’s prime minister’s office wrote to Nepal, who is currently the chair of the regional bloc, informing

Another architect of 1990 episode retires

One of the architects of the 1990-genocide in southern Bhutan Kipchu Namgyal, has finally retired, due to age, as Chief of Royal Bhutan Police, serving for over 35 years. He handed over this responsibility to his subordinate but the government

Strong tremor shakes Bhutan

Bhutan and the region have felt the strong shake when a powerful earthquake strikes Myanmar on Wednesday evening. According to the US Geological Survey reports the 6.9 magnitude quake took place at a depth of around 140km, north-west of Mandalay.