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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

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

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

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

King Khesar travels to Delhi

King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuk flew to New Delhi on Tuesday for a four-day visit at the invitation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The high level visit comes as Bhutan prepares for the third parliamentary election next year. The

Our identity – The way I see it

By Om Dhungel Introduction Defining our own personal identity is a lifetime experience since it keeps evolving as we move on in life. Personally, I feel very much a global citizen, part of the global village. In Bhutan, the majority

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

Bhutan-China continue diplomatic solution on Doklam

Bhutan’s slow move to find solutions at the Doklam continues a month after India-China showdown. The Bhutanese territory remained tensed after India initiated conflict with Chinese troops accusing them of building road infrastructure without any formal approval from Delhi. Indian

BES celebrates five year success

Bhutanese Ethnic School (BES) in South Australia has marked its fifth annual school day with cultural and literary presentations on Saturday amidst a big crowd of community members who attended to grace the success. BES was establish in 2012 with