Posts Tagged ‘ Bhutanese refugees ’

Remembering the past, venturing for future

A significant number of Bhutanese have been resettled in Louisville of Kentucky and a few in Lexington. The number is on the rise. After the process of resettlement gained new momentum, and the camp-dwellers finding no other good options to make a better living, have decided to make a journey to far-off lands where IOM […]

Published on Apr 29 2009 // Opinion

First Bhutanese consultation in Australia, BCA announced

The Bhutanese community resettled in two states of Victoria and New South Wales, Australia held their first consultation gathering at Mirambeena Community Centre, Albury on April 23

Published on Apr 28 2009 // Main News

‘HOME’ exhibition concludes

A four day photo exhibition named “HOME” based on resettled Bhutanese in the United States of America (USA) has concluded on April 24

Published on Apr 25 2009 // Main News

Resettlement update from Norway

Ramesh Gautam, the BNS correspondent talks about day-to-day life and facilities the resettled Bhutanese get in in Norway.

Published on Apr 22 2009 // Podcast

How fire broke in Bel-2

The program is being prepared from Beldangi-II main shcool where Ichha Poudel is coordinating from there.The victims of fire have got several stories to tell.

Published on Apr 22 2009 // Podcast

Tenzing Zangpo rearrested, whereabouts unknown

General secretary of Druk National Congress (Democratic) Tenzing Zangpo has been rearrested by the Assam Police from Gauhati court premises soon after he was released on April 6

Published on Apr 21 2009 // Main News

Bhutanese in Kentucky organized

Bhutanese who have been resettled in in Kentucky area has announced the formation of Bhutanese Society of Kentucky on April 11

Published on Apr 20 2009 // Main News

Basketball camp for resettled Bhutanese in Pittsburg

Exiled Bhutanese resettled in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, played basketball match hoping that it would help them fit into their new homes

Published on Apr 16 2009 // Main News

Change: that’s what PM says always

Change, change and change. That’s what has been the popular chestnut for Prim Minister Jigmi Y Thinley since he entered politics as appointed minister for foreign affairs in 1998.

Published on Apr 13 2009 // Main News

Reporter’s Diary: One year in the USA

When I reached office of the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO), a wing of US CCB, one of the receiving agencies in Syracuse, NY, I was thrilled to see the hall full of people. I mean the resettled Bhutanese. There was a meeting to plan for establishing a community center. The Bhutanese community in Syracuse has […]

Published on Apr 13 2009 // Opinion