Posts Tagged ‘ bhutannewsservice ’

Editing Rizal's Jail Journal

BY DEEPAK ADHIKARI : It was drizzling and the night was pitch-dark. We walked in silence. As they marched, the constables’ boots pounded on the road, its sound penetrating deep into our ears. At times, the stones tossed off by the boots hit on my ankles causing severe pain. Worse, the guards with their heavy boots, recklessly pounded on my feet. Failing to keep pace with the marching soldiers would fetch me extra penalty. So, I struggled to move my shackled legs as quickly as I could. The constantly blowing wind further exasperated the precariousness of our journey.Drenched to the skin and chilled to the bone, I stumbled along the slippery road. The sole voices echoing in my ears were waves of the river Wangdichhu generating its own rhythmic noise

Published on Jan 16 2011 // Opinion

Long journey from Burma to United States

Enough property, land and prestigious life of Kadel family in Burma (Myanmar) were always a source of jealous for his neighbors. Kewal R. Kadel’s mother was a self-learned spiritual jumping doctor (a woman who treats patient by praying and playing with the ghosts; believed in the conventional Nepali society). They earned a big cash and […]

Published on Jul 27 2010 // Opinion

Bhutan says 'no seats' for journalists

Logistic coordinators in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, are up against housing over 300 journalists who reached Bhutan to cover-up the 16th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit. Media coordinators have found themselves at a loss when India and Pakistan decided to send 43 and 31 media persons respectively. This is not the […]

Published on Apr 28 2010 // Commentary

Madhav Kumar Nepal talks on Bhutanese Issue

The Nepalese PM Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that resettlement is not going to reduce refugees’ feelings towards Bhutan and Bhutanese community. Rather it becomes a platform for the resettled Diasporas to highlight the their stories and sufferings. Next, Mr and Mrs Rizal talk on TCR and its related aspects. Rizal, who is left with […]

Published on Jul 13 2009 // Podcast

Real People, Real Needs

Launching the annual report on refugee trends at Washington D.C on June 16, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Gutterres said that the amounts needed to rescue people are less than what is needed to rescue banks. The chief of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Gutterres strongly urged the aid agencies […]

Published on Jun 20 2009 // News Analysis

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