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Here is a collection of photos of first day of Inter-Open Club Football Tournament organized by Youth Friendly Centre (YFC) and Camp management Committee (CMC)  of Sanischare. Photos are taken by our Editorial Team: Durga Pokhrel and HK Dahal.

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Youth Friendly Centre(YFC) and Camp Management Committee(CMC) of Sanischare jointly organised Inter-Open Club Football Tournament from today.

Players in the ground during match Photo: Durga Pokhrel

Meanwhile during inaguration program, Camp Welfare Team(CWT) showed march-movement around football ground.

Tournament is organised with the main aim to foster football talents and relation between host community and camp, informed organiser chief Prem Dhital.

Dhruva Tara Sporting Club defeated Belbaari Football Team in penalty scoring 4-1 in first match; Shangrila Football Club and Letang Football Club are playing tomorrow, informed Dhital.

Final of Eastern Regional Volleyball Tournament between Fans Club and Damak Volleyball Team finished today.

Fans Club ‘A’ team loose the compititive match with Damak Volleyball Team by loosing 3 sets.

Today Fans Club of Bhutanese refugees and Damak Volleyball Club going to play the final of the ongoing eastern regional volleyball tournament.

Organizers informed that there will be the cultural programme and talent show of Bhutanese refugee youths. Continue reading

Thunder kill one Bhutanese

Natural thunder killed one 45 years old Bhutanese refugee today at 12:30 am.
Inspector Bijendra Rimal informed Media that the dead refugee named Gopi karki is resident of Beldangi-II Extension,A/1, 65.

An  awareness rally on fire safety was organized on the inauguration day of Eastern Regional Volleyball Tournament. Dozens from camp school, camp management committee, representatives from various agencies, children forum and Armed Police Force (APF), among others took part in a rally held to inform the exiled community about safety measures of fire and its disasters.

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The Eastern Regional Football Tournament started from Tuesday in Bhutanese refugee camp Beldangi.

The tournament is ongoing under the joint effort of the Fans Club of Bhutanese refugees and Pravat Kiran Yuba Club of Damak-5.

According to the organizers, tournament will last until April 10 and the winners will be awarded with cash prizes of NRs. 15,000 and 10,000 respectively.

Two matches have been held on daily basis, as altogether 12 teams are participating in the tournament, informed organizer Yuba Raj Sampang.

An  awareness rally on fire safety was organized on the inauguration day. Dozens from camp school, camp management committee, representatives from various agencies, children forum and Armed Police Force (APF), among others took part in a rally held to inform the exiled community about safety measures of fire and its disasters. Continue reading

Fans Club Of Bhutanese Refugee Camps and Pravhat Kiran youth Club of Damak had organized the Eastern regional Volley ball tournament in Beldangi camp from Tuesday.

Meanwhile in the inauguration of the program Special guest and guest played entertainment match for five minutes.

First tournament was between the Fans club A team and Durba tara Damak which was lunched at 2pm. Fans club of Bhutanese Refugee Camps wins the battle with 2 set of best of three with score 25 against 11.

Surya Roka successfully got the man of the match.

Second tournament was between the Fans Club ‘B’ team  and Raj Obersis Ithari which was lunched at 3.30pm. Raj Obersis of Ithari Wins the match with 2 set of best of three With score 25 against 15.

Tika Ram Siwakoti Was declared the Man of the match.

The United Kingdom has accepted another 110 exiled Bhutanese from the refugee camps this month, doubling the existing population of resettled folks. Last year, 111 persons were resettled.

Welcome programme organised by BWA in Bradford Photo:BNS

The Bhutanese Welfare Association in the UK welcomed the new arrivals, both at airport and reception center, on March 26, informed its Program Director Prem Giri. The organization received the first lot of resettling Bhutanese on March 5 this year.

“The newly arrived Bhutanese are resettled in Bradford, Greater Manchester and Sheffield. We welcomed them with Khada and garlands, and even provided them with mobile SIM-cards at airport itself,” Giri told.

Of this, Greater Manchester resettling agency, which is Refugee Action,  received four families of 15 numbers, Sheffield resettled 17 families with 64 persons through the Refugee Council, and the Horton Housing received seven families with 31individuals in Bradford. Continue reading

TRSS declare annual result

Bhutanese refugee based one and only secondary level school of Beldangi  Tri-Ratna Secondary School (TRSS) declared annual progress of education system 2011-2012 on Saturday.

Meanwhile in total of 536 exempted  Ninth grade students, 462 passed and left 74 failed and generally about 86 percent passed which is really a good progress of TRSS, said Principle MB Bista.

Top Five students who were awarded by school for best performance:

1.Hari Kumar Dahal (87%)
2. Moses Lagoon (81%)
3. Subash Monger (77.70%)
4. Manisha Koirala (67.29%)
5. Khawoth Hang Subba (67.23%) Continue reading

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