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Naresh Newar

Naresh Newar has been working as a journalist for the past 16 years writing for both local and international news agencies with special focus on armed conflict, humanitarian and environmental issues. He also worked as a the editor of Panos Radio South Asia and represented Panos Institute as one of the editors to support the CCMP fellows during the COP-15.

He is currently an independent journalist and working on his new book for 2012.

Journalism by Naresh Newar

Ethnic Nepali refugees face generation gap

06/15/2010

In 1990 ethnic Nepalis were expelled from Bhutan, and have been displaced in Nepalese refugee camps ever since. But there's a rift between generations as younger people hope to resettle in the USA, whilst their parents and grandparents are still desperate to return to Bhutan.

Relocation dilemmas for Bhutanese refugees

07/28/2009

In 1990 up to 100,000 ethnically Nepali Lhotsampas were expelled from Bhutan, after the government introduced a new citizenship test.

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