Survey: The provisional findings of the latest Gross National Happiness (GNH) survey show that 91.2 percent of Bhutanese are happy, it was revealed at the opening of the International GNH conference in Paro, yesterday.
Update: At the second hearing of the ongoing Jatan Prasad Lal Chand Prasad (JPLP) case yesterday, its owner Lal Chand Prasad, the defendant asked the dungkhag court to dismiss the case against him for want of proper “locus standi” (no basis) from the Office of the Attorney General (OAG).
ICT: Southtech Bhutan Pvt Ltd (SBPL), a tenant at the IT park, will expand and employ 50 IT graduates shortly.
Traffic: Drivers, who do not give way to pedestrians on zebra crossings, will be fined, the Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) has announced.
Resource: The illegal collection of cordyceps has worsened the situation for highlanders who have been confronted with the sustainability of the fungus for sometime now.
Livestock: It’s a cold November night. The hoteliers who occupy most of Tshimasham, Chukha have long called it a night except for a giant white bull and its two black calves that stroll the town’s highway.