Economy in shambles: Opposition

Economy: The government has painted a rosy picture of the country’s economy and pushed its people towards greater dependence, derailing it from the national goal of achieving self-reliance, the Opposition has claimed.

Opposition calls for MTR scrutiny

MTR: The Opposition Party has claimed that the government’s 11th Plan mid-term review reports are misleading, distorted and inflated.

Paan shop owners pledge drug-free society

But some question why alcohol is not banned
Sensitisation: Authorities were questioned about regulations related to tobacco products at a meeting between paan shop owners and the Bhutan Narcotics Control Agency (BNCA) and the Royal Bhutan Police (RBP), yesterday.

Investigation team rules out foul play in custodial death case

The team reported that it was a clear case of suicide
Crime: The custodial death of a 35-year-old man at the Dorokha police station, Samtse, on April 20 is a clear case of suicide, a report by an independent investigation team comprising four police officers and health officials stated.

A calling higher than just profit

The talk of the town in recent weeks was of the hefty bonus received by employees of one of the banks. It is no secret that bank employees receive bonuses every year.

Traditional medicines in short supply

One of the main reasons is limited production hours which could be solved if the govt. pays for overtime
Medical: Traditional hospitals in the central region have been facing a shortage of essential medicines for quite sometime now.

No meat in Trongsa on auspicious months and days

Meat: At this time of the year, hoteliers in Trongsa stock meat for Zhipa Saga Dawai Duechen, the auspicious fourth month of the Bhutanese calendar.

Artists learn from each other

Art: Thirty-eight artists from South Asian Association for Regional…

Thimphu FC and City remain undefeated

Football: Under a new head coach, table toppers, Thimphu FC’s undefeated streak continues in the on going Thimphu League.

Only ada rachu for women

The decision was made by dzongkhag cultural officers during their sixth annual conference  
Culture: Women across the country will now have to wear only ada rachu on all occasions, according to a circular from the home ministry.