Streetlights make Pipaldara road safe

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The road to Pipaldara in Phuentsholing has been installed with LED bulb streetlight. This is the first case of lighting a street with LED bulbs.

A Lesson for Bhutan from a Still-Recovering Nepal

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Two years ago, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on April 25 and a major aftershock on May 12 took nearly 9,000 lives and damaged hundreds of thousands of homes here in Nepal. Bhutan, like much of the world, was quick to respond.

Lessons to be learnt

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The tragic death of a four-year-old boy whose body was found by the Wangchhu in Thimphu has left the people disturbed. A tearful plea by the boy’s mother after he went missing went viral and became the talk of the town just as the rumours that followed his disappearance.

Sherig journey and challenges

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The Centre for Educational Research and Development, Paro College of Education, in collaboration with University of Birmingham, UK launched Education in Bhutan: Culture, Schooling and Gross National Happiness at Royal Thimphu College on April 29.

Assembly to discuss Zhemgang CS upgradation proposal

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The Zhemgang dzongkhag tshogdu’s (DT) request for a college will be discussed in the upcoming National Assembly (NA) session.

Journalists uncomfortable with Bhutan’s press freedom rank

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The Reporters Without Borders’ recent press freedom ranking has caused a stir among those working in the mainstream media industry.