A two day conference to take tourism to the top opened in Thimphu yesterday

Tourism should receive what it deserves: PM 

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To assess where the country is lacking while promoting it as a tourist destination, the government will have a flagship programme on tourism, Lyonchhen Dr Lotay Tshering said at the national tourism conference yesterday. “With this flagship programme, it is not just to talk about the industry, not just to promote ourselves but see where we are lacking,” Lyonchhen said.
Finance minister and secretary sign the APA yesterday

PM signs APA for the next four months

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The government began signing its first annual performance agreements…
Quality control team at the BEBPL plant in Pasakha

Leave it to the consumers: BEBPL

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It is consumers’ right to have access to better and economical…
A windstorm-damaged house in Hungrel, Paro

Declining budget allocation hampers RNR sector’s plans 

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Budget allocation for the renewable and natural resource (RNR)…
A windstorm-damaged house in Hungrel, Paro

The earn and learn saga

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The controversy surrounding the infamous Earn and Learn programme…
Prime Minister with the health minister and secretary during the APA signing yesterday

After APA comes MAMA

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If APA (annual performance agreement) schematizes the performance…

Picture story

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Bank of Bhutan officials work at the data centre where a disaster…
The landfill is located 15km away from Trashigang town

Buna residents want landfill relocated

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People living around the landfill in Buna, Trashigang have asked…
Restoration work at Gomo Lhatsho, Gasa ended this month (Photo: Gasa Dzongrab)

Gomo Lhatsho restored again

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Following concerns over water seepage from the Gomo Lhatsho located…
Transport United (red) players displayed a much improved performance

Transport United out of AFC Cup 2019

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Despite a spirited first-half performance, Transport Utd FC failed…
A windstorm-damaged house in Hungrel, Paro

Windstorm damages structures in three dzongkhags

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A windstorm damaged more than 19 houses in Paro yesterday and the day before, forcing residents to take shelter with neighbours and relatives. According to reports compiled by the dzongkhag disaster management focal officer, Nagphel, roofs of 14 houses were blown off on February 25 and roofs of another five houses were blown off yesterday.
A windstorm-damaged house in Hungrel, Paro

One more day left to go digital

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Residents of Thimphu throm have just one day  to switch to digital…
A windstorm-damaged house in Hungrel, Paro

Spirituality and religious involvement could promote mental health

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Prevalence of common mental disorders (CMDs) in Bhutan was found…