Korphu GC road in Trongsa (File Photo)

GC roads to be returned to LG

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The department of roads (DoR) is working on the modalities to handover the gewog connectivity (GC) roads to the local government (LG) following a directive from the Cabinet.The ministry plans to return all 205 GC roads to the gewogs through the dzongkhag administrations. The modality is expected to be ready in a few days time.
Dasho Sangay Dorji

His Holiness awards appreciation letter to first DDC secretary

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The annual moenlam chenmo of Bumthang concluded yesterday with…
Bhutan has derived maximum benefits from SDF’s various funding

PM discusses investment opportunities with SDF

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SAARC Development Fund (SDF) has committed a total of USD 31.48…
Landfill to Land-full: A pack of dogs scavenge the mounting waste dumped at Paro town’s landfill in Pangbisa. Built to accommodate waste for 10 years, the area is already over flowing in its eighth year.

Paro grapples with increasing waste

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Pangbisa: Feral dogs roam the pristine forest. From somewhere…
The health ministry reviewed more than 200 APA indicators yesterday

A good decision

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For months, the hot mix plant on the banks of Pachhu in Shaba…
PM Dr Lotay Tshering

Flexibility is not being shaky and indecisive: PM

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From the removal of the class X cut off point system to the transfer…
An open water reservoir at Rinchending

No water in Rinchending lhakhang

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The Rinchending lhakhang in Phuentsholing is facing an acute…
The public toilet was operational since July 24

Tsirang has a public toilet for the differently-abled

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In an effort to make public services available for the differently-abled,…
The APA review meeting was held on July 29

MoH allocated 3.56 percent of total fiscal outlay

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The health ministry’s annual performance agreement (APA) for…
The programme had 47 participants

RTA’s summer weaving programme ends

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Summer weaving programme for school-going girls that began from…
Idle: Farmers of Zhelgno village in Paro took matters in their own hands and shut down the plant

Zhelgno residents shut down hot mix plant in Paro

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After their plea to stop a bitumen-processing firm for health and socio-economic reasons fell on deaf ears, the people of Zhelgno in Paro decided to stop the hot mix plant from operating in their village themselves. On July 15, about 30 people intervened at the site and stopped the movement of trucks along the farm road. Two fully filled bitumen tanks and a processing machine remain idle at the site today.
The health ministry reviewed more than 200 APA indicators yesterday

PM dissects health ministry’s performance indicators

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Success indicators of the annual performance agreement (APA)…
The health ministry reviewed more than 200 APA indicators yesterday

Driver accused of stealing 20 mobile phones 

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The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) charged a 22-year-old…