The Technical Training Institute in Thimphu

MoE to start TVET as optional subject next year

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Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) as optional…
About 600 Bhutanese vehicles use Indian roads daily

Motorist plying Indian roads warned of new traffic rules

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Indian Parliament recently has passed the Motor Vehicle (Amendment)…

The Sarpang-Zhemgang Debate

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The Opposition along with the National Council members are locked…

Cutting more forest is not the most expedient choice

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This is a response to the World Bank note on which Kuensel wrote…

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Zero waste: Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering and officials of…
About 10 tonnes of waste was collected yesterday

Bhutanese observe zero waste hour

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The third “Zero Waste Hour” saw about 150 individuals from…

At the Yartsa Goenbub auction yard

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It is a normal day in Chamkhar, Bumthang.  But the commercial…
PM reviewed the APA components of the three departments of the agriculture ministry yesterday

PM not convinced with quality of APA

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For the past two weeks, Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering has…

First ever fire training facility at Chamgang

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The first ever fire training facility in the country was inaugurated…

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Bhutan Post yesterday opened a new gallery dedicated to valuable…

People have the right to question election process: Tsirang court

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Tsirang dzongkhag court altered the charge of making a false…

Labour ministry explores air ambulance to bring back Sonam Tamang

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Even though there is a demand to bring back Sonam Tamang from Japan, from many Bhutanese, including parliamentarians from her constituency, the patient’s medical condition calls for a deeper study of the option.

Committee explores middle path on Mines and Minerals Bill

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Recognising its urgency, the National Assembly’s economic and finance committee is making efforts to table the Mines and Minerals Bill 2020 as an urgent Bill in the winter session. The mines and minerals sector has been recognised as one of the five economic jewels because of its potential for revenue and job creation. But the government has not issued new mining and quarrying licenses since 2013 for want of a new Act.