As of today 10,2316 dogs have been neutered

Government looks to technology to control dog population

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The government is now looking to technological interventions for “sustainable dog population management”. Beginning July next year, a microchip would be embedded under the skin of pet dogs and quick response (QR) code around a dog’s neck would help locate dogs.
More than 160 engineers, architects and urban planners are taking part in the three-day conference in Panbang, Zhemgangkuensel

Confusion galore in SOE salary revision

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Almost a month after the salary revision for State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) was finalised, SoEs are still confused with some provisions of the revision.
More than 160 engineers, architects and urban planners are taking part in the three-day conference in Panbang, Zhemgangkuensel

No decision made on Gedu College

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Clarifying the misunderstanding, including people drawing conclusions that the Gedu College of Business Studies (GCBS) will be moved to Mongar, Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said that he had only asked the Royal University of Bhutan to explore possibilities.
CAB proposed for more stringent inspection and physical verification during awarding contracts to curb ghost engineer practiceskuensel

Ghost engineers come again

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The ongoing conference for engineers, architects and planers in Panbang, Zhemgang discussed the real presence of “ghost engineers”. 
More than 160 engineers, architects and urban planners are taking part in the three-day conference in Panbang, Zhemgangkuensel

Making unpopular decisions

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By now Lyonchhen Dr Lotay Tshering would have felt the pulse of those who are associated with the Gedu College of Business Studies or the government’s plan to relocate the college from Gedu to Mongar.
Himalayan co-founders, Tshering Dorji (left) and Bikash Gurungkuensel

Crowdfunding gives impetus to another startup

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When graduates of Gaedu College of Business Studies were busy preparing for their civil service examination in 2017, Bikash Gurung and Tshering Dorji was dreaming.
The present highway condition at Jitti, Sipsukuensel

Samtse-Sipsu highway resurfacing work awarded

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After floating the tender and awarding the resurfacing work for Samtse-Sipsu national secondary highway, mobilisation works started, according to officials from the Department of Roads (DoR) in Samtse.
In Toorsa: Labourers segregate orangeskuensel

Good quality, poor production

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Although the arrival of oranges at the depots in Phuentsholing this season has decreased, exporters in Phuentsholing said the quality has improved.
The fair is safe, says organiserskuensel

Safety is our priority: fair organisers

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“Safety is the biggest concern and we will not compromise the safety of the public,” according to the Programme Coordinator of REWA, who is one of the organisers of the fair at Changzamtog in Thimphu.
Helpless: A mother and daughter watch their house getting demolishedkuensel

P’ling thromde demolishes illegal settlements in Pasakha

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Phuentsholing thromde demolished eight houses at Bhalujhora in Pasakha yesterday.
Appeal: Merak highlanders hand over their appeal letter to a dzongkhag official at the Trashigang Dzong yesterdaykuensel

Merak residents appeal against DT decision

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Highlanders of Merak appealed against the recent dzongkhag tshogdu’s decision to blacktop the gewog centre (GC) road from Chaling. Led by two chiwog tshogpas, 10 highlanders have come to Trashigang dzongkhag to question the DT decision yesterday. This is the second time the highlanders are opposing the DT decision.
More than 160 engineers, architects and urban planners are taking part in the three-day conference in Panbang, Zhemgangkuensel

Another attempt to enhance professionalism in the construction sector   

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A case study of Dagapela-Dalbari road construction highlighted the lack of professionalism in the construction sector today. 
More than 160 engineers, architects and urban planners are taking part in the three-day conference in Panbang, Zhemgangkuensel

Vehicle accident claims life 

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A 32-year-old doctor of Khaling basic health unit (BHU) died on December 27 when the i10 he was driving veered off 84ms below the road near Khadupang in Ura, Bumthang.