Shopkeepers also claim they distribute essentials equallykuensel

All well-stocked in Trashigang and Trashiyangtse

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Although Trashigang town is not as busy as it used to be and local businesses are affected by Covid-19, retailers claim they have all required essential items.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

No clue on missing monks

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There is no clue on the two monks who went missing on Friday, March 27. The monks, aged 18 and 16 of Trashigang Rabdey, were found missing at 8pm while taking attendance in the Lhakhang after the evening prayer. The monks were at the Gomphukora Lhakhang for their usual rituals.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

Positivity shines amid dark clouds

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The world now has close to 700,000 Covid-19 positive cases. The number of countries affected by the pandemic stands at 199.
A villager points to the place where he dug for the coalkuensel

Rumour of Covid-19 solution keeps villagers busy digging

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On Friday, at around 10:35pm, Ramesh Kumar Ghalley received an unexpected call from his brother. He was told to urgently dig up the earth from his courtyard and look for coal.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

TCB initiates online registration for employment support scheme

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Within six hours after the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) uploaded a google form yesterday afternoon, 216 people working in the tourism and hospitality industry registered online for employment as of 6:45pm yesterday.
139 Bhutanese students studying in LPU returns home on Saturdaykuensel

Chartered flight to bring home 93 students from Sri Lanka

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Bhutan Airlines will bring home 93 students from Sri Lanka today. According to a source, the parents chattered the flight paying Nu 37,000 each. The flight is expected to land today at 4pm. 
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

Make agriculture an all-time national agenda

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The recent directives from the government to encourage farmers in all dzongkhags to increase the production of food items could be a small but significant step. It has been long overdue.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

Let us take ‘one step forward’ in Covid - 19

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In the wake of Coronavirus (Covid – 19) relentless momentum at its pinnacle, every country in the world has shaken over how the pandemic has crushed the global economy, more severe than the ‘Spanish flu of 1918’, ‘oil crises of 1973’ and ‘Ebola outbreak of 2014’. 

Fire guts house in Bumthang

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A family of six lost all their belongings in a fire in Dekiling, Bumthang on March 28.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

Second Bhutanese tests positive to Covid-19 

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With another positive case confirmed on Saturday, Bhutan now has four Covid-19 cases as of yesterday. The second Bhutanese to test positive for the virus is a student  who have returned from abroad and was quarantined in a hotel, Kuensel learnt.  
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

Learning should continue, e-Learning is optional: PM

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Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said it was not compulsory to teach students through e-learning and there was never a government directive asking to do so. He emphasised, however, there was a need for students to continue learning.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

BIT and CIT deadline deferred to June 30

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Business Income Tax (BIT) and Corporate Income Tax (CIT) filing for 2019 has been deferred until June 30. As if they knew it was coming, not many paid the CIT or the BIT although the deadline to file the tax ends on March 31, two working days from today.
Indian vehicles carrying vegetables and raw materials for industries in Pasakha reach Phuentsholing. The trucks carrying materials for the industries were stranded across the border after the lockdown in India.kuensel

Vegetables, essentials and factory goods keep coming

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Despite the complete lockdown ordered by the government of India, the second gate that connects Phuentsholing to the infamous Bau Bazaar in Jaigaon was a busy place yesterday.