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Nu 15.5M spent on testing people for Covid-19

The government has so far spent more than Nu 15.5 million...

Hotel and restaurants expect rent waivers

Despite interest waivers on housing loans for three months starting April,...

Man stabbed in Samdrupjongkhar

A policeman has allegedly stabbed a 22-year-old man in Samdrupjongkhar around...

Import of rice increase by 18 percent

Despite successive governments’ efforts to boost agricultural production over the years,...

Waiving off house rent

At a private sector meeting held yesterday, one issue that dominated...

Wildlife biologist wins the Whitley Awards

Phuntsho Thinley (PhD), a wildlife biologist, won the prestigious Whitley Award...

Two airlines operating relief flights

As Covid-19 continues to spread across the globe, the aviation industry...

Science and the Internet: the new normal for learning

In early 2019, I stumbled across a post on Reddit which...

Wood-based industries close without skilled labourers

In the absence of skilled woodworkers from across the border due...

Private schools look at mid-May to resume classes

Private schools in the country are hoping to reopen by mid...

Four Bhutanese in New York recovered

The number of new coronavirus cases has reached alarming rates in...

Hardware shops see a surge in demand, run out of goods

With the border gate closed and Jaigaon under lockdown, hardware shops...

Chef quarantined after touching notes tossed from facility

A 22-year-old chef has been quarantined after he had come in...

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