His Majesty The King offered prayers and a thousand butterlamps for His Highness the Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah at the Samdrupjongkhar Rabdey Dratshang yesterday morning. His Majesty is on a tour of the east and south of Bhutan, accompanied by His Royal Highness The Gyaltshab, Prime Minister, and Chairperson of the National Council.
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The government’s decision to disperse vendors from the Centenary Farmers’ Market (CFM) with little or no preparation has affected hundreds of their families, the Opposition Party said in a letter to the government.
Commodity prices have risen dramatically over the last few months as the measures taken to contain Covid-19 had a major impact on food supplies in the country.
Small, but important steps are being made in growing rice in Sergithang gewog, Tsirang with the government focusing on import substituting of rice, the staple of many Bhutanese.
A man in his early 20s was found dead in a bush on the night of September 27 near Kuengarabten.
The deceased who is from Samcholing is said to have suffered a head injury and cut on the neck.
Ridhawo, the only village in Dangchhu Gewog in Wangdue that grows paddy is expected to receive improved irrigation water supply next year.
Local leaders of Paro have changed their minds. They are now not happy with the Paro Valley Development Project, a 20-year development and land use plan for the preservation of cultural landscape, topography and the natural environment among others. There is pressure on the limited land available for construction. Land value has soared overnight and […]
The commercial paddy production in Gelephu, introduced by Farm Machinery Corporation Limited (FMCL) in 2017 near the fishery area, could cultivate only 25 acres of paddy this year.
The three-day Gangtey tshechu will conclude today without the usual throng of spectators or the hawkers with their merchandise outside Gangtey Monastery.
With no experience or knowledge about agriculture, three youth from Radhi, Trashigang embarked on commercial agriculture farming few months ago solely riding on the government’s free support and goodwill of their relatives.
Chilli, one of the main source of income for the farmers of Bemji, Trongsa has failed this year leaving villagers worried.
At this time of the year usually the farmers begin to harvest and sell chillies.
The 15th annual consultations between Bhutan and Japan on economic cooperation was held virtually yesterday.
Things are falling into place for the defending champions after recently suffering two consecutive defeats at home.
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