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Economic impact of Covid-19 worsening the malnutrition status in Asia and Pacific: UN

The two nationwide lockdowns affected the provision of free school meals for about 64,000 students in the country. Schools had to remain closed for almost the whole academic year.

Urban agriculture initiative grows potatoes in Thimphu

The workers with the urban agriculture initiative in Thimphu have returned...

Cabinet approves Bhutan’s first policy on tourism

The much-awaited tourism policy has finally been cleared by the Cabinet...

Business as usual in Thimphu from Monday

After 43 days of lockdown following a local outbreak of Covid-19,...

No time for relaxation

Life could go back to “normal,” meaning we could get back...

Labour ministry raises wages for BBP workers

The labour ministry raised monthly wage for employees of Build Bhutan...

Ferrosilicon price hits a record high 

The ferrosilicon export price has hit a record price with a...

We can cope with the COVID-19 crisis by “Being Resilient”

With Bhutanese youth asking many questions during the COVID-19 crisis, Dzongsar...

Only 45 percent covered during the second phase of mass vaccination in Tsirang 

About fifty percent of the population in Tsirang couldn’t receive the...

Watch your sleep, expert says

The lockdown has changed the sleeping pattern for many. Most remain...

Govt. expects strong economic recovery next fiscal year

The government is optimistic that the economy will see significant improvement...

Paro after lockdown relaxation

Four days after Paro was declared green zone locals are making...

PM to be among the first to take Covid-19 vaccine

Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering will be among the first recipients...

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