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Improper distribution system incur farmers losses 

While urban areas complain of vegetable shortage, rural commercial farmers are grappling with losses from damaged or returned farm produce for lack of swift distribution mechanism and communication among authorities. 

Tourism identified as a key driver to realise USD 10B GDP target

It would take at least five more years for the tourism...

Education ministry’s indecision tortures P/ling teachers and parents 

With eight days to start school, many parents and teachers in...

Offices and institutions in Thimphu could open only next month

Offices, institutions and schools in Thimphu would not open until the...

Three-star hotel under ACC “freeze notice” getting damaged

While the land encroachment case between the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and...

Taskforce to review SOP

The National Covid-19 Task Force will head to Paro to review...

APEMS in Sri Lanka hope for government support 

Given the need for health professionals in the country, the then...

Handicraft shopowners fear starting new business will not be viable

Almost a year out of business, handicraft shop owners say they...

A Promise Kept

At the GAVI Virtual Vaccine Summit in June last year, Prime...

Highland sales counter in Haa struggles to sell products

As a class 10 drop out struggling to work in the...

Economic Roadmap targets GDP of USD 10B by 2030

The 21st Century Economic Roadmap task force has finalised a draft...

MDP workers asked to leave as mechanisation takes over

After undergoing the Covid-19 test, 75 loaders left their job at...

Vaccination to start with Bhutanese travelling outside 

While the government is still going for a mass Covid-19 vaccination...

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