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Protected farming to fight human-wildlife-conflict 

Pema Letro and his wife Tshering Zangmo’s house at Jigmeling, Gelephu is located on the way that elephants use to cross. 

Towards building vibrant communities — Ka Ja Throm

October 13, Paro—After days of heavy downpours, the skies have cleared....

Dhumra: The picture of Bhutan’s true hospitality

The best view of the famous Punakha Dzong can be had...

Remembering Manglabari—A buzzing town of yesteryears

All their neighbours have moved away. The last few who held...

Santa Kumar Limboo a rising youth footballer 

Santa Kumar Limboo, 19, of Ugyen Academy FC in Punakha has grabbed the...

Conserving indigenous poultry breeds—sustainable production

Local chicken breeds are not only highly adapted to the natural environment but...

Bhutan’s first fully fledged fabric Manufacturing company

Only two industries at Dhamdum Industrial Park (DIP) in Samtse have...

Zhabdrung Choglay Lhakhang in Dagana

Early 1770s: After the death of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, a civil...

On the bike to Lunana and back

Sunspots on his face haven’t gone away yet but his tired...

Deepen’s ornamental fish farm

A new entrepreneurial venture, ornamental fish farming, has found its way...

Black-necked crane summering in Haa

Black-necked cranes aren’t summer birds in Bhutan. Flying over the mighty...

Slipper-making business: A youth dreams big

Nyizergang, Tsirang—It’s a big venture. Here is Datta Ram Chamlagai’s slipper-making...

For farmers by farmers

Every season, farmers in the country lament as their hard-earned produce...

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