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Tala shutdown to cost Nu 840M

As the 1,020MW Tala hydropower plant will remain shut from the end of December to the end of March, the country is likely to lose revenue of about Nu 840 million (M).

Lack of consistency in application of laws raises questions

The Royal Audit Authority (RAA) had revoked audit clearances for some...

Annual Audit Report submitted to Parliament before prescribed time

The submission of the Annual Audit Report 2020-21 to Parliament has...

Bhutan records 22 new HIV cases in past five months

The country’s ambitious target to eliminate mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV...

LG candidates turn to High Court after last-minute bizarre disqualification 

Seven of the nine local leaders, whose audit clearances were revoked...

His Majesty enters quarantine after a Royal tour of the south

His Majesty The King arrived in Thimphu yesterday after a Royal...

Semjong Celebrates

Approximately 600 people from 72 families in Tsirang celebrated a major...

Gender-based violence rose by 53 percent during the pandemic

Gender-based violence in the country rose by 53.5 percent during the...

ECB repeats dhamngoi zomdus in three chiwogs 

Voters in Changyul-Loongsilgang-Tashijong chiwog in Punakha, Shingchongri chiwog in Pemagatshel, and...

CSOs should serve society, not selves: MPs

The review of the CSO (Amendment) Bill 2021 by National Assembly...

Phuentsholing beyond the 100 Covid-free days

When Phuentsholing came out of the four-month lockdown in August this...

No legal basis to question the use of General Reserve: Finance Minister

There is no basis to question the legality of the “technical...

89 percent of capital budget of 12th FYP to be exhausted this fiscal year

About 89 percent of the 12th Five-Year Plan (FYP) capital budget...

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