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Bhutan celebrates 50 years of UN membership

More than 50 years after His late Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck delivered this landmark address in 1971, after Bhutan’s successful admission to the United Nations Organisation (UN), the country marks the momentous day today with many thousand kilometres of roads, bridges, thousand more monastic and modern schools, modern communications facilities, and free health care services.  

MoE seeks urgent strategised interventions to improve students’ performance 

Around 46 percent of Class IV-XII students scored lower than 40...

Sexual harassment rampant in offices?

Even as Thimphu police are investigating an alleged sexual harassment case...

Parties renewing membership without consent?

Despite being the ruling party, the Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) has...

Autonomous REC merged with MoE again

As recommended in the Royal Civil Service Commission’s (RCSC) organisational development...

No pool at the Swimming Pool Complex  

The swimming pool that catered to many Bhutanese interested in swimming...

Lhengye Zhungtshog Act comes into force

The Lhengye Zhungtshog Act, which has some bearings on the functioning...

Bhutan to achieve herd immunity by first week of October 

By early next month, Bhutan would have achieved herd immunity as...

His Majesty grants dhar to new layog lyonpo and others

His Majesty The King granted dhar to formally appoint a new...

SC revokes ACC’s suspension order against three contractors

The Supreme Court (SC) revoked a suspension order the Anti-Corruption Commission...

200,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine to land today

The biggest consignment of Pfizer vaccine, about 200,000 doses will land...

Consumers don’t benefit from revised customs duty

Despite the customs duty revision two months ago, prices of imported...

CodeMonkey yet to reach schools in rural pockets

The Ministry of Education has released about 100,000 CodeMonkey user accounts...

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