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41 people lost lives building Punatsangchu projects

Bereaved families compensated well

Safety: Search is still on for the body of a 37-year old expatriate worker who lost his balance and drowned in the Punatsangchu on July 28 while he was working at the dam complex of Punatsangchu Hydro Power Project Authority II (PHPA II).

OAG to appeal on use of DCM truck, not Lhakhang Karpo

Even after appealing the case to the High Court, the OAG...

Home minister and holders of constitutional offices appointed

Appointment: His Majesty The King yesterday granted dhar to...

Relocation of air force camp finalised

… the move has been welcomed by the two airlines as...

Bhutan home to 103 tigers

The presence of the big cat was higher outside the protected...

High Court orders OAG to prosecute

Laws and the constitutional roles of ACC and OAG should not...

SC orders judges to use discretion…

... while interpreting the compensatory damages clause in the Penal Code

High Court to hold show cause hearing today

The appeal cases have been divided between the two benches, one...

The authorised absence’s dilemma

The case of foreign minister’s absence from office has raised several...

29 HIV positives detected in seven months

Health: Bhutan detected at least four new HIV positive...

Dungsam outsources plant operation

Humboldt Wedag India Private Limited will operate the plant for two...

A change in ministerial portfolio proposed

Home minister Damcho Dorji to be transferred as the foreign minister...

Thromdes, a harbinger of development?

Besides being a Constitutional mandate, the details of what being a...

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