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5G by end of this year

By December, residents in core areas of Thimphu and Paro could access 5G cellular network that is expected to be 10 times faster than a 4G network.  

Bhutan would be only the second country in the SAARC region, after the Maldives, to introduce 5G. 

Nutrition, not hunger, is the issue

Hunger is not public health issue in the country. For more than...

Police investigating sexual harassment case at the Royal Tutorial Project

Thimphu police are investigating a case in which a 22-year-old woman...

No local Covid-19 cases for 45 straight days

Bhutan has not reported any positive Covid-19 cases from the community...

12th Five-Year Plan reprioritised to stimulate growth 

Construction of dry ports at Pasakha, Gelephu, and Nganglam are some...

Are we normalising sexual harassment?

Long ago, even today in some rural villages, men and women...

BPC management yet to investigate sexual harassment case

A week after a case of alleged sexual harassment occurred at...

Hydropower generation decreases by over 12 percent

Hydropower, which has remained the bedrock of the economy during the...

Bhutan celebrates 50 years of UN membership

More than 50 years after His late Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck...

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...

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