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Inward remittance falls by 30 percent in first six months

Despite the central bank’s initiative to improve remittance inflow from Bhutanese living abroad, the first six months saw a decrease in remittance inflow by about 30 percent compared to the same period last year.

Environment advocate calls for action against climate change

Last month, Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk, 40, walked all the way to...

Inflation below central bank’s upper threshold  

The cost of consumer goods and services dropped in August this...

Education dept. pays pvt. schools Nu 4.64M in excess

The Department of School Education (DSE) made an excess payment for...

Infrastructure development in Jigmeling industrial estate to complete by December

After years of slowdown due to Covid-19, development works at the...

Government departments merged and renamed for efficiency and relevance

The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) has reorganised the civil service...

Centre of Covid-19 decisions handed over to RIGSS

Two and half years ago when the Covid-19 pandemic hit the...

The Niguma: A once strictly-guarded yoga

Niguma Yoga, which once was strictly kept a secret, is now...

Calligraphy Art, a form of Buddhist Practice

Practising calligraphy art is a skilful means to see the nature...

Thimphu Tshechu

After destroying the spiteful enemies who persecute the beings and Buddhism,...

Black Mountain Festival highlights rich culture in Trongsa

Hundreds of residents from the five gewogs of Trongsa displayed various...

Gagging the Bhutanese media?

Even as Bhutan jumped to 33rd place in the global press...

Thousands attend Thimphu Dromchoe 

Thousands gathered at the courtyard of Trashichhodzong yesterday to witness the...

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