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Rains damage about 1,945MT of rice in Paro

The continuous rainfall in the past three days damaged about 793 acres of paddy fields damaging an estimated 1,945 metric tonnes of rice production in Paro.

Clogged drains cause surface runoff in Hongkong Market

The incessant rain for the past three days has not only...

His Majesty’s Kidu mobile medical camp for highlanders 

Covering one of the remotest parts of the country, His Majesty’s...

Police to charge BPC’s sexual harassment case to court next week

Investigations into the sexual harassment case at the Bhutan Power Corporation...

Schools and parents still unaware of substance abuse treatment

A central school in Trashiyangtse expelled four students recently after they...

67 days without a new Covid-19 community case; Phuentsholing is hopeful

It may take a long time for Phuentsholing to return to...

Elephants rampaging paddy fields in Pelrithang every night

Farmers in Pelrithang Khatoed in Gelephu have to spend sleepless nights...

DHI BizAP digital skill-up freelancing for de-suups

The Druk Holding and Investments Limited’s (DHI) second round of the...

Observing and documenting climate change 

A team of officials from the tourism, environment, and forest sectors...

Bjagay Menchhu’s growing popularity

Known for its healing properties, Bjagay Menchhu in Paro is a...

Selection of contract teachers based on merit: MoE

Graduates with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) in Dzongkha are questioning the...

Fuel prices increase again

Price of fuel increased to an all-time high with petorl costing Nu...

Dzongkhag administration requests LG to increase internet speed in schools

Tsirang dzongkhag administration requested local government officials to increase the internet...

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