BDTF directs education ministry to establish special school

In response to the increasing number of drug users, particularly among students, the National Drug Task Force (NDTF) has directed the Ministry of Education and Skill Development to accelerate the establishment of a special school in Yonphula, Trashigang.

Bhutan to host sustainable finance conference to protect tigers

The roar for conservation grows louder as the Tiger Conservation Coalition...

RSPN and BirdLife Asia to conserve Gangtey -Phobjikha wetland and support local livelihoods

To safeguard the Gangtey-Phobjikha wetland and support the livelihoods of locals,...

Land management helps Trashiyangtse farmers

Trashiyangtse—Tshering Yueden of Bimkhar in Trashiyangtse has revived about 1.8 acres...

Paro Airport: History of one of the World’s Most Challenging Airports

“High terrain and steep mountain adjacent to the apt. Rapid phenomenon...

Damchu-Haa highway is expected to be completed by September

The construction of the 51-kilometer Wanakha-Haa highway, originally set to be...

Bartsham farmers learn to go organic

Trashigang—Jamyang Phuntsho holds freshly harvested cabbage and cauliflower. These nutritious vegetables...

GBCL initiates restoration project at Habrang mine

The Green Bhutan Corporation Limited (GBCL) is gearing up to embark...

Strengthening quinoa initiative for food security and sustainable agri-system

Quinoa farming in Bhutan has been facing production, post-production, marketing and...

Bumdeling farmers find hope in green tea

Trashiyangtse—Small, but important steps are being made in processing Bamdir green...

Bar Council AGM advocates access to justice for all

Her Royal Highness (HRH) Princess Sonam Dechan Wangchuck graced the opening...

Diabetes and hypertension cases continue to rise

Diabetes and hypertension (high blood pressure) continue to be among the...

Tobacco use kills over 400 every year

Consumption of tobacco products claims the lives of over 400 individuals...

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