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P/ling’s service sector struggling to find skilled workers

Small service sector businesses in Phuentsholing are finding it difficult to manage their daily businesses because of a lack of skilled workers. After foreign workers left following the border closure, many businesses are finding it difficult to hire help.

Skilled worker shortage in Mongar

Fabrication and automobile workshop owners in Mongar are facing difficulty to...

The burden of increasing housing rents

In about six months, the loan deferral service extended to Bhutanese...

No change on commodity prices due to increased transportation cost

The prices of the goods imported from third country have not...

Biodiversity Bill ensures benefits from genetic and biological resources

The National Assembly concluded deliberations on the Biodiversity Bill of Bhutan...

Monkey business at Supreme Court

The Supreme Court (SC) in Thimphu got an unusual visitor on...

The story behind the crash 

Thousands poured out their disappointment on social media when the National...

Four siblings contest for gup, mangmi and tshogpa in Samtenling

Khenpagang, a small village on a hill overlooking the plains of...

More people suffer stroke 

An average of five persons suffering from stroke visit Jigme Dorji...

Flood protection walls, stormwater drainage in disrepair in Gelephu

Residents living nearby small Ipoli stream at Namkhaling demkhong in Gelephu...

MoAF to expand export of farm produce

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF) is working to scale...

Wall collapse causes roadblock in Mongar

Residents in Mongar are questioning the quality of construction after a...

Penalty too light for gambling?

Bhutan’s Penal Code states that a person shall be guilty of the...

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