EVMs: Public perception in Bhutan and India

Despite lingering reservations among electorates in Bhutan and India regarding Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), officials from both countries say that these machines are secure, reliable, and efficient.

BATIF showcases Bhutan’s entrepreneurial spirit with unique local products

About 40 entrepreneurs present at Coronation Park in Thimphu displayed a...

Electricity imports surge six-fold during lean season

Electricity imports during the lean season increased significantly compared to last...

Venturing into agri-tourism and labelling for development

Bhutan has embarked on agri-tourism and labelling initiatives to boost exports...

Khyentse Norbu premieres his new movie online and it is more than he expected

After being rejected by over 30 film festivals, from Sundance to...

Bhutan seeks tech revolution to uplift traditional agriculture

Despite agriculture sector employing nearly half of Bhutan’s population, it remains...

Bhutan to increase agriculture sector’s contribution to USD 854 million by 2034

In line with the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Bhutan’s...

Village continues to grow despite water shortage

Khasakha village in Thimphu is a shining example of how a...

Drukair sees surge in tourist arrivals, improving financial performance after Covid-19

Drukair’s financial performance improved post-Covid-19, driven by a rise in tourist...

Kangpar residents cry for reliable TV connection

Kangpar—For years, the residents of Kangpar, a remote village in Trashigang,...

Quinoa-based dishes win recipe contest

A good homemaker can also be a good dish-maker, as Deki...

Water crisis grips Khasakha village

If a persistent water shortage plagues the capital city, can a...

Govt will introduce enabling FDI policy for agriculture sector

Recognisng the importance of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the agriculture...

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