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Lockdown will continue until 72-hour testing

According to the Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering, the relaxation of lockdown in Thimphu, Paro, Haa, Trongsa, and Bumthang will be determined after testing by the third day of lockdown.

Phuentsholing residents question people coming from low-risk places

Although there is no evidence to prove, many in Phuentsholing allege...

Gelephu reports five community cases 

Four men and a woman residing at the Royal Bhutan Army...

Wild dogs menace increasing in Bumdeling

The problem of wild dogs preying on cattle in Bumdeling gewog...

Sarpang under pressure to increase quarantine and isolation capacity

Isolation and quarantine centres in Sarpang have come under pressure with...

An Omicron patient shares her experience

The symptoms were mild. It started with a headache, increase in...

Schools gear up to implement coding curriculum

‘Alien Attacks,’ a game developed by eight-grader Chencho Namgyel Ghalley, won...

Monetised vehicle quota for gups withheld 

The newly elected gups will not be given the option to...

Govt. bonds listed with RSEBL

Government bonds have now been listed with the Royal Securities and...

Phuentsholing on alert mode

Two new Covid-19 positive cases detected from the community yesterday have...

New guide for gups

The Department of Local Governance (DLG) launched the Community Contracting Protocol...

Policy and political corruption on the rise: Opposition

New forms of policy and political corruption have proliferated while corruption...

Bhutan to explore hydrogen as an alternative fuel source

The Department of Hydropower and Power Systems (DHPS) under the Ministry...

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