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Tourism sector sees silver lining on the horizon

At the Bhutan Echoes literary festival on April 24, the tourism sector made some concrete recommendations to move past the Covid-19 restrictions. 

Need for digital transformation echoes at Bhutan Echoes

As digital revolution becomes the buzz word in today’s concept of development,...

Solutions to mountain people’s problems should be found locally

Mountain countries like Bhutan should engage youth in finding solutions to...

An expensive affair

Complaining about your Nu 1,000 not buying you much? Here is...

Inspection team intercepts illegal drugs delivery at JDWNRH ward

Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital’s (JDWNRH) food inspection team intercepted...

Govt. bond oversubscribed, subscription peaked at Nu 4.25B

The government raised Nu 1.5 billion (B) through issuance of a...

Through 360-degree track in Tsirang

Popular among Bhutanese for its lush gardens, well-maintained footpaths, and green...

Community takes over children park in Phuentsholing

Phuentsholing thromde handed over the children park in Kabreytar to the...

Vulture attack kills a bull

A young bull died after the vultures attacked it on April...

Govt. struggles to use capital budget

Although the government relaxed the Covid-19 protocols, budgetary agencies struggled to...

170 bidders for 19 old Prados

If the virtual auction held on Saturday was any indication, Bhutanese...

Farmers resort to selling birds as egg cost slumps

Farmers in Sarpang have started selling poultry birds as increased cost...

Australia Awards trains 20 Bhutanese entrepreneurs

Twenty Bhutanese start-ups and established business owners participated in the Australia...

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