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Climate change a threat to Bhutan’s food security

Conference: Bhutan has shown impacts of climate change increasingly over the years, but the agriculture sector, the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, has a long to-do list. At the ongoing regional climate change conference in Thimphu yesterday, agriculture department’s deputy chief, Tenzin Drugyel said a glacial lake outburst flood in 1994 affected […]

Ex Chang gup clarifies origin of land

All land transactions were above board, he claims, and vetted by...

Gearing up for the Visit Bhutan year

Tourism: The tourism industry looks forward to a good year ahead,...

Inadequate fuel supply irks Dagana residents

Fuel: Residents of Dagana are frustrated that they have to either...

Community forest mangt, the best defence against environmental degradation

Symposium: Involvement of local communities is important in the management of...

Study to tackle traffic problems

Traffic lights at certain junctions may be considered Management: In an...

Umsang – A village of yathra-weaving women

A centre, first set up by YVIA, and later constructed by...

Court allows re-test of accused cop’s mental state

RAPE: A second test to re-examine the mental state of the...

Entry level for dzongda raised …

… from the earlier division head at P1 level to a...

Picture story

More than a thousand devotees gathered to receive blessings from the...

Pilgrim’s progress

COVER STORY: Here, at Druk Amitabha Mountain in Nepal, there are...

Ways beyond mountains

YOUTH IN FOCUS: I am a college student and have been...

Kago or Giving Order

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO: Buddhism holds that sentient beings are...

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