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Lhuentse town development work delays

Road widening and infrastructure development work of Lhuentse town, which was scheduled to complete by January 2022, is delayed.

First batch of 31 laid-off drayang employees complete entrepreneurship training

Kunzang Dema, a drayang employee who lost her job after the...

Class X performance worst in 11 years

Performance of class X students dropped to the lowest, to 70.12...

De-suung National Service water project to benefit Gyalpoizhing residents

The De-suung National Service handed over a water project in Gyalpoizhing...

Entertainment centres to open from May 2

With the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) announcing further relaxations of Covid-19...

Institutionalising water management system to address shortages

The government will institutionalise a wholesome water management system through a...

Supreme court acquits BNB official in RICB embezzlement case

The Supreme Court had acquitted Bhutan National Bank’s (BNB) assistant credit...

BCCI submits measures to help tourism sector 

A moratorium on loan repayment, subsidy and fiscal incentives to promote...

WWF Bhutan’s support to enhance land surveying

The National Land Commission Secretariat (NLCS), with a state-of-art mapping drone,...

Excess liquidity discourages short term deposits

Financial service providers (FSPs) in the country are no longer entertaining...

NCGS approves 114 projects in production and manufacturing sector

With 32 more projects approved on April 21 this year, National...

BMHC still investigating the fourth Covid patient’s death

Bhutan Medical and Health Council (BHMS) is still investigating the death...

More resources to tackle the mounting waste problem

There was hope and optimism in the spring air to the...

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