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DCA dismisses Drukair’s safety concerns

Aviation: The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has found no cause for concern regarding similarity in radio call signs between Drukair and Tashi Air subsidiary Bhutan Airlines. A radio call sign is assigned to a specific aircraft and used by an Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower to give instructions to that aircraft using radio communications, […]

Collecting garbage in a Greener Way

The private agency finds it has to raise awareness as much...

THE DRAGON BOYS

1. Ugyen Dorji (Upay) plays as midfielder for Drukstar FC and...

Tshoglham – The king of shoes

The traditional boot, though deemed sacred, is seeing some modern design...

Chothrul Dawa – The month of miracles

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO: The first month of the...

A ready reckoner to getting ‘ripped’

HEALTH AND FITNESS: I’m a big fan of yours and have...

Experiments with indigenous textiles

DESIGN: Bhutanese textiles have seen many transformations over the span of...

Another historic battle won in Changlimithang

Bhutan comes through two-leg encounter with Sri Lanka 3-1 to qualify...

Foreign minister pleads for acquittal from two charges

Update: In his last rebuttal submission yesterday, foreign minister Rinzin Dorje...

Two killed in Nganglam hit-and-run incident

The driver of the Bolero that hit the motorcycle though has...

Three Mongar gup candidates shortlisted for second round

By-Election: Twenty-five days after its first by-election to elect the Mongar...

Bid to bring Thimphu and Wangdue even closer

Nahi-Chamgang highway proposed will reduce inter-district distance by half DT: Local...

TCB to conduct satellite accounting

A means of generating data with a view to promote domestic...

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