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Understanding mental health and well-being: Me For Myself

About 50 Bhutanese youths are engaged in the Me For Myself (M4M) campaign that focuses on mental health and well-being.

Commercial youth farmers wait for NLCS’s approval

To expand their commercial farming, a youth group in Samarchu, Dagana,...

Embracing solar power to promote clean energy

To diversify renewable energy resources, Department of Renewable Energy (DRE) launched...

Geptay-Satsam road in dire need of maintenance

Motorists and pedestrians commuting towards Geptay from Paro town are frustrated...

Chang residents disappointed with agriculture marketing agent 

Thimphu dzongkhag agriculture officials will assess the performance of the agriculture...

JAB trains rural communities on citizen journalism

As part of the Journalists’ Association of Bhutan’s (JAB) effort to...

Swimming pools: New attraction in Damphu town

The new swimming pool is the talk of Damphu town. Located between...

Class VII and VIII students in P/ling return to schools

A 12-year-old Class VII student of Phuentsholing Lower Secondary School (PLSS),...

Khelekha block open for commuters

Almost three days after the road width at Khelekha along the...

Creating pathways for sustainable food systems

Various representatives from stakeholders relevant to the agricultural sector yesterday took...

Rape in Punakha

Police in Punakha detained a 27-year-old man for allegedly raping his...

Subsidised rural timber allotment begins

The inspection team for subsidised rural timber composed of gewog administrative...

Senior teachers say criteria for principal selection unfair

Local leaders in Dagana recently called on the education ministry to...

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