Welcoming returnees need clear policy

While the government is trying to implement programmes for the skilled Bhutanese living abroad to return to the country, there is no clear policy to make them feel welcomed and at ease.

DGPC and Adani Group to collaborate on Wangchhu project

The Druk Green Power Corporation (DGPC) and India’s Adani Group signed...

CTF receives MPs’ support at National Assembly

A total of 34 members of parliament (MPs) showed support for...

Policy gaps identified between development and environmental conservation

Bhutan’s environmental conservation framework lacks clarity in addressing development projects’ impacts...

Clean cooking initiative to tap carbon market for emission reductions

A pilot project prompting clean cooking, listed as a potential initiative...

YDF celebrates 25 years of empowering young lives

The Youth Development Fund (YDF), over the past 25 years, has...

NA withdraws Impeachment Procedure Bill of Bhutan 2024

The National Assembly (NA) withdrew the Impeachment Procedure Bill of Bhutan...

NC cautions government on big budget risks

Despite limited time for questions on the 13th Plan presented by...

NA to deliberate legal marriage age

After seven years, the Marriage Act is being revisited in Parliament....

Burbula-Buyang stretch set to improve

About 4.2 kilometres of road between Burbula and Buyang will soon...

Celebrating heroes: The life-saving impact of blood donors in Bhutan

One blood donor can save three lives. Such a selfless act...

Producer price (ex-factory) drops 4.02 percent in first quarter

Inflation eased for Bhutanese producers in the first quarter of this...

MoENR minister quizzed on hydropower and minerals

The members of Parliament questioned the Minister of Energy and Natural...

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