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BTA to install CCTV cameras in taxis

For better taxi service and to curb the cases of theft and crime, Bhutan Taxi Association (BTA) has proposed to install CCTV cameras in taxis in the country.

Mongar and Gelephu hospitals to do overseas visa health tests

Those applying for Australian visa will not have to travel all...

RMA cautions public against Tallwin Life Plan ponzi scheme

A ponzi scheme called Tallwin Life Plan has been luring Bhutanese...

Battery and substance abuse continue to be leading criminal offences

The number of criminal offences has risen dramatically in 2022. In 2021,...

Maize sheller helps farmers in Tsirang 

Lok Maya Tamang had a sleepless night on December 16. Earlier...

No end to water shortage in Wamrong

Bringing water from nearby places has become a daily routine for...

Finance ministry asks agencies to pay contractors on time

The finance minister notified the budgetary agencies to pay the bills...

Tackling unemployment through skills development 

To support job-seekers and address the youth unemployment problem, the Ministry...

Court convicts couple for theft 

The Punakha dzongkhag court earlier this month convicted a couple for...

Mandatory Dzongkha insert did not serve the purpose: PM

Lyonchhen Dr Lotay Tshering said that the rule mandating at least a one-page...

BKP deregisters with ECB

One of the oldest political party, Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party (BKP) has...

PM tells BCSEA to consider performance in school for 40 Trashitse students

Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said that he has asked the...

Government looks to achieve 100 percent icitisation in schools

The education ministry’s flagship programme to ictise schools across the country...

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