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Five religious organisations recognised for promoting social welfare

The Chhoedey Lhentshog under the home ministry recognised five registered religious organisations on June 18 for their contribution towards promoting social cohesion and harmony.

Police detains eight people for alleged smuggling of contraband substances

Police in Gedu and Thimphu detained eight people for allegedly trafficking...

Landslides kill four in Samdrupjoingkhar, injure more 

A search party is still looking for a man washed away...

KHEL’s play hampers locals in Trashiyangtse

The Kholongchhu Hydro Energy Limited or KHEL was seen as the harbinger...

ACC detains three immigration officials in P’ling for alleged embezzlement

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is currently investigating an alleged case of...

Baunijhora flood creates havoc in Pasakha again

The bridge over Baunijhora stream at Pasakha, Phuentsholing remained closed to...

Eastern highways prone to landslides, blocks

The landslides blocking the Samdrupjongkhar-Trashigang highway at various points have been...

Accountant in Dagana allegedly misappropriates millions

The Royal Audit Authority earlier this month forwarded a case of...

Stakeholders endorse national interpretation for conservation project 

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Bhutan in collaboration with relevant government and...

Ecotourism potentials in Zhemgang

Zhemgang Dzongkhag’s boundary intersects with that of the Royal Manas National...

Bridge over Akhuri to ease travel for villagers

Villagers of Lauri and Serthi gewogs in Jomotshangkha, Samdrupjongkhar around this...

Fuel dealers request government to consider previous pricing module

The four fuel dealers in the country have requested the Ministry...

NA committee raises high interest rates issue

The National Assembly passed the economic and finance committee’s (EFC) recommendation...

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