industriesKuensel

Medium and small industries affected without skilled labourers

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The relaxation of lockdown has helped manufacturing units and industries in Sarpang bring in raw materials, but the firms are facing a shortage of hands to continue business. 
FCBLKuensel

Vegetable export comes to a halt

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While it is the peak vegetable production season for farmers and a chance to earn by selling vegetables at the auction yard in Phuentsholing, export to India via Jaigaon has come to an abrupt halt since July 6.
organicKuensel

Wamrong court denies police request

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Thrimshing police submitted in writing what they previously requested verbally to the Wamrong court to summon Namgay Zam, for questioning her on the Facebook post she wrote on July 5, where she alleged police of fabricating facts. 
organicKuensel

WHO to revisit guidelines for indoor spaces

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has acknowledged that there is emerging evidence that the new coronavirus could possibly be airborne.  
organicKuensel

Five accused in antique Kuthang case

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Office of Attorney General has charged five individuals, including a woman with purchase and sell of four antique Kuthangs from a private Lhakhang in Kuengarabten.
PhuentsholingKuensel

With many shops closed, P’ling is seeing who operates them

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After the government ordered to close down entertainment centres in the wake of the pandemic, Tshering Yangzom,32, a karaoke owner in Phuentsholing opened up a grocery shop for sustenance.
taxi parkingKuensel

Queue system for taxi ignites debate

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It’s not just a makeover. The taxi drivers at parking lot in front of Viva City have to queue up for efficient service delivery.
Damchu Haa roadKuensel

Wangchhu bridge to be ready by October

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Contrary to media reports, Dantak officials maintain that the construction of 204-metre Wangchu Bridge along Damchu-Haa road is on track and would be open for traffic by October.
organicKuensel

Phase II of relief kidu begins 

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The second phase of the Druk Gyalpo’s Relief Kidu to provide further support for people whose lives were adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic began last week.  
organicKuensel

Covid-19 pushes some priorities to backseat

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Some of the government’s top priorities have taken the backseat as development activities and programmes had to be reprioratisatised in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
eGPKuensel

Government launches second phase of e-GP

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Since the launch of the electronic government procurement (e-GP) system in June 2017, 4,683 tenders have been floated through the system amounting to over Nu 7.2 billion worth of contracts.
organicKuensel

Police asks court to summon Namgay Zam for questioning 

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Thrimshing police yesterday submitted to the Wamrong court to summon “social media influencer,”  Namgay Zam, to court for questioning her on the Facebook post she wrote on July 5, where she alleged police of fabricating facts.
organicKuensel

Guides reap fruits of their hard work

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Three months ago, a group consisting of eight tourist guides ventured into organic agriculture. Today the group is successfully harvesting their hard work.