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Sanam Lyonpo questioned on human-wildlife conflict

Last year, the government spent Nu 11 million to fence 500 acres of farmlands to protect crops from wild animals, according to Sanam (Agriculture) Lyonpo Yeshey Penjor.

Involving community to protect children

Despite having legal frameworks and numerous agencies providing services to children...

What is gov’t trying to amend in the LG Act?

After deferring the amendment of the Local Government (Amendment) Bill twice,...

RCP benefits rural communities

A few years ago, villagers of Roelmateng in Lhuntse had to...

Common forums for Nganglam bye-election end

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the two National Assembly bye-election candidates of...

We have enough food stock: Agriculture Minister

Sanam Lyonpo (Agriculture Minister) Yeshey Penjor yesterday said that the ministry...

Three quarantined in Zhemgang for breaching Covid-19 protocol

Zhemgang Covid-19 task force quarantined three people travelling from Nganglam to...

Delay in instructor recruitment delays opening of much needed ECCD 

Four months after the inauguration of Tshalumaphey Early Childhood Care Development...

MPs question ministers about vaccine and PUBG 

The government’s plan is to vaccinate the residents of high-risk areas...

Govt. mulls over legalising cannabis

The government delayed tabling the Narcotic Drugs, Psychotropic Substances and Substance...

First phase of lockdown relaxation begins in Merak

Twenty-six days into complete lockdown, the first phase of lockdown relaxation...

Gewog leader detained for false claim of rural life insurance

Police in Zhemgang detained the gewog mangmi of Shingkhar gewog since...

Nu 5M raised in two days 

On June 9, Loselling MSS sought funds for its student who...

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