Bhutan launches pandemic preparedness project

The Minister of Health and the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock on July 5 jointly launched the Pandemic Fund project titled “Strengthening Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response through One Health Approach in Bhutan

FY 2024-25 budget down by about Nu 26 million

The National Assembly adopted the Budget Appropriation Bill for fiscal year...

Government to negotiate with telecos to reduce data cost

The internet data cost in Bhutan is among the highest in...

Local leaders prepare action plan for sustainable land management

Sarpang—For Tularam Tiwari, a 72-year-old retired soldier, and his 65-year-old wife...

Blacktopping of Peythari road to boost local economy

Punakha—For more than a decade and half, the 400 residents of...

How really to balance development with land use zoning?

For the first time, stakeholders and representatives from all 10 ministries...

Business leaders propose BBIN Chamber of Commerce to tackle trade barriers

The establishment of the BBIN Chamber of Commerce sub-region (Bangladesh, Bhutan,...

MoAL exploring new potato markets in Nepal and Bangladesh

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MoAL) is exploring new markets...

Govt. calls for collaborative effort to tackle crime against women and girls

Home Minister Tshering said that crimes against women and girls were...

Govt. to allocate Nu 2 billion from ESP to address NPL

The government has allocated Nu 2 billion from the Economic Stimulus...

PM outlines ambitious plans for FY 2024-2025

Eleven national highways will be widened and seven new highways will...

Personal loans not limited to Nu 0.5 million: FM

Finance Minister Lekey Dorji said that individuals can avail personal loans...

NC endorses compensation for HWC and from natural calamities

The National Council (NC) adopted the recommendation of compensation-related policies for...

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