The right and wrong of journalism

Sixty-four percent of Bhutanese journalists reported that their request for information is often refused by authorities — for being  not authorised to share information, stating that information is under process, and does not have information, according to the State of Journalist Survey 2023 by Bhutan Media Foundation.

Rain brings relief to farmers

The rains last week might have disrupted some events of national...

Changyuel Galem’s ancestral house will be restored

Much to the relief of the descendants of the legendary Changyuel...

Goods and services become costlier by 4.53 percent in February

Bhutanese consumers are paying 4.53 percent more for the same basket...

Goling bypass nears completion after 12 years

Zhemgang—After about 12 years of waiting, the construction of the four-kilometer...

Bhutan’s Human Development Index progresses

Bhutan’s Human Development Index (HDI) witnessed a progressive growth, reaching 0.681...

Take EOL only for genuine reasons: PM

All civil and public servants should be entitled to extraordinary leave...

Dhamdhum and Norbugang industrial park to see major progress in 13th Plan

The Dhamdhum Industrial Park (DIP), designated for clean-tech industries, and the...

Suspect confesses to brutal crime in Motithang

A woman’s body was found concealed beneath stacks of cardboard boxes...

Smart irrigation, hopeful farmers

Trashiyangtse—Yes, smart phones to stop or release water in the irrigation...

Saima Wazed lauds Bhutan’s health system

The World Health Organization South-East Asia Regional Office (WHO-SEARO) regional director,...

Economic loss from drug-related arrests estimated at Nu 538 million last year: PM

The experts estimated an economic loss from drug-related arrests last year...

Talo Tsechu draw more visitors

The Talo Tsechu drew large crowds of both local and foreign...

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