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Postal ballot facility for private sector likely to increase voter turnout

The Election Commission of Bhutan (ECB) has notified all eligible voters to register with the commission to be able to cast postal ballots in the upcoming local government (LG) elections.

LDCs demand more from developed countries at the COP26 

The Least Developed Countries (LDC) Group will call for increased funds...

Physiotherapy services are not well understood in the country

The demand for physiotherapy and rehabilitation services in the country is...

Instituting a social security system for monks and nuns

The zhung dratshang (Central Monastic Body) conducted workshops to institute a...

Eight scholarship students receive awards for academic excellence

To recognise the academic excellence of the 2020 batch of undergraduate...

Bhutan Space Week 2022 calls for proposals from teachers

Bhutan Space Week (BSW) 2022 is calling for space-related activity proposals from...

Entertainment businesses open in low-risk areas 

Except for drayangs, all entertainment centres in low-risk areas were officially allowed...

RIGSS study shows prospects of professionalising domestic help

Despite the adverse impact of the pandemic, the Bhutanese way of...

NCGS approves 145 projects with loan amount of Nu 492.01M  

The National Credit Guarantee Scheme (NCGS) has disbursed Nu 492.01 million...

Cellular companies to introduce 5G by the end of this year

Tashi InfoComm Limited (TICL, “TashiCell”) is gearing up to launch 5G...

Dechencholing murder victim’s family still deprived of justice

Almost a year and nine months after a nine-year-old girl was...

Streetlights don’t work in Mongar

The streetlights in Mongar town were installed and handed over to...

Chamgang jail incident was more than just a protest

While a team of three senior police officers are independently investigating...

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