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A research project to aid in policy decisions

A project, Bhutanese Knowledge for Indigenous Development (B-KIND), will begin in three focused dzongkhags to document and study the impacts of climate change faced by Bhutanese communities and find adaption strategies in consultation with policy-makers to benefit the communities.

Power tillers lying idle in remote Langchenphu gewog

Six power tillers issued by the then government, which are supposed...

Pandemic-affected project completion dates to be rescheduled

Following requests from contractors, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has approved...

Govt.’s focus to be on treatment and service provision: Health Minister

The Cabinet approved the issuance of bar licences to all the...

Returning to High Value, Low Volume

The tourism transformation must be viewed within the larger context of...

Mongar, Gelephu hospitals to perform overseas Visa health screening

For the convenience of the people wishing to travel abroad, two...

Budget constraints lead to 12th plan project cancellation

The government will not be able to carry out infrastructure projects...

The cost of schooling children 

It’s been almost three years since Tshomo from Goenpa Karpo village...

His Holiness ordains 144 nuns

About 144 nuns from Bhutan and neighbouring countries received Gelongma vows...

Tourism Levy Bill not just about USD 200: Lyonchhen

The introduction of the Tourism Levy Bill of Bhutan 2022, which...

Govt. building foundations for the economic road map

The government is building foundations for the 21st century economic road map...

Media literate LG for well-informed societies 

To help local government (LG) leaders use social media productively and...

Bhutan has enough foreign currency reserve: PM 

The government maintains that there is foreign currency reserve to last for more...

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