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Twisting planned and budgeted activities raises questions

With the reprioritisation of budgetary resources in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, some of the planned activities have been deprioritised or dropped from the 12th Five-Year Plan (FYP). 

To whom should the thrompon report to?

Thrompons are their own bosses. There is no parent organisation in...

Talking about mental health: First important step to cure

Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1994:  A Bhutanese student was mentally disturbed following a violent...

Urban agriculture initiative struggling to keep beneficiaries

Under the urban agriculture initiative, the Department of Agriculture plans to...

A wait too long for Thimphu residents

When Thimphu Thromde decided to construct the first overhead pedestrian bridge...

Land prices skyrocketing in Gelephu

Land prices in Gelephu, a future commercial hub of the country,...

Waste problem in Narphung town

Without waste collection facilities, Narphung town residents have to dump their...

Shamed coach sued for passive bribery

Druk Stars Football Club’s former coach, Kota Namgay, who was earlier...

Government revising mines and minerals rules and regulations

Following the Parliament’s failure to pass the Mines and Minerals Bill...

Persons with disabilities to venture into group businesses

The Disabled People’s Organisation (DPO) is helping 45 persons with disabilities...

HRAB asks for relief measures post Covid-19 

Representing hoteliers, the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Bhutan (HRAB), wants...

Villagers seek better fencing to reduce wildlife attacks on crops 

The villagers of Tangsibji chiwog in Trongsa have been losing a...

VAST Bhutan’s wind horses in New York

Made of fallen and faded prayer flags, three horse sculptures inspired...

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