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Making organic compost from degradable waste

The Centenary Farmers Market (CFM) in Thimphu produces a minimum of 500kg of degradable waste daily.

The waste goes to landfills and produces a strong unpleasant smell, leachate, and combustible gas, which are environmentally unfriendly and hazardous to health.   

Lauri residents unhappy with GC road blacktopping progress

Blacktopping of the Lauri gewog centre (GC) road in Samdrupjongkhar, which...

A wall to connect and provide safety

It has been some time since Phuentsholing Thromde has initiated repair...

MoH plans booster doses for priority groups

With the threat from Covid-19 pandemic still looming large, more so...

Lunchuna: The urban village without a road

Lunchuna, right next to the Rinpung Dzong, was once the most...

Gaydrung’s future is still in the balance

With less than four months for their employment contracts to end,...

Punatsangchu I tops irregularities

Among the 197 audit reports the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) issued...

Civil servants raise concern over removal and merging of positions

Around 35 civil servants submitted a petition to Prime Minister Dr...

Trashiyangtse has one female candidate amongst 22 gup candidates 

Of the 22 gup candidates in Trashiyangtse, only one is female.

Heritage at Risk as urbanization spreads

A mystical land of majestic mountains dotted with religious monuments like...

Precious time lost as street address implementation drags

A few years ago, a car accident victim in Thimphu city...

Health secretaries push for more budget 

Fluctuation in the budget for health sector with change in the...

Khamdang-Ramjar MP resigns

Member of Parliament Kuenga Loday from Khamdang-Ramjar constituency, Trashiyangtse has tendered...

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