Learning should continue, e-Learning is optional: PM

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Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said it was not compulsory to teach students through e-learning and there was never a government directive asking to do so. He emphasised, however, there was a need for students to continue learning.

Taxi drivers feel victimised

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The cabbies feel that they are picked on with regards to traffic…

Lapsed tsamdros appropriated by sons of the soils

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Former leaseholders, deprived of grazing rights, have received…

Eighteenth century lhakhang being renovated

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Wangditse: The over 300-year-old Wangditse Lhakhang located on…

Creating an Hindu Kush Himalayan network

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One main recommendation was to promote cooperation among the…

A golden scripture – the source of Zawa’s success

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Ever since the religious text was fortuitously found, this village…

Indian community celebrates Republic Day

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Occasion: His Majesty’s representative, the gyalpoi zimpon…

Crying need for detox centre

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A rehab unit without one lacks the necessary first step to a…

Fuelwood consumption shoots through the roof

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Kerosene, on the other hand, has shown a steady decline over…

Swiss software company to upscale operations at IT park

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IT Park: In another welcome move for the IT park, a Swiss company…

Mandarin exports exceed last year’s figures

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Trade: Despite frequent strikes in the bordering Indian states…

FCB quarterly supply to schools to ensure quality

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This reverting to an earlier system is the result of a demand…

Four sentenced for armed robbery

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Crime: Two minors and two students were sentenced to prison terms…