National Assembly bye-elections on June 29

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Bye-elections in Mongar and Nganglam constituencies will be held on June 29, according to a notification issued today by the Election Commission of Bhutan (ECB).

Urban poor at higher risk to climate change

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Conference: Rapid urbanisation could be a major hurdle in Bhutan’s…

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His Majesty the King at the winter youth engagement programme…

Climate change a threat to Bhutan’s food security

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Conference: Bhutan has shown impacts of climate change increasingly…

Ex Chang gup clarifies origin of land

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All land transactions were above board, he claims, and vetted…

Gearing up for the Visit Bhutan year

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Tourism: The tourism industry looks forward to a good year ahead,…

Inadequate fuel supply irks Dagana residents

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Fuel: Residents of Dagana are frustrated that they have to either…

Community forest mangt, the best defence against environmental degradation

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Symposium: Involvement of local communities is important in the…

Study to tackle traffic problems

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Traffic lights at certain junctions may be considered Management:…

Umsang – A village of yathra-weaving women

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A centre, first set up by YVIA, and later constructed by YDF,…

Court allows re-test of accused cop’s mental state

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RAPE: A second test to re-examine the mental state of the police…

Entry level for dzongda raised …

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… from the earlier division head at P1 level to a director…

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More than a thousand devotees gathered to receive blessings from…