English | Dzongkha Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Duped Bhutanese students takes consultancy to court

Five Bhutanese students are taking legal action against an education consultancy firm who had promised them admission into a Malaysian college along with part time jobs.

Yoeseltse farmers worried over delay in summer paddy cultivation

Farmers of Yoeseltse in Samtse are worried that their summer paddy cultivation will be delayed. They say the spring paddy cultivated by the agriculture ministry in March this year will be ready for harvest after over two months.

Naming & shaming of suspects is unconstitutional: Judges

Judicial officials said naming and showing pictures of crime suspects are against the Constitution. They shared this legal perspective at the ongoing workshop for Judiciary and Media in Thimphu.

Flood in Trashi Yangtse damages public infrastructure

Last night’s flash floods in Boomdeling Gewog in Trashi Yangtse have washed away bridges and destroyed irrigation canals and paddy fields. Heavy rainfall is said to have triggered floods at around 6 in the evening.

Remarkable improvement in Bhutan’s overall health care

Bhutan’s overall health system has seen phenomenal progress over the past five decades.

Je Khenpo administers Wang in Darla Gewog

His Holiness the Je Khenpo administered Chenrizee Wang to a large number of devotees gathered at Rinchentse Lhakhang under Darla Gewog in Chhukha today.

Govt. gets Excise Duty Refund claim of almost Nu 3bn

Bhutan received Excise Duty Refund claim of about Nu 3bn from the Government of India (GoI) in Thimphu today.

Teachers to improve English language, communication skills

All teachers across the country will undergo training to improve their English language and communication skills.

Government to propose for 11th sitting of the Parliament

The government will propose for an additional sitting of the Parliament to be held in May or June next year.

REC towards digitised text book for students

The Royal Education Council (REC) is likely to come up with digitized text books for students in the country. The REC is currently carrying out feasibility studies.

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