English | Dzongkha Thursday, April 26, 2018

People of Tashichhoeling Dungkhag vaccinated following rabies outbreak

People of Tashichholing Dungkhag are being given anti-rabies vaccination following outbreak of rabies on Sunday.

Thimphu fuel depots to be relocated to ease traffic congestion

Thimphu Thromde is working towards executing their plan to relocate the fuel depots in Lungtenzampa and Chubachu.

After facelift, Dungchen Menchu hot spring sees more visitors

Of late, locals of Dagana District have started to have hot stone bath in Dungchen Menchu.

Damchu-Chhukha bypass to open to traffic this summer

After missing several deadlines, Damchu-Chhukha bypass will finally open to traffic this summer.

Rinchen HSS sets up cradle room for female teachers to breastfeed babies

Female teachers at Rinchen Higher Secondary School (RHSS) in Thimphu will no longer have to rush home to breastfeed their babies during one-hour flexi time. The school has recently opened a cradle or lactation room for them to breastfeed their little ones.

Woman gets 5 years in prison for attempted voluntary manslaughter

The Monggar District Court sentenced a 34-year-old woman from Trashi Yangtse to five-year imprisonment.

Trashigang DTC rescinds contractor’s Merag BHU construction contract

The Dzongkhag Tender Committee (DTC) in Trashigang terminated Zhangchong Construction Company’s contract: construction of new Basic Health Unit (BHU) grade II in Merag Gewog.

School enrollment improves in remote Merag

Merag Primary School in Trashigang has been seeing a rise in the number of students over the years. From 157 students last year, the school today has nearly 180 students.

Laya LSS to be upgraded to Central School

Laya Lower Secondary School in Gasa has been declared as an autonomous school from this year. The school will now be renamed as Laya Central School.

Sambar deer rescued by forest officials of Jigme Khesar Strict Nature Reserve

Forestry officials and locals of Haa District pulled a pregnant Sambar deer to safety from Haa River yesterday.

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