English | Dzongkha Monday, August 20, 2018

India wins SAFF U-15 women’s championship

India is the new champion of the SAFF Under-15 Women’s Championship 2018. In the finals on Saturday, they defeated the defending champions, Bangladesh, by one goal to nil. Meanwhile, Bhutan secured a penalty shootout win over Nepal to confirm the third position.

Bangladesh, India to play finals of SAFF U-15 women’s championship

Bhutan failed to advance to the finals of the SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship after losing to the defending champions Bangladesh 0-5 yesterday.

Bhutan loses to India in SAFF U-15 championship

Bhutan lost to the India 0-1 in the ongoing SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship on Monday.

Youths recognized for volunteer works and community service

The International Youth Day celebrations in Thimphu ended with rewarding young volunteers and youth groups with awards in recognition of their volunteer works and community service. The awards were given away at the first such National Youth Awards organized by Youth Caring Community and Nazhoen Lamtoen.

SAFF U-15 women’s championship begins tomorrow

Bhutan’s Under-15 women’s team is all set for the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Under-15 Women’s Championship.

Tshechus to disseminate social messages

Tshechu festivals are usually a celebration of Bhutanese culture and traditions. But from now on, it will also be a platform to disseminate social messages.  

Robot designed by three youths to represent Bhutan at global robotics competition

Druk-Bot, a robot that resembles a dragon, will represent Bhutan at the First Global Challenge of Robotics Competition to be held in Mexico.

Drug use among youth growing, numbers from BNCA suggest

If numbers are any indication, then drug use among the youth is growing. According to figures from the Bhutan Narcotics Control Authority (BNCA), police have referred almost 200 youths from the Thimphu region alone so far this year.  

Fourth youth summit underway in RTC

Over 100 students from different schools in the country are gathered at the Royal Thimphu College (RTC) for the 4th Youth Summit themed ‘Dreaming an Ideal Bhutan’.

Many young people are smartphone addicts, a study finds

An on-going online survey by a group of students from the College of Language and Culture Studies (CLCS) in Taktse found out many youths in the country are addicted to cell phones.

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