English | Dzongkha Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Lack of experience cost Bhutanese U-18 team its opening match:Head Coach  

The Bhutanese girls were left disappointed after losing their first game 4-0 to India in the opening match of the SAFF U-18 women’s championship yesterday.  

SAFF U-18 women’s championship to kick off tomorrow

The Bhutanese girls are hopeful of reaching the knockout stages of the SAFF U-18 women’s championship despite having no exposure to international matches. This was revealed during the pre-match press conference of the tournament held earlier today.

Two Thimphu students to represent Bhutan in wildlife quiz

Kuenga Pelmo of Changzamtog Middle Secondary School and Rigden Kuenga of Etho Metho Primary School, both six graders, are winners of the Bhutan edition of the Wild Wisdom Quiz (WWQ).

Youths still not keen about joining technical training institutes

For the youth in the country, joining Technical Training Institutes (TTI) still remains the second option. Many join such institutes only if they fail to disqualify for further education or find a job in the market.

Bhutan defeats Laos in Taekwondo but loses to China and Nepal

Sonam Yangtsho shed tears of joy as she beat her opponent Sonesavanh from Laos at the ongoing 18th Asian Games in the Indonesian capital Jakarta yesterday.

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.

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