English | Dzongkha Sunday, April 23, 2017

Student detained for alleged involuntary manslaughter

A 13-year-old boy of Thrimshing Central School in Trashigang is under police custody for alleged involuntary manslaughter of another student.

Miscreants shatter multiple car windshields in Hong Kong market area

Residents of Hong Kong market area in Thimphu woke up to some unpleasant surprise yesterday. They were baffled to find out that miscreants have damaged the windshields of six cars overnight in the neighbourhood.

Monetary and matrimonial cases top registered cases in courts

Monetary and matrimonial cases are the top two cases registered in the courts, in the country, last year according to Annual Judiciary Report 2016.

Most Bhutanese still do not understand judicial processes

Many people in the country still do not know and understand about the operation of the court system and judicial processes.

OAG charges a man for alleged statutory rape

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) charged a 45-year-old man for alleged involvement in criminal attempt to statutory rape.

Dagana Police on a look out for a murder suspect

The Police in Dagana are looking for a man involved in a murder of a woman. The man believed to be in his 50s is suspected of having stabbed the deceased in her 40s twice on the stomach and chest.

22-year-old man charged with voluntary manslaughter

Thimphu Police have charged a 22-year-old man with alleged voluntary manslaughter. He is accused of causing the death of a 24-year-old man. The incident happened last Wednesday. The accused has confessed to the crime.

Bumthang court withholds proceedings of a larceny case

Bumthang court withheld its proceedings regarding a case of larceny until further notice today. One of the alleged suspects of the case, who was on bail, has absconded.

Sandalwood smuggling cases in Paro and Haa drops

Sandalwood smuggling in Paro and Haa decreased drastically in the last two years compared to 2014.

Four people detained for illicit trafficking of controlled substances

Thimphu Police arrested four people, including three women, for illicit trafficking of controlled substances on Tuesday last week.

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