English | Dzongkha Friday, December 15, 2017

Forest fire continue to rage in Monggar

Over a hundred people, including the forest officials, continue to battle a forest fire in Monggar.

Thimphu Thromde reworks on waste collection tariff

Thimphu Thromde is re-working on the waste collection tariff which was proposed to Ministry of Finance for approval in 2014.

App connecting drivers and passengers launched

Drivers and passengers will now be able to connect with each other online through a mobile app called Ride Sharing App. The app will connect both drivers and passengers travelling to the same destinations in Bhutan.

100 penalised for illegal dumping of waste

Thimphu Thromde penalised about a 100 individuals for violating the Waste Prevention and Management Regulation, this month.

Keeping Thimphu city clean?

It has been just a couple of days since the Nationwide Cleaning Campaign and already trash is beginning to appear in Thimphu city.

Four new butterflies species discovered in Bhutan

Four new species of butterflies were discovered in Bhutan recently. It was found by a team from the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE) in Bumthang.

Bhutan will be linked to the APIS to improve internet connectivity

Bhutan will be linked to the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway (APIS) to improve internet connectivity in the country. At present, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific is working on identifying the missing link among the 62 member countries.

Bhutan adopts Conservation Assured Tiger Standards

In securing a long-term future of the country’s tigers, Bhutan adopted the Conservation Assured Tiger Standards yesterday.

Asiatic golden cat sighted at a record altitude

Recent camera trap photos show Asiatic golden cat in Bhutan at 4,282 metres, setting a record for the highest altitude sighting.

Advance volunteer and partnership programmes to reduce forest fire

Wangdue Forest division has now come up with an advance volunteer and partnership programmes to decrease forest fire, this winter.

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