English | Dzongkha Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Meat vans drivers, new kids on the block

The Road Safety and Transport Authority has warned drivers transporting meat between Thimphu and Phuentsholing during a workshop on safe driving.

Seven-year-old killed in hit-and-run accident

A seven-year-old boy has been killed in a hit-and-run accident in Samtse.

Zangtopelri causes concern

The dilapidated condition of the Zangtopelri in Samdrupjongkhar is causing a concern among visitors which includes both local residents and Indian tourists.

BNB officials attend court hearing

The Gelephu dungkhag court yesterday conducted a hearing for the two Bhutan National Bank (BNB) officials who were accused of embezzling over Nu.11 million from the BNB branch office in Gelephu last December.

Poland-Bhutan friendship association formed

A friendship association has been formed in Poland.

Health insurance for students studying abroad launched

The Royal Insurance Corporation of Bhutan today launched a health insurance scheme for Bhutanese students studying outside Bhutan.

No cable, residents enraged

Residents of Dewathang in Samdrupjongkhar are asking the cable service operators to restore the cable service.

The poor and needy receive land Kidu

Forty four families have been granted land as Kidu at Khenadrang under Zobel Geog in Pemagatshel. They got their Lagthram or certificate of land ownership on June 2.  The Lagthrams were handed over to the families by the Gyalpoi Zimpon Dasho Penjor.

Bhutan wins four medals

Bhutan won a total of four medals in the 8th South Asian Men’s Body Building Championship which ended yesterday.

Farmer inventor steals the show

You don’t have to go to college to become an engineer or invent things. Ask Budhiman Monger, a farmer in Sibsu Geog in Samtse. Budhiman considers college education very very important and he isn’t likely to agree but he is living proof that while a degree from a reputable university will not hurt anybody, it is not necessary for somebody to become an engineer or invent things.

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