English | Dzongkha Friday, December 15, 2017

Residents to move their census to Trashigang Thorm

Residents who have settled in Trashigang town will be encouraged to move their census to the Throm from their respective gewogs. This was decided by the recent Dzongkhag Tshogdu.

For the changing needs of special students

Education for all is one of the top priorities of the government. Although students with special needs were not discriminated, they had limited opportunities until a few years ago.

Bhutan’s first anti-human trafficking project

With aims to strengthen the Government and Civil Society responses to counter trafficking in persons in the country, a three year project, titled as ‘Enhance Government and Civil Society Responses to Counter Trafficking in Persons in Bhutan’ was launched in the capital.

Understanding HIV Positively

The health ministry recently detected 34 new HIV positive cases in the country in the last six months. This brings the total detection to 380 HIV cases since 1993.

Eco-lodges in Zhemgang seeing more visitors

Locals running the Eco-lodges in Zhemgang say, they are seeing increasing number of visitors coming to the vacation sites.

Thasa, a valley from the past

A journey to Thasa chiwog under Largyab Gewog in Dagana will take you back in time. Nothing much seems to have changed in this Chiwog of 25 households.

Bhutan Airlines’ newly acquired aircraft landed in Paro International Airport, yesterday. This will be the company’s third plane on lease. It will now be operating two aircraft internationally. Bhutan Airlines currently operates to Kathmandu, Kolkatta and Bangkok.

Police in Pema Gatshel detained six men in connection with chorten vandalism cases. The men are suspected of being responsible for several chorten vandalism reported in Pema Gatshel and Zhemgang. According to police records, 10 chortens vandalised in the Dzongkhag in the last six months.

His Majesty grants an audience to the scholarship recipients

His Majesty the King granted an audience to the recipients of His Majesty’s Scholarships.

Arekha students’ dream tour to Thimphu

Eleven top students from Arekha Primary School in Chhukha for the first time visited Thimphu and Paro on Sunday on a study tour.

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