English | Dzongkha Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Man detained for alleged involuntary manslaughter

A 28-year-old man accused of “involuntary manslaughter” of his 30-year-old brother is in police custody in Samdrup Jongkhar.

His Majesty grants audience to educators

His Majesty the King granted an audience to the senior teachers, principals, Dzongkhag Education Officers and officials from the education Ministry attending the 17th Annual Education Conference.

His Majesty graces Bajo Lhakhang’s consecration ceremony

His Majesty the King and His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo graced the consecration ceremony of the Bajo Lhakhang in Wangdue Phodrang, yesterday. The consecration ceremony was presided over by His Holiness the Je Khenpo.

Life imprisonment to three for chorten vandalism

Lhuentse District Court sentenced three men to life imprisonment for chorten vandalism.

Lhuentse court sentences two for raping minors

Lhuentse District Court sentenced a 29-year-old man to nine years imprisonment for raping a 17-year-old girl.

Team Bumtab won the Three Star Archery Tournament in Dagana by defeating team Druk Gi Pho Ngya and Phuensum. The final was played yesterday. Twenty two teams took part in the tournament which started on October 3. It was organised by the Dagana Archery Association.

Students of Sherubtse College and Dean of Student Affairs from 10 Colleges under the Royal University of Bhutan attended a three day advocacy programme on substance abuse in Kanglung. The programme was organized by the Bhutan Narcotic Control Agency following request from Sherubtse College.

Shrinking Kharul Lake saddens locals

Oyster Lake, locally known as Kharul Lake, under Lhamoy Dzingkha Dungkhag, is believed to be 50-million-years old. It holds spiritual, religious and ecological significance to the locals.

Another Chain in the town, employs 96 Bhutanese

Le Meridien, the newest luxury hotel in the town, has employed more than ninety Bhutanese, 51 males and 45 females. Most of them are university graduates.

Another Chain in the town, employs 96 Bhutanese

Le Meridien, the newest luxury hotel in the town, has employed more than ninety Bhutanese, 51 males and 45 females. Most of them are university graduates.

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