English | Dzongkha Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Motor Vehicle Agreement signed between four countries

Bhutan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal signed the Motor Vehicle Agreement (MVA) today. The agreement is expected to facilitate seamless cross-border movement of vehicles by reducing trade barriers and making the transport system efficient.

RBP appeals to the football fans to maintain decorum

Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) is appealing to the football fans to maintain decorum during the second qualifier of the World Cup, Bhutan against China, tomorrow. The Chief of Police, Brigadier Kipchu Namgyel says public must behave even if Bhutan loses.

Team Bhutan will give their best: Bhutan’s coach

The National Football Coach of Bhutan, Tsukitate Norio says the National Football Team will give their best. Interacting with BBS after arriving from Hong Kong earlier, the Dragon Boys had said they will do their best to end the game on a draw.

Team China says they will win

National Football Team’s Coach of China, Alain Perrin said winning tomorrow’s match is more important than how many goals they score. He said they are worried about high altitude in Thimphu.

Bhutanese fans working to support national football team

Football is not always about winning and losing. It is equally about the passion that Bhutanese follow the game with. So, the national Bhutanese football team losing to Hong Kong, a few fans said, does not matter, as much, when it come to supporting the home team as Bhutan takes on China tomorrow.

National Council session concludes

The 15th Session of the National Council concluded, today with the offering of Tashi Moenlam by the members. The final sitting ended with rationalisation of gewogs.

Trashigang-Yadhi highway road widening work officially begins from today. MonggarDzongda and the Commander from DANTAK inaugurated the opening, today. The road widening is a part of Trashigang to Thimphu highway road widening project.

China’s football team arrives

Chinese National Football Team has arrived in the country, yesterday. The team is here to play the Second Round of World Cup Qualifying match against the Bhutan’s National football team which is scheduled on Tuesday.

Finance Minister questioned on Rupee shortage

Member of Parliament, Wamrong MP, Karma Tenzin questioned the government on the measures taken to ease Rupee shortage in the country.

Buddhist school worth Nu 50 M to be constructed in Samtse

A Nu 50 M Buddhist school, supported by the Government of India, will be built in Tashichhoeling Dungkhag in Samtse. The project is considered as one of the biggest projects in south-west zone of the country. Once complete it will provide an eight year long course to young monks and novices.

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