English | Dzongkha Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Couple goes missing

A couple from Khotokha village in Bjena Gewog in Wangdue Phodrang has been missing since May 11.

His Majesty graces the parliament’s opening

His Majesty the King graced the opening of the seventh session of the second parliament, today.

Thailand’s Princess completes her visit to Bhutan

Thailand’s Princess, Her Royal Highness, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn left the country, today. The Princess was on a four-day visit to Bhutan.

Youth unemployment rate increases

The youth unemployment rate has increased to 10.7 percent from 9.4 percent in 2014, the latest National Labour Force Survey Report, says. The labour ministry conducted the survey five months ago.

Bhutan Helicopter Services undertakes lifting operation

The Royal Bhutan Helicopter Services Limited is undertaking its first ever operation of lifting works for Bhutan Power Corporation contractors.

Favouritism tops corruption list in civil service

A research report, launched in Thimphu today, says favouritism in human resource management is the most prevalent form of corruption in civil service.

Credit to trade and commerce sector increases

Credit to the trade and commerce sector increased by over Nu 4 B.

350 athletes from across Asia to take part in Asian Bodybuilding Championship

Over 350 athletes from across Asia are expected to take part in the 50th Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship to be held in Bhutan.

Man detained for allegedly raping daughter-in-law

Zhemgang Police have arrested a 73-year-old man for alleged rape of his daughter-in-law. The daughter-in-law, a mother of six, had reported the case to the police, last week.

Rain helps contain fire

The rainfall this morning helped contain a forest fire, which had been burning for the last three days in Ruechhedkha Village under Ruebisa Gewog in Wangdue Phodrang.

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