English | Dzongkha Friday, November 24, 2017

Bhutanese Karate Team leaves for South Asian Championship

The Bhutanese Karate Team left for India’s capital New Delhi today to compete in the 3rd South Asian Karate Championship.

Rethinking Education? Boarding facilities in school?

As per the education ministry’s executive order all schools will be allowed to start boarding facilities in both rural and urban areas by next academic year.

Drukair’s revenue decreases

Drukair’s total revenue decreased by some Nu 70 M in 2015 as compared to 2014. The amount decreased from Nu 3 B to 2.8 B, the annual report of Druk Holding and Investments said.

Government offices to go paperless

The government offices will go paperless by the end of this month. It is expected to significantly reduce paper use. A guideline to institutionalise paperless operation will come into effect by September 30.

Dungsam starts exporting cement from Phuentshogling

Dungsam Cement Corporation Limited (DCCL) started exporting to North Bengal, Sikkim and Bihar from Phuentshogling, today.

RUB signs MoU with IITR

The Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (IITR) for academic cooperation and exchange, today.

Bhutan to begin hazelnuts export next year

Bhutan will begin hazelnuts export from next year. The Mountain Hazelnuts has projected over 500,000 kilograms of hazelnuts to be exported in China and Europe.

Government not doubtful of purchasing utility vehicles for gewogs: PM

The Prime Minister, Tshering Tobgay said they will purchase utility vehicles for gewogs despite the Opposition’s reservation.

Her Majesty graces World Ozone Day celebration

Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen graced the World Ozone Day celebration in the capital, yesterday. Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen is the United Nation’s Environment Protection Ozone Ambassador.

Recent Amochhu flood destroyed millions worth of electro-mechanical equipment

The Amochhu flood in Phuentshogling in July this year damaged millions worth of electro-mechanical equipment for Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project and Punatsangchhu I &II hydropower projects. The equipment were stockpiled along the banks of Amochhu to be transported to the project site.

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