English | Dzongkha Saturday, December 16, 2017

PM inaugurates construction of urban infrastructure

The Prime Minister, Tshering Tobgay, inaugurated the construction of urban infrastructure at lower Taba local area plan in Thimphu, today.

Paro police trying to locate relatives of a deceased

Police and Hospital staff in Paro are trying to locate the relatives of an unknown man who died at Shaba Gewog, Wednesday.

DPT’s North Thimphu candidate withdraws

Druk Phuensum Tshogpa’s (DPT) North Thimphu candidate, Chencho Nidup has decided not to contest in the upcoming by-election to be held before November, this year.

T Bank revises lending rates

T Bank Limited reduced lending rates by an average of 2.04 percent with effect today.

Business licenses can be applied and renewed online

Business licenses can now be applied or renewed online. The government today launched 34 online Government to Business or G2B Services.

Government awaits BICMA’s report to decide on third telecom operator

The government is waiting for Bhutan InfoComm and Media Authority’s report on ‘Quality of Service Experience’ to decide if a third telecom operator is needed.

Traffic will not cause structural damages MHPA’s headrace tunnel

There will be no structural damages to the headrace tunnel of Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project Authority (MHPA), which is being used to divert traffic.

Gyalpoizhing to get artificial turf

Gyalpoizhing in Monggar will have an artificial turf football ground by next month. The turf, which is first of its kind in the Dzongkhag as well as in the east, is being constructed at a cost of Nu 16.5 M.

WTO reference centre inaugurated

Even though Bhutan has not acceded to the World Trade Organization (WTO), a WTO reference centre was inaugurated in Thimphu, today.

Bhutan inching closer to 100% cellular subscribers

As of June this year, close to 690,000 had subscribed SIM cards, taking Bhutan closer to 100 percent cellular subscribers.

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