English | Dzongkha Thursday, November 23, 2017

Provide online job application facility, say jobseekers

All organisations and agencies, both government and private, should provide an online job application facility, according to the jobseekers.

Schools across the country to observe Value Orientation Week

For the first time this year, schools across the country will observe and pilot “Value Orientation Week” in the first week of the academic session.

Bhutan loses about 900 truckloads of crops to wild animals annually

Bhutan loses over 7,000 metric tonnes, close to 900 truckloads, of crops to wild animals, every year.

High Court upholds district court’s judgment on statutory rape

The High Court upheld the Thimphu District Court’s judgment on the rape case of a two-year-old child, today.

Indian community celebrates Republic Day

The Indian community in Bhutan came together at the Indian embassy in Thimphu to observe India’s 68th Republic Day, today.

PM praises Drukjeygang for proper utilisation of GDG

The Prime Minister, Tshering Tobgay applauded Drukjeygang Gewog in Dagana for utilising the Gewog Development Grant (GDG) properly.

Trade fair begins in Gelegphu

A five-day Bhutan India Regional Friendship Trade Fair began in Gelegphu, today.

Community Lhakhangs lack facilities

Most of the community Lhakhangs in Pema Gatshel lack proper facilities like kitchens, bathrooms, and stores. The locals conduct religious festivals, an integral part of their lives, in the community Lhakhangs.

BCSEA declares 2016 Class XII results

Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment (BCSEA) declared class XII results, this morning. Compared to 2015, the overall pass percentage decreased by 4.17 percent in 2016.

Female youth learns traditional art of weaving

About 15 youth are undergoing training in traditional art of weaving called backstrap weaving at the Royal Textile Academy in Thimphu.

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