English | Dzongkha Saturday, July 21, 2018

Five athletes to leave for Japan

Five best athletes from the national level sports championship will leave for Japan in May, this year.

Former civil servant turned farmer shares his story of success

Cheda Jamtsho epitomises the successful commercial farmer that policymakers dream of for Bhutan.

Sonam Phuntsho withdraws defamation case against Namgay Zam and Dr Shacha Wangmo

Sonam Phuntsho, a local businessman withdraws defamation case against Freelance journalist Namgay Zam and Dr Shacha Wangmo. The verdict has asked Sonam Phuntsho to pay Nu 45,000 as compensation to them for causing inconveniences and wasting their time.

Nazhoen scout programme teaches students new skills

The Nazhoen scout programme is giving a platform to some 200 students from 20 central schools of the eastern region to learn new experiences and skills.

PCAL uses new technology to bring down dust pollution

For decades, people living near Penden Cement Authority Limited (PCAL) in Gomtu complained of dust pollution and its hazard to their health.

Consultative workshop on alcohol’s ill-effects underway

A three-day advocacy and consultative workshop on the ill-effects of alcohol started in Gelegphu, today.

Chinese cultural troupe performs in Thimphu

Bhutanese audience enjoyed an array of performances by Xinjiang Art Theater Song and Dance Troupe from China, today.

More Japanese volunteers arrive in Bhutan

This year’s first batch of Japanese volunteers is in the country to render their ideas and innovations to various learning institutions across the country.

Absence of gup inconveniences people of Dangchhu

Dangchhu Gewog in Wangdue Phodrang has had no Gup for the last two months. The recently-elected Gup resigned on November 14 for further studies to Australia.

BIGSA organises traditional archery coaching camp

The first ever traditional archery coaching camp for school children began in the Capital, today.

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