English | Dzongkha Thursday, August 16, 2018

His Majesty visits Borangmo in Pema Gatshel

His Majesty The King visited Borangmo village, which is the second village in Pema Gatshel built under His Majesty’s National Rehabilitation Project. The village has 51 households from the most remote regions of Nganglam Gewog in Pema Gatshel.

Injured pilgrims receive treatment in India

Nine injured pilgrims are receiving treatment in a hospital in Chandigarh in India after a bus carrying 42 Bhutanese pilgrims met with an accident on Saturday in Swarghat in Himachal Pradesh.

Plot allotment at Jigmeling Industrial Park begins

Plot allotment at the Jigmeling Industrial Park in Sarpang will begin in July, this year.

Alcohol becomes the top killer in Bhutan

Alcohol has become the top killer in the country, according to the health ministry.

BOC holds second annual general meeting

Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC), during its second annual general meeting today, discussed the need for anti-doping test for athletes.

PM meets the people of Dagala and Chang

The Prime Minister, Tshering Tobgay spoke about the importance of citizens’ responsibility to develop their own gewogs.

Python rescued and released in Gelegphu

Gelegphu Forest Range officials have rescued and released an 8-feet-long python, weighing about 10 kilogrammes, today.

Chasing his dream of rapping

Kezang Dorji is courageous enough to tread the unbeaten path; at least in Bhutan.

DPT and Dasho Benji refrain from appealing to higher court

Both Druk Phuensum Tshogpa and Dasho Peljor J. Dorji did not file an appeal regarding the defamation case between the two.

One of the longest irrigation channels inaugurated in Samtse

With a facility to cover 956 acres of paddy fields and one of the longest in Samtse, a new irrigation channel in Yoeseltse gewog was inaugurated recently. The irrigation channel, built with financial support from the Government of India, will benefit 360 farmers who are mainly into subsistence farming.

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