English | Dzongkha Monday, April 22, 2019

Her Majesty the Royal Grandmother graces Kichu Drubchen

The 12-day annual Kichu Pelchen Drubchen is underway at the Kichu Lhakhang in Paro.

Health Ministry introduces web-based tracking system for mother & child

Starting this month, the Health Ministry initiated the implementation of web-based mother and child’s health tracking system.

NCWC strengthens child, women protection system

Lack of disaggregated information on issues related to women and child protection is a major challenge facing the National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC) in building a sustainable protection system.

OAG forwards recent gold smuggling case to Paro Court

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) forwarded the recent gold smuggling case to Paro District Court on September 14.

Conservationists reiterate conserving tiger species

Poaching, habitat loss and prey depletion are the three main threats to the survival of endangered tigers around the world. Though tigers in Bhutan are safe from such global threats, human-wildlife conflict is one of the major factors that jeopardise their lives.

Wangdue Police nab 5 alleged burglars

Police in Wangdue Phodrang apprehended 5 men in connection with larceny case, last week.

Annual Wangdue Tshechu festival begins

The three-day annual Wangdue Phodrang Tshechu began today at Tenchholing.

Farmers in Bumthang propose for farm tractors

People of Bumthang are proposing for farm tractors instead of power tillers to boost their agricultural works.

Man mauled by bear in Lingzhi

A 50 year old man from Lingzhi is undergoing treatment at the national referral hospital after he was mauled by a bear Tuesday morning.

Korean Volunteer Programme Office to open soon

A Korean Volunteer Programme Office will be opened in the country later this year. This is to mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bhutan and Korea.

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