English | Dzongkha Sunday, April 21, 2019

Bhutan loses to Maldives in AFC Asian Cup UAE

The Maldives has defeated Bhutan in the Asian Football Confederation Asian Cup UAE.

Gasa Dzong renovation inches closer to completion

The Gasa Tashi Thongmoen Dzong is set to stand on its former glory come June this year. The restoration works started in August 2014 and four years on, more than 80 per cent of it is complete.

Bhutan managed to bag bronze medal at SACCC 2018

The Indians dominated most of the top spot in the South Asian Cross Country Championship (SACCC) 2018, held at the Royal Thimphu Golf Course, today. The host country, Bhutan also managed to win the bronze medal in the men’s team category.

Common forums would serve its purpose better if held in every chiwog, say some voters

Some of the voters in Pema Gatshel are of the view that more of them would be able to attend the common forums if it is conducted in every chiwog.

Clients at BoB’s Senior Citizen Priority Counters swell

Increasing number of customers are availing themselves of the Senior Citizen Priority Counter service of the Bank of Bhutan (BoB).

Healthcare services at doorstep in Kamji during 12th FYP

Access to healthcare services will be much easier and convenient for the residents of Kamji under Geling Gewog in Chhukha during the upcoming Five-Year-Plan (FYP) period.

Rescue teams trained in advanced search and rescue operations

With the aim to establish international standards for Bhutanese search and rescue teams, the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) under the home ministry conducted search and rescue training in Wangdue Phodrang recently.

Tsamang people want gewog and RNR offices to be located in the same place

In most of the gewogs, the Gewog Administration Office and the Renewable Natural Resources (RNR) Extension Centre are located in close proximity to each other. But this is not the case in Tsamang Gewog in Monggar.

Mass onion cultivation in Berti looks promising

It was watermelon first and now onions. The people of Berti village in Trong Gewog of Zhemgang are glad that whatever they are trying their hands at is turning out well.

Paro Tshechu begins

The five-day annual Paro Tshechu began today with blessings from the scared cymbal, which is one of the oldest relics in Paro Dzong.

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