English | Dzongkha Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Gasa Soechu counts losses as it struggles to capture market

Gasa Soechu, bottled spring water from Gasa, has not been able to capture the local market yet. Gasa Soechu came into being in August last year as part of the Driving Dzongkhag Development Centre initiative.

Bhutan bags silver and bronze at Nihonkhan Karate championship

The Bhutanese karate team has bagged one silver and four bronze medals at the Nihonkhan karate Federation Championship.

Greener Way’s waste segregation unit becomes an eyesore to residents

The waste segregation unit of Greener Way- the private waste management company, located below the Kelki Higher Secondary School in Thimphu has become more of an indecent dump site in recent times.

Laya to receive 3G by October

Mobile network made its way into Laya in 2010, five years before electricity did. The highland community is now only months away from getting 3G service.

Fire razes house to ground in Pema Gatshel

A single –storey, semi-permanent house was gutted by a fire in Khar Gewog of Pema Gatshel. The incident took place around 7:30 pm yesterday. 

Police in Thimphu nabs 2 for alleged larceny

Thimphu Police arrested two men for their alleged involvement in a larceny case on April 27.

5th National Colleges & Institutes Karate Championship ends

The College of Natural Resources is the winner of the 5th National Colleges & Institutes Karate Championship.
The Faculty of Nursing & Public Health came second.
A total of 125 students from seven different colleges took part in the championship this time.
The championship, which was held in Punakha, ended yesterday.

Civic engagement training enhances inclusive engagement

For the first time, some eight monks from Monggar Rabdey became the members of the Young Volunteers in Action or Y-VIA network based in Monggar.

Breaking the barrier, monks at Gatsheling Monastery learn English

Speaking English is no longer a verbal obstacle for monks of Gatsheling Monastery in Dorokha, Samtse.

Sambar deer rescued in Paro

Forest officials and RBA in Paro pulled a Sambar deer to safety from Paachu River this morning.

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