English | Dzongkha Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Thimphu police receives 632 mobile phone lost, theft cases

Thimphu police recorded  632 mobile phone lost and theft cases this year. Of the total, the police have solved about 100 cases.

DNT’s Nubi_Tangsibji candidate warned and fined

Trongsa’s Dzongkhag Election Dispute Settlement Body (DEDSB) has issued a warning to the Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa’s (DNT) Nubi-Tangsibji constituency candidate Yeshey Penjor for violating election act.

Insufficient irrigation water hinders paddy cultivation in Chagsakhar

Due to insufficient irrigation water and less rainfall this year, the farmers of Chagsakhar Gewog in Monggar could not cultivate paddy in almost 30 acres of paddy fields.

Thimphu Thromde initiates waste segregating facility

The residents of Thimphu town no longer have to worry about waste disposal when they miss garbage trucks on waste collection days. The Thimphu Thromde recently came up with its first waste segregating facility. 

Under-18 dragon girls gear up for SAFF championship

Bhutan will host the first edition of the SAFF Under-18 Women’s Championship, which begins on Friday.

DNT president woos voters in the east with promises of ministerial posts

The President of Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT), Lotay Tshering, kicked off his presidential campaign from Samdrup Jongkhar yesterday.

DPT wants to do away with REDCL if it wins

The president of Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT) Pema Gyamtsho said they are planning to do away with the Rural Enterprise Development Corporation Limited (REDCL) if his party comes to power.

Tigers kill 15 cows in Zhemgang

Tigers are reported to have killed 15 cows and left another four injured in the forests of Nyakhar and Tsheldang villages in Nangkor Gewog, Zhemgang recently.

ECB releases over Nu 7.6 M in campaign fund to 51 NA candidates

A total of 51 candidates of Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) and Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT) have applied for campaign fund as of today. The election commission has accordingly released Nu 150,000 to each candidate.

Making civil service small and efficient remains a daunting task

The aim of the Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) is to maintain a small, compact and efficient civil service. But realising this aim still remains an uphill battle, states the annual report of the RCSC released recently.

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