Solar fencing has been one of the effective measures to protect crops from wildlife in many parts of the country. But in Doongkarling Chiwog of Phuentshogthang in Samdrup Jongkhar, farmers claim it did not benefit them.
Many Bhutanese would know, or at least, have heard about Goen Zhey of Gasa, Wang Zhey of Thimphu, Nub Zhey of Trongsa and Woochupai Zhey of Paro. What many probably may not know is that there are several other Zheys apart from the main four Zheys.
Patients suffering from brain-related diseases will be able to get neurosurgical care in the country. The Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) received a set of high-end Neuronavigation system from the Friends of JDWNRH - Vienna, a society based in Austria yesterday.
The National Museum in Paro is preparing to open its door after undergoing a major makeover since 2014. Visitors will be treated to a host of special exhibits holding both spiritual and political histories of Bhutan.
People dumping their waste without proper segregation are proving to be a major challenge for Thromde in providing the Waste Segregating Facility in the capital. The waste segregating facility, a pilot project initiated by the Thimphu Thromde was started last month.
The Jhomolhari Mountain Festival was conceived as a Snow Leopard festival with an aim to raise awareness on the importance of conserving the endangered cat species. Six years down the line after the launch of the festival, its goal persists as Bhutan intensifies efforts to conserve the elusive cat and their habitat in the country.