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Fire razes three sawmills...

A fire Tuesday afternoon burnt down three sawmills to the ground and partially damaged one in Kartshog Gewog, Haa.  

Women in politics still n...

The Bhutanese women are closing the gender gap in other areas but when it comes to politics it still persists. At present, there are 11 women Member of Parliament (MPs) against 61 men MPs, an increase from six women MPs from the second parliament.

MoIC to develop national ...

To enhance cyber security in the country, the Ministry of Information and Communication (MoIC) will soon develop the first national cyber security strategy. It will be a plan of actions designed to ensure a high-level approach to cyber security. 

Impact study of common ex...

Monggar Dzongkhag Education sector will conduct an impact study of the common examination system in primary schools of the dzongkhag next year. This was decided at the annual dzongkhag education conference held in the Kengkhar lower secondary school.    

National eye centre likel...

The construction of the country’s first national eye centre is underway in Thimphu. Once complete, the Gyalyum Kesang Choeden Wangchuck National Eye Centre is expected to provide better services to patients suffering from eye diseases.

JDWNRH’s Ophthalmol...

The consultation by appointment in the Department of Ophthalmology (eye) at the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) was discontinued earlier this month due to the complex nature of examination and treatment procedure.

SDF to fund small-scale a...

Chukha and Samtse are the two districts identified under the pilot project “livelihood enhancement of small farmers in the SAARC region through small-scale agribusiness focusing on value chain development" in Bhutan.

His Holiness presides ove...

His Holiness the Je Khenpo is presiding over the third annual Moenlam Chenmo in Punakha, which began from today. Thousands of devotees including monks and nuns are attending the three-day prayer ceremony at Thangzona.

Separated twins leave hos...

The twins, Nima and Dawa Pelden have been discharged from the Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) in Melbourne Australia today, more than two weeks after their life-changing surgery.

Child sexual abuse cases ...

The number of reported cases of child sexual abuse is increasing in the country. 35 child sexual abuse and molestation cases have been reported this year, an increase from nine cases last year.

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