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Woman arrested in gold sm...

A businesswoman in her la...

PM encourages street hawk...

Street hawkers of Thimphu selling fast food welcomed Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering's idea of using biodegradable plates and cups and carrying out cleaning campaigns in their places of business. He met with the group yesterday afternoon as part of the government’s pledge to legalise, protect and support the informal economy.

Dasho Tshering Wangchuk c...

The Chief Justice Dasho Tshering Wangchuk completed five years in the office yesterday. Her Royal Highness Princess Sonam Dechan Wangchuck and members of the judiciary bid farewell to the Chief Justice. He was appointed as the Supreme Court's Chief Justice in November 2014.

Five high-end hotels in B...

dusitD2 hotel in Bhutan bagged six accolades including the Best Italian Cuisine in Asia at the prestigious Haute Grandeur Global Hotel awards last month in Malaysia.

DCCL working with the Sia...

To deliver quality cement to its customers Dungsam Cement Corporation Limited (DCCL) in Pema Gatshel is working with experts from Siam Cement Public Company from Thailand. A team of experts from the Thai cement company are in the country for six months to work with DCCL.

Archer Karma secures Bhut...

Karma, 29, becomes the first athlete from Bhutan to qualify for Olympic quota place in any sport. She won a recurve women's archery spot for Tokyo 2020 during the Asian continental qualification tournament held in Bangkok today.

Thimphu Thromde’s w...

With hundreds of people dumping their wastes without segregating at the waste drop-off centre located below Kelki School in Thimphu, the site has become a hornet's nest for a family who depends on the waste.

Seminar on Climate Change...

To create awareness on climate change and its hazardous risks, a two-day seminar on Climate Change-induced Risks and Vulnerabilities of Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) was held in Wangdue Phodrang.

Driver missing after truc...

A truck veered off the road and plunged into the river at Damchu in Chhukha early morning yesterday. The rescue team are still searching for the body of the driver.

24 new HIV cases detected...

Twenty-four new HIV cases have been detected in the last six months from June to November this year in the country. Of the new cases, 15 are male nine are women.

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