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Re-tender for the supply of annual Spare parts, Repair, and Maintenance of Office Pool Vehicle

The Bhutan Broadcasting Service Corporation Limited would like to re-invite sealed quotations from the eligible firms for the “supply of annual Spare parts, Repair...

Re-tender for the supply of Printing Works

The Bhutan Broadcasting Service Corporation Limited would like to re-invite sealed quotations from the eligible firms for the “Supply of printing works” for the...

TCB to finalise Tourism Rules and Regulations by September

The Tourism Council of Bhutan has prepared a Draft of the Tourism Rules and Regulations. According to the TCB’s Director-General, they are currently discussing it with relevant stakeholders. The Council is hoping to finalise the rules and regulations by the second week of September. 

Towards achieving tomato self-sufficiency

By next year, Bhutan is expected to have three new varieties of tomatoes. This is to curb imports and achieve tomato sufficiency in the...

Civic sense and responsibility can give Thimphu a clean look: Thimphu Thromde

With not even a month left for the country to reopen its tourism, relevant agencies in the capital have come together to clean and beautify the city. However, much to their disappointment, overflowing sewers and litter discarded everywhere in the city have gone overboard. They say unless every person imbibes a civic sense or shoulders a responsibility, these problems will never be put to rest.

65-year-old man in custody for rape for a minor

Police in Dagapela arrested a 65-year-old man for the alleged rape of a minor yesterday. The minor is a 16-year-old girl studying in one of the schools in Dagana. She is reportedly five months pregnant. As per sources, the suspect is a close neighbour of the girl. He was apprehended after the school authority informed the police.

District administration takes over Bailey bridge construction over Mochhu after contractor misses several deadlines

The days of using a ropeway as a lifeline to cross the Mochhu will be over by October for the residents of Bhalue chiwog at Chhubu Gewog in Punakha. The district administration has now taken over the construction of a bailey bridge over the river after the contractor missed several deadlines.

Need for a motorable bridge over Deklai river

It was in 2019 when the residents of Mendrupling village at Phuntshothang Gewog in Samdrup Jongkhar were promised a motorable bridge over the Deklai river. Three years on, there is no sight of bridge construction. The residents say a motorable bridge has now become the need of the hour if the village is to see any development.

LPG shortage in Tingtibi- Zhemgang

The unreliable supply of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders at the Tingtibi fuel depot in Zhemgang is taking a toll on the lives of the people in Tingtibi and nearby villages. The shortage has hit hard the hoteliers and residents alike. LPG agents claim that transporters are not willing to bring in LPG from the Gelephu depot because of the low transportation charges.

No bridge after the old one collapsed two months ago- Thrimshing

It has been three months since Pangzam, a bailey bridge in Thrimshing Gewog in Trashigang collapsed. And the villagers of two chiwogs have been walking from one road point to another using a suspension bridge. Now, they are requesting the works and human settlement ministry to construct a motorable bridge at the earliest.
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