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31 May 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Fewer voters show up in Pemagatshel

This is particularly because of fewer people living outside Pemagatshel dzongkhag coming home to vote yesterday

23 May 2013 | Chador Wangmo | COMMENTS 0

Contact details help lower postal ballot rejection in Trongsa

This time around, the election officials in Trongsa have sent back more postal ballot

23 May 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Party presidents woo voters in district with fourth largest voters

Pemagatshel, in the past one week, has seen three party presidents

16 May 2013 | Rabi C Dahal | COMMENTS 0

One who is ignorant of his ancestry is like a monkey in the wilderness

In recent years Bhutan has been able to attract attention of the world

16 May 2013 | COMMENTS 0

HM Grants audience to Indian Foreign Secretary

His Majesty the King granted an audience to the visiting Indian Foreign Secretary

16 May 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Vandal leaves vital clues for police

Police in Pemagatshel have alerted their counterparts across the country and have launched a manhunt

10 May 2013 | COMMENTS 0

Their Majesties received His Holiness

His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen received His Holiness the Je Khenpo

09 May 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Farmers invest in DPL shares

The otherwise quiet and placid Bank of Bhutan (BoB) office in Pemagatshel is busy with unusually large crowds

02 May 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Dog pound turns to rest house in Pemagatshel

In 2008, a dog-pound was built in Pemagatshel at a cost of about 0.4 million.

25 Apr 2013 | Khandu Tobgyel | COMMENTS 0

36.9% voter turnout in Punakha

Of the total 14,641eligible voters in Punakha, only 5,404 voted in this week’s National Council Election.


We are leaving behind good legacy: DPT

At the 25th Meet the Press programme yesterday, Lyonchhen Jigmi Y Thinley said the coronation of the King

18 Apr 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Lack of effort kills rural ventures in Pemagatshel

Three years and all feathers.All the worth for efforts. This is Phuntsho Wangmo’s story

12 Apr 2013 | Chador Wangmo | COMMENTS 0

Trongsa’s council candidates campaign in Korphu

At the common forum campaign for National Council (NC) held at Korphu

12 Apr 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

Samdrupjongkar’s NC aspirants tell constituents their focus areas

peaking to some 200 constituents in Gomdar, the former National Council

04 Apr 2013 | Rabi C Dahal | COMMENTS 0

Bhutan at glance, a private museum in Bhutan

The recently opened private museum in Paro provides glimpses of artefacts that are almost rare

01 Apr 2013 | Chador Wangmo | COMMENTS 0

Negotiate trade agreement with India: BCCI

As of 2010, Bhutan and Nepal were the only two countries subject to the Duty Refund Procedure (DRP).

01 Apr 2013 | Khandu Tobgyel | COMMENTS 0

Bank of Bhutan opens branch in Gasa dzongkhag

The Bank of Bhutan (BoB) in addition to its 27 branches across the country opened its branch in Gasa on March 25

21 Mar 2013 | Gyembo Namgyal | COMMENTS 0

NA aspirants go gunning in constituencies

There is yet some time before the present National Assembly formally dissolves to prepare for the second

08 Mar 2013 | Administrator | COMMENTS 0

Education city gets bronze

The Bhutan Education City Project was recognised as one of best public-private partnership (PPP) projects in the emerging markets by IFC

08 Mar 2013 | Chador Wangmo | COMMENTS 0

Recurring mudslides cause problems for villagers

The more than 20-acre Daldalay landslide in Khagochen, Dagana, is causing problem

15 Feb 2013 | Khandu Tobgyel | COMMENTS 0

NC deliberates the scope of domestic violence bill

Some members submitted that the scope of the bill should be broad to include violence among legally married couples.

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