Mum’s trivia Time fun facts, and popular mothers in history

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Trashigang faces drinking water shortage post flood

A private contractor has been supplying water to the town residents from his water tanker since July 24 The flash flood of July 22 in Trashigang has washed away water pipelines in three different locations at the source, affecting the water supply in town. With the temperatures soaring every day, Trashigang residents are in dire […]

Industries happy with facilitation of polling booths for employees

With the facilitation of polling booths for the employees of industries in Phuentsholing and Pasakha, these industrial workers can exercise their right to vote in the upcoming National Assembly elections this year. The effort was to keep the operation of the industries’ offices and plants uninterrupted during elections.  With the facilitation, the employees after registration […]

Appointment system a ‘no show’

Six more departments will start appointment system by September this year Six months since the appointment system at Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) started and it has gained little popularity. People did not turn up for their appointments after making one for the day. Talking to Business Bhutan, the Medical Superintendent of JDWNRH, […]

The Manifesto for a Quieter Revolution – Jurmi Chhowing

  Ladies and Gentlemen, Lads and Lassies, and Others of a Certain Ilk; May I welcome you to The Manifesto for a Quieter Revolution? Please do not ask any ‘questions’. Instant questions demand faster answers and that is the birth of all noise.This, on the other hand, is The Manifesto for a Quieter Revolution, or […]

My Spirit and I – Vinita Dawra Nangia

While we may tame our social selves, our inner selves live on unencumbered and unshackled – true and childlike forever. My spirit jumps up to dance in the rain while I lag behind, hesitating, calculating, wondering …and then discarding. She looks in through the window, beckoning, wondering, pleading…. and then gives up on me. She […]

As we head to the polls

Politics and elections are taking position of prominence and importance lately, going by reports in the media and talks doing the round in town. Most events and activities for now have at least something to do with politics or the upcoming elections. A sense of urgency and busyness, among political parties and candidates, the Election […]

1,159 forestry offence cases recorded last year

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF) apprehended and detected 1,159 offence cases in 2017. The crimes committed comprised mainly hunting and poaching of wild animals and their parts, smuggling and illegal sale and misuse of timber products, collection of non-wood forest products without permit and other illegal activities. Despite frequent patrolling and active vigil, […]

Triumphing against the odds

Thirty-one-year-old Pema Tshering from Tshakarling in Mongar was diagnosed with cerebral palsy since birth but today Pema is an independent entrepreneur earning almost Nu 20,000 on an average in a month, He is one of the most recognized painters and wood-carvers in Bhutan. He was abandoned at the tender age of six when his parents […]

Bhutanese athletes gear up for 18th Asian Games 2018

Bhutan will participate in four sporting disciplines: boxing, taekwondo, golf and archery in the upcoming 18th Asian Games, which is scheduled to be held from August 18 to September 2 in the Jakarta and Palembang in Indonesia. Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC) has selected athletes from four national federations to represent the country at the event. […]