Sunday , July 23 2017
  • Water quality would be monitored every second week of the month for the next six to eight months

    E.Coli bacteria found in Thimphu and Paro rivers

    Water samples collected at various locations from the rivers in Thimphu and Paro were found to contain bacteria E.Coli. E.Coli is commonly found in the faeces of humans and other animals, indicating a possible presence of harmful, disease-causing organisms.

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First dharma camp engages 120 youth

Participants of dharma camp at the closing in Simtokha

The 14-day dharma camp for 120 students concluded yesterday in Thimphu. Institute of Science of Mind (ISM) in Semtokha organised the camp with support from the Zhung Dratshang. The students are from 12 higher and middle secondary schools in Thimphu.

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Prime minister Tshering Tobgay and founder of Fablab, Neil Gershenfeld inaugurate the Fablab in Bhutan. The lab is located in Babesa.

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