Connectivity: Close to a hundred vehicles were stranded yesterday at Kamji where a portion of the highway was washed away.Read More »
Monthly Archives: July 2016
However, the only cornea surgeon being on EoL is an issue that the eye bank faces currently
Eye Bank: Despite the opening of an eye bank at the Thimphu referral hospital about two years ago, no cornea transplants could take place so far with the only cornea surgeon gone on extraordinary leave.Read More »
Medical: Despite heavy rain and floods inundating properties and settlements in places like Gelephu, Sarpang and Phuentsholing, no reports of communicable diseases have been recorded by health facilities, according to health officials from these areas.Read More »
Bridges in Athang, Laya and Lunana were washed away
Connectivity: At least three bazams or wooden bridges in Athang gewog, Wangdue have been washed away following heavy rainfall since last week leaving more than eight villages totally cut off.Read More »
Flood: Early warning sirens that went off at around 1:30am yesterday sent the people of Chamkhar town in Bumthang scurrying about, trying to reach higher ground.Read More »
As forecast, the weather improved slightly yesterday.
His Majesty The King remains in the south and on the ground, personally assessing and leading protection, relief and recovery works. We can ask for no better example of leadership.Read More »
Weather: Heavy rains are likely to continue at least until the end of August according to the weather report that the Department of Hyro-Met Services submitted to the Prime Minister.Read More »
However, accurate data to deduce the degree of the problem and required medical equipment to treat the disorder are lacking
Medical: Some 67 new cases of epilepsy were registered with the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital’s psychiatry department in Thimphu last year.Read More »
Land: The Dzongkhag Tshogdu of Mongar decided to form a local government committee to resolve encroachment on state-owned and private registered land.Read More »
However, the project’s managing director says there will be no delay or extra expenses incurred
Flood: A swollen Punatsangchhu spilled over the Punatsangchhu Hydropower Project Authority (PHPA)-II coffer dam and flooded the main dam construction site yesterday.