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Bear maul victim recovering

Update: The farmer from Rinchenzor in Nganglam dungkhag who was mauled by a bear and her two cubs on October 5, is recovering and is in a stable condition at the Nganglam basic health unit (BHU).

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Fund for protected areas close to fruition

The initiative comes just as investments on conservation have been decreasing 

Conservation: Bhutan for Life initiative, a fund that would guarantee long-term protection of Bhutan’s parks and biological corridors (BCs), is steadily nearing its realisation.

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Growing need to replenish health trust fund

With donors withdrawing, Bhutanese are encouraged to contribute and help sustain free health care in the country  Donation: A thanksgiving event to past foreign donors of the Bhutan Health Trust Fund (BHTF) will mark the launch of the trust fund’s financing of essential drugs and vaccines on October 14 in Thimphu.

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ScanCafe expands but transport problems persist

ICT: While Bhutan Post has increased the number of buses operating between the city centre to Babesa from two to six, ScanCafe, a US-based company operating at the IT park says that the number is still not enough for its employees to get to work on time.

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Commercial centre planned in Dagapela

Thromde: While Dagapela residents gave up their hope to see their old town develop into a yenlag throm after Lhamoizingkha was declared one, the recent visit by the works and human settlement minister has renewed their hope for township.

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