Friday , June 23 2017
  • Bhutanese students conned to study in Malaysia

    After an education consultancy firm failed to deliver the promised student visa and allegedly duped 23 students, parents of 18 students who are stuck in Malaysia on expired visa are expected to meet education ministry officials today for their help to bring their children home.

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PM orders OAG to support ACC in Trongsa case

Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay has directed the Office of Attorney General (OAG) to render full support and cooperation to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in Trongsa land transaction case involving the former Trongsa dzongdag Lhab Dorji.

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National Plant Protection Centre in Semtokha launched its pests of Bhutan website yesterday.

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A college for Zhemgang in the 12th Plan

Whether Zhemgang could have a college in the dzongkhag in the 12th Plan will be finalised when the Education Minister Norbu Wangchuk meet the local government officials after the parliament session.

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Cleaning camp in the alpine meadows

Thirty-six people from Sephu Gewog in Wangdue, along with eight forestry officials of Wangchuck Centennial National Park’s (WNCP) western range office, collected more than 600 kilogrammes of wastes along the Snowmen Trek.

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The nine-day Phurpai Drupchen concludes

The nine-day Phurpai Drupchen concluded the day before yesterday with blessings from Khoma Lama Namdrol Zangpo. The drupchen was presided by Lama Namdrol Zangpo and Lama Karma Wangdi, along with Khenpo and 60 tshampas. Gaypai Jinseg was performed for the prosperity of Tsawa-sum.

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