Sunday , February 26 2017
  • Looking back at the year of theMonkey

    When we turn the pages of Bhutan’s history, Bhutanese will remember 2016 as a year of profound significance, a year of Tendril that was never matched before. It was a year of celebrations- celebrating our successes.

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Latest News

ePIS to begin in February in Paro

Update: An electronic Patient Information System (ePIS) for Paro that was planned since last year is now scheduled for launch next month, according to health ministry officials.

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Gelephu clears bushy areas

Initiative: Bushy areas in Gelephu will soon be turned into agricultural land.

People in Gelephu gewog began clearing bushy areas from September last year. About 35 percent of bush land remains to be cleared.

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Decongesting the capital

Efficient and reliable public transport is the only long-term solution

Traffic: About 758 vehicles hit the roads every month last year taking the total number of vehicles in the country to 83,538 as of November.

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Making Dzongkha a main subject again

Education: Dzongkha could become one of the main subjects should the upcoming national education conference endorse it as recommended by Dzongkha teachers during the national curriculum review.

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Thromde to fix city’s potholes

But it will first focus on repairing water leakages that cause potholes Road: Driving along the roads in Thimphu city could be compared to riding a roller coaster. All drivers manoeuvre to save themselves and their cars from falling victim to the many potholes that pockmark the city’s roads.

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Pasakha road irks drivers, residents

Road: The half a kilometre road between Baunijhora and Bhalujhora towards Pasakha has become a menace to travellers and residents of the area. The road usually muddy in the summer becomes a source of dust in the winter.

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My Country, My Town

My Country, My Town