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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Latest News

Malaria still a threat

A forty-year-old soldier of Royal Bhutan Army (RBA) died of malaria on the eve of World Malaria Day on April 24 in Gelephu. This is the first reported malaria death in the country since 2013.

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Picture story

More than 170 domestic animals, including cattle, pigs and goats, were rescued after the Bhutan Semchen Tshethar Tshogpa (animal saving non-profit charity) was established in 2016.

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Sherig journey and challenges

The Centre for Educational Research and Development, Paro College of Education, in collaboration with University of Birmingham, UK launched Education in Bhutan: Culture, Schooling and Gross National Happiness at Royal Thimphu College on April 29.

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ACC clears Tsirangtoe MP

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) dropped its investigation on the alleged involvement of Tsirangtoe MP Novin Darlami in a fake Rural Enterprise Development Corporation Ltd (REDCL) office in Tsirang.

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