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Community challenged to rear sheep in Bumthang

Sonam Lhamo often weaves yathra from imported wool

Choongphel chiwog in Bumthang used to be a sheep rearing community. Not any more. Farmers, who used to own flock of sheep, chose to rear cattle while the younger generations aren’t keen on keeping the practice going.

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Hotel associations sign MoU to enhance cooperation

The MoU will explore the possibility of conducting joint marketing campaigns to promote all three countries

To encourage cross border tourism and to foster the development of hospitality industry, the Hotel and Restaurant Associations of Bhutan (HRAB), Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India and Hotel Association Nepal (HAN) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at Bengaluru in India on September 15.

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Children’s imagination captured in artwork

JICA volunteers with JICA’s Executive Senior Vice President, Kazuhiko Koshikawa at the exhibition

The woods, the fluffy clouds almost kissing the hills and the serenity make Haa Chundu a perfect subject for artists. The tranquility often punctuated by the cheering of students meeting at a regional sports completion below hardly bothers the calmness of the place. Haa Chundu, at least this time of the year, is the place for an artist who wants to escape the hurly burly of a city life.

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Team formed to inspect cars in Gelephu region

Road inspection will now be different in the Gelephu region, as the Road Safety and Transport Authority’s (RSTA) regional office has formed a team comprising officials from its six dzongkhags last week to inspect all vehicles thoroughly.

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Day looks at vices of democracy

A rapper shows up in full Bhutanese regalia. All out of place, to talk about things so pertinent – democracy of the day. “Dear Prime Minister…” he rattles on. The message is deep in a way although at time it is way out of place.

A rapper shows up in full Bhutanese regalia. All out of place, to talk about things so pertinent – democracy of the day. “Dear Prime Minister…” he rattles on. The message is deep in a way although at time it is way out of place.

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