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Fire razes five houses in Haa

A fire in Kibri, Haa, razed five traditional houses to ground yesterday around 2:30AM. No casualties were reported. The cause of the fire is not known but the residents suspect a short circuit.

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CMIS to make data storage convenient

CMIS will monitor relinquished cases and alternative care application, which includes kinship, foster and adoption applications (Photo courtesy: NCWC)

National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC) launched Central Management Information System (CMIS) for women and children to address issues related to information storage, sharing, and stakeholders collaboration for protection of women and children in the country.

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Stray arrow victim dies

Kuenzang Dorji from Merak, who was hit with an arrow on the forehead on September 23, died at around 7:30AM yesterday at the Guwahati hospital in India.

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Stray arrows injure three in Trashigang

In separate incidents, stray arrows struck three men on their foreheads during an archery match in Trashigang on September 23 and 24. Kuenzang Dorji, 23, from Merak, who was injured after an arrow hit his forehead, is currently under observation at a hospital in Guwahati, India.

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Patterns of Happiness opens in Thimphu

The exhibition continues till October 15 (Photo: VAST Bhutan)

With 71 paintings by various Bhutanese artists, a competition exhibition named Patterns of Happiness opened at the Voluntary Artists’ Studio Thimphu (VAST) art gallery and VAST Bhutan studio in Thimphu on September 24.

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