• PM asks MoE to consider underage admission this time 

    Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering has asked the education ministry to reconsider its decision on revoking the admission of underage children for this academic session. The letter sent through the Cabinet Secretary yesterday has directed the ministry to allow the children to continue their education. Admission of 890 underage pre-primary students in public and private schools were revoked in May.

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Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen and Gyalsey in good health

People express their gratitude for the precious gift

Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen and His Royal Highness The Gyalsey are in perfect health under the devoted care of a professional medical team, a press release from the Royal Office of Media assured the people and well-wishers.

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29 babies born on 5/2/2016

Health: Coinciding with The Gyalsey’s birth, 29 babies were born in hospitals across the country on February 5.

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Bumthang celebrates The Gyalsey’s Birth

Celebrations: When his cellphone rang in the middle of the night on Friday, Chumey gup, Tandin Phurba woke up wondering who would call him at such an odd hour. It was the dzongdag, at 3am from Bumthang.

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A New Era is Born

 Bhutan welcomes The Gyalsey

“I am deeply pleased to announce that Jetsun and I look forward to the birth of our son in the coming Losar… I take this opportunity to offer prayers on this most propitious day, as a father, for my son.”

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The problem of plenty

Water: Bhutan is faced with the problem of abundant waters. While the country has one of the highest per capita water availability in the world, accessibility for various purposes is fast becoming a growing challenge. Experts formulating the National Integrated Water Resources Management Plan for the past 16 months say so.

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