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Low-cost sanitary pads for schools girls


Education: To give every school-going girl access to safe sanitary pads, the education ministry launched a project that will provide low-cost sanitary pads during the National Education Conference in Phuentsholing yesterday.

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Forester clean forests


In a daylong cleaning campaign, foresters across the country collected about 15 truckloads and nine DCM truckloads of garbage from forests and roadside areas yesterday.

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A big goal for a small population


Gasa aims to become the cleanest dzongkhag 

Waste: Gasa might be the least developed or the last dzongkhag to receive basic facilities such as a paved road, fuel station, power and bus services, but the least populated dzongkhag thinks big.

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Court language being questioned

Judiciary: The recent verdict on the Druk Phuensum Tshogpa’s defamation case against Dasho Benji, delivered in English, raises the question about the language of the courts.

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Former education minister receives award

Award: Former education minister and president of Royal Thimphu College (RTC), Thakur S Powdyel, has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award by Samata Sahitya Academy, a philanthropic organisation based in Mumbai, India.

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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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