Tuesday , October 17 2017

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‘Bhutan for life’ goes live next month

A project that will manage the protected areas in the country, ‘Bhutan for life,’ will start this November, Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay said at the first meeting of dzongkhag tshogdu (DT) chairpersons in Thimphu yesterday.

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Lhamoizingkha township development lingers on

Although Lhamoizingkha township development in Dagana has seen little progress, people are optimistic. Once the Dagapela highway is complete, Lhamoizingkha could be a centre connected with three major highways and bring economic advantages to the town residents.

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International designers and models will participate in the Project Bhutan Season 6 – The Global Edition event tomorrow at Taj Tashi, Thimphu.

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Labour shortage affects agriculture sector

According to the latest agriculture reports, large movement of people from rural to urban centres is hurting the agriculture sector badly. Fifty-three percent of farming households faced labour shortage in 2016.

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A total of 96 students from Thimphu schools attended the Gyalsey Nachung Camp from September 23- 26 at the Hongtsho Primary School. Themed ‘Success through synergy’, the camp is expected to support 11 and 12-year olds in their physical, mental and spiritual development.

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