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Bhutan

TCB to reinforce Bhutan as a high-end destination

The hotel industry that has seen an explosion in recent years and directly dependent on tourism will be in for shake up with the Touris...

Now, Bhutan stops irrigation water for Indian farmers

When the entire nation was busy in discussing about violent stand-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh and Nepal&r...

Covid-19 hits Bhutan-India water cooperation

In Baksa district of Assam in north-east India, right next to the Bhutan border, hundreds of farmers held a demonstration this month. T...

High prevalence of corruption in public service delivery i...

The perception of corruption in the form of favouritism based on friendship and family relationship is prevalent in public service deli...

Crime drops in Bhutanese capital during Covid-19 pandemic

With fewer people on the streets, especially during the night, and more at their homes, the capital city is witnessing a drop in crime....

COVID-19 may delay Bhutan’s third LG elections

Apart from hobbling the economy and putting immense strain on the health system, the global coronavirus pandemic is delaying elections...

Bhutan parliament endorses Budget Appropriation Bill 2020-...

The National Assembly  of Bhutan on Monday endorsed the Budget Appropriation Bill 2020-21 amounting to almost Nu 74B with the curr...

Bhutan launches National Environment Strategy 2020

To further conserve biodiversity and protect the environment, the National Environment Commission Secretariat (NECS) launched the new...

Bhutanese truckers on Indian roads at risk of Covid-19

Ensuring that Bhutanese drivers on the Indian highways are following safety protocols to avoid risk of Covid-19 has become challenging...

Bhutan’s total public debt increases by Nu.8.5B

Bhutan’s total public debt stands at Nu 193B as of March this year, which is an increase of Nu 8.5B from June 2019. The debt to G...

Bhutan’s new royal baby makes his Instagram debut

In 1972, King Jigme Singye Wangchuck of the South Asian nation Bhutan (population 750,000) made headlines for coining the phrase &ldquo...

Japan to train Bhutan officials for higher policy making c...

Japan will accept a third batch of young Bhutanese government officials at universities from next year in a project aimed at enhancing...

Bhutan’s budget session to begin on June 1

Bhutan parliament will resume on June 1 after more than a two-month break to pass the annual budget for the fiscal year 2020-21 and the...

Bhutan’s tourism and related sectors massively hit by COVI...

The impact of COVID-19 pandemic is already deep and widespread, affecting lives and livelihoods of thousands of Bhutanese, according to...

Indo-Bhutan border continuing with tight restriction

The fourth segment of CoVID 19 lockdown has come with certain relaxations at few corners. But restrictions at Indo-Bhutan and Indo-Nepa...

Government to repatriate 639 Bhutanese from the Middle Eas...

Foreign Minister Dr Tandi Dorji said that the government  would arrange five repatriation flights in the fourth phase to bring bac...

The best photos of the Bhutanese Royal Family, starring th...

Bhutan's King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema are quite a couple. The King ascended the throne when he was still i...

American's rescue from Bhutan involves a king, a ventilato...

The 76-year old American tourist arrived at the hospital in Thimphu, the sleepy capital of Bhutan, on a cool day in early March. His s...

Build Bhutan to employ 7,000 in the construction sector

A round 7,000 job seekers will find work in the construction sector through the labour ministry’s Build Bhutan Project beginning...

Covid-19 triggers Bhutan’s agriculture and forest policy c...

Bhutanese people visiting a vegetable market Covid-19 has not only sent Bhutanese digging their backyards to grow vegetables b...

Bhutan reports two more COVID-19 cases

Just a day after Bhutan reported two positive cases of COVID-19, the Health Ministry has announced two more positive cases Tuesday. Li...