Two football academies to start next year

The Bhutan Football Federation (BFF) will start two full-fledged football academies from next year – one for boys in Changjiji and the other for girls in Gelephu. The BFF has already started working on infrastructure development at both academies. Both academies are expected to start in the next academic year. Both the football academies will […]

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Business not as usual in Wamrong town

Hotel and restaurants have been drastically affected after the new Gyalpoizhing-Nganglam highway opened to traffic in May last year Business of hotels and restaurants at Wamrong town in Trashigang has shrunk after the 77-kilometer Gyalpoizhing-Nganglam highway was opened to traffic in May last year. Restaurants and hotels in Wamrong that cater to public transport buses […]

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Residents find alternative in bio-degradable carry bags

The bags come in varied colors and sizes with prices ranging from Nu 5 to 10 per piece Many residents in Phuentsholing have already begun using bio-degradable carry bags to carry their goods although the ban on plastics is yet to be affective from April 1. The non-woven bags, believed to be bio-degradable, have also […]

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Bepam residents hope community school to be reopened

The school was closed after it didn’t have the required number of students in 2016 Bepam residents of Udzorong gewog in Trashigang are hoping that Udzorong’s first community primary school, closed in 2016 due to fewer students to meet the extended classrooms, will be reopened. The community school was started with more than 70 students […]

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