Shazops in Trashiyangtse face raw material shortage

The craft of making wooden bowls like Dhapa and Dza, called Shazo, is booming today in Trashiyangtse unlike other traditional crafts. Trashiyangtse is not just known for being the winter home to the endangered black-necked cranes and the popular Choeten Kora, but it is also well known for its traditional wooden bowl, dhapa. Shazops say […]

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Landlords worry about lack of tenants in Ranibagan

Although the development of Sechamthang (Ranibagan) town in Sarpang is in full swing with mushrooming of multiple buildings, landlords feel that getting tenants will be a huge problem. Apart from the residents of five villages above the town and commuters plying the along Gelephu-Tsirang National Highway, the town does not expect many visitors unlike other […]

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Downpour affects BCCL the most among Pasakha industries

Bhutan Carbide and Chemicals Limited in Pasakha has been affected the most by recent heavy downpour among the industries. Unlike the other industries where the block at Bahunijhora River has cut them off for almost a week, BCCL has lost properties to the flash flood. The flash flood from Barsa River which flows near the […]

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Protecting environment, a shared responsibility: PM

The government initiated plans and programs on mananging waste and on climate change and carbon neutrality during the fiscal year 2018-19, states the State of the Nation report. Presenting the report, Lyonchhen Dr. Lotay Tshering said the profound policies articulatedby our Monarchs and conscious efforts over the years to realizing them have ensured that our […]

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