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Our reporter Jigme Wangchuk follows his story Krishna from Buri Chhu in Tsirang has been selling chugo (hardened cheese) for 15 years after his retirement from the police force. He walks around Thimphu city as Chugo Meme, the nickname he has earned
The 22-kilometre walk was organised by the unit with the theme Protect environment for physical and spiritual wellbeing. Over 180 people participated in the walk, including students and teachers of the college and executives from the nearby offices.
The class 12 student of Phuentsholing Higher Secondary School suffered a deep cut that led to lung damage and internal bleeding. The Tsirang district court on Tuesday sentenced six Indian construction workers to prison terms ranging from four to nine
Last weekend, Chencho Thinley from Paro was eliminated from the show with cash and other prizes, while Tshering Tashi from Phongmey in Trashigang, won the Voice of the Week title. Dorji Wangchuck from Tago under Trongsa Dzongkhag had held the title.
The eliminated contestants were given Nu 10,000 each along with a dinner set and The Stain on the Moon novel by aspiring Bhutanese author, Deki Wangmo Dorji. Yoezer Lhamo, 21, from Pemagatshel was adjudged the Voice of the Week...It came out of the
One such economic initiative is the feasibility study of making the two gewogs a production house of gaudha cheese (popularly known in Bhutan as Swiss Cheese). The initiative, dzongkhag officials say, is an effort towards diversifying alternative
They perform rituals and rites in times of illness, death, birth, and on auspicious days. People say it is becoming harder by the day to get gomchhens to perform rituals, especially in times of illness. It is difficult to find gomchhens in the
Second Imtrat volleyball tournament tomorrow August 19, 2011 More than 20 teams are expected to participate in the second Imtrat Knockout Volleyball Tournament in Yonphula, Trashigang, tomorrow. Organised by the eastern Bhutan detachment of Imtrat (
A five-kilometre new irrigation channel to 30 acres of paddy fields in Jamkhardrang is benefiting more than 170 households in the two gewogs...Jamkhar is on the border between Trashigang and Trashiyangtse dzongkhags. According to the former gup of
We never had rural water supply scheme, said Gempo, a villager. The villagers have been collecting water from a tiny spring located about 400 metres above the village. We have dug a tiny pond around the spring water and connected a pipe that runs