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Bhutan With just seconds left in the game, the queen of Bhutan went to the hole like a hungry snow leopard pouncing on a mountain goat, taking two dribbles and three long strides before putting up a royal layup. Kuni Takahashi for The New York Times
Eleven Bhutanese soldiers were killed and several others injured on Monday in an explosion while they were disposing of old ammunition...Five soldiers in a critical condition were flown in helicopters from Haa to the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National
Sad but true, Bhutan's Gross National Happiness index is not immune to politics. Much has been made in recent years of the measure preferred by the tiny Buddhist kingdom over such cold and utilitarian Western-style metrics as gross domestic product.
It is twilight outside a pub in the Bhutanese capital, Thimphu. As the rest of the country settles under the covers, youngsters engage in lively political discussions about key issues ahead of Saturday's general elections...Two out of four competing
Celebrating Bhutanese and Indian culture, the August 9-11 festival would serve as a platform to share stories and engage in storytelling, viewing and watching plays, listening and reading popular fiction or travel writing. Mountain Echoes will be
In the city for the second time after a gap of 20 years, Bhutan Crown Prince Jigyel Ugyen Wangchuck says he loves shooting and believes this is one sport which can push his country to the pedestal of glory in the world of sport The Crown Prince of
Millions of women across the world have silently endured mental and physical abuse by men since time immemorial. To put an end to violence meted out against women, and to change the world's indifferent attitude towards such issues, a global
Taipei, Jan. 28 (CNA) The current lifestyle will lead humanity to destruction, visiting former Bhutan Prime Minister Kinzang Dorji warned Monday. "We need to change our mind and mend our ways. We need to begin by acknowledging, life as we live it is
Photographer/filmmaker Nitesh has undertaken a peace trip from India to Vietnam on his trusty bike...Now whenever I hear the word Bhutan, alag che (it's different) comesto mind. Last Saturday (October 13) was the first wedding anniversary of the
During her trip, Raynor, who is the coordinator of the Family Literacy Program in the Adult Education and Transition Programs division at Kishwaukee College, visited Wangmo's Montessori Day Care Center. (Rob Winner firstname.lastname@example.org) Carla Raynor'