Tshering Delma

Advertisement policy stuck due to delayed circulation audit

The advertisement policy and guidelines based on paper circulation audit conducted in 2014 has been discussed in two consecutive meetings within ministries, the cabinet and the media houses. MoIC Minister DN Dhungyel said that only five media houses participated in the audit in 2014, and therefore, the process could not …

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Establishing charging stations for electric cars  

According to the Minister of Information and Communications, a major source of pollution in Bhutan is the transport sector. “The effort of the government has been all along to improve on the pollution to reduce pollution as much as possible and give the service to people in an efficient period,” …

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Coaching Table Tennis coaches

An Olympic Solidarity course on International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) level-1 coaches’ course is being conducted in Thimphu by the Bhutan Olympic Commission (BOC) from December 21 to 28. The members include school sports instructor and member of dzongkhag sports association from all 20 dzongkhags consisting of 27 members; 21 …

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30 Bhutanese students stranded in Chennai flood

The heavy flood in Chennai, India over a last few weeks has destroyed road and rail links, shut down airports and rendered thousands of people homeless. Over 250 deaths have been caused by the flood so far. There are more than 30 Bhutanese students studying in SRM University located at …

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Fixing the power fluctuation problem in Hospitals

Though rectification works have been done there are frequent damages in the equipment of some hospitals due to power fluctuations, particularly in Dagapela and Sipsoo hospitals. However, the health minister said that the problem in some instances could be due to earthling and internal wiring as a thorough inspection was …

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