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Mass electric fencing to curb human-wildlife conflict

The Minister of Agriculture and Forests, Yeshey Dorji, said that the electric fencing is an effective and cheaper way to ward off the human-wildlife conflict. He was speaking at the 14th Meet-the-Press yesterday. Lyonpo said the government plans to carry out a mass solar powered or electric powered fencing project …

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Prime minister says East-West highway is important

During the question hour session the Kilkhorthang- Mendrelgang representative, MP Yogesh Tamang asked the Prime Minister, Tshering Tobgay on the importance of proper developmental planning as the Government of India (GoI) has been a major development partner since 1961. He said that 546 Km long Thimphu to Trashigang double lining …

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Domestic airports to all become re-operational by 2015-2016

During the question-hour session of National Assembly on 3rd December, Gelephu constituency MP Gopal Mongar said that the domestic flights between Paro-Yonphula and Paro-Bumthang sectors operated for a few months and then got suspended after that. A successful test flight was also conducted on the Paro-Gelephu sector. He questioned the …

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RCSE announces the Civil Service Exam Results

The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) declared results of the Bhutan Civil Service Examination (BCSE) yesterday and this year two women are in the toppers list. From a total of over 2,800 university graduates who sat for the Preliminary exam, just over 1,238 bachelors’ degree graduates appeared for the civil …

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