From Gewogs and Dzongkhag

Farmers receive demonstration to use agriculture tools The officials from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forest (MoAF) demonstrated the use of sprinkler irrigation, nursery rising under protected (polyhouse) cultivation to farmers in Lamgong gewog. The initiative is expected to bring around 40 acres of area under vegetable cultivation in Lamgong gewog. Paro More...

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By The Bhutanese On Friday, August 24th, 2012
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From the Gewogs and Towns

Farm road works to start soon For the year 2012 to 2013, the construction for a one km farm road is all set to begin at Nyisho gewog in. “This farm road is expected to boost the lives of the villagers who have More...

By tb admin On Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012
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From Gewogs and Dzongkhag

Government grants 60% fund for green house construction The Agriculture ministry granted funds to five villagers in Paro to construct a green house in their lands to grow vegetables. The move is initiated to promote More...

By The Bhutanese On Saturday, August 18th, 2012
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From the Gewogs Dzongkhags

Works under CDG fund on the verge of completion The constructions of a feeder road, drain and multipurpose hall at the chiwog centre are almost complete at Bji gewog in Haa Dzongkhag. The works are commissioned More...

By The Bhutanese On Wednesday, August 15th, 2012
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The dire need of the hour is a bridge In addition to the lack of a motorable road the gewogs of Lawa, Langa, Kashiphako and Rukha under Athang are also in need of a bridge which would make their living a lot better. Athang More...

By The Bhutanese On Friday, August 10th, 2012
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Bardo still in Bardo One of Bhutan’s most remote and backward gewog, Bardo is still the poetic imagery of its namesake which translates to ‘the intermediate state between life and rebirth’. The gewog even More...

By The Bhutanese On Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
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NCDs account for huge loss of lives and huge expenditure About 250mn people in the South East Asia Region (SEAR) are Smokeless Tobacco (ST) users, this statistical data was presented at the ‘Regional Tobacco Control More...

By The Bhutanese On Friday, August 3rd, 2012
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Wild boar rescued by forest officials Human Wildlife Conflict is a common problem in Bumthang dzongkhag and the most visible pests are the wild pigs and the Himalayan black bear. A farmer from Jalikhar village which More...

By The Bhutanese On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Pangkhar Previews Shortage of Medicines People of the community fear if Goshing community and Dikala Project workers continue to visit Pangkhar’s Basic Health Unit (BHU), pretty soon, it will run short of supply. Gewog More...

By The Bhutanese On Friday, July 27th, 2012
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Flash flood threatening the lives of villagers Three houses are on the verge of collapse due to continuous rain and flashfloods at Dahap village under Geling gewog in Chhukha dzongkhag. Incessant rain for three More...