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Bhutan's Royal Kanjur Project completed

The 111 volumes of the Kanjur texts in gold calligraphy are currently present in the sacred chamber of Bhutan's iconic Buddhist monastery -Tashichhodzong.

Bhutan: King unveils Gelephu Mindfulness City SAR project which aims to extend from India to Southeast Asia

Bhutanese King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck highlighted the Gelephu Mindfulness City during his 116th National Day address.

COP28: Bhutan Pavilion launched, fragile ecosystems remain in focus

The Bhutan Pavilion was recently launched at the 28th Conference of Parties or COP28 in Dubai where the Himalayan nation showcased its commitments to addressing climate change and maintaining carbon neutrality.

Dza-zo: Bhutanese village is preserving its traditional pottery-making culture

Bhutan's Gangzur village is trying to preserve its local pottery tradition, a part of the region's rich cultural heritage, known as Dza-zo.

Bhutan: E-platform launched for young entrepreneurs

Giving a strong ground to young entrepreneurs of Bhutan,  the Youth Development Fund has created e-Mentoring Platform, media reports said.

Bhutan: Experts discuss pros, cons of AI during panel discussion

Bhutan recently hosted a panel discussion where experts from the field participated to discuss the pros and cons of implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Bhutan: Construction of check dams proving successful in preventing Aieslip roadblock

Thimphu: Construction of check dams along the Gelephu-Zhemgang Highway at Aieslip has proved to be successful in preventing flooding, giving relief to people of Bhutan.

Bhutan: Japanese technology implemented in Thimpu to treat wastewater

Thimphu is witnessing the implementation of Japanese technology-   Johkasou wastewater treatment- to treat wastewater in the Bhutanese city.

Bhutan: Country's literature for children stands as beacon of nation’s heritage, spirituality

Bhutan's children’s literature stands as a beacon of the nation’s heritage and spirituality of the Himalayan nation.

Former Bhutanese tour guide ventures into poultry farming

A former tour guide of Bhutan has found his newfound passion in poultry farming in the Dungmin Gewog village of the country, media reports said.

Singapore and Bhutan sign Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on carbon credits

Singapore: Minister for Trade and Industry Gan Kim Yong and Bhutan’s Minister for Energy and Natural Resources Loknath Sharma reaffirmed their commitment to global climate action today and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on carbon credits.

Bhutanese community ‘Tsirang’ aims to prosper under Mawong Yuetshen project

Thimphu: Tsirang, a rural community aiming for a prosperous future, is experiencing a major transformation in Bhutan under the ‘Mawong Yuetshen’ project, media reports said.

Red Lantern Analytica alerts Bhutan that siding with China will cost it huge losses like Sri Lanka and Pakistan

New Delhi: Red Lantern Analytica, a New Delhi-based international affairs observer group, has released a statement alerting Bhutan that sliding with China will cost it huge losses like Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

Bhutan Echoes to host Drukyul’s Literature Festival in August

Thimphu:  Bhutan Echoes is giving good news to people of Bhutan as it will host Drukyul’s Literature Festival from the 4th to the 6th of August in Thimphu.

Bhutan: Villagers earning their livelihood by cultivating endangered medicinal herb Chirata

Thimphu: Villagers of  Lauri Gewog region of Bhutan are earning their livelihood through an endangered medicinal herb named Chirata.