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Football fans not happy with the national team

By Tshering The Bhutanese National Football team lost to Maldives 2-0 in the second game of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers on Tuesday at the Changlimithang Stadium. Bhutanese fans were yet again disappointed with some raising eyebrows at the authority. Speaking to Bhutan Today, a resort manager in Paro, …

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BEHOLD THE BHUTANESE STARS…

Tandin Lhamo a 19-years-old from Thomgang, Dagana, studying in class 12 in Pelkhil school is talented boxer. Tandin joined boxing in 2015 and participated in National Boxing Championship organized by Bhutan Olympic Committee and Bhutan Boxing Federation. She represented Bhutan in Ulaanbaatar Cup 2017 held in Mongolia but lost to …

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Over to parents and teachers

The health minister Tandin Wangchuk sent a very important message at the most appropriate time when calling on parents to help curb the drug problem. The country is overwhelmed with the rising drug problem. We may not be talking about hardcore drugs, but the substances that Bhutanese- young and old- …

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65-kilometre Simtokha – Wangdue inaugurated

East-West highway to be completed by 2018 By Kinley Yonten The first stretch of 65 kilometer of Northern East-West Highway from Simtokha to Wangdue was inaugurated on June 28. The Foreign Minister, Damcho Dorji and the Works and Human Settlement Minister, Dorji Choden inaugurated the 65-kilometre Simtokha-Wangdue upgraded highway at …

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BEHOLD THE BHUTANESE STARS…

Chimmi Dema, a 21 year-old (born 1997, from Nobgang, Punakha) 1st year student of RTC is one of the most promising female athletes in the country. She is the first Bhutanese female to win the full marathon 42kms – Bhutan International Marathon 2017. Chimmi also won many Marathons and Cycle …

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