BUSINESS

Tertiary sector, the largest contributor to economy

Last year imports of goods and services rose by 15.74 percent while the export of goods and services increased by 8.92 percent SONAM PENJOR Thimphu Out of the three main…

POLITICS

ENVIRONMENT

Saving the majestic big cats

Gewog Tiger Conservation Tshogpa launched STAFF REPORTER Thimphu The Bhutan Center for Tigers and Department of Forests and Parks Services (DoFPS) had proposed for community-based tiger conservation fund to mitigate…

EDITORIAL

The fight against HIV/AIDS

Bhutan has made significant strides in battling sexually transmitted diseases, chiefly AIDS, ever since the first case was detected in the early 1990s. However, despite all the strident measures and…

Dreaming Big: Project Tunnelling

An old saying goes thus: “If you aim for the stars you will at least reach the moon.” Same goes with all simple rules in life; that if we have…

OPINION

Sarpang: The vegetable capital in the making

In 2016, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests banned the import of vegetables such as chillies, cauliflowers, and beans as high levels of pesticides were detected in the items. Ever…