Sunday, November 18, 2012

Picture story:

A temporary bridge spans over the Maokhola in Gelephu,  which users say will last until the next monsoon.

215 receive kidu

In addition to 200 citizenships, 15 scholarships were received 
Samtse College of Education: “I faced a lot of difficulty when I did not have a citizenship identity card, but now I feel secure,” Pema Wangmo, a second year trainee at the Samtse College of Education, said. 

Separating the wheat from the chaff

Political Parties: In reviewing the documents aspiring political parties have filed in for registration, election commission officials are ensuring “they fulfill all the legal requirements”.

What we measure is what we get: PM

While it has to be given credit for the good it has brought to mankind, Gross Domestic Product has been blindly and wrongly accepted as a measure of societal wellbeing, Prime Minister Jigmi Y Thinley said in his keynote address on Gross National Happiness at the 80th Anniversary of the Thai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Bangkok, Thailand on November 17.

Picture story:

A statue of Sangay Manla (medicinal Buddha) was consecrated at the Trashiyangtse hospital yesterday for the well being of the people and to mark the royal wedding anniversary.

No developments in astrologer kidnap case

It’s been three days and there has neither clues nor news of the missing man 
Gakiling, Sarpang: As of last evening, police and security personnel on both sides of the border were still looking for clues, in connection with the abduction of a village astrologer from Sarpang dzongkhag’s Gakiling gewog, around 7:30pm on November 16.

Lets talk toilets

Editorial: It is not as exciting and appealing as climate change, environment and of course, its sexy sister, water, this toilet.

They probably appear trivial and somewhere lower down on our list of priorities of listed developments.