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May sees a spike in COVID-19 cases in Bhutan

After recording the biggest jump of five new cases within 24 hours on May 14 and three cases each on May 22, 24 and yesterday, Bhutan today has 31 COVID-19 positive cases, one of the lowest in the world

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Cyclone Amphan disrupts internet connectivity

While cyclone Amphan passed without much destruction, the past two days has exposed how vulnerable the country’s communication network is during times of disasters

No major impact from Amphan in Bhutan

The extremely severe cyclonic storm, Amphan made its landfall by 7pm yesterday but no major damages were reported in Bhutan

Cyclone Amphan to affect parts of Bhutan for the next two days

With the “extremely severe” cyclone Amphan making landfall this afternoon, authorities have warned of possible floods, swollen streams, and asked residents near river banks to be alert for the next 72 hours starting 3:30 pm today

Cyclone Amphan to affect parts of Bhutan for the next two days

With the “extremely severe” cyclone Amphan making landfall this afternoon, authorities have warned of possible floods, swollen streams, and asked residents near river banks to be alert for the next 72 hours starting 3:30 pm today

COVID-19: Bhutan starts online farmers' market system

In the bid to combat and contain COVID-19, Bhutan has launched an Online Farmers’ Market System (OFMS) to help farmers’ access market for their farm produce. The system was launched on May 15 in Phuentsholing

Government to repatriate 639 Bhutanese from the Middle East

Bhutanese Foreign Minister Dr Tandi Dorji said that the government would arrange five repatriation flights in the fourth phase to bring back 639 Bhutanese from the Middle East

Techies dreaming big for Bhutan

A tech-savvy Bhutan. That’s the dream. Fifteen-something programers at Selice in Thimphu Tech Park are planning Bhutan’s future

Health ministry to reinforce testing, tracing and treatment

In the wake of increasing positive Covid-19 cases in the country, the health ministry will start conducting periodic testing of high-risk communities and frontline responders along the border areas starting May 18

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The Tirupati man and understanding strategic deterrence

The COVID-19 lockdown ruminations continue.  There are some concepts in the world of international power play that are difficult to comprehend, even for us normal adults

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Miss Nepal calls for action to help migrant workers stranded at Nepal-India border

Miss Nepal World 2018 Shrinkhala Khatiwada is indeed a beauty with a purpose. She has lent her voice to the issues of migrants stranded on the Nepal-India border, showing her support for CNN Hero…