News editors from 18 Asian countries deliberated media’s role in fighting climate change in a two-day conference “Himalayan system in a changing climate future and media’s role” which ended yesterd
The Cabinet yesterday added six birds to the list of protected wild animals in Bhutan under the Forest and Nature Conservation Act.
The study, worth Nu 2M, World Wildlife Fund officials said would focus on the snow leopard population and their places of existence to help prioritise the best areas for conservation.
Changmey health assistant Karma Wangdi has an old patient of his to see in the evening.
National Glaciers Within the last three decades, glaciers of Bhutan shrank by 189sqkm, less than half the size of one of the country’s smallest dzongkhags, Pemagatshel.
Climate Change Of late, farmer Rinchen of Semtokha is seeing some strange behaviour in her garden.
Bumdeling Park, Sershong, Mongar 12 October, 2011 - A forest fire that has been burning for the past three days may have destroyed more than 500 acres of chirpine forests of the Bumdeling park in S
Environment Ministers’ Meeting 30 September, 2011 - One of the outcomes of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation environment ministers’ meeting, which ended yesterday, was the endors
The September 18 tremors damaged 990 structures throughout Chukha dzongkhag, the final damage assessment report the dzongkhag compiled showed.
Future Policy Award 27 September, 2011 - Bhutan’s forest policy, which was short-listed with five other countries from a total of 20, for the Future Policy Award, did not win.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion