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Bhutan locally made products centre

Bhutan locally made products centre

Bhutan locally made products centre The local business firms will now be able to showcase locally produced products such as construction materials, handicrafts, and agro-products directly to the consumers without having to travel for marketing. The recently constructed exhibition centre in Changzamtog, Thimphu has made this possible. Apart from showcasing the products, the centre will provide adequate information about the products before placing orders. The Works and Human Settlement Minister…

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Bhutanese Prime Minister traveling to Paris to address the Seventh Replenishment of the Global Environment Facility

Bhutanese Prime Minister traveling to Paris to address the Seventh Replenishment of the Global Environment Facility

Bhutanese Prime Minister traveling to Paris to address the Seventh Replenishment of the Global Environment Facility Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay will travel to Paris, France to deliver the keynote address at the first meeting of the seventh Replenishment of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Trust Fund on March 29, according to a foreign affairs ministry press release. The replenishment meetings of GEF provide an opportunity for contributing participants to review GEF’s…

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Dakpa Kora at Trashiyangtse

Dakpa Kora at Trashiyangtse

Dakpa Kora at Trashiyangtse The 15-day Baza Guru Dungdrup that is being presided over by Khamtrul Rinpoche at Choeten Kora in Trashiyangtse will end tomorrow. Dungdrup Tshogpa’s general secretary, Ten Dorji, said that the dungdrup was organised in memory of Khandro (Dakini) who is believed to have been buried alive inside the choeten. For this, a ritual known as Dakpa Kora is organised every year where hundreds of people from…

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Godlewski’s bunting is the latest addition to Bhutan’s avian biodiversity to 719

Godlewski’s bunting is the latest addition to Bhutan’s avian biodiversity to 719

Godlewski’s bunting is the latest addition to Bhutan’s avian biodiversity to 719 Godlewski’s bunting is the latest addition to Bhutan’s avian biodiversity. With the sighting of the Godlewski’s bunting, Bhutan now has 719 birds. The Godlewski’s bunting is the second new bird species to be recorded this year after the Yellow-eyed babbler () was sighted and recorded in the Royal Manas National Park (RMNP) in February. “Off to Bhutan,” a birding…

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