Kuensel (Bhutan)

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - The Prime Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand arrived in Bhutan today on a two-day official visit at the invitation of Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ ANN) - When photographs of the body of a Bhutanese woman, an overseas employee who died abroad, started circulating on social media recently, the labour ministry was oblivious of such posts on Facebook.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ ANN) - The Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) has projected the country’s economy to grow by 8.2 per cent in the next  three years.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - The Election Commission of Bhutan has the responsibility to conduct free and fair elections, not to decide for the people.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - The people are concerned by the disturbing pictures being posted and shared on social media platforms. Sometimes it is the severed bodies from accident sites, at other times, they are picture of suicides.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - Anxiety and depression are the most common mental health problems in Bhutan today.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - Bhutan's National Law Review Taskforce suggested amending the Election Act 2008 to bar parties from trading candidates after the primary election.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - Bhutan Medical and Health Council (BMHC) has notified all medical and health professionals registered with the Council, aspiring to contest for the upcoming Parliamentary election that their registration will be suspended until the end of the election period.

KANGLUNG, Bhutan (Kuensel/ANN) - One of the political parties in Bhutan accused the serving education minister for using government resources and personnel to pursue his political agenda in a preparation for the upcoming general elections.

THIMPHU (Kuensel/ANN) - An aspiring political party, Druk Gaki Tshogpa (DGT) has not met two criteria as per the electoral laws and rules and cannot be registered as a political party, the High Court’s larger bench ruled on July 13.