Here are some interesting facts about Bhutan’s pristine natural resources as presented by Kuenzang Tshering of International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development in Bhutan’s national newspaper, Kuensel: The whole country is located within one of 34 designated global biodiversity hotspots. Fifty percent of the country’s geographical area is protected. Almost 70% of Bhutan’s population live in...
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Bhutan is proud to have white gold (rivers and streams) in the country from which it generates hydroelectric power and make income for its country. However, the most likely scenario could be it would expect not in distant future. The nations gushing resource could be in danger and it was based on the findings of...
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The eight and half acres of land across the lanjozam(cantilever bridge) near tashochhodzong is been identified to build a memorable park. one portion of the land belongs to the government, and the other to the Royal Grand mother Ashi kezang Choden Wangchuk.the royal grand mother has named the upcoming park Gongzin Sonam Tobgye Dorji and...
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Tuesdays have been observed as the Pedestrian day since June 5 this year. Although the government has been receiving mixed reactions on it the day still is observed as the pedestrian day. Except for emergency services, passenger buses, vehicles of armed forces , taxi’s depending on their number plate, and bicycles, no vehicles are allowed...
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