Bhutan

February, 2021

  • 1 February

    Water Levels in Himalayan River Basins Drop as World Warms

    Rising temperatures mean more water is being lost through evaporation and absorbed by plants. At the same time, less water is entering river basins from rain and snowfall as weather patterns change.

January, 2021

  • 10 January

    Hydropower Leaves Cracked Houses Across Bhutan

    Rural communities have found cracks developing in their homes as continuous blasting for construction of hydropower projects takes place nearby.

December, 2020

  • 25 December

    Trans-Asian Railway: Gateway for South and Southeast Asia

    Trying to be a regional power on its way to being a global one, India is turning a blind eye to the fact that while Eurasia is a reality mainly because of BRI. The time of world leaders, global or even regional powers dominating others is vanishing and a multipolar world is in the making.

  • 13 December

    Food on Wheels- First of its kind in Bhutan

    The World's largest fast-food restaurant chains don't exist in Bhutan. But with the changing lifestyle of people, their taste for continental dishes is also increasing at an accelerating rate.

  • 6 December

    View from Bangladesh: Boosting Trade Relations with Bhutan

    With this PTA, some 100 Bangladeshi items are to get duty free access to the markets in Bhutan while about 34 items from Bhutan will get access to the Bangladeshi market -- with much more room to grow and explore.

May, 2019

  • 29 May

    Black-Necked Cranes Face Plastic Threat in Bhutan

    Black-necked cranes are classified as vulnerable and globally threatened, and they are also considered sacred in many communities along the Western Himalayan region, from China to India.

January, 2019

  • 16 January

    Bhutan’s Population to Remain Below 1M Mark Even by 2047

    Bhutan’s population will stay below the one million mark even by 2047, which is in the next 28 years, says Population Projections Report for the South Asian kingdom.

  • 7 January

    Hydro-Powering Peace in South Asia

    Policymakers in South Asia should consider that while proximate environmental conflicts are the key impediments to region's hydro projects, environmental factors can also be instrumental in building lasting peace.

April, 2017

  • 10 April

    South Asia Braces for Intense Heat This Summer

    With temperatures already topping 40 degrees Celsius in many places and a weak monsoon forecast, southern Asia is likely to suffer through yet another recording-breaking summer

  • 2 April

    Pakistan Ranked Happiest Country in South Asia

    Pakistan is ranked as the happiest country in South Asia. Israel in Middle East, Uzbekistan in Central Asia, Costa Rica in Central and South America and Algeria in Africa are ranked happiest countries in their respective regions in the 2017 World Happiness Report.