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  • 5 June 2018: Pedestrians’ Day

    world-environment-day2Tuesday, 5 June 2018: As per the directives of the Government, every year the World Environment Day is observed as Pedestrians’ Day in Bhutan. Therefore, this is to notify all concerned that tomorrow 5 June 2018 is Pedestrians’ Day, when the vehicle traffic is limited in city centres. The exception is given to emergency and public transport.

    – ICTD

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  • Notice inviting tender

    Sealed tenders are invited from the interested party/individual/firm to take up the sale of milk on contract basis for the stipulated period as detailed below;

    Bidding documents (additional copies) may be purchased from the Account Section, Regional Cattle Research Farm, Wangkha, Chhukha for a non-refundable fee of Nu.300/- in the form of cash or Demand Draft or any scheduled bank payable from any financial Institution at Chhukha in favor of Farm Manager, Regional Cattle Research Farm, Wangkha, Chhukha during office hour.

    Bids must be accompanied by 2% bid security of Nu.24,000/- (Twenty Four Thousand) only as Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) at the time of submitting tender and the successful bidder has to deposit additional 10% Security Money amounting to Nu.120,000/- (One Hundred Twenty Thousand) only drawn in favor of Farm Manager, Regional Cattle Research Farm, Wangkha, Chhukha before the awarding of Contract.

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  • Livestock Sector, Lhuentse Working Continued Towards Sustainable Dairy Production.

    115.05.2017, Lhuentse: With the objectives of sustainable dairy production to enhance rural livelihoods and increase import substitute of dairy products the Dzongkhag Livestock Sector, Lhuentse is working continued towards promotion of dairy farming activity. For the fiscal year 2017-2018 alone we have procured 55 heads of high milking cattle to the dairy groups such as Tangmachu, Minjey, Jarey and Ney. The dairy cows (Jersey) were in-sourced from various Dzogkhags to Lhuenste farmers through providing 30% subsidy, cattle insurance and availing loan from Rural Enterprise Development Cooperation Limited (REDCL).

    Currently, with this program reinforce there is an observed substantial increase in milk products such as butter and cheese available found in the locality by dairy group farmers. In-sourcing of dairy cattle would not only found the significant changes in socio-economic life of the rural farmers but it has also directly impacts on import substitute of dairy products from neighbouring countries.

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