The Cabinet Secretariat would like to congratulate all the Royal Civil Service Award Recipients. Cabinet Secretary awarded the RCSC Medals to 6 recipients for their dedicated service to the Tsa-Wa-Sum.

Lyonchhen meets Shri Ram Nath Kovind, President of India

Their Majesties with the Cabinet Ministers.

Lyonchhen with Cabinet Staff

His Majesty conferred Dakyen to the Prime Minister of Bhutan Dr Lotay Tshering

Lyonchhen Dr Lotay Tshering, Prime Minister of Bhutan.

PM meets the new Indian Ambassador

Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay met the Ambassador of India to Bhutan, H.E. Mr. Jaideep Sarkar at the Gyalyong Tshogkhang this evening.

Welcoming him, Lyonchhen congratulated the new ambassador for having presented his credentials to His Majesty the King earlier today.

Lyonchhen and Ambassador Sarkar agreed that both countries share a deep relationship that is not confined by political boundaries but nurtured and strengthened over the decades by the people of the Bhutan and India. Ambassador Sarkar conveyed that he viewed this relationship with a great optimism and was happy to observe the people of the two countries sharing similar aspirations and dreams.

Effort towards saving energy with LED bulbs

Hon’ble Minister for Economic Affairs, Norbu Wangchuk, launched the program to replace all incandescent light bulbs with LED bulbs in the country.

There are an estimated 700000 incandescent bulbs in the country. While the LED bulbs last 20 years, the incandescent bulbs have to be replaced every year and consume 90% more energy. Lyonpo appealed to the general public to support the initiatives by switching on to LED bulbs. Replacing every single incandescent bulb with LED will not only reduce carbon foot print but it helps the country earn additional revenue of Rs. 142 million every year by selling the 62 million units of saved energy.

Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay launched “Brand Bhutan”

Launching ‘Brand Bhutan’ this morning, the Prime Minister talked about the significance of recognizing and accepting Brand Bhutan, which he said, is not just about selling products but remaining true to Bhutanese ideals and inherent values.

Lyonchhen emphasized that Bhutan’s assets, cherished by its citizens and people from all over the world, is not only unique but continues to be very relevant today.


Lyonchhen meets Shri Narendra Modi Nath, Prime Minister of India

Lyonchhen meets Shri Narendra Modi Nath, Prime Minister of India

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