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  Bhutan Portal
Tsirang Dzongkhag is located in the south-central part of the country and has an area of 638.3 sq.
Approximately 58% of the land area is under forest cover comprising mainly of broadleaf and chirpine species while 42% is under agricultural cultivation.
Tsirang Dzongkhag is administratively divided into 12 gewogs namely Beteni, Chanautey, Dunglegang, Gairigaun, Goseling, Kikhorthang, Mendrelgang (Lamidangra), Patale, Phuntenchhu, Semjong, Tshokhana and Tsirang Dangra.
www.bhutan.gov.bt /government/dzongkhags.php?dz_id=37   (421 words)

  
 EFC :: Persecuted Church :: Alert Viewer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
On June 20, 2001 all villagers practicing the Christian faith were asked to report to the District Administrative Office.
Even though the villagers have written statements from the government stating that the Christian community is free to practice their faith, they were told that the statement is no longer valid.
The Christian minority in Tsirang is denied water supplies, electricity, firewood permits and timber permits to construct houses.
www.evangelicalfellowship.ca /pch/alert_viewer.asp?Alert_ID=56   (463 words)

  
 Persecution of Christians in Bhutan
The persecution of Christians in Bhutan has spread to Tsirang district in the southern Bhutan after similar cases were recently reported in some international newspapers abroad.
Despite the fact that the villagers have written statement from the government, which states that that the Christian community is free to practise their faith, the administrator told the villagers that the statement is no longer valid.
The Tsirang villagers are not allowed to travel from one district to another without prior permission of the Village Headman or other government authorities.
bhutan4christ.com /persecution.html   (4121 words)

  
 RNR Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The layer farming in Tsirang proved very successful and their product is outstanding.
The District Livestock Officer says that the farmers in Tsirang could keep more birds and easily supply eggs to other dzongkhags of the country if they can produce their own local feed meal at a cheaper rate.
The chief guest for the occasion was the Lam Neten of Tsirang dzongkhag.
www.moa.gov.bt /newsdetail.php?newsId=37   (1298 words)

  
 Animal genetic resources information / Bulletin d'information sur les ressources génétiques animales / Boletín de ...
In Tsirang, shepherds describe their indigenous sheep as Bonpala and Garpapla, which is the same nomenclature used for indigenous sheep in Sikkim (Vij et al., 1997).
The local sheep from Samtse, Tsirang and Chukha have a larger body size and are mostly white (38 percent).
In Tsirang, sheep are further distinguished as Garpala and Bonpala.
www.fao.org /docrep/006/y4924t/y4924t0c.htm   (3279 words)

  
 E-BRIEFS
It is quite apparent from the notices appearing from time to time in the Kuensel that these persons who are being allocated the land are reluctant to occupy it.
Landless people from other Dzongkhag who got land allotment in Tsirang* Dzongkhag under resettlement programme have failed to report despite repeated requests of Dzongkhag.
Therefore, Tsirang Dzongkhag administration once again requests them to report immediately as the cultivation season is already set in.
www.safhr.org /e_briefs1.htm   (1878 words)

  
 Bhutan Portal
This would be done via the 220 kV Tsirang substation that will bring electricity from the western grid which will include Chukha, Basochu and Tala, he said.
We will extend this 220 kV line from Tsirang to Gelephu which will then join the western grid to the eastern one.
The total cost for connecting the two grids from Rurichu to Tsirang to Gelephu including substations in between is expected to cost BPC Nu.
www.bhutan.gov.bt /government/newsDetail.php?id=125   (414 words)

  
 South Asian Media Net
THIMPHU: February 8 was a warm sunny day as the people of Tsirang welcomed His Royal Highness The Crown Prince to the dzongkhag's Constitution meeting.
As more than 3,000 representatives of Tsirang dzongkhag gathered for the public consultations on the draft Constitution they submitted that, while they understood that the Constitution was being drafted in the interests of the people, they felt more secure with the compassion of His Majesty the King.
He also said that the concerns expressed by the people of Tsirang regarding the people in the camps in Nepal were not new.
www.southasianmedia.net /index_story.cfm?id=269540&category=Frontend&Country=BHUTAN   (1602 words)

  
 RAOnline Bhutan - Remote areas need more services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
However, in 2000, more than one-sixth of the population was in educational institutes and adult literacy has risen from 10 percent in 1970 to 47 percent in 1999.
Fifteen geogs located in Tsirang, Zhemgang, Pemagatsel, and Trashiyantse report large difference between girls and boys primary school enrollment.
The physical facilities like access to piped or protected water, access to toilets, and availability of electricity is poor in Punakha, Trashigang, Tsirang, and Samtse, particularly in Lhuntse.
www.mypage.bluewin.ch /raonline/pages/story/bt/btstremote01.html   (1212 words)

  
 Joining forces
Most of the camps are run by the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), but over the past few years camps have been set up also by groups such as the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) and the Kamtapur Liberation Organisation (KLO).
Most of the camps are based in Sangdrup, Jongkhar, Sarpang, Samtse, Tsirang and Zhemgeng districts of southern and eastern Bhutan.
Confirming the meeting between the King and the Indian emissary at an undisclosed location in Paro in west Bhutan, intelligence sources said that Bhutan had agreed to serve an ultimatum to the three insurgent groups to clear out.
www.hindu.com /thehindu/fline/fl2008/stories/20030425002404500.htm   (1222 words)

  
 South Asian Media Net
THIMPHU: The Tsirang dzongkhag court sentenced a gup and two accomplices, a gewog clerk and a forestry official, to prison terms ranging from one year to seven years and three months for issuing fictitious citizenship documents to non-nationals outside the country.
The gup of Phuentenchu gewog in Tsirang, Tulsi Ram Sanyasi, was convicted to seven years and three months for forgery, impersonation of a government official, official misconduct, and bribery.
He was found using his position to issue false birth certificates to non-Bhutanese nationals residing in Germany, certifying that they were citizens of Bhutan.
www.southasianmedia.net /index_story.cfm?id=288544&category=Frontend&Country=BHUTAN   (340 words)

  
 Bhutan Power Corporation Limited   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The preliminary and detail survey of entire Transmission Lines from Rurichhu to Tsirang and Tsiring to Dagana and associated substations in Tsirang and Dagana has been completed by the Consultant.
The Consultant has already submitted the draft Technical Specifications for Transmission Line component and it is expected to float the tenders for line by April 2003 and for substations by July/ August 2003 subject to availability of funds.
The Project Consultants (TCE) has completed the preliminary and detail survey for entire Transmission Line from Rurichhu to Tsirang to Dagana and substations in Tsirang and Dagana.
www.bpc.com.bt /DCD/dcd.html   (498 words)

  
 ADB Expands Rural Power Network In Bhutan - ADB.org
Particulars given with respect to "consultants" and "procurement" are based on present planning and may change in the course of Project Implementation.
16 districts in Bhutan (7 in the Western Region, 4 in the Central Region, and 5 in the Eastern Region) namely Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Wangdue Phodrang, Samtse, Chhukha, Dagana, Bumthang, Tsirang, Trongsa, Sarpang, Lhuentse, Yangtse, Mongar, Trashigang, and Pemagatshel.
The Project is an integral part of the rural electrification master plan of Bhutan.
www.adb.org /Documents/News/1999/pi1999120.asp   (312 words)

  
 Chukha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Official Dzhongkha profile with a map of gewogs
Chukha Dagana Gasa Haa Lhuntse Mongar Paro • Pemagatshel • Punakha • Samdrup Jongkhar • Samtse • Sarpang Thimphu Trashigang • Trashiyangste • Trongsa Tsirang • Wangdue Phodrang Zhemgang
This page was last modified 19:24, 3 August 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chhukha   (112 words)

  
 Ban on Christianity in Bhutan: Bhutan4Christ
The people’s representatives of Chirang (Tsirang) Dzongkhag requested the National Assembly to ban Christianity in Bhutan and the people already converted to be stopped from practising the religion.
They said that Christianity was spreading in Chirang (Tsirang) and becoming a serious problem.
Bhutan being a small country should not have too many religious.
bhutan4christ.com /ban.html   (947 words)

  
 TCE Consulting Engineers Limited
New 220 kV substations are planned at Rurichhu for power evacuation of RHEP and at Tsirang for power distribution to Tsirang and Dagana district.
Substations at Rurichhu, Tsirang and Dagana will cater to distribution of power at 66 kV, 33 kV and 11 kV levels.
Due to the hilly terrain tower locations are decided more on logistics basis rather than any optimisation and entire line is of tension type of towers.
www.tce.co.in /power/transmission/htm/bhutan.php   (326 words)

  
 RAOnline Bhutan - Travelling Bhutan >> Tourist Destinations
Nabji to Jangbi in Trongsa and Zhemgang and from Phobjikha to Kamichuin in Wangdue Phodrang and Tsirang
The two routes, from Nabji to Jangbi in Trongsa and Zhemgang and from Phobjikha to Kamichu in Wangdue and Tsirang were selected for their prominence as unblemished areas.
The Nabji to Jangbi trek starts from 1,000 metres and goes up to 1,500 metres passing through broad leafed sub-tropical forests.
www.raonline.ch /pages/bt/visin/btdestin01e.html   (483 words)

  
 Lonely Planet Bhutan (Lonely Planet Bhutan)_1864501456
Lonely Planet has the capacity to print in the U'cen script as they did so in their Tibet edition.
My other qualm is with the sparse coverage of the smaller and admittedly FAR less visited dzongkhags (districts) (i.e., Daga, Samdrup Jongkhar, Pema Gatshel, Zhemgang, Tsirang, etc.).
Lonely Planet, resolve these issues and your book will be the best it could be.
www.priceviewer.com /bookdetail/_1864501456.jsp   (409 words)

  
 The view from New Delhi
The cadre strength of these organisations also continued to grow.
Between February 18 and 22, 2002, ULFA cadre were reported to have entered Dagana through the jungles of Sarpang and Tsirang, while other groups were seen in Tsirang between February and April last year.
KLO and NDFB terrorists were seen at Chukha Dzongkhag, posing a serious threat to Bhutan's key economic resource, its hydro-electric projects.
www.hindu.com /fline/fl2101/stories/20040116005101500.htm   (1788 words)

  
 UNICEF - Bhutan -
Bhutan: School shortage forces pupils to leave home
New York, 28 April 2005 - Chandra, 9, Tika, 8, and Lela, 7, are sisters attending Beteni Community School in the district of Tsirang in south-central Bhutan.
Because their home is a 6-hour walk from the school, their father, a farmer, has built a small hut for them to live in during the week.
www.unicef.org /infobycountry/bhutan_bhutan_newsline.html?q=printme   (197 words)

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