The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Jabmi Bill passed

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Former judges are allowed private practice but only before courts higher than in which they served
Parliament: Former judges will be allowed to practice as lawyers (jabmi) before courts higher than he or she has presided over during their service as per a new clause in the Jabmi Bill, which the joint sitting of the Parliament passed yesterday.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

PHPA II to be completed by June 2018

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Accelerated measures for dam concreting will ensure project’s completion 18 months ahead of previous deadline
Hydropower: The Punatsangchhu Hydropower Project Authority II is deploying accelerated measures for dam concreting to retrieve 18 months of time, and complete by June 2018.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Corruption complaints rise as LG elections approach

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ACC: The ACC received a total of 283 complaints – an average of 31 every month from April to December 2015.
Ambassador Pema Choden receives an audience with His Majesty King Philippe

Ambassador to Belgium presents credentials

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Diplomacy: Ambassador Pema Choden presented her Letters of Credence to His Majesty King Philippe of Belgium at the Royal Palace in Brussels on May 26 accrediting her as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bhutan to Belgium.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Growing enough for all

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Our school feeding programme is succeeding, it seems. It should. As donors and supporters withdraw gradually, we should be able to stand on our own.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Children with access to ECCDs learn better and more

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A study has also found that children brought up in homes where they are hit or yelled at have weaker learning and development gains
Education: An impact evaluation study of the Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) centre programmes conducted from March to November 2015, was presented in Thimphu yesterday.
Already, there are six Bolero pickup trucks in the village

Road creates economic opportunities in Lauri

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Development: For Dorji Lhamo, a farmer in Lauri gewog in Samdrupjongkhar, it took almost a day to decide if she should go to Jomotsangkha for shopping. The journey on foot took three days to and fro. But then, she had little choice.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Commercial space in multi-level car park

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The construction of the multi-level car park is expected to be completed by end of next year.
Infrastructure: About 20 percent of the two multi-level car parks that are currently being constructed in Thimphu city will be used for commercial purposes.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Language policy: Decolonising the mind

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A language will become dormant and ultimately vanish when it is no longer spoken as the first or primary language.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

At a crossroads: Tourism development in Bhutan

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Having availed many years of work experience and research opportunities in the field of tourism and aware of the present concerns raised on the future of tourism I feel responsible to share my views.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Training communities to repair electrical appliances

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Skills: It is a busy afternoon at the community centre hall at Bikhar in Trashigang. Some 15 villagers, men and women, are undergoing a month-long training to repair common kitchen electric appliances.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Border Roads director general arrives today

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Visit: The director general of the Border Roads Organisation, Lieutenant General Suresh Sharma, arrives in the country today on an eight-day visit to review works under taken by Project DANTAK.
The programme’s primary target is villagers who are either school dropouts or job seekers with economically disadvantaged backgrounds

Extended Dewathang town can continue rural tax

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Tax: More than 40 people of extended area of Dewathang town in Samdrupjongkhar thromde still have not yet collected their lagthram (land ownership) because many could not clear urban land tax for last three years.