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ICAO concerned about Bhutan’s aviation oversight weaknesses

A lack of effective implementation persists of its requirements in all eight critical areas  Aviation: Concerned with Bhutan’s aviation safety oversight shortcomings, the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has called the department of civil aviation (DCA) to Bangkok for a meeting, next month. In a letter to the government, ICAO points out that, since a […]

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Lhakhang Karpo case begins February 9

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