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PAC finds lack of communication impedes audit recovery 

Out of the Nu 2,051.23 million (M) financial irregularities reflected in the 2020 audit report, Nu 682M has been recovered, according to the Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) chairperson Ugyen Tshering.

ACC reviews former Patshaling gup’s case

After the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) revoked his audit clearance for...

NLC to launch Druk One Map next year

When a group of trekkers lost their way along the Druk...

Tackling mental health holistically 

Mental health, going by the policies, treatment provisions, and governance structure, is...

TVET reform plan begins

Topography studies of the technical training institutes for expansion, curriculum formulations,...

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Nyo Foundation of Bhutan and Ura Central School in Bumthang signed...

Myopia in children rising in the country

Myopia in children is on the rise in the country, according...

Fake finance minister account on social media

After the debate on the transfer of Nu 19 million (M)...

Water project gives hope to Patshaling farmers 

With the inauguration of a flagship water project in Patshaling gewog...

Water woes of the Gyalpoizhing College of IT

The students of the Gyalpoizhing College of Information Technology (GCIT) face...

DRC to come with BITS and GST to seal tax leakage by July next year

The Department of Revenue and Customs (DRC) will come up with...

Remembering road traffic victims

Royal Safety and Transport Authority (RSTA) officials observed the World Day...

48 vying for gup and mangmi posts in Zhemgang

Close to 50 aspiring candidates are vying for the post of...

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