The National Assembly yesterday shot down the motion to relocate some government offices, departments and institutions from Thimphu to other regions and dzongkhags to promote balanced regional development.
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The National Council’s Good Governance Committee reported that the criteria used for rating schools in school ranking system was unfair and has demotivated principals and teachers of low ranked schools.
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With every rainfall and the impending monsoon, villagers in three chiwogs of Lumang in Trashigang are worried about crossing Demri and Shoskomre streams.
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As much as people in Gelephu and nearby gewogs depend on Dadgari village in Assam, India for trade, the small Indian settlement’s main customers for business is it’s neighbours this side of the border.
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This rooster song is an evergreen song among many Bhutanese. The lyrics are simple, the dance steps fun and it is a sing-along song.
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Players of the Bhutan football national team will receive a salary of Nu 30,000 per month from next month, a 200 percent increase in their monthly salary.
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Should the Parliament pass the GST law, tax regime in the country would be digitised and integrated through an on-line platform.
During a consultative meeting with the members of the private sector at the Bhutan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (BCCI) office yesterday, Lyonchhen Dr Lotay Tshering said that GST is the way forward to institute a 21st-century tax regime.
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The 48 medalists of the 13th South Asian Games held at Nepal in December were awarded Sports Excellence Award (SEA) yesterday by the Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC) with financial support from the government. Nu 5.155 million was awarded to the medalists.
February 20, 2020
Preparation: Thimphu students practisefor the 40th birth anniversary celebrations of His Majesty The King on February 21
February 20, 2020
Forest officials, police, soldiers and desuups contained a forest fire that started above Dechen Zam in Lanjophaka around 6:45pm on February 18 and damaged acres of forest. The fire, which was contained by 8:50pm reignited around 11pm. An electric short circuit is suspected to have caused the fire but forest officials are yet to know the cause of the fire and assess damages.
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