English | Dzongkha Sunday, October 22, 2017

The pilgrim’s progress

The Phuentsholing town is struggling to deal with a huge influx of people.

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Samtse mining case closed

The Samtse mining case has finally come to an end with the Supreme Court passing its verdict today.

Community centre for public service

Farmers living in many remote villages will be able to process the trade license for small businesses or procure the permit for using forestry resources right in their village.

Travelling by city bus- a painful experience

Travelling by city bus in the capital city can be an excruciatingly painful experience especially for the feminine gender.

Land information available at a click

Landowners will not have to travel to the Gup’s office or the Land Commission Secretariat in the capital to obtain information on their land. They can now get hold of the information at the click of a keyboard.

Travelling by city bus- a painful experience

Travelling by city bus in the capital city can be an excruciatingly painful experience especially for the feminine gender.

Land information available at a click

Landowners will not have to travel to the Gup’s office or the Land Commission Secretariat in the capital to obtain information on their land. They can now get hold of the information at the click of a keyboard.

Corporate salary revised

Employees working in state owned corporations have a reason to celebrate the New Year in a big way. Their salary has been revised by 20 percent.

3 men arrested for dealing in controlled substances

Police in Phuentsholing have arrested three men in connection with illegal transaction of controlled substances.

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