English | Dzongkha Saturday, October 21, 2017

People of Denchi yet to be compensated

The people living in Denchi, who gave their land for the new Pemagatshel town, are yet to receive compensation. The delay has been attributed to the incomplete town structural plan.

Indian government to provide more training slots

The Indian government has assured that they will provide more training slots for the Bhutanese Armed Personnel. The assurance was given at the sidelines of the 8th round of Bhutan and India’s meeting on border management and security.

Foreign minister conferred Friends of Liberation War Honour

Bangladesh government has conferred ‘Friends of Liberation War Honour’ on the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ugyen Tshering, for his support and contribution to Bangladesh’s Independence War of 1971.

Indian home ministry's Secretary for Border Management calls on PM

The Indian Home Ministry’s Secretary for Border Management, A K Mangotra, called on the Prime Minister Jigmi Y. Thinley at the Gyalyong Tshogkhang yesterday.

BDBL is now 25 years old

To celebrate its silver jubilee, the Bhutan Development Bank Limited published a magazine that archives BDBL’s 25 years of Journey.

The construction of disposal site in Bumthang Dzongkhag is expected to be complete in April. Located near Kikila pass, the site spans over an acre of land and is far from settlements.

Health ministry along  with the Department of Disaster Management and GeoHazard International formally launched the National Action Plan for Earthquake Safety of Health Facilities

His Majesty arrives in the country

His Majesty the King and the Gyaltsuen arrived in the country, today after a week-long state visit to India.  Upon their arrival at the Paro International Airport, His Majesty and the Gyaltsuen were received by the Prime Minister, their Royal Highness the princes, princesses and the cabinet ministers.

 

ACC’s charges legally unsound: Home Minister’s legal counsel on Gyalpoizhing

The legal counsel, Jamyang Sherub Wangdi, submitted the fourth rebuttal statement on Gyalpoizhing land case, today, on behalf of home minister, Minjur Dorji.

GNH, a new global economic paradigm?

The world is in pursuit of a new development paradigm. The present global economic paradigm, many scholars and economists believe has failed many a times and is becoming obsolete.

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