English | Dzongkha Sunday, October 22, 2017

NA passes revised Agreement on Trade, Commerce, and Transit

The National Assembly passed the revised Agreement on Trade, Commerce, and Transit between Bhutan and India, today.

NC discusses rising number of teenage pregnancy

The Social and Cultural Affairs Committee of the National Council recommends more advocacy efforts to combat rising number of teenage pregnancy and sexual abuse.

Bhutan Lottery Limited announces its first winner

Lottery serial number 0044337 is the winner of Phuensum Dharim and will take home Nu 1 M.

NA endorses Civil Aviation Bill

The National Assembly endorsed the Civil Aviation Bill of Bhutan 2015, today.

His Holiness arrives in Punakha

His Holiness the Je Khenpo and the monk body arrived at Puna Dewa Chenpoi Phodrang in Punakha at 2 PM, today.

Woman convicted for murdering a couple

Paro District Court sentenced a 34-year-old woman to 30 years imprisonment for murdering a couple.

Woman convicted for involuntary manslaughter

Monggar District Court sentenced a 29-year-old woman to three years imprisonment for involuntary manslaughter, last Wednesday.

Legality of BoiC questioned again

The Opposition questioned the Government if the mandate of Rural Enterprise Development Corporation Limited (REDCL) differs from that of Business Opportunity and Information Centre (BOiC).

Opposition labels government’s proposed plan on unemployment as ‘ad hoc’

Despite some reservations from the opposition party, the National Assembly endorsed the Supplementary Budget Appropriation Bill 2016-17, today.

NC discusses private schools

The National Council’s Special Committee for Education recommends the fee structure and other operational aspects of private schools be looked into.

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