English | Dzongkha Sunday, July 21, 2019

Highest taxpayers, best performing customs officials awarded with certificates

The Department of Revenue and Customs observed this year’s International Customs Day in Monggar on 26 January. It was themed ‘A secure business environment for economic development.’

Bengaluru FC to host Transport United in AFC Cup Qualifiers second leg

After being held to a goalless draw in the first leg, Transport United is in Bengaluru ahead of their second leg match against the Blues, tomorrow.

BoB opens Senior Citizen Priority Counter

The Bank of Bhutan (BoB) launched ‘Senior Citizen Priority Counter’ across the country yesterday. This means all the BoB offices in the country will have dedicated counters to cater to senior citizens.

Familiarisation tour to Aja Ney and other pilgrimage sites in Lhuentse to promote tourism

Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) has been organising week-long familiarisation tour to Aja Ney in Monggar and some other sacred sites in Lhuentse Dzongkhag.

New Bumthang town development takes shape

Works are underway to lay foundations for a new Bumthang town through the Bumthang Urban Infrastructure Development plan.

Courtrooms to use ‘Drilbu’ during court proceedings

Henceforth, courtrooms in the country will use Drilbu instead of gavel to signify the beginning, ending and recess or an adjournment of the court proceedings.

Paachhu Bridge becomes trafficable much to the relief of residents in Paro

With increasing number of cars plying via a one-way Bailey bridge near Paro College of Education, commuters were often frustrated. Waiting in a queue by the bridge made people impatient every day. However, with the inauguration of Paachhu Bridge near the Paro International Airport yesterday, commuters’ woes have been addressed.

Youth Enrichment Programme: Keeping students engaged meaningfully

To engage youth meaningfully while on winter vacation, a week-long Youth Enrichment Programme was organised in Phuentshogling.

The Gyalsey U21 Basketball Championship underway in Thimphu

The Gyalsey Under-21 Basketball Championship is underway in the capital. Seventeen teams including three women teams are taking part in the championship which kick-started on Friday.

PMO accuses former MoWHS Minister of policy corruption

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) is accusing Yeshey Zimba, the former Works and Human Settlement Minister, of official misconduct, and policy corruption.

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