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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Police to forward battery case in Haa to OAG

The case involves soldiers and a Haa resident 

Crime: Police in Haa conducted an investigation involving a 32-year-old Haa resident and some soldiers of the Royal Bhutan Army (RBA) Demo Company in Haa, who were involved in a physical altercation on October 17.

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Need to include media

Many public institutions see media as their enemies. There could be reasons why media presence is not welcomed. But this is not a good thing for a society that strives for transparency and accountability.

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Dzongkhalum block cleared

Connectivity: The Trongsa-Zhemgang highway is once more open to traffic. The block in the area was cleared and the stretch opened to traffic yesterday.

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Scarce resources constrain CEDAW implementation

UN: Despite a strong commitment and efforts, Bhutan continues to face increasing challenges as a result of scarce resources amidst competing priorities and other factors in implementing the Convention on Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).

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