Tuesday , August 22 2017
  • Supreme Court orders verification of SP + and SP conviction

    Upon verification by the Office of Attorney General (OAG) and the Royal Bhutan Police, those convicted for abusing and peddling of Spasmo Proxyvon Plus (SP+) but charged for Spasmo Proxyvon (SP) can now appeal for thrimthue in lieu of prison terms, the Supreme Court has stated.

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RCSC clarifies BHS graduates’ eligibility

Graduates of Bhutanese and Himalayan Studies (BHS) from the College of Language and Cultural Studies (CLCS) are not eligible for postgraduate diploma in education (PGDE) in History but can apply for PGDE in Guidance and Counseling and public administration, according to the Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC).

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Ambassador of India to Bhutan Jaideep Sarkar moderates a seminar, “India’s Journey since 1947: Reflections from Bhutan” on August 17 in Thimphu.

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Yongla goenpa to receive drinking water supply soon

While many dread rain in summer, monks of Yongla Riwo Pelbar Dargeycholing Goenpa in Pemagatshel wait for it. To the monks, rainwater is their only source of drinking water. Monks store rainwater in jerry cans and containers after their main water source, which was located about a kilometre away in Rashori dried up in 2010.

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Pass GST benefits to consumers: PM

Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay and the officials from the ministry of finance (MoF) on August 19 emphasised the opportunities India’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) could bring to traders in Phuentsholing.

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Lack of study leads to bad road

Department of Roads (DoR) officials said that failure to conduct an in-depth study of the soil before the construction of roads, road widening activities, and heavy rainfall were among the causes leading to numerous roadblocks in the country.

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