Tuesday , December 12 2017

Civil service examination results declared

With 75.79 percent, Phurpa Tshering, a B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from IMS Unison University, India topped the General Category of the Bhutan Civil Service Examination, 2017, the Royal Civil Service Commission declared today. Jamyang Chophel, also a B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from IMS Unison University, India ...

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PM agrees to study the need of chipoens

Zangkhar chiwog Chipoen Ugyen Penjor raises the issues of incentive

Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay, while responding to a request from a villager from Zangkhar chiwog in Drametse, Mongar, to look into the possibility of providing some incentives for chipoen (messenger), said that he would discuss the matter and find out if chipoens are needed.

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REDCL approves 2,632 projects

Revolving funds (RF-I and II) of Nu 1.9B injected into the economy through the economic stimulus package has helped start 2,632 projects related to livestock, agriculture, and cottage and small industries.

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About choices

Development depends on nature, more so in a country like ours. For it to succeed, it has to be sustainable​.​

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