Thursday , March 23 2017
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Anti-Corruption initiatives must come top-down

Bhutan Transparency Initiative’s National Corruption Barometer Survey has found that favouritism and nepotism in recruitment, promotion and transfer, misuse of public funds and facilities, and the deliberate delaying of decisions with twisted motives are the most prevalent forms of corruption in the country.

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Clearing backlog of cases in courts

Thrimchi Lyonpo Tshering Wangchuk inaugurated specialised benches in Thimphu’s dzongkhag court yesterday. The court now has two benches for criminal cases and a bench each for civil, commercial and family- and child-related cases.

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A special National Day

It was a special National Day for Bhutan yesterday, especially for those in attendance in Trongsa.

They were graced by the presence of His Majesty The King, His Majesty The Fourth Druk Gyalpo, and His Royal Highness The Gyalsey.

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