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…To improve Bhutan’s construction sector

Construction industry plays a major role in socioeconomic development of the nation. It has created employment opportunities for countless many. The industry has great employment generation potential as the sector involves labour intensive technologies. It also provides employment to other sectors of the economy such as manufacturing, transport, commerce and financial services as the industry is closely linked with the sectors.

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Chocolate Decadence

Method: Heat both types of chocolates in separate pots Temper them with butter and add gelatin in the chocolate Let it cool down

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Try to find the magic in daily life

Hi ST, congrats on completing your Japanese language course. Well, to get the most out of your stay in Japan, I strongly suggest that don’t go there merely to make money, but instead aim to expand your mind and learn from a new culture.

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Adopt a Dog!

My name is Prince and without wanting to be too self-indulgent or showing off publicly in a national newspaper, I do think that I look the part.

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Trust that saves animals from abattoirs

After a personal experience of ‘auspicious coincidence’ when five bulls appeared to seek refuge from the slaughterhouse at Jangsa Dechen Choling Monastery in Kalimpong, India, Lama Kunzang Dorjee established Jangsa Animal Saving Trust in 2000. So was Jangsa born.

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Sertog – Turret

Bhutan has a very advanced and refined architectural tradition. Bhutanese architecture has evolved through many centuries adapting to the local surrounding and also integrating various elements from the architectural traditions of the neighbouring areas.

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Adopt a Dog!

I am not such a young pup anymore but I am still young at heart. I was not born at the shelter but I was brought here so small that it really feels like home to me.

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Helping the disabled stand on their own

A complicated machine monitors his heavy breathing. “Nu 7,000 went for rent and I was working a job which paid me just Nu 4,900,” says Passang Wangmo. Every minute of the tough phase is still fresh in her memory. It was 2012.

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