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mBoB facilititates Tax payment

Tax payment is made more convenient, as a new feature is added in the mBoB facility, a mobile app of the Bank of Bhutan (BoB). A press release from the BoB stated that tax payers can now easily pay their taxes through mBoB after generating the Deposit Voucher (DV) number …

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Geney gewog’s annual three-day mushroom festival ended yesterday. Among others, the objective of the festival was to promote conservation and sustainable harvesting and marketing of mushrooms. 

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Himalayan black bear and two cubs trapped in Lhayul chiwog

A female Himalayan black bear and her two cubs have been trapped inside an electric fencing in Chudzom gewog’s Lhayul chiwog in Sarpang for the last two weeks. Farmers of the chiwog say the bear and her cubs entered their maize field on August 6. A group of 15 farmers …

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Samdrupjongkhar DT to resolve the meat price issue

As per the directives of the Samdrupjongkhar dzongkhag tshogdu (DT), a committee will monitor and review the meat prices in the thromde and submit it in the upcoming DT session. According to the last DT’s resolution, the DT, the committee should be formed following the complaints from the public on …

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Student guilty of larceny ordered corrective measures

Trongsa court ordered a student found guilty of larceny to corrective measures in lieu of prison term in its second reformative judgment this year. The judgment issued yesterday ordered the boy to clean the boy’s toilet for a week and deliver a speech during the morning assembly every morning on …

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Man jailed 16 years for raping 6-year-old

A man found guilty of rape of a six-year old daughter of his ex-wife was sentenced to 16 years in prison on August 7 in Punakha. Punakha dzongkhag court found that on July 5 last year, the 39-year-old man from Trashigang had raped the girl when the two were at …

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Party membership soars ahead of election 

As political parties make their final push for support, party membership has surged drastically over the months, surpassing that of the 2013 National Assembly elections. Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) had a total of 4,877 registered members submitted to the Election Commission of Bhutan (ECB) until recently, which was the highest …

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T/Yangtse runs out of burls as dappa business picks up

Besides being the winter home to the endangered black-necked cranes and the popular Choeten Kora, Trashiyangtse dzongkhag is well known for its traditional wooden bowl, dappa. Considered to be the birthplace of one of the 13 arts and crafts (zorig chusum), shagzo (woodturning), the dzongkhag has witnessed a surge in dappa business in recent years. …

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Indian community celebrates 72nd Independence Day

The Indian community in Thimphu celebrated India’s 72nd Independence Day at the Indian Embassy in Hejo yesterday. His Majesty’s representative from the Gyalpoi Zimpon office, Zimpon Ugyen K Namgyel, cabinet secretary, chief of protocol, foreign secretary and senior government officials attended the celebration. Hundreds of Indian community members also attended …

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