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Infirm expedition member escorted to Gasa today

A team of 10 officials will today escort the official, who has been suffering from mountain sickness, to Gasa after plans to airlift him yesterday failed again due to bad weather. Gasa dzongrab, Tshewang Jurmi said the chopper was cancelled due to bad weather since yesterday morning. He said, the ...

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Man dies in drunken brawl

Phuentsholing police has detained a 30-year-old man for involuntarily murdering a man, his friend on July 28. The incident occurred in Chongeykha, Phuentsholing gewog when the duo got into a brawl while under the influence of alcohol. Although the deceased was found alive until the next morning, he succumbed to ...

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Relocation of air force camp finalised


… the move has been welcomed by the two airlines as it will mean a larger apron and enhanced safety on the ground

Aviation: Bringing to an end an almost decade long process, the relocation of the Air Force Element (AFE) camp of the Indian Military Training Team (IMTRAT) at Paro international airport has been finalised.

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Eight graduates for one vacancy in the civil service

BCSE: At least eight graduates will be vying for one slot in the civil service this year. The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) yesterday announced 434 vacancies in the civil service, less by two from last year, for the 3,647 graduates, who have registered for preliminary examination (PE) this year. The number of graduates this year is 393 more than last year.

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