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BAFRA officials continue strict checking

Although there has been no new report of foot and mouth disease outbreak, Bhutan Agriculture and Food Regulatory Authority (BAFRA) officials have been seizing dairy products from the vehicles travelling towards Thimphu.

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NA Secretariat clarifies MPs’ “table tours”

National Assembly’s secretary general, Sangay Duba, yesterday clarified that the secretariat had no intention to report that MPs made “table tours” during the financial year 2015-16. The secretariat, however, acknowledged the lapses in calculating the number of days each MP was on constituency visit. Sangay Duba said that the data ...

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JICA signs agreements with GNHC and REC

Gross National Happiness Commission (GNHC), Royal Education Council (REC), and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed minutes of meeting yesterday in Thimphu. A project agreement was also signed between JICA Bhutan office and GNHC.

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E4T launch expected to enhance trade

The department of trade (DoT) in collaboration with Geneva’s Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) Executive Secretariat launched E-infrastructure for Trade and Services Development Project (E4T) in Thimphu yesterday.

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A teacher’s promise

It was sometime in 2014. Tshering Dorji, the principal of Arekha middle secondary school in Chukha promised his students an edutainment tour if they scored more than 80 percent in their written mid term examinations.

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