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Bhutan celebrates World Tourism Day

Tourism: Some 34 students from 14 schools in Thimphu participated in the on-the-spot painting competition organised by Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) to celebrate World Tourism Day at Tarayana conference hall yesterday.

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Bhutan calls for reform of UN


In his address in New York, the Prime Minister supported India's bid for a permanent seat on the UN security council  UN: Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay called for the UN to be reformed and supported India's bid for a permanent seat on the organisation's security council during his address to the UN Sustainable Development Summit on Saturday in New York.

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Unclear laws boost dzee business

Lack of clarity on rules for its transaction has led it to become a well-organised crime

Crime: Early this year, a man in Paro who negotiated his three-eyed dzee (cat’s eye) with a buyer landed up with a bag full of cardboard and papers in exchange.

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Teacher professional support division to be opened soon

The division will be responsible for the professional development of teachers

HR: To ensure that every teacher in the country receives need-based professional development (PD) trainings, the education ministry will soon establish a Teacher Professional Support Division (TPSD).

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