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91 gups attending mediation training

Just as democracy empowers people, mediation gives judicial power to the people, the president of Bhutan National Legal Institute (BNLI), Her Royal Highness Princess Sonam Dechan Wangchuck said during the inauguration of the mediation training for the gups at Lamaigonpa in Bumthang on May 22.

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Dorji Lopon in Australia

Dorji Lopon Kinley of Zhung Dratshang, who is in Australia on a 17-day visit, administered oral transmission (lung) of the ngoendro, chabdro, bazaguru and mani to over six hundred devotees, mostly the Bhutanese community living and studying in Canberra.

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E-payment for G2C services launched

To improve public service delivery especially those that were constrained due to the lack of e-payment facility, the Government to Citizen (G2C) e-payment services was launched in Thimphu yesterday.

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Going organic by 2020 questionable

Bhutan’s vision to become organic by 2020 is questionable, said the National Organic Programme’s (NOP) coordinator Kesang Tshomo during the first day of the national workshop on a roadmap for organic agriculture policy in Bhutan in Thimphu yesterday.

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Injured passenger stable at Sarpang hospital

A 52-year-old woman who suffered minor head injury after the public transport bus she was travelling in veered off the road yesterday above Sechangthang in Sarpang is in stable condition and is recovering at Sarpang hospital.

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