Friday , June 23 2017
  • Bhutanese students conned to study in Malaysia

    After an education consultancy firm failed to deliver the promised student visa and allegedly duped 23 students, parents of 18 students who are stuck in Malaysia on expired visa are expected to meet education ministry officials today for their help to bring their children home.

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Labour ministry creates 2,208 jobs

The labour ministry has created 2,208 job opportunities, meeting 53 percent of the target from the Nu 262.808 million supplementary budget that was allotted in the last financial year.

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Regional conference on stunting and wasting

A five-member team from Bhutan, led by health secretary Dr Ugyen Dophu, is attending a regional conference on stunting and wasting, a major threat for child survival and development of South Asian Nations, in Kathmandu.

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SP+ defence lawyers ask court to acquit their client

Citing the dangers of proliferation of trafficking, Office of Attorney General (OAG) asked the Supreme Court (SC) to convict a man who was alleged of abusing Spasmo Proxyvon plus (SP+), a drug not listed as banned substance in the Narcotic Drugs, Psychotropic Substances and Substances Abuse Act of Bhutan (NDPSSA) 2015.

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