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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Norway visa centre opened in Thimphu

With the establishment of the Norway visa centre by the Bhutan Visa Application Centre in Thimphu, Bhutanese will not have to visit New Delhi or Kolkata to apply for visas to Norway.

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BNCA to verify SP+ drug content

The Bhutan Narcotic Control Authority (BNCA) is exploring how the contents of the new drug being abused, Spasmo Proxyvon Plus, popularly known as SP+ can be confirmed.

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Bunakha in need of electric fencing

The residents of Bunorkha in Chukha’s Chapcha gewog say that electric fencing will help protect their fields from wild animals such as deer, wild boars, and monkeys. The village does not have electric fencing today.

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Council to introduce audit bill

Speaking at the pre-session press conference in Thimphu yesterday, the deputy chairperson of the National Council, Tshering Dorji, said it is important for Parliament members to interact with the media to disseminate the right information to their constituents.

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Employing the differently-abled, a challenge

The labour ministry is concerned about the employment prospects of differently abled people, labour minister Nyeema Sangay Tshenpo said during the international conference on autism and neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) in Thimphu on April 21.

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