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K-pop bands cancel their show in Bhutan

Except for Badkiz, the rest of the four Korean pop artists including Park Jae-Sang, popularly known as PSY cancelled their visit to Bhutan for the K-Pop super concert today, disappointing fans, mostly students, who had eagerly waited for the artists.

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Unresolved irregularities of Nu 246M in MHPA

The Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project Authority (MHPA) was implicated with unresolved irregularities worth Nu 246M, a joint audit between Royal Audit Authority (RAA) and the Comptroller and Auditor General of India revealed.

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Business community yet to avail G2B services online

Members of the business community would not have to come to the regional offices of trade and industry to collect their documents such as licenses and permits. In the next few months, the economic affairs ministry will set up printers for Government to business (G2B) services to improve service delivery for the business community.

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Two missing students found, another two attempt to run away

While search is still on for the two students of Pelrithang Middle Secondary School who went missing since June 9, Gelephu police found the two students, aged 15 and 16, who went missing on June 10 from their home in Karbithang, Chuzagang, near a jungle near Maukhola yesterday.

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