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Mobile banking picking up

Tech: With the recent launching of a mobile app for banking services, avoiding the long queues at the bank and not carrying cash in your pocket is becoming a realistic possibility.

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Focus now is full youth employment: Lyonchoen

Employment: By the definition of the International Labour Organisation, Bhutan has achieved the overall full employment of 97.5 percent, said the Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay at the Meet-the-Press session last week.

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Govt. open to discuss thromde issues, not boundary

Thromde: The government is open to discuss issues on taxation, use of land or any other matters concerning the Paro dzongkhag thromde except for the delimitation of the dzongkhag thromde boundary, which the Parliament endorsed in June.

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Dorokha dungkhag court inaugurated

Construction of court buildings has been an integral part of reforms in the judiciary

Judiciary: Signifying that infrastructure is vital for the delivery of justice, the newly constructed dungkhag court in Dorokha, Samtse was inaugurated on July 25.

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First small step, giant leap for public e-services

The launching of the G2C Wallet allows online payments for public services for the first time 

Tech: In a development that marks another major transition towards e-governance, an online payment system for G2C (government to citizen) services, the G2C Wallet, was launched, yesterday.

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Mongar town cries for streetlight repair

Facility: Mongar’s town area is a dark and difficult place at night. Streetlights don’t beam from the light poles because there has been no repair or maintenance done in the last six months.

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