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Respect rules of the visa: Australian Ambassador

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Australia’s High Commissioner to India and ambassador to Bhutan, Harinder Sidhu, who was in the capital last week spoke to Kuensel’s Tashi Dema on the Australia Awards scholarship and way forward.
Q&A: If you could tell us why the Australian government reconsidered Bhutan for this scholarship?

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Chilli prices skyrocket

Bhutan imports 2,291MT of chillies annually of which about 1,527 is consumed during winters

Government launches ambitious plan to meet demand for import-restricted vegetables by this winter
Market: The shortage of chillies in the market have caused prices in many towns to skyrocket.

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Differences in Bhutan-China border dispute minimised

…the report of the joint technical field survey helped in doing so
Assembly: Bhutan-China relations depends on how well the two countries settle the border dispute, according to the foreign minister, Damcho Dorji, who spoke on the issue during the National Council’s Question Hour session yesterday.

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MPs interpret Supreme Court writ

They also blamed each other for contradicting provisions of the Constitution
Assembly: The National Assembly’s Question and Answer session yesterday was overshadowed by members blaming and accusing each other for going against the Constitution.

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No special treatment for auditors: RAA

Awareness : Speaking to more than a hundred officials, local leaders, sector heads, school principals and regional heads, auditor general Tshering Kezang urged audited agencies to refrain from providing free facilities and VIP treatment to auditing officials.

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Govt. spends Nu 43M on Prados

… for the PM, NC Chair, Speaker, OL and ministers
Vehicles: The government has spent Nu 43.122 million (M) in procuring 14 Toyota Prados for Cabinet ministers and equivalent post holders.

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My Country, My Town

My Country, My Town