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Caged in Phanas

The village of Phanas (also known as Phanasi) sits on the uneven and a rather difficult incline in Ngatsang gewog in Mongar. It’s a lovely village with friendly, almost shy, residents whose homes are scattered and stand aloof from one another. Outside one such home, during certain hours of the day or night, passersby may witness a woman struggling alone in violent fits, raising a living hell.

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Conclave recommends independent evaluation system

Representing Bhutan as one of the panelists at the Fourth Evaluation Conclave at Le Méridien in Thimphu, National Council member Jigme Rinzin, said that Bhutan today has a very weak evaluation system, poor technical capacity, lacks funding to conduct the evaluation and there is a need for the standard evaluation report.

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Picture story

The Dorji Lopon of the Central Monastic Body inaugurated the Skills Australia Institute at Perth in Australia earlier this week.

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18 importers charged for tax evasion

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) charged 18 importers, business entities based in Thimphu for tax evasion, by not declaring their consignments worth Nu 2.114 million at the Regional Revenue and Customs office’s in Phuentsholing on November 21, 2014.

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