Tenzing Lamsang

An Economic Revolution in the making as RMA, Govt and NLC open up finance, support and land for Cottage and Small Industries & Agriculture

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As youths graduate from colleges or finish their high schools, the first thought is usually to get into a salaried job, preferably a government one. The Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) working with the government and National Land Commission (NLC) wants to instead encourage entrepreneurship and boost Bhutan’s economy and exports …

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NA to go in for 11th session in June 2018

This will not be the last session of the National Assembly of Bhutan

Speaker cites Constitutional requirement to do so  The National Assembly Speaker Tshogpon Jigme Zangpo said that the National Assembly (NA) will be heading for a 11th session sometime by June 2018, in order to fulfill a Constitutional requirement of having two NA sessions in a year apart from other Constitutional …

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ACC finds in-transparency and lapses for Film Awards

Recommends administrative action and rescinding of awards  The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) has found in-transparency and administrative lapses by the Bhutan Film Association (BFA) for the 16th National Film Awards (NFA) in the case of the criteria for best three films that received the Prime Minister’s award along with Nu …

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The Legacy of King Bhumibol Adulyadej

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The Late King, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej served as Thailand’s longest reigning Monarch for a record 70 years since His Late Majesty’s enthronement on 5th December 1927. In this remarkable 70 year rule, despite evolving times with periods of volatile international and domestic circumstances, the institution of the Thai …

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