BUSINESS

Mobility through electric vehicles

Does the use of electric vehicles in an electricity-rich country like ours make sense? However, can we afford to buy the expensive electric cars? Already, in a span of just a week, two electric cars were launched in the capital, the Nissan Leaf and then the Mahindra e2o, launched at …

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four women detained for selling tobacco products

I n a major raid conducted by the Wangduephodrang police earlier this month, on January 14, four women were arrested from Khenpajochu under Tshogom Gewog, about seven kilometers from the Wangdue town for selling and possession of tobacco products. Police were notified about the suspects, running paan shops and their …

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Tenancy Act reviewed but to be deliberated in next session

Minister of Work and Human Settlement Dorji Choden presented the report on the review of the Tenancy Act 2004 in the National Assembly yesterday. A proposal to review and amend the tenancy act 2004 was submitted during the first session of second parliament. Accordingly the National Assembly resolved that the …

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Bhutan and India talk FDI

A bilateral meeting between Bhutan and India on trade and transit was held in Thimphu on January 21. The Bhutan delegation was led by the Secretary, Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA), Dasho Sonam Tshering, while the Indian delegation was led by the Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), S …

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