DEMOCRACY IN ACTION

Dzongdas’ Conference sees PM announcing greater decentralization of resources and authority to Local Govts in draft 12th plan

Various Dzongkhag level issues were also raised The 24th Annual Dzongdags’ Conference has wrapped up successfully on 13th June. The closing ceremony was graced by the National Assembly Speaker, Jigme Zangpo. The conference was informed that 95 percent of the decisions from the 23rd Annual Dzongdags’ Conference are achieved. The …

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Two Ex-Dzongdas and one former NC joins PDP

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has introduced three more candidates. The party has introduced 24 new candidates from various constituencies till date. According to PDP, “All the three candidates have vast experiences of having served long years in the civil service, holding important leadership positions.” The three candidates will run …

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PDP reveals another seven

People’s Democratic Party (PDP) declared seven more candidates for the upcoming Parliamentary Elections yesterday. Lyonchhen Dasho Tshering Tobgay said that the party has worked hard to offer best candidate choices to the people, placing the importance on the experience, qualification and leadership credentials of the candidates. Lyonchhen said PDP needs …

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Second Better Business summit

The Prime Minister as Chair of the Better Business Council will be inaugurating the Second Better Business Summit on May 17, 2017 in the Royal University of Bhutan’s conference hall in Motithang. The Second Better Business Summit is being organized as a development agenda forum with the theme “sustaining growth”. The …

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Norbuling Rigter College in Paro inaugurated by PM

Norbuling Rigter College was established in July 2017 by offering BBA and B.Com programmes. The college is affiliated to the Royal University of Bhutan. The college was formally inaugurated by Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay on Friday and was also attended by the Education Minister Lyonpo Norbu Wangchuk, Former Minister …

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