Archive for April, 2009

Privy Council delegation calls Thai foreign minister

Recently nominated chairman of the Royal Privy Council Chenkyab Dorji along with three members of the council called on Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya on Wednesday

Published on Apr 30 2009 // Main News

Labour woman died in hospital, victim claims medical negligence

Chali Maya Mishra, 28, of Beldangi-II camp, sector F/2, Hut number 92, died of repeated operations first at Damak-based hospital of Association of Medical Doctors of Asia (AMDA) Nepal followed by another operation at BP Koirala Memorial Hospital, Dharan

Published on Apr 29 2009 // Main News

Remembering the past, venturing for future

A significant number of Bhutanese have been resettled in Louisville of Kentucky and a few in Lexington. The number is on the rise. After the process of resettlement gained new momentum, and the camp-dwellers finding no other good options to make a better living, have decided to make a journey to far-off lands where IOM […]

Published on Apr 29 2009 // Opinion

Is it time for Bhutan to join WTO?

The new elected government starts mulling over joining the World Trade Organization to benefit from the international trade

Published on Apr 29 2009 // Main News

First Bhutanese consultation in Australia, BCA announced

The Bhutanese community resettled in two states of Victoria and New South Wales, Australia held their first consultation gathering at Mirambeena Community Centre, Albury on April 23

Published on Apr 28 2009 // Main News

Kuensel is daily now, but not exactly

On the even of international press freedom day, the government owned Kuensel started publishing as daily newspaper, the country’s second daily

Published on Apr 28 2009 // Media Monitor

PM roars again against corruption

Prime Minister Jigmi Thinley roars for zero tolerance on corruption, but the country continues to see the increasing instances of corruption and malpractices

Published on Apr 28 2009 // Main News

Government announces e-governance

To promote e-governance, the Department of Information and Technology announced its plan to connect all government offices under common network to integrate the works of public administration

Published on Apr 28 2009 // Main News

King appreciates army role in serving the nation

King Jigme Khesar said armed forces in the country have served the nation at all times in our history

Published on Apr 27 2009 // Main News

Police release Subba

Damak-based Nepal Police released the chairperson of Human Rights Organsation of Bhutan, S.B. Subba yesterday evening.

Subba was released on condition that he would report to the security when required

Published on Apr 26 2009 // Main News