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By Rinchen Dorji Ten years ago, on October 13, 2011, Bhutan witnessed one of the most historic milestones in our modern history โ€“His Majesty The King wed commoner Jetsun Pema โ€“ the fairytale had begun then. The union of these two souls permeates even more significance in our historical perspective as it would ensure the continuity of the Wangchuck lineage, …

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OAG records marginal increase in number of cases

By Tashi Namgyal Thimphu The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) received as many as 1060 cases in general in 2020, witnessing a marginal increase of 120 cases compared with the previous year. The OAG radiated positivity simultaneously as the number of crimes against womenalso dropped significantly. The Office received five case reports involving thirteen individuals from the Anti-Corruption Commission …

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His Majesty At The Forefront Again

By Phurpa Wangmo His Majesty The King visited Lunana this week, and granted Lagthram to the 191 households who are receiving Land Kidu in Goenshari, Punakha. A statement from the Royal Office for Media (ROM) stated that His Majesty The King granted Khimsa land Kidu to people of Lunana in Goenshari, to ensure that they have safe and comfortable winter …

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First ever solar-power project solely executed by locals

By Phurpa Wangmo In the very first of its kind, the 180 kilowatt solar plant at Ruebisa in Wangdue was solely executed by local contractors and no foreignerโ€™s specialist were involved in the project. The supply, installation and commissioning of the pilot solar project was supposed to be completed within four months. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic and recurrent …

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