His Majesty The King graced the 14th Convocation of the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) yesterday. His Majesty addressed to about 2,300 graduates from ten colleges gathered at the Royal Institute of Management (RIM).
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The Natural Resources Development Corporation Limited (NRDCL) in Gelegphu has over more than 2 million metric tonnes (MT) of boulders in stock after the boulders business came to halt with strict enforcement of 15 MT load carrying capacity since April 25.
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Thimphu District Court sentenced a 30-year-old man to five years in prison for rape of a married person and official misconduct. The judgment passed yesterday also asked the convict to pay Nu 243,750 ngultrum to the victim and her husband within 10 to 90 days from the day of judgment.
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The National Council is not happy with the government's responses to the recommendations the house made during the last session. The House of Review made 22 recommendations on the 12th Five Year Plan. Labelling the responses as unsatisfactory, members of the Council says in order to get clear answers they need to re-deliberate on the recommendations or question the relevant ministers during question-answer sessions.
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The livelihood of the people of Chhoekhor Toed in Bumthang has transformed since the collection and sale of Cordyceps in the country was legalised in 2004. A huge amount of money acquired from Cordyceps collection is spent on household ration, construction of houses and on children's education.
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