The Office of the Attorney General is reviewing a fraud case involving a former Manager of Best Placement Agency (BPA). While serving as a manager of the agency, he allegedly cheated over 12 students of more than Nu 2 M.
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The education ministry has decided to consider underage pre-primary (PP) students for this academic session following a letter from the prime minister.
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Bhutan’s outstanding external debt as of March, this year, stands at USD 2.65bn, which is about Nu 183bn, according to figures from the Royal Monitory Authority (RMA). Consequently, the debt to GDP ratio is 111 per cent, which is up by over five per cent from December, last year.
To enhance public financial management and to promote cashless payments, electronic Public Expenditure Management system (e-PEMS) and Global Interchange for Financial Transaction (GIFT) payment system was launched in Thimphu today. With the launch, any individual or business entity can claim the payments online from the government in about two hours' time, which usually takes up to at least two days.
To engage members of the parliament on conducting public hearings as an effective tool in promoting inclusive decision making, the United National Development Programme (UNDP) is organising a two-day workshop in Thimphu, beginning today. A public hearing is a process held prior to a decision point which opens up debate and dialogue with the public. It gives an opportunity for citizens to communicate with those making decisions.