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Well-wishers help couple by the river

After Business Bhutan ran a story about an ill couple who were fated to meet by chance and made their home, a shanty, by the Thimphu River earlier this year, they have received...

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Bhutanese drivers now allowed to pay penalty closer home

Earlier, defaulters had been paying penalty to the Alipurduar Police Bhutanese drivers are pleased that they can now pay penalty for defaulting on Indian roads in Jaigaon i

Bhutan Health Trust Fund capital doubled

Royal Monetary Authority launches three facilities

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