Tax reforms Make it uniform

“Narrowing the gap” is certainly an idealistic concept. And the Prime Minister declared in the current parliament session that the government does not aim to make everyone equal but simply narrow the gap. This does hold some sense because doing away with the gap entirely is not possible. There will always be haves and have-nots […]

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Housing crunch continues in Phuentsholing

Thousands of Bhutanese are still resorting to reside across the border town in Jaigaon, India, because of the exorbitant rents in Phuentsholing Contrary to the perception that the housing problems in Phuentsholing would be greatly resolved following the allotment of apartments to 506 registered applicants by the National Housing Development Corporation Limited (NHDCL) last month, […]

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A tourism office in every dzongkhag in east and central region to promote tourism

The government will establish a tourism office in every Dzongkhag in eastern and central regions of the country. The Economic Affairs Minister, Loknath Sharma, said this at the Parliament session yesterday. Establishing a tourism office in every district will help to promote tourism across the country, said Lyonpo. “Community-based tourism will be continued and we […]

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