The Opposition Leader, Dr. Pema Gyamtsho, during the National Assembly yesterday, said some ministries are already facing difficulties because of six-month maternity leave. The six-month maternity leave came into effect from March, this year. It ... Bhutan Broadcasting Service, 4 weeks ago
Govt. and Opposition lock horns over maternity leave - Kuensel Online, 4 weeks ago
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The labour ministry will intervene and contact the company in Qatar Employment: After completing class XII, Pema Wangchuk was unable to pursue his higher education because of his average marks. He struggled for many years looking for a job in the ...Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
Tour: Issues concerning central schools in the country were the highlight of the discussion during the Opposition Leader (Dr) Pema Gyamtsho's visit to Trongsa yesterday. A businessman, on behalf of the business community of Trongsa, said that ...Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
Tax: People with higher incomes should be taxed more, it was pointed out by some of those attending a meeting with the Opposition Leader in Pema Gyamtsho in Gasa, on May 10. Tax: People with higher incomes should be taxed more, it was pointed out by ...Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
Afghanistan: President Ghani's foreign policy shift By Kriti M. Shah The Taliban suicide bomb and gun attack in Kabul on April 19 has led to a major shift in Afghanistan's foreign policy. The attack marked the beginning of the Taliban spring ...Observer Research Foundation, 1 month ago
The agreement is expected to face resistance from the opposition party BBIN: The government's fight for ratification of the Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) motor vehicle agreement will hit a major roadblock in the upcoming Parliament ...Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
The Opposition Leader was on a six-day tour of the south Politics: Bhutanese should stop spreading rumours or ma denpi tam, the Opposition Leader (Dr) Pema Gyamtsho said to the people of Gelephu and Tsirang during his six-day tour in the south.Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
Politics: Bhutan could be hampering its Vision 2020 target of becoming self-sufficient should the current practice of closing revenue generation sources and increasing government expenditure continue, the Opposition Leader (Dr) Pema Gyamtsho has ...Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
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