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Training on wildlife crime control and detection techniques was conducted at Phuentsholing from August 28-30 to enhance the capacities of various checkpost personnel including participants from DRC, BAFRA, RBP and Royal Court of Justice.
It was organised by the Department of Forests and Park Services jointly with INTERPOL and Wildlife Crime Control Bureau of India.
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The Procurement section, Administration and Finance Division, Ministry of Agriculture & Forest invites sealed bids from interested national travel/ticketing agents having valid license. The detail information regarding the terms and condition can be downloaded at free of cost or may be collected from Procurement Section, MoAF.
The Sealed quotation must be submitted in hard copy on or before 23/8/2018 by11.00 AM and the same will be opened on the same day at 11.30 AM (BST) in presence of the interested bidders or their representative in the chamber of Procurement section, MoAF. The preference shall be given to the bidder offering the cheapest and the most direct route with confirmed booking on the specified date of travel.
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When should a farmer purchase or better lease a powertiller? What is the profitability of building a new greenhouse? How does this thing called “depreciation” really work? How can we estimate the value of a cardamom orchard and what is the value of insects’ pollination services? And what about the government intervening in markets? Should we subsidize farmers for reasons of food self-sufficiency? And is landscape preservation another valid argument? Maybe tourists are willing to pay for it?
So many questions – and one summer school tackling these issues! To learn more about the foundations and methods of agricultural economics relevant to the issues above, register now for the 2018 CNR summer school! The summer school takes place on the CNR Lobesa campus from 02nd of July to 20th of July 2018 and consists of three week-long workshops:
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Every fourth day of the sixth month in the Bhutanese calendar is observed as the First Sermon of Lord Buddha, formally known as Drukpa Tshe Zhi. This is a National Holiday in Bhutan to observe this holy occasion.
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