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5 August 2009
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5 August 2009
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Autor/in: Gyalsten K Dorji, Kuensel Online [Bhutan]

The labour ministry recently submitted a list, containing both male and female applicants, to the [Hindustan] construction company for 15 vacancies in the wet sweeper category...HCC rejected the list on the grounds that it was against company...

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26 June 2009
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Autor/in: Gyalsten K Dorji, Kuensel Online [Bhutan]

Hundred graduates are leaving the country ...to undergo intensive IT training in India, courtesy of Infosys technologies ltd...free of cost... The 100 graduates represent the government’s first official move to create an IT skilled work force for the...

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12 June 2009
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Autor/in: Tenzing Lamsang, Kuensel Online [Bhutan]

Paro dzongkhag, known for its cultural and religious sites, and popular with tourists, may soon be known as a mining dzongkhag, with an increasing number of quarries coming up in the last few years and scarring the landscape...Affected local...

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5 January 2009
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Autor/in: Tandin Wangchuk & Tenzin Namgyel, Keunsel Online [Bhutan]

[T]he public accounts committee’s report to the National Assembly...called mining in Bhutan...lacking in transparency, following very poor environment-friendly regulations, and violating almost every rule of mining there is. It said that mining...

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1 December 2008
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Autor/in: Shripad Dharmadhikary, for Intl. Rivers

... the governments of India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan are planning to transform the Himalayan rivers into the powerhouse of South Asia. They want to build hundreds of mega-dams to generate electricity from the wild waters of the Himalayas...The dams...

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30 September 2008
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30 September 2008
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Autor/in: MVO Platform

Participants came up with impressive testimonies. This publication offers a collection of these stories (complemented with two ‘voices from the North’), hoping they will inspire a better CSR practice in the near future. [refers to ABN AMRO, Coca-Cola,...

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24 September 2008
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Autor/in: Reuters

BANGLADESH: Three Chinese powdered milk brands, Sanlu, Suncare and Yashili, were banned...MALAYSIA: All Chinese milk imports, as well as chocolates, sweets and other foods containing milk, were banned...SINGAPORE: [It] banned the import and sale of...

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5 June 2007
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Autor/in: Bappa Majumdar, Reuters

Mineral mining in Bhutan, a country that prides itself on its environmentally friendly policies, is not only angering some locals. It is also damaging agriculture and killing wildlife in neighboring India..."Our target is to get 2,500 metric tonnes of...

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