Dzongkhag


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Dzongkhag

In Bhutan, a political subdivision equivalent to a province.
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Dragonfly (Odonata: Insecta) fauna of Trashigang Dzongkhag, Eastern Bhutan.
Sub-component A2: Demand Assessment and Dzongkhag level Service Delivery (USD 0.
The palace is situated in the geographical and historical heart of the country, a kilometre to the northeast of Jakar Dzong in the dzongkhag (district) of Bumthang, on the banks of the Chamkhar chu (river), at a place formerly known as Samkhar (27[degrees]33'n, 90[degrees]44'e, altitude 2,600 m).
It may be mentioned that part of the Austrian credit will be utilised for about 219 households in Gasa Dzongkhag.
He is also set to visit the Institute of Traditional Medicine Services, the Folk Heritage Museum in Thimphu, the Bashochu hydropower project in Wangduephodrang, the Naja farm road, the Dogar RNR extension centre, the Tshapey community forest and the Lango lower secondary school in Paro dzongkhag.
Administratively, Bhutan is divided into 20 main divisions (districts) called Dzongkhag and 197 sub-divisions called Gewogs (blocks).
Of the total, the highest was collected from Thimphu Dzongkhag Court with Nu 8.
Gurung, for GelephuSarpang constituency from Sarpang Dzongkhag on Thursday.
The Judiciary, therefore, established specialized benches at the Thimphu Dzongkhag Court on 21st December 2016.
The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGOB) recognizes the potential of decentralized structures -- dzongkhag (district), gewog (block), chiwog (village) -- to perform key roles in achieving sustainable and inclusive economic growth, where economic benefits are enjoyed equitably by all citizens women and men and in reducing poverty levels, especially in rural areas.
At the same time, the Dzongkhag Election Office has been conducting voter education programs to create awareness about electoral procedures.
The King and Crown Prince conducted consultations on the constitution in all 20 dzongkhag (districts) in 2005 and 2006.