According to the constitution, the Interim Government shall consist of a Chief Advisor and other Advisors appointed by the King of Bhutan within 15 days after the dissolution of…
Sheikh Hasina made the offer when the Bhutanese king said they wanted to build an administrative economic zone in his country.
In Buli today, there is Peling Lhakhang, constructed by the villagers centuries ago in remembrance of Bhutan’s famous treasure revealer.
Under the agreement, Bhutan would be able to use Bangladesh's land, waterways, railways, and airways to move goods.
Baeyul Kinzang known commonly as Bai Kinza, is considered a hidden land that has a close connection to Terton Drukdra Dorji, a saint.
The approval came from a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her office today, March 14.
Officials have said while they are still actively marketing in the key markets, there is also potential in other markets, such as China and Russia.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs said the opening of these routes would greatly benefit the traders in the country, who in the past had to export at a very high cost.
Called “Seeds Without Borders”, it aims to speed up the distribution of modern, climate-resilient rice varieties across nations to help farmers establish a secure food supply.
The efforts follows growing concern that the country is losing its culture to globalisation as people leave the country.