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The announcement to reopen the border gates was made last week when a meeting was held between a Bhutanese delegation headed by Tashi Penjor, Director (Law and Order), Home and Culture Ministry of Bhutan and Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) officials.
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Japan has eased its anti-coronavirus border controls to start accepting overseas tourists for the first time in about two years. The government on Friday reopened the borders to foreign sightseers from 98 countries and territories deemed to be at the ...
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With international borders opening for visitors from September 23, Bhutan strengthened its surveillance against monkeypox spread, according to officials of the health ministry. Neighbouring India already has reported four cases. With the disease spreading ...
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After witnessing two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commonwealth of Dominica is all set to welcome the International Cricket tournament.
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The first tourists to land at Auckland Airport as borders reopened to travellers from visa-waiver countries overnight were supposed to be welcomed with a big ...
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Thimpu [Bhutan], July 10 (ANI): In order to curb the spread of COVID-19, the United States delivered 33600 doses of the Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 vaccine to Bhutan, in partnership with COVAX and the Bhutan Foundation, an official statement said on ...
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KATHMANDU: Nepali U-19 women's cricket team has to field first against Bhutan in the ongoing ICC U-19 Women's Twenty20 World Cup Asia qualifiers today. Bhutan's captain Gwang Choden decided to bat after winning the toss at the Kinarara Academy Oval in ...
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A team of international researchers, including from All India Institute of Medical Sciences in India, have developed an implant made.
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Japan reopened to foreign tourists on Friday, taking the first step toward increasing inbound tourism to help turn around its economy as worries about the COVID-19 pandemic wane. The government is initially limiting eligible tourism arrivals to guided ...
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