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Baku is competing against five other Applicant Cities: Istanbul, Tokyo, Rome, Doha and Madrid. In May 2012 the Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee will announce the official Candidate Cities competing to host the 2020 Games.
Thailand issues 100 Baht Commemorative Banknote for the King's 84th Birthday
The Bank of Thailand will issue a Commemorative Banknote on the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King's 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 5th December 2011.
Front: The portrait of HM the King over the background pattern printed with metallic gold ink . The silver foil bearing the inscription of HM the King’s initials “Bhor Por Ror”, the royal crest commemoration the 7th cycle birthday anniversary of HM the King on December 5,2011 the royal garuda emblem, and the Thai design.
Back: The portrait of HM the King during his visit to Mae Roem Reservoir Project under the royal initiative of HM the King. The other elements, The royal activities are demonstrated by the image of the King visiting the Thai people to ease suffering and bring happiness to them and the image of the King planting an experimental plot of vetiver grass, which signifies his contribution to the soil conservation. The images of Kwai Noi Bamrung Daen Dam in Phitsanulok Province and Chaipattana Low Speed Surface Aerator represent the royal activities regarding water resource development and management.
The emblem of Bhutan maintains several elements of the flag of Bhutan, with slightly different artistry, and contains much Buddhist symbolism.
The official description: "The national emblem, contained in a circle, is composed of a double diamond-thunderbolt (dorje) placed above a lotus, surmounted by a jewel and framed by two dragons. The thunderbolt represents the harmony between secular and religious power. The lotus symbolizes purity; the jewel expresses sovereign power; and the two dragons, male and female, stand for the name of the country which they proclaim with their great voice, the thunder."
The national flag of Bhutan is one of the national symbols of Bhutan. The flag is based upon the tradition of the Drukpa Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism and features Druk, the Thunder Dragon of Bhutanese mythology. The basic design of the flag by Mayum Choying Wangmo Dorji dates to 1947. A version was displayed in 1949 at the signing of the Indo-Bhutan Treaty. A second version was introduced in 1956 for the visit of Druk Gyalpo Jigme Dorji Wangchuk to eastern Bhutan; it was based upon photos of its 1949 predecessor and featured a white Druk in place of the green original.