Best I can work out from my own experience, they used to, but not any more.
From an entry in 2009 I have two things - one of them a sticker (which was obtained on arrival, not in advance), which is then stamped :
For an entry a few years later I have the same two-stamps as you've shown - one a "Visitor Permit", and the other an entry stamp.
But for my last few entries I've only received a single stamp on entry, which now contains both the entry date (which used to be on the entry stamp), AND a space for the 'Valid Until' date to be written in (which used on to be on the Visitor Permit) :
Note that in a general sense these type of things can vary depending on nationality, especially where there is an exception between "Visa exempt", and "Visa on Arrival". Normally for a Visa exempt entry you would only ever receive a single stamp (or perhaps a composite stamp, such as a stamp and then a second stamp on it for the date or maximum length of stay). For a Visa-on-arrival it's not uncommon to receive multiple stamps - the first being the "visa", and then second then being the entry stamp.