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Are we forgetting our Gyenkhu?

For many residing in dzongkhags without a single Covid-19 case, forget restrictions or lockdowns, life seems normal. We go to work, shop, gather at official  and leisure meetings. Children are preparing for the midterm examinations and summer holidays.

Prompt response necessary

As the Delta variant of the SAR-CoV-2 virus sweeps through continents...

For consumers

The 2X spicy fire Korean noodle challenge is a trend among...

Protecting our children needs collective effort

While many people are still trying to comprehend how we failed...

Duty of care

Aum Badhum’s favourite cow Tsherim broke the fence and grazed over...

Learning from animals?

This time of the year has come again! Farmers, especially in...

A middle path?

If the economic affairs minister’s stand on the disputed Mines and...

A plea: no more bars!

When it comes to alcohol, there is an urgent need to...

The Bill is gone, what now?

Efforts to amend the Local Government Act 2008 have been ongoing...

Agriculture needs deep soul-searching

Rice self-sufficiency is critically important for Bhutan.  And so, the agriculture...

Looking before we jump

Remote Jomotsangkha is under a lot of pressure. It is reporting...

The rising Covid-19 cases

Covid-19 cases continue to rise. Our natural reaction is to blame...

Let’s not neglect education

For thousands of students who dreaded exams, the government’s initiative to...

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