Saturdays Off or On?

The promise of Saturdays off for teachers and students was one of the  popular pledges when the People’s Democratic Party was running for office. Although there are no records, we can surmise that the thousands of teachers and students looked forward to the pledge, regardless of whether it influenced their voting decisions.

A reminder?

In a significant encounter between the media and the newly-formed Cabinet,...

Current issues that we face

It is often remarked that the media tends to emphasise negative...

Too close for comfort

The awe of the elephant is so strong in Bhutan that...

Filling the gap

The World Bank’s labour market assessment report pointing out gaps between...

Empowering our youth through Bhutanese content

iBEST Institute in Thimphu has taken a bold step forward in...

A reflection of our unity

As Bhutanese within the country and beyond commemorated the 44th birth...

Breaking the excuse cycle

It has become a culture in our system, particularly among decision...

Charging ahead the economy

It is said transportation is the first target of any government...

Rise of filmmaking artistry?

The news of Bhutanese filmmaker Arun Bhattarai's documentary, "Mountain Man", earning...

CSOs should be strengthened, not burdened

Civil Society Organisarions (CSOs) play a vital role in complementing government...

Vision for inclusive society

In Bhutan, the wisdom and experience of our senior citizens are...

A wise decision

The education and skills development ministry’s decision to take in teachers...

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