Redefining the role of Opposition

The role of the Opposition in a democracy cannot be understated. The Opposition not only keeps the government in check, ensuring policies are sufficiently scrutinised and debated, it also represents diverse voices, including those on the fringes of the society.

Realising our digital transformation dream

The recently launched National Digital Strategy with the overarching vision to...

Economic growth must translate into meaningful job creation

According to the budget report for 2024-25, Bhutan's economic growth rate...

Finding a solution to the cuts and slips

There is a general consensus among the public that the failure...

Questions that need true answers

In our development scheme, education, health, and agriculture stand as pillars...

Agriculture calls for drastic action

The Integrated Agriculture and Livestock Census 2023, released recently by the...

Lessons from Puna-I Hydropower Project

Hydropower is one of Bhutan’s strategic national resources and a key...

For the health of the nation

At a time when the high attrition of health professionals, including...

Time to substantially reduce internet cost

The cost of the internet in Bhutan is among the highest...

The state of our nation

It is not often that a Prime Minister of a country...

Addressing the most formidable challenge of our times

The Prime Minister, in his State of the Nation report yesterday,...

Preparing for the monsoon threats

As  we face the onset of a challenging monsoon season, the...

Old wine in new bottle?

The National Assembly yesterday endorsed the Priority Development Fund (PDF), which...

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