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Not the dead end

The prospect of becoming an elected local government official for seven aspiring candidates came to an abrupt end. The Royal Audit Authority (RAA) revoking the audit clearance, a mandatory document to contest the election, cut short their chances of contesting.

Keeping abreast with changes

Every year, the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) issues its annual reports...

Burden of HIV/AIDS

With positive cases increasing by the year, fighting HIV/AIDS remains a...

Questioning the question hour

The ground was set. The finance minister was accused of using...

Issue bigger than gups

More than 30 villagers, a mix of young and old, men...

Dealing with the new Covid variant

With the arrival of Omicron or B.1.1.529, what scientists are calling...

The fruits of wisdom

In September 2020, His Majesty The King commanded the youth to...

Talking rice self-sufficiency again

Even as we aim high to take the country’s rice self-sufficiency...

Costly errors

The third local government (LG) election has not been short of...

Fixing the tax leakage

The here is a renewed attempt to plug the loopholes in...

Ensuring road safety

Road Safety and Transport Authority (RSTA) officials Sunday observed the World...

Gaydrungs wait

Gaydrungs started serving in gewogs in the 1960s. They were exempted...

Women and politics

A small yet encouraging development in the on-going local government (LG)...

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