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Taking care of public property

Our people lack civic sense. Our people are careless, and heartless, too. Our people are irresponsible. We do not know how to take ownership of our shared wealth and spaces. And we are a lot pitifully ungrateful, venal and vastly vainglorious.

Managing screen time

Smartphone use in the rural areas is increasing and causing problems,...

Meeting in the middle

The information and communications minister will intervene and reexamine Bhutan InfoComm...

Preparing for the big one

Bhutan, located in the young Himalayan mountains, sits on one of...

Putting safety first

Our homes are increasingly becoming unsafe. What makes it worse is...

Monastic schools need English teachers

Monastic education is changing. It should. Times have changed and so...

Setting right examples

The Voluntary Artists’ Studio Thimphu (VAST) held a fundraising for its...

When a nation sees its future

Yesterday, the nation celebrated the naming ceremony of HRH The Gyalsey...

Being better parents

The amount of time we’re spending with our children is shortening.

Understandably,...

Need to employ sensible health economics?

Our biggest health challenge today is the rising instances of non-communicable...

Face of a changing nation

Change is in the offing. Cultures and traditions evolve with time....

Solving the housing crunch in P’ling

In a welcome development, the National Housing Development Corporation is planning...

Treating the cause, not the symptom

There is no sector more important than education. We are talking...

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