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A social malaise?

Drug addiction is becoming a serious problem in the country. One doesn’t need surveys and statistics to bolster one’s argument. Walk along major towns at night, especially, and it is all too apparent.

Learning through accidents

The third of four children to have suffered severe burns in...

The Dzongkha dilemma

The issue of the declining quality of Dzongkha, our national language...

Addressing a critical issue

It is not often that newspapers write editorials on toilets. But...

Building modern temples of society

After many years of seeing the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck public library...

Urgent action needed

It is worrying to learn that increasing number of students between...

Educating ourselves on child pornography

In a very worrying development, video clips that can be categorized...

A grim reality

If the murder of a schoolgirl in Yebilaptsa has left the...

For our own safety

The World Health Organization’s status report on road safety could be...

A pragmatic rule

Thimphu Thromde had made a made a very sensible rule. They...

Protecting tigers and farmers

It was not long ago that we celebrated the Global Tiger...

Recognizing blue collar skills

It is timely that the government is drafting a Technical and...

For our own health

If non-communicable diseases or NCD is associated with the wealthy, we...

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