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Shedding the LDC status

One issue to ponder when all of us come back from the long tshechu break (in the capital) refreshed and rejuvenated, could be the country’s preparation to transit from a least developed country to a middle income country. The finance minister is seeing it as a positive change and calls it an ultimate solution to […]

Visiting Bhutan

The festival season in Bhutan is incomplete without curious tourists, some...

When conservation and livelihoods collide

The festival season heralds a busy period for the farmers. In...

Working together

Thimphu motorists were taken by surprise yesterday morning when uniformed men...

A festive week

With the festive mood already on beginning with the lhamoi drubchoe...

The Chamkharchu debate

Since the impact of development on the natural environment was recognised...

A ray of hope for private sector growth

At long last there is going to be a social protection...

A good dilemma?

Reflective of the priorities of a developing country, engineers - electric,...

Un-ban social media

That the government is studying the impact of the social media...

For food self sufficiency

The agriculture department has an ambitious, but important target of bringing...

Protecting the national workforce

Much to the relief of thousands of people who work as...

Keeping board members happy

In the corporate business setting, the board of directors is the...

Bringing youth in focus

It was not a week for the youth or the children,...

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