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A meaty issue

Bhutanese have never debated so well on anything than on the ongoing issue of the government’s plan to start a meat-processing unit, and therefore slaughterhouses. Most are against it, with religious sentiment gaining momentum being the reason.  The dratshang’s plea to the government has added firepower.  Buddhist country, GNH country, and some even linking the […]

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Not a good example

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