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A safe haven

The Global Tiger Day observed yesterday was to be celebrated indeed. A report on the tiger population revealed that Bhutan is richer by about 28 more tigers than the last count 17 years ago. We now have 103 Royal Bengal tigers.

The price of appeal

The judiciary had been busy in the last many days. ...

Collective responsibility

Last week, about 30,000 hedge saplings were planted along the 6.2km...

Another deadlock?

Are we heading for another deadlock in the dzongkhag thromde quagmire?...

Regularising authorised absence

"What is authorised absence?”  This was a question thrown at a...

Back with a bang

When the first HIV case was detected in the country in...

Saving cost and lives

That chronic kidney disease is on the rise is not alarming....

Biting the bullet

The verdict is out, at least from the government, on foreign...

Representing Gasaps

Gasa dzongkhag has a lot of things to boast about. It...

Reminding elected leaders

In highlighting a perennial problem, residents of Samdrupjongkhar thromde, or a...

A changing of the guard

This week, Bhutan will see another important milestone passed in its...

For a collective decision

Is it too late to consider the petitions of the people...

Urbanising Paro

The Election Commission of Bhutan has released the delimitation order of...

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