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Meeting the meat eater’s whim

A lot of air was cleared yesterday, when members of the government, including the Prime Minister, said that the government had never planned to set up slaughterhouses in the country. The government is even willing to stop the meat-processing unit, which is nearing completion, if people are against the idea.  This will come as a […]

Being prepared

It was all about “what ifs” at a meeting of heads...

The proof of the pudding

On Friday, the Bank of Bhutan added yet another facility, as...

A meaty issue

Bhutanese have never debated so well on anything than on the...

Tenancy Act’s Second Coming

A joint sitting of Parliament has passed the Tenancy Act (amended)...

Lest we forget

Not long ago, when we were not what we are today,...

Another reminder

Alone at home with her five-year-old daughter, a mother texted her...

Bringing our posterity well

Our cities and towns are rapidly becoming home to increasing number...

For the convenience of us all

In what will be a welcome change on the Thimhu-Babesa expressway,...

A good reform, indeed

The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) has reduced the ‘cooling period’...

A weakness for flesh

An interesting debate has picked up on the social media, following...

Specter haunts us again

A fire on Tuesday gutted 13 houses in Changzamtog, Thimphu. People...

Signs of an economy in good shape?

Has the country economic situation improved?  Yes, at least going by...

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