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A new dilemma

If there is one revered profession in Bhutan, it is teaching.  That’s why many parents advise their children, especially girls, to become teachers – a noble profession. That was when jobs were aplenty and teaching was the last option for graduates.  In recent times, if there is one thing making headlines, it is the shortage […]

Missing the big picture

Apart from the famous mathra and yathra, Bumthang is known for...

Balancing revenue and expenditure

We are living beyond our means.  Our current expenditure is increasing...

Murder most foul

It is not often that we hear of cold-blooded murders in...

BCSEA must regain public trust

Bhutan Council for School Examination and Assessment (BCSEA) will not reconduct...

Lack of toilet etiquette

If the level of a society is measured by how public...

PM stays true to type

Lyonchhoen Tshering Tobgay is not known as an eloquent speaker.  But...

Look beyond civil service

There was a time when you did not have to worry...

Speed breaking the vehicle number

If the number of cars is any yardstick for development, we...

The corporate salary revision

The suspense continues.  It has been six months since the civil...

Sharing information

Information is power. In the democratic establishment we are in today,...

Thinking beyond cost

English I is a subject that is different from English II....

Plugging the loopholes

In settling a long legal battle amongst four businessmen, the High...

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