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Need to tackle the symptoms first, not the malaise

Night is a time of behaviours dark and wild and bright.  Night is a time of privacy.  This day in the country, however, what is time of peace for one is also a time of violence for a growing number of young people.  We live in a time of change that compels us to look […]

Trimming the TA/DA sails

Call it a poor decision, or putting the cart before the...

Need for a sustainable pension plan

The news is that the National Pension & Provident Fund (NPPF)...

Finding a cure for the ‘number’ phobia

This year’s board exam results give us reasons to celebrate.  At...

Healers sans Hippocratic oath

Sonam sprained two fingers at a football match in Changlimithang on...

An unhealthy trend

Kuensel on Sunday received an invitation to cover an inauguration of...

Give DDM its right of place

More than three years after the enactment of the Disaster Management...

Looking forward to the fest

Thimphu residents will not run short of entertainment for about a...

Fuel and prices

With the latest price cut, petrol and diesel today are at...

Post exam angst

Much to the relief of students and school authorities, the class...

Communities comes of age

Pemagatshel may be a backward dzongkhag, economically, but when it comes...

Market forces or middlemen machinations?

Bhutan’s vegetable export is increasing at a steady pace.  We are...

A special ‘labour camp’

The labour ministry’s initiative to organise vocational education camp in winter...

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