This is our own journalism

The annual press freedom ranking by Reporters Without Borders is a topic that often stirs debate and scepticism. As a national newspaper deeply entrenched in Bhutanese journalism, we find ourselves questioning the validity of these rankings.

Good Monday!

Monday, according to the Guinness World Records, is the most hated...

The state of the media

The annual World Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders...

Protecting consumers

A rice importer was penalised by authorities for cheating. The importer...

Water water, not everywhere

The recent notice from the Thimphu Thromde on the reduction in...

Revised taxes, services and expectations

Property owners in the Thimphu Thromde are angry. There is an...

Well begun is half done

Well aware of the changing situations Down Under (Australia) regarding emigration...

Is Thimchhu dying?

Thimchhu or the Thimphu river, the calm and scenic beauty of...

A fiery issue

A fire on the ridge of Yangchenphug, Thimphu, on Tuesday was...

Giving back

The Bhutan National Bank wants to contribute or give back to...

Balancing conservation dilemma

For generations, our lives have been intricately woven with the rhythms...

For Mother Earth

Monday April 22 was the Earth Day. For more than half...

Hope for the big cats

Talk about the tigers and Bhutan as a host of one...

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