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It is still in our hands

The health ministry, on Monday, issued a detailed safety protocol that ministries and agencies have to follow in the wake of the increasing Covid-19 cases in the region. It is a timely intervention as cases at home are also on the rise and the threat of an uncontrollable transmission is becoming more realistic.

Bigger danger is here

Suppose the second wave of Covid-19 is here, a new variant;...

The Reality of Kidu

All Bhutanese are familiar with the term, kidu. The simplest lay...

Credible information crucial in times of disaster

The April 28 earthquake caused structural damage to religious monuments, school...

After the thromde elections

The thromde elections are over. Voters of the Thimphu and Gelephu...

No, we don’t need more bars

The economic affairs ministry has proposed to lift the ban on...

His Holiness Trulku Jigme Chhoeda

Twenty-five years ago this day, His Holiness the Je Khenpo Trulku...

Dangerous lapses?

Admission rush for Class 11 students in Thimphu on April 24...

Kidu is for the needy and the affected

In what is an unprecedented move, His Majesty The King has...

Why we need to be extra careful

The writing is on the wall. If the recent scare is...

A close call?

Thousands of people thronged at the markets beginning yesterday afternoon as...

Protect Bhutan’s heritage and history

In Bhutan, heritage loss is not just a story, it’s a...

A clear warning

A local transmission in Phuentsholing has been confirmed with three more...

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