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Better late than never

As we drive to work, home or for leisure, a common subject of discussion among the capital’s residents is the traffic issues – congested roads, shrinking parking spaces and the growing number of vehicles. Ironically, it was a problem that our policy makers saw a long time ago, not because they could predict, but because they saw the same problems other countries going through.

The side effects

 A leopard intruded the home in Trongsa and attacked the two...

Who will bell the cat?

Alcohol is bad. This was pronounced centuries ago by none other...

Raising healthy and resilient future

There is a need for schools to improve mental resilience programmes. Many...

Let Climate Change not slide this time

The National Determined Contributions (NDC) synthesis report, published last week, reports...

Thruebab day reflections

Thruebab, known popularly as Blessed Rainy Day, is upon us.

How do we tackle sexual harassment?

Few women have reported cases of sexual harassment at work places...

A day to reflect

Traditionally, Autumn is a festive season with annual tshechus across the...

Who do we blame?

We live not only in the age of technology. We live...

The importance of agriculture

Agriculture development in the country must take a new turn. Otherwise,...

Change criteria for principal recruitment

With about 119 schools in the country without principals, some teachers...

REC must be independent, even under MoE

Education must receive the top priority in the larger scheme of...

Youth and Sports

Many Bhutanese supported a young teenage girl appearing in a gymnastics...

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