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There is nothing called “Herd Immunity” in this fight

The success that Bhutan has so far had with and in controlling the Covid-19 cases in the country is in danger of being a monumental waste. This must not happen and every agency responsible—from the task force to health officials and de-suups—should prevent this from happening.

A hot cultural issue

Economic development can bring painful transformations in developing countries. Communities complaining...

Fighting fronting from the front

In less than four months, fronting of any sort will be...

Need to be more careful as festivals approach

The season of festival is upon us.  After Thimphu Dromchoe and...

When will we learn the lesson?

As a country emphasising on the happiness and well-being of its...

CodeMonkey in Bhutanese schools

Bhutan is looking at an education system that is time-relevant. But...

Research: What purpose?

The first visible step in reforming the civil service, since the...

Talking about mental health again

After a mental health sensitisation workshop in one of the schools,...

Safety is one’s own responsibility

Every season brings some new challenges. It is not as if...

It is not the end

After months of rising numbers of Covid-19 cases from the communities...

Fair recruitment procedures important

The country’s only broadcast media has been in the news several times after its employees took...

Fighting Covid-19 strong and tight

Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering has said that with no new...

What fate for rescued animals?

What started as a good initiative, indeed a good deed, is...

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