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Civil Liability Law is necessary

Imagine Tobgay gets injured after the wall fell on him while walking along the footpath in Thimphu Town near city bus parking. If he is in most other countries, he can sue for millions. Here in Bhutan, there is no law protecting his economic rights.  However, the news of the proposal for possible enactment of […]

It is time for bold climate action – Now or never

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Authority to interpret laws rests with the judiciary, not with media or OAG

The recent press release from the Office of the Attorney General...

Transportation and mobility – the next big urban challenge

Urbanisation in Bhutan is comparatively a recent phenomenon. Be that as...

The invisible enemy

The world has suddenly woken up to learn that a tiny...

JPLP case sets new procedural precedent

The curtain fell on the much-awaited controversial case of Jatan Prasad...

Bhutan at her best, and for good reasons…

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The Startup Way of Thinking

This means creating something out of nothing and constantly learning.  It...

Ecosystem Based Adaptation (EbA) for Urban Systems

An article in the May 14th issue of Kuensel highlighted potential...

The right to education must not become vaccine for the political disease

The reports of teacher shortage to lack of basic necessaries in...

Bhutan’s success against Covid-19 desperately needs preserving

Amid a region in crisis, collectively and determinedly we must protect...

Bhutanese personal laws are gender neutral, not gender discriminatory

Kuensel reported that a study carried out by an international organization...

Stepping up transport decarbonisation for Carbon Neutral Bhutan – Part 2

Bhutan pledged to remain carbon neutral (CN) in perpetuity in 2009...

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