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A wrong disqualification can shut down democracy

The disqualification of aspiring local government candidates dominated the national headlines this week. While candidates knocked on the door of the judiciary to rescue them, their supporters demanded an explanation from Anti-Corruption Commission.

Misconceptions surrounding honey production

There are some people who doubt and some who believe the...

State Secrets should not be a shelter to bury lapses of the state agencies

His Majesty said “media – newspapers, television, radio and the Internet...

The Constitutional Equation of the GNH

How does a lawyer, an engineer, a journalist, a social thinker,...

Tourism Post Covid

I would like to start by saying that no words nor...

“Informed Parenting” – The Need of the Hour

A large part of the parenting technique that we bring to...

House owners abuse the permission to increase the rent as their right

When the Covid-19 hit Bhutan, one of the immediate economic measures...

A tale behind the ruins in Samtenchoeling 

The partially ruined Samtenchoeling Gonpa on the Samteling hilltop near Gyatsa...

Digitization of Analog Cable Television

In Bhutan, after using analogue television for over 16 years, the...

Love, hate and tragedy: A three-part history of Bhutan-Cooch relations

The founding of Bhutan as a nation-state in the seventeenth century...

Reconceptualising public service delivery and annual performance targets system

Compact civil service necessarily does not produce efficient service delivery based...

A need for a whistleblower protection and reward program

Silencing the whistleblower is more dangerous than the corruption itself. However,...

Celebrating legacies

In the ennui filled days of our sunset years, we find...

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