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Individual rights can’t be deprived unless authorised by law

Recent reports indicate that Bhutanese has been one of the most obedient and cooperative countries in fighting against Covid-19.  This includes staying under lockdown for months, mass vaccination programme, maintaining physical distance, and following other health protocols.

Of beyond reasonable doubt – standard of proof

The concept of beyond reasonable is known to everyone yet this...

Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework…

The Biodiversity Bill of Bhutan, which is at present under consideration,...

Solar Plant- Benefits, and not in my backyard?

There are two chief reasons I wanted to write this perspective...

Is Bhutan prepared for an earthquake?

Did you know that Bhutan is vulnerable to many types of...

The Talibans of our own country

After twenty years of US-sponsored government and security in Afghanistan, the...

Rural children must have equal right to education

Kuensel reports that some remote schools did not have principals for...

The Significance of Jaldhaka Hydro Power Project in Bhutan- India Partnership

The modern-day legacy of the close and mutually benefitting Bhutan India...

The Shingkhar solar project is a great initiative but for a different location

The recent media report that a major solar project of some...

Clearing the air over Bhutan’s forest resources

The balance between conservation and development is challenging, particularly for developing...

Translating the Royal wisdom to enhance legal security

Addressing the 77th Group of RBA Recruits Attestation Parade this week,...

Economic innuendo of chhuzhing preservation

With modern development and increasing urbanization in the country, there is...

The politics of forest cover and forest conservation in Bhutan

There is a problem with forest cover reporting in the country....

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