Covid-19 and beyond: six lessons to keep us going

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Covid-19 has killed hundreds of thousands and upended the lives…

Lockdown fatigue: Do we open up or continue to dig deeper?

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We Bhutanese have been extremely lucky to have a leader who took…

Judiciary is independent without independence – A necessary reform

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The appointment of the new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court…

Post Covid-19: Rethinking of economic structure in Bhutan

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Before the advent of modern development in 1961, Bhutan was a…

Together, Canada and Bhutan can build a more secure and inclusive world

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The last several years have seen multiple crises engulf global…

Dustbins  and Landfills – a thing of the past 

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Last week, Parliament discussed The Waste and Stray Dogs flagship program and decided to retain it as a priority program.

Food waste — what do the data say?

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A recent National Waste Inventory Survey report by the National Statistics Bureau indicates that nearly half (46 percent) of the total wastes we produce comes from food waste.

Health equals Happiness!

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Greek philosopher Aristotle once said, “Happiness is the meaning…

Supporting private sector growth for our economic well-being

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A country’s economic well-being is strongly tied to its private sector. It plays an important role in its development by creating jobs and providing income security to families and individuals,

Withdrawal of a criminal case

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After Kuensel reported “Cleaner’s wife alleges Drangpon’s wife of assault” this week, the netizens flooded social media questioning the handling of the case.

What looks bad now may be good in the future

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According to Buddhist wisdom, we should be open for new developments…

Public service agencies do not have impunity for negligence

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On 23 May, Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) posted on their Facebook…

Covid-19 and my 24 years of teaching experience

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Amid Covid-19, my 24 plus years of teaching approach underwent…