Covid-19 and my 24 years of teaching experience

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

‘Green’ menstruation in Bhutan: for health, climate and beyond

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Gone are the days when menstrual hygiene information and products were unavailable but still half of the population, those menstruating in Bhutan, are neglected, without any dialogue to advance legislation and protect menstrual health with the provision of free menstrual products. 

A brief history of future

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When the Great Plague hit London in 1665, Isaac Newton was a student at Trinity College, Cambridge. Students were sent home on account of the scourge; they spent more than a year away from the classroom. Newton would, later on, call this year annus mirabilis, the year of wonders.

The Covid-19 pandemic is the defining health crisis of our time

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Beginning with a cluster of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan, China, this novel coronavirus has spread with alarming speed, shaking the foundations of health systems, economies, and societies around the world.

Legal dilemma of revealing and protecting source

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This is not the first time and will not be the last time where media will interview people committing criminal offences. This week a report on “Smoke in Thimphu despite border closure”

Fighting Covid-19: a collective responsibility

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A gloomy afternoon. A light drizzle is falling on the mountaintop…

Law enforcers interpreting law may cause ambiguity than clarity 

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The OAG’s refusal to prosecute a group of Bhutanese arrested…

The Covid-19 pandemic is an effect of collective karma humans accumulated

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It is not often that people appreciate being quarantined for…

Solving the youth unemployment conundrum

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We have failed our youth. According to the latest Labour Force…

What is needed to propel agriculture transformation

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Agriculture is on the verge of a glorious revolution and has the potential to put economy back on track.

The rule of law in response to national health emergency

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The nation has never been more united than since the first Covid-19 case was confirmed in the country. The national interest and unity prevailed over political differences and personal interests.

Imagine Bhutan

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To say that we live in disruptive times is an understatement. With global Covid-19 case loads and fatalities increasing daily, Bhutan is confronting this pandemic that threatens the world as never before.

Consumer Protection in Bhutan in the challenging times of Covid-19 Pandemic

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Triggered by the novel coronavirus outbreak in the beginning of this year, there was a panic buying of rice and other essential items,