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International Women’s Day – picture an equal world!

On every 8th of March since 1975, thousands of events have been organised on International Women’s Day to celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women all over the world. But this is not merely an observance; it is also an opportunity to call for greater equality. International Women’s Day in 2015 is celebrated […]

A Malady Called Rural-Urban Migration: Part IX

If we are serious about reversing rural-urban migration, the priority should...

A Malady Called Rural-Urban Migration: Part VIII

The series of articles on the subject of rural-urban migration –...

A malady called rural-urban migration Part VIII

I have been often cautioned to refrain from being “emotional” when...

A malady called rural-urban migration Part IV

Undoubtedly, the proliferation of the malaise called “Goongtong” in the Eastern...

A malady called rural-urban migration Part III

While the Forest and Nature Conservation Rules and Acts may be...

A Malady Called Rural-Urban Migration Part II

In recent times, the media – particularly Kuensel, has been reporting...

The Edenlab has landed (or soon will, in Bhutan)

The world-renowned environmental education UK project is about to take a...

A malady called rural-urban migration

“If something is not done in the next 5-10 years, I...

The case of leaked English paper II and the price for justice

BCSEA’s Decision is Unfair and Unscientific   The Bhutan Council for...

Schools can give a healthy start in life

Araham Lincoln once said that, “the philosophy of the schoolroom in...

Quality of education has not deteriorated

Bare to the calves with dirty knees, uncombed hair with its...

Best and worst year in Asia in 2014

There goes the Year of the Horse.  As 2015 and soon,...

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