Building Bhutan’s Cities: The sky should not be the limit

While the Bhutanese capital is not awash in skyscrapers, there is a lesson to be learned from the rest of Asia’s ongoing efforts to build higher and bigger.

What values does corporal punishment teach?

A recent incident that led to the death of a student...

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: An essential ally in a superbug age

Clean, safe and well-managed water is fundamental to public health. Where...

The EU at 60: Pillar of a multipolar world

On March 25, the European Union (EU) will mark 60 years...

The practice of PchiruShelni (Night Hunting): Coercion or courtship?

Not much is known about Bhutan abroad. Even more scarce is...

Carrying heavy school bags adversely impacts students

Much has changed in the schools for the better of our...

Gyalpoizhing: Forty years on

In the good old days, National Service was mandatory after school....

The bank and its birding manager

The History of the First Bank of Bhutan In 1968 His Majesty...

Working on gender in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, it is important to...

Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030

Across the world, too many women and girls spend too many...

The Potential to make farmers happy

“Farmers” are the least GNH happy “Agriculture is not just an industry...

Building productive capacity in Bhutan for LDC graduation

The category of least developed country (LDC), introduced in 1971, aims...

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