Future beckons

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The news of The Gyalsey’s birth had reached far and wide by the time the Prime Minister appeared on the national TV to formally announce the joyous occasion yesterday.

Drukyul’s victory rises to The Gyalsey

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Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay graced the at the courtyard of the ruins in Paro yesterday Upon a cold winter morning in Paro in 1905, John Claude White, a British Raj administrator and an accomplished photographer, gazed up from his camp and saw a monolith most exquisite piercing into the vast empyreal blue. He could not believe what he saw, the absolute grandeur of Bhutanese genius pressing down on him. The towering mountains far up north were crowned in white. For what appeared like a long while, White didn’t even blink. The English explorer had lost his speech.