What really is against the order of nature?

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Let’s sex it up because we must. National Council’s debate yesterday was most immature to say the least. It was dramatic bathos to extent it could go.  

Addressing renal diseases among children

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Renal diseases are one of the biggest killers of children below…

Rethinking highland development

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Bhutan’s highlanders, the custodians of northern borders, are…

Where are we going as a nation?

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Visibly, Bhutan’s economy is state-dominated. The private sector…

Harnessing economic opportunity

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Jobs creation in Bhutan is poor and so unemployment, particularly…

City and residents

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There is a need to understand each other’s responsibility well.…

Development and people in a democracy

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Developments in the grassroots going wrong could become a serious…

Beautification audit is welcome

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Haa is preparing to host the sixth edition of Royal Bhutan Flower…

Preparing for disasters

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Fire season is just around the corner. There is a need to prep…

Get the full grips of your role

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Regulating bodies must either be strengthened or killed so that…

There is no other choice

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Winter is a season of warmth and celebrations. Steinbeck, that…

Bring them home

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From the very beginning people took the former government’s…

2020 is gone. Looking beyond

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Twenty years ago Bhutan launched one of the most comprehensive development plans in its history in response to the kind of changes the country was beginning to witness—“2020: A Vision for Peace, Prosperity and Happiness”.