We cannot take Covid-19 lightly

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Our greatest worry was that there would be fatigue and complacency. We cannot be complacent or be overtaken by weariness. These are extraordinary times we are living in.

Support for the private sector

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There are a lot of expectations rested on our private sector. …

A wasteland of mediocrity?

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Many Bhutanese are heading abroad. Scholarships used to be the…

Make the gambling ban stick

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If there is one notable social ill in the country, it is gambling. …

Being responsible

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Last week, a falling wall killed a municipal worker in Changzamtog,…

From tiny acorns do giant oaks grow

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We tend not to notice small acts of kindness and appreciate the…

Food safety first

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On World Health Day yesterday, Bhutan, or at least some Bhutanese,…

For a bigger and safer airport

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It was quite a spectacle for the thousands of people, who visited…

Digital or cultural challenge?

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Google Apps is making the news in Bhutan today. The online office…

The Kopchey artifice

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There is something fishy brewing in the hills of Chengmari, Samtse. …

Bowing out gracefully

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It was a simple occasion, when former judge Ugyen Tenzin surrendered…

Odious comparisons

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The ranking of the country’s “best performing schools”…

The e-governance gambit

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The government invested a lot of money on Google Apps and with…