Look inward, the time has come!

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There were warnings—Covid-19 would come to our doors.  When the whole nation, led by His Majesty The King is fighting the pandemic, we need to think beyond the borders.

Gyalsey Ugyen Wangchuck

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With the erratic waves of nerves caused by the Covid-19 crisis in people around the globe, it is comforting to sense a calming response in the Buddhist world.

Kholongchhu: A great achievement

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As we prepare for another weekend, it was a hectic, but very important week, for Bhutanese when we look back. We observed the birth anniversary of Guru Rinpoche, we celebrated the naming of Second Royal Child

A solution for the joblessness

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The foundation is laid. The tools are readied and the materials are gathered. All we have to do is start building.

Thanking His Majesty for the Kidu

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As more and more people come to know the details of His Majesty’s Relief Kidu, Phase II, they are realising the magnanimity of the Royal kidu.

Another blessing

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Even as thousands of businesses, big and small, feared the worst…

Learning from our mistakes

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What will happen to us? This is the question on the minds of…

A deep-rooted problem

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Fresh out of an institute and ready to start a career in the civil service, Sonam landed a job as a procurement officer with a government establishment in the capital. Few months into the job, she realised her store officer could handle her job. She wanted a change.

Turning a problem into opportunity

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On any day, a large crowd at the Phajoding monastery is a good…

A solution to promote Dzongkha?

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The Dzongkha Development Commission (DDC) had made several attempts…

Keeping our roads open

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Monsoon has arrived. It has been more than generous with heavy rains since June 10. And like every monsoon, we are having the year’s share of woes. Roads are getting blocked or washed away. Landslides have become very common, reportedly on a daily basis.

Connecting remote Laya

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It is inching closer, the road to Laya. About three kilometres…

In the interest of the people

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Bhutan’s natural resources belong to the people of Bhutan. Those representing the people in the highest decision making body, the Parliament, thought otherwise.