Why We Love Our King So Much?

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If you visit any Bhutanese home, you will find the royal portrait of His Majesty The King carefully lodged in the home altar or meticulously hung on a wall in the living room.

Gyalyong Duechen: The National Day

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One of the most important national events in Bhutan is Gyalyong…

A Blessing called Druk Yul...

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If a spot of this good earth were home at once to the divine,…

Who is a public servant in Bhutan, a political dilemma and drama 

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The question of whether public servant include corporate employees has made the headlines recently. Government is of the view that public servant does not include corporate employees. In the meanwhile, the opposition argues otherwise.

Inequality is not beyond solutions. Policies matter.

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The United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) flagship Human Development Report 2019 entitled “Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today: Inequalities in human development in the 21st century” was launched on 12th December in Bhutan. 

Is South Asia ready for take Off?

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Since the mid-1980s, durable reforms coupled with prudent macroeconomic management have brought steady progress to the South Asia region, making it one of the world’s fastest growing regions. 

Mind Over Matter Bhutan

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What’s the difference between stress and anxiety?  How/ when…

Consensual Sex is NOT a Crime:  Justice Should be Ensured

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Consensual sex happens when each partner willingly chooses to…

Does the labour law extend to employees of RUB?

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In the recent compulsory retirement case of employees of the…

Isn’t it time to invest in other alternative Renewable Energy (RE) sources!

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Bhutan is bestowed with significant natural resources, amongst…

Mandatory drugs testing – violating current drugs law?

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The current mandatory drug testing by various government agencies…