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Bullying taken for granted

By Chimi Rinzin Bullying is often taken as a fashion and often practiced for the sake of glamour personality and actioned simply to show off. It is a transition often believed to be sparked at our own homes and spread to the extremes of life. In time, it has indeed transformed silently from fashion to culture and many are on …

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A much awaited juvenile detention centre

By Dhicksha Darnal People coming into conflict with the law is increasing every year, which is escalating unavoidable challenges for Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) to mange overcrowding in detention rooms and providing space especially for women and children. Though, women and children are small minority of the prison population, their needs and rights are hardly fulfilled. Children who are arrested and …

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The momo man

By Yeshi Choden For few life may be fun, for some life might be joy but for many life is a struggle for survival. If not for small business they do, it seems life has no place for them in this world. It is 6 in the morning and Durga and his wife is already up and busy making momo. By …

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Igloos of Dochula

By Chimi Rinzin Dochula is known for its breathtaking panoramic view and its majestic 108 chortens gracing the pass. Located between Thimphu and Punakha, the pass is a popular spiritual destination for both locals and tourists. To farther add to its beauty, a hidden surprise awaits the few who take the time to venture away from the touristy hub. These curious …

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First Bhutanese rap album released

By Tshering It was 2011, when Kezang Dorji started making rap music and till date he had produced more than 30 songs. On Thursday, Kezang became the first Bhutanese rapper to release music album titled ‘The KUZUZANGPO Album” on a 2GB USB Drive containing 16 songs. It is compilation album of 16 rap songs. The songs are in Dzongkha, English …

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Farmers reluctant to revert fallow lands

By Chimi Rinzin More than 80% of the population is involved in agriculture in our country. Agriculture has been the main source of livelihood for generations. But today, due to various reasons, it seems farmers are losing interest in agricultural work and as a result most of the lands are left fallow. As per the RNRC Newsletter released recently, most of …

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Eyebrows raised over overseas program

By Yeshi Choden Though Bhutan is a small country with small population it has been struggling with the employment problem since decades. As per the 13th National Labour Force Survey report, the national unemployment rate has decreased from 2.6 percent in 2014 to 2.5 percent in 2015. However, the youth unemployment rate increased by 1.3 percent in 2015 from 9.4 percent …

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Intensive Care Unit opened to save lives

By Dhicksha Darnal Animals cannot talk nor reason but they do suffer as much we human do. Even though Bhutanese advocate Kindness and compassion toward all living beings, many fail to practice it in real life. Being a Buddhist country there is nothing as exploiting animals for experiment or leather, but we have some how become so heartless and ignorant about …

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Soaring house rent: Thimphu Thromde yet to receive a complain

By Yeshi Choden Thimphu Thromde has never received a single complain regarding unlawful increase of a rent by any tenants so far. An official from Thimphu Thromde said there is no single complain filed by any tenants regarding the illegal increase of a rent. “If there are such issues, the tenant should report with proper documents and evidence.” “Instead, it is …

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Empower not stigmatize violence victim

By Dhicksha Darnal We think danger lurks outside but we find the real evil inside the safe walls of our home. Women are trapped in a room and not let out, raised fist as if he is going to hit you, grabbed, humiliated and threatened many times so much so that they fear of the sense of some unpredictable force that …

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