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While the big and the small dragons tryst in Dok-la, the elephant trumpets loud

By: Govinda Rizal In early June 2017, Indian defense intelligentsia found Chinese People Liberation Army (PLA) active near Doka-la plateau at the four-state junction between...

Five day Mahayagya concluded in Samtse Shivalaya

The main events featured in the religious congregation were hawan, mantra recitation, and other religious offerings...

An open letter to the King of Bhutan

I am a father of three children. I am a citizen of Bhutan. I got married in January of 1990.

Census and Citizenship issue: a life in limbo

The Rai family is struggling to get their Bhutanese nationality reinstated, and the process of appealing and re-appealing has taken ever.

September 26: Namgay Zam vs AP Sonam Phuntsho

When people find the national media turning a deaf ear and blind eye in carrying the voice of the weaker sections of population, Facebook provided that space and liberty.

Libel charge: Question on freedom of Expression

The court’s decision to declare the thumbprint null and void without sending it to forensic lab for examination is simply putting the available evidence to silence.

Bhutanese women gang-raped in Bangalore and Wangdue

A Bhutanese national working as a beautician was allegedly gang-raped by three men last Sunday night in an apartment in Electronics City at Southeast Bengaluru,...

Ada Rachu rule revoked

Follow-Up Royal Government of Bhutan revoked the much debated and unpopular ‘Ada rachu’ rule last night. But, the government’s official version of the decision is...

Sherab dreams prosperous Bhutan from Qatar

Special Report Sherab (name changed) joined a group of friends to fly for Qatar in 2014 to help government fulfill its pledge-6000 overseas jobs per...

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