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An important legacy to survive

The ongoing exhibition at the Royal Textile Academy titled “Tashi Gomang: A National Treasure of Bhutan” is yet another major contributions of Her Majesty Grand Mother Kesang Choeden Wangchuck to the Drukyul.

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Harnessing the power of our creativity

We talk about self-sufficiency and self-employment. These are, however, things that need to be tackled in a way that really brings about visible change in the society. Often times we forget that development theories, however grand they are, means little if they cannot be turned into practical policies.

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A sticky solution

In a move long overdue, the traffic police in Thimphu will introduce a new measure in dealing with motorists who violate traffic rules.

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Parliament media must increase transparency

Parliament could soon have its own radio station, and if budget allows, a TV station as well.

Most parliaments globally have their own TV stations. Some also have radio stations. Most have strong web presences, through websites, and social media platforms.

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Need to include media

Many public institutions see media as their enemies. There could be reasons why media presence is not welcomed. But this is not a good thing for a society that strives for transparency and accountability.

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