Monastic education is changing. It should. Times have changed and so have circumstances and demands of education whether it is secular or traditional.Read More »
The Voluntary Artists’ Studio Thimphu (VAST) held a fundraising for its fourth Rice Bank project in Thimphu last week.Read More »
Yesterday, the nation celebrated the naming ceremony of HRH The Gyalsey at Punakha Dzong. Outside the magnificent 17th century fortress, the Thangzona was teeming with people. For the Bhutanese young and old, the day had special significance.Read More »
The amount of time we’re spending with our children is shortening.
Understandably, this is because we’re working longer hours.Read More »
Our biggest health challenge today is the rising instances of non-communicable diseases (NCD). Almost 60 percent of death in the country is attributed to NCDs. And the threat is growing.Read More »
Change is in the offing. Cultures and traditions evolve with time. What remains is only the semblance of the real.Read More »
In a welcome development, the National Housing Development Corporation is planning to build around 400 housing units in Phuentsholing in the next two years.Read More »
There is no sector more important than education. We are talking about building our society with capable and responsible citizens. Commerce and relations are important, all right. But they do not help raise our young minds, who in their time, will have to steer the course of this nation’s future.Read More »
It wasn’t as celebrated as the football wins over Sri Lanka but an equally significant sporting event took place recently. Bhutan got its first international win in basketball. The Bhutanese women’s team defeated Bangladesh at the SABA games held in Nepal.Read More »
The science curriculum is being reformed and could likely be introduced in 2017.
This is an important event not only for the education sector but the country.Read More »