Thursday , October 27 2016
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For safer roads

Unfortunately, we’re seeing more fatal accidents in recent days. While the cause of many of these accidents may never be known, there are some areas that can be addressed to further increase safety on our roads.

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Saving sight

For most of us, the thought of donating your organs to others at the time of your death is new, and therefore, perhaps, frightening.

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Clarification needed

The news that the country’s health system has run out of Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) is deeply worrying. In fact, we had run out of the vaccine since the beginning of this year.

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United we stand

As the recent disaster continues in our peaceful country bringing along with it devastation and fear, on the positive side, it has also reminded us that we are truly blessed.

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Intervention required

Several Bhutan Telecom subscribers have claimed that they are being charged for data usage even when not using the company’s mobile data service.

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Centralising information flow

As forecast, the weather improved slightly yesterday.

His Majesty The King remains in the south and on the ground, personally assessing and leading protection, relief and recovery works. We can ask for no better example of leadership.

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Wading through monsoon

The past few days have been difficult and testing, particularly for the people in the south. As the monsoon continues to unleash its wrath, we are losing vital communication lines and increasing number of homes.

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