Sunday , February 26 2017
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Honouring the rule of law

It is heartening that Project DANTAK and IMTRAT have agreed to streamline non-uniform labourers in accordance with the labour and immigration laws. This is a good example set by these two agencies to both internal and external agencies in the country that the rule of law must be followed and implemented without exceptions.

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Testing times have come

It is exam time. Children are busy revising the lessons. Parents are worried and so are our teachers. For some students, this is a crucial time. This exam will determine their future.

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We need to clean up our systems too

When India announced that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes will cease to be legal tenders on November 8, the subcontinent woke up to a new reality. We too felt the ripples because our biggest trade is with India.

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Education challenges?

In less than 25 years since we started non-formal education, a vast number of our people who were left behind in their days benefited immensely. According to a record, some 170,000 people have been numbered as the beneficiaries of the system.

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Aren’t we getting enough signals?

The abandonment of ancestral land in the rural area is an issue of grave concern. This calls for an immediate consultation between the central and local governments to find ways to address the issue.

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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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