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Re-thinking college education in Bhutan

Our country is still in her early stage of democracy. Even so, we have witnessed how undesirable party politics has become in the recent years. Our people are now more alienated from one another than they were a decade or so ago.

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The advent of Zhabdrung Rinpoche

Zhabdrung’s first glimpse of Bhutan

Addressed in his life as Kuzhab Rinpoche, Gyalsey Zhonu, Palden Drukpa Rinpoche, Thuchen Ngawang Namgyel, Ngawang Dudjom Dorji, Ngawang Tenzin Nampar Gyalwa Jigme Dragpa, Ngagi Wangpo Nampar Gyelbai De, Naropai Gyetshab Gyurmed Ngawang Norbu Wangpoi De and many other titles,

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Towards democracy

Making small incremental steps is more effective in building a democracy than waiting for major change to happen, according to 13 political leaders from nine countries who have led their countries to democratic change.

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“We will never forget the grateful assistance rendered to us by Bhutan”

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A message from Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu of Japan to Bhutan on the occasion of the five-year commemoration of the great east Japan earthquake

Five years have passed since the Great East Japan earthquake hit the Tohoku region on March 11, 2011. I, as the Ambassador of Japan to the Kingdom of Bhutan, take this opportunity to express my deep condolences for the victims and their bereaved families.

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How to lose weight … all but unwittingly

The manner in which a midriff (among others) can trim itself without one’s overly bending over backwards

PART Three

How a school of music can help one to get behind the eight ball and keep in shape   MY dream of rock stardom that I ended my say with last week died young, alas, although the embers still glow, albeit on a backburner.

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