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Lives and knives

I write this with a sense of chronic pessimism. That’s because the open letter I wrote to the then home minister two years ago for a commonsensical archery regulation to make the national sport safe remains ignored.

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Brexit, and its likely outcomes

June 23, 2016 will be marked as a historical event that would have a far reaching global impact. Almost 110 years ago in 1805, Napoleon Bonaparte banned the entry of British goods in mainland Europe through a so called continental blockade policy.

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The Australian visa process – Myth and Truth

The naivety and gullibility of Bhutanese will be tested yet again. The recent news in Kuensel heralding the arrival of the Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC), and the manner in which the article made it sound like Australian visas will now become easy to obtain is expected to create another rush for destination Australia.

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