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I think you are confused between a language and a dialect.
But due respect to your concern, I am sure Government will allow broadcasts in any other dialects too, as long as there are newsreaders for those dialects.
You can volunteer for your dialect with BBS and give a shot.
It is the same thing as our Dalla chillies. Nothing unique.
BTW, for your knowledge, high class cuisines and chefs do NOT use much chillies.
Frankly speaking, the ONCE A WEEK garbage collection systemis the most ridiculous practice.
I feel like pulling all TCC officials who made this decision and make them eat my stinking full-of flies wastes.
Your description is very general. I don’t know what you want to convey here.
But one question. I am sure you have been to India.
Do you apply for an Indian permit or visa when you travel or stay in India?
How you know they are illegal?December 17, 2015 at 6:57 pm in reply to: Why can Westers granted Bhutanese citizenship still hold two passports? #143764
Government should also ask the Embassies in Delhi list of Bhutanese people who have been granted citizenship by their countries. Such as Green Card, PR, Citizenship through marriage, adoption, etc. etc.
Hello My-say and others
First and foremost if you are from a village you would see almost every bull or cow has tears in their eyes. It does not mean they are crying, its just that they can not wipe them off.
Second thing is the link you gave is a Blog link, its NOT a news. I can also create a blog like that and post my Goat crying complaining about the lack of maize in his evening snack
All those preach here are meat eaters.. so I don’t necessarily give a damn about what you all write.
Longchenpa, what is your problem actually? Jealousy or bored or a loser or simply racist?February 2, 2014 at 2:30 pm in reply to: Why Bhutanese don’t buy books written by Bhutanese Author? #100039
Its not because they are expensive, it is because they are mostly useless.February 2, 2014 at 2:30 pm in reply to: Why Bhutanese don’t buy books written by Bhutanese Author? #100038
Name me 2 books of fiction or any good novel.
Please do NOT give me titles as ‘rivers’, ‘sunsets” ‘sunrise’, ‘happiness’, ‘mountains’ ‘mists’ ok
I mean I need names of REAL works of literature and art.
To be fair to the argument, I researched a lot and no where did I find ‘Kirat’ mentioned as a religion. So please do not try your adventurism in Bhutan.
Dear PeopleV=voice, if Kirat is neither Buddhists nor Hindus then in that case, it is a “Sect” and should be immediately banned. We should discourage popping up from nowhere of such Tom, Dick and Harry sects in our country.
Just as some Hindu community pray to Sai, or other Gurus, the Kirat community also pray in their own ways. Afterall Hinduism is believed to have 3 crore Gods.
For clarification, the Kirat community is under the umbrella of the Hindu Samudaya of Bhutan and like every other sub-groups, they can also pray to their own dieties.
Yes, Bhutanese can marry any other nationalities.
Why are you asking this question? If you love someone, just marry. You need not even ask. I think you are doubting your own commitment to the girl, thats why you are asking.
NO, we are not.
We are Carnivorous.
Such things are normally called Hypocrisy and not Technology.
BT/Druknet should concentrate in providing a good quality 1-G Service first than competing on other Gs.
This Druknet’s G-thing is now becoming a laughing stock around town.
Dear Mr. Bhattacharje,
Thank you for raising your sad story and your observation of how Bhutanese mentalities are changing. Taxi and bus drivers being at the forefront of our national image, may need a series of hospitality trainings, which no one seem to have thought about. Most Indian tourists for example, do not get frustrated with the country and its hospitality but the gross experience they go through in the hands of the Taxi drivers in particular. Once they lure a Guest into their car, they will find 101 ways to rob you. One common example is that if a fare is arranged for Paro and Thimphu, then once they reach Paro town, the driver will basically charge additional or on Km basis for visit to the Museum or to go to the Taktshang. In Thimphu, these same taxi drivers would charge extra to go to the Buddha or the BBS tower area. These scrupulous good-for-nothing broad-daylight thieves are an eye soar to the Bhutanese image and sadly no one has done anything, least of all, it should have been the ABTO to take the lead.
For your particular case, I think the story is much complex than you described on your part. My imagination says, the driver has a girlfriend in jaigaon or along the way and he wanted to reach back to her as soon as possible. As he conveniently started at noon, his real wife would be believing that he can not make it back to home that same day. So the frustration and anger also seems to have been activated by his adrenaline rush to go ‘to that place’ as early as possible. Of course, who won’t know that Chukka School is in Tsimalakha? He just was taking advantage of your situation. But my version of the story and knowing the Bhutanese taxi drivers, will ultimately be the truth.
Please try to forget this incident as any man travelling with a family would feel the same.
But as a conclusion I would also like to express our gratitude to the many teachers who came from India and taught in Bhutan. The best of students Bhutanese school produced were the ones taught by Indian teachers. The nationalization of teachers in the 90s was so unfortunate that it virtually destroyed the quality of education in Bhutan. We mourn that policy decision of perverts, but with the continued dedication and contribution of such people like you, I am confident that our education system and quality will rise above the tests of times.
Thank you once again for your service.
The Bhutanese economy today is as good as the so-called economic policy makers in our central bank.
Judge yourselves !!!
Samtse has gone down because most of the resetttled people are lazy or have left Kidu lands fallow and empty for years now. When there is no productivity, district is bound to be poor. And also some resettlers who have land near the border with India are using day-laborers from across the border without any problem from immigration. But this facility is not available to the original local inhabitants.September 12, 2013 at 1:27 pm in reply to: Tashi Group claims the Taxi stand land as theirs legally #82989
Well, if the Government wants to take that land for general public good, they can and they should.
Government has usurped private lands throughout the country when there is a general need for public space, be they be for airports, roads or schools.
So why not compensate Tashi for the land and use it as a taxi stand. Or is the Government timid to touch Tashi properties?
@bhutjolokia, I went to that site but the name is not there. If you know, can you write.
yes, I am very keen because we can then know what type of girls/ladies are into smuggling racket.
BTW, the site name you gave is about the Bhutanese refugees and their success in western countries.
I don’t think we need to know what and how good they are all doing.
We need to fix the rot in our system and we will, perhaps as prosperous as those refugees.
Perthong, first tell me if you eat meat or not.
If NO, then I salute you and your humanity.
If YES, then do not give a lecture here.
Our monks are the most voracious carnivores among all of us.
If they want us to follow ‘ahimsa’, then they should stop eating meat first.
We are indeed a country of Ironies.
What is her name ??