Bhutan’s anti-corruption drive should begin from roots

Of late, our newspaper headlines and news stories are bombarded with news of corrupt officials being…

ACC needs our love and solidarity

The flag-bearer of our country’s anti-corruption drive, the Anti-corruption Commission (ACC) is increasingly coming under undue…

Parched in a glacier-rich river valley

Bhutan is a nation that prides itself on being endowed with a rich natural ecosystem, and…

Security lapse at SC, a matter of concern

The ugly turn of events that unfolded in the Supreme Court this week, where a high-profile…

Bhutan amidst the global water crisis

With frantic pace of development in Asia and the Pacific region, and projected urbanization balloon that…

Truth versus the social media hypocrisy

Our social media discourses today are filled with disgust, venom, an utter lack of empathy and…

On RCSC’s media gag order

Tightening the noose on civil servants’ take on media and freedom of speech, the Ministry of…

Safety of our tourists must reign supreme

The country saw the first tranche of tourists arrive at the Paro international airport after a…

The bright light at the tunnel’s end

The Royal Civil Service Commission’s recent drive to weed-out incompetent government employees, starting from the highest…

Axe falls on senior executives

The decision of the Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) to weed-out incompetent civil servants at the…

Covid Phase-II: Treading with Caution

After almost two-years and a half of uncertainties and sacrifice, we are now treading the final…

Lockdowns: the last straw?

The country is currently undergoing its fifth lockdown ever since the virus breached into the nation’s…