A Better Response to Tackle Mental Health

The number of people suffering from mental illness in Bhutan is increasing every year. Mental health…

Demystifying sexual harassment

Women being harassed in work places and public spaces is becoming a regular Bhutanese toll now. …

An Education Roadmap for the 21st Century

Led by the Ministry of Education (MoE), related stakeholders in the country are gearing up their…

FYP should continue

For any organization, country or an individual, planning is the most important tool needed in any…

The rationale behind decongesting the CFM

The decongestion of Centenary Farmer’s Market (CFM) near Changlimithang, Thimphu reflects the evolution of oldest vegetable…

Doing business during troubled times

For many businesses, a pandemic can derail business strategy and cause a range of unforeseen challenges.…

Light at the tunnel’s end for Phuentsholing

More than any other part of the country, Phuentsholing has been brought to its knees by…

Lessons from the Trashiyangtse flashflood

The recent flood in Trashiyangtse where three boys lost their lives is a grim reminder that…

Yet another successful vaccination program

In second roll out, Bhutan has vaccinated 90 percent of the eligible population and this is…

Set priorities for affordable housing

Amongst many pressing and of course realistic pledges, the Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) during the 2018…

Govt. still needs to clarify doubts on vaccine mix

As some countries have sought for mixing the COVID-19 vaccine, even Bhutan is going along with…

Devising practical solutions to human-wildlife conflict

The issue of human-wildlife conflict has become rampant posing indisputable threat both to animals and humans.…