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Three new snail species discovered

The National Biodiversity Center (NBC) in Serbithang, Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Naturalis), Netherlands and Ugyen Wangchuck I...

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“Me Thinks” – Pets

Rice Cooker Disease?

Remembering Shakespeare on his 400th Anniversary

Is Sloth our national animal?

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Khakey capturing the snowball culture

Good to great Gasa: Getting there

Gasa lives the organic dream

Kusuthara, Surviving the test of time

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Immense Gratitude to our Leaders

Devastation of Bhutan’s Most Famous Trek Route

Evolution of Kamni and Rachu, the way I witnessed

Kill The Art And You Really Hang Yourself

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If an election, particularly the parliamentary one, is messed up it can put on hold the functioning of the entire national system

Some eight months from now Bhutan will hold the second Parliamentary elections. Three political parties in the making have applied for registration and many more candidates have expressed th

‘Bhutan is such a rich and original country and does not exist anywhere else in the world’

Sabine Verhest studied journalism and photography. She works for La Libre Belgique, a daily leading Belgium newspaper, where she first covered the Europen Union and then directed the Interna

All penalties that will merit an issue being violated under the laws of the Land would be invoked

The Election Commission of Bhutan (ECB) has drafted the Social Media Rules and Regulations prior to the upcoming 2013 elections. During the election period, the policy is to be followed by p

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Post-GST implications on economy revealed

Pasakha Industrial Estate: then & now

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Vehicle loan directive: Headed right

Women deserve more than drayangs!

Elections 2018: More the merrier?

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Bhutan issues a demarche, China yet to respond

Bhutan is yet to receive a response from China after it issued a demarche following the Chinese Army constructing a motor road inside Bhutanese territory. Speaking to Business B

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Post-GST implications on economy revealed

A consultative meeting between the government and private sector about GST impact on economy discussed the good, the bad and the way forward The Royal Government of Bhutan will

Pasakha Industrial Estate: then & now

Amochhu business community in quandary over relocation

BTFEC funds Nu 29mn for four projects

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