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Making jobs attractive!

A timely intervention, albeit late, the labor ministry has begun making it mandatory for all organizations in the private sector to institute provident fund scheme for their employees by May 31 this year. It’s also heartening to know that the labor ministry would strictly monitor the implementation of this scheme in

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Practice what you preach!

Representatives from political parties in a panel discussion organized by the Bhutan Democracy Dialogue in Thimphu almost over a month ago smugly vowed to refrain from corrupt practices and mudslinging to achieve their political goal. They also agreed to conduct themselves more responsibly during and after the election period. However, this is

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Clean elections ahead?

The third parliamentary elections that we will witness some months away may perhaps be a clean one without political parties resorting to corrupt practices and mudslinging. This is at least going by what political parties pledged during a panel discussion a month ago at RITH in Thimphu that was organized by

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Bringing women on board!

It’s heartening that the number of aspiring candidates wishing to contest in the National Council elections has increased substantially compared to the past. A total of 142 aspiring candidates have registered for the NC elections as of October last year. And while women’s participation as candidates has also increased this

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