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Tobacco Control Act and Which Army? – Tshetrim Namgay

  Prohibition never works and that is a mild statement. The tobacco ban is a colossal joke by some old-school highfalutin religious social moralist, and the part that really sticks it in is that it isn’t primarily for the various health hazards, though the Act does make a reference, but the

My break ups with facebook – Sonam Dema

  At the time when Facebook is making headlines in news for gathering its users’ data, and as FB declares its data leak hits 87 million users— triggering and widening privacy concerns. Facebook is most popular social network surpassing over one billion registered users worldwide. Bhutan alone has over 250,000 active users.

Beware of internet scams – Amrith Bdr Subba

  In 2008, I received an email from Nokia Company based in the United Kingdom saying that I had won 450 million pounds as the best Nokia customer of the year and that I was required to provide my personal details to claim the prize. Later, I received another email from

In Bhutan from Far Away – Troy Wilkinson

  The first thing to understand about a foreigner’s (or at least an American foreigner’s) basic perceptions about Bhutan (if they know of it) is that it consists of a simple trifecta. The three key points are that it’s supposed to be extremely happy due to Gross National Happiness (GNH), have