World AIDS Day 2017 – Amrith Bdr Subba

Understanding HIV infection as an issue of national importance  Against all the odds, the world has made a significant progress in its fight against HIV and AIDS over the years. As we observe the World AIDS Day today, it’s appropriate that we reflect on how we could continue to work together to save the world […]

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Some of the most common causes of divorce: a small personal reflection – Amrith Bdr Subba

  In life, everything happens for a reason and divorce is one of the events that does not happen by accident. In a marriage, problems can build up overtime if the spouses do not know how to respect each other’s boundaries. No matter what, having an open communication is key to sustaining a happy relationship. […]

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Being an entrepreneur

Numerous innovative products ranging from agriculture to ICT to textiles were on display at the Clock Tower in Thimphu during the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). Like every year, the Loden Foundation has spearheaded in coordinating a weeklong GEW in collaboration with the relevant government agencies and other relevant stakeholders from various sectors. Prior to the […]

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Suicide-Fumbly Play

  This piece is deeply personal to me.  I, like most of my friends, have been unfortunate to miss many dear friends who all decided, independently that the beauties of life were not enough to warrant living. When I think about them, I remember that they were deeply loved and greatly talented. And then I […]

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Suicide – Fumbly Play

For most Bhutanese, world history as a school subject is only taught in the 7th and 8th grade. The textbooks are old and contain myths that have been disproven for decades. One of those myths is that of the “Dark Ages” of Europe before Charlemagne, the light in the darkness. Some historians argued that these […]

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Dark Ages-Fumbly Play

  For most Bhutanese, world history as a school subject is only taught in the 7th and 8th grade. The textbooks are old and contain myths that have been disproven for decades. One of those myths is that of the “Dark Ages” of Europe before Charlemagne, the light in the darkness. Some historians argued that […]

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