Construction & deconstruction of the other

Ishista Prasher Ayodhya, Palestine, Uri, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Yemen – what was behind the sustained and continuous conflict and clashes? What transforms humans into harbingers of death and destruction? What induces hatred so powerful that the embrace of death becomes the sweet touch of divinity? While answering such questions, in favour of specific political […]

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Being Penalized For Not Using Imported Energy? – Yeshey Dorji

For the past many years I have been wailing cries of agony and frustration – at having to pay electricity bills upwards of Nu.9,000.00 per month, during the winter months. For the more than average Bhutanese, that is a whole lot of money. I want to know who can sanely explain that one energy source […]

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Bhutan Potential Impact Of An Earthquake – Analysis Dr. – S. Chandrasekharan

Is Bhutan ready for a major earthquake of a magnitude of over 7 in the Richter Scale as it happened in Nepal in 2015? This is the basis of a study made by a group of Researchers in Bhutan and they have come out with a report titled “Reliance Strategies and Perceptions of the Potential […]

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Health tips for the rainy season – Sandhya Gugnani

No sooner the monsoon arrives we start fearing about the risk of catching on various diseases like cold and flu, dengue, malaria typhoid etc. Many of these diseases remain undiagnosed until they reach the complication level. So let’s talk about how to prevent and take necessary precautions: Top of the list is to have a […]

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The Bhutanese Polity: In A State of Deep Moral Depravity – Yeshey Dorji

“Bhutan has one MP for 9,000 citizens. The margin between those who serve our country and the population they serve is very narrow. In many countries, elected representatives will never get to know all their people, even if they spend an entire lifetime trying to do so. We have one elected representative for 380 citizens, […]

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The Mystery Canal Rears Its Head – Yeshey Dorji

On 24th June, 2019 I was informed of the report in the thirdpole.net, about the response by our Prime Minister on the matter relating to Sankosh reservoir project during his recent visit to India. I am happy that the Prime Minister merely states “reservoir project” and not Sankosh Reservoir Hydropower Project. I would like to […]

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