Supreme Court Judge Honoured


The Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi conferred the most distinguished Alumni Award 2017 on Supreme Court Justice Rinzin Penjor coinciding  with the 90th Annual Function Day. It was conferred by India’s Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Prakash Javdekar.

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Seeing and experiencing Real Bhutan


Yes, we have deep respect for those tourists, who visit the places and observe the real festivals with the natives and enjoy them to the fullest. Such foreigners will get more out of Bhutan and their visits. In my opinion, most tourists would like to see something like that and …

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A 10,000 MW blunder ?

Before the 2008 elections and the coming in of Bhutan’s first democratic government, His Majesty The Fourth King and subsequently His Majesty The King had set a realistic target of 5,000 MW by 2020 with India. These were to all be bilateral projects fully owned by Bhutan and financed on …

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With numbers stacked against it govt withdraws BBIN


In an extraordinary move the government has decided to withdraw its BBIN (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal) motor vehicles agreement from the Parliament. The government’s decision was communicated to a plenary session of the National Assembly where it received support from the Opposition members as well. It was felt that it …

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An old friend

The Bangladesh Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina Wazed will be coming on a three day state visit to Bhutan. While the visit will be a warm and important one built on decades of close friendship between the two countries, the latest visit is also in the backdrop of evolving ties between …

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Drakarpo Kora in Paro


The Drakarpo Kora in Paro has become one of the most happening Buddhist pilgrimage in these few years. I have heard of hundreds of people taking what is considered the toughest spiritual journey one could possibly venture on. It’s the circumambulation of the intriguing rocky hill that is considered sacred. What makes …

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Social Media and Media

There can be no doubt that the Social Media is largely a force for good, and it has empowered many voiceless people. It has granted the power of the media to individual citizens, who can use their social media accounts as their own newspapers or channels to highlight issues and …

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