LETTER

Defamation of The Bhutanese Newspaper by BBS

This is with regard to a grave and blatant defamation of The Bhutanese Newspaper by Producer and Anchor Chimi Dorji of the Bhutan Broadcasting Service (BBS) on 23rd June 2016 in an evening live show hosted by him. The live show had invited the three new parties, Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa …

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Why we are not happy ?

Bhutan is not happy because people are not happy. People are not happy because the application of the rules and procedures that emanate from the law (right or wrong, good or bad) are not applied uniformly to all citizens and organizational entities. This shows that a section of people and …

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MP’s Prado again

I was deeply disappointed to read the story in your last issue on MPs importing vehicles without quotas and then getting special treatment from DRC and RSTA. I agree with this newspaper’s findings and assessments on the issue but I would like to go one step further. My conclusion is …

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Impractical meat ban

I think if a poll on the world’s biggest hypocrites are taken then we Bhutanese would feature somewhere at the top. I say this because of our senseless policy of meat bans during the so called ‘holy months’ and our general attitude to meat. In fact one ban is right …

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Unsafe Thimphu

Dear Sir, I am shocked to learn about such a gruesome crime of a man actually being hacked to death near a major shopping area. I have a feeling that crime in the capital city of Thimphu is on the rise and the police and various other stakeholders should do …

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Letter to the Editor

Response to, “Imprisoned under Tobacco Act, Sonam Tshering says ‘one country two laws’ is a reality” Well said, Sonam, and very true indeed. I fully sympathize with you. No words, money or any substitution can bring back your prison years but this is GNH country where laws are for two …

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Letters to the Editor

In response to ‘23 gamblers arrested by police for questioning’   Sir, If Gambling is considered a very serious offence in Bhutan why are laws so lenient? If law makers strengthened the law in accordance with the seriousness of the offence, gambling would not have prevailed rampantly as stated in …

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