LETTER

Letters to the Editor

Response to “are guns really a must?” Not only the gun license need to be renewed, the license holder must also visit the mental stability check up. Within a span of two years anything can happen to those crazy gun owner and might pose great threat to the society as …

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Letters to the Editor

Response to Expired drugs prescribed to patients by MoH How can expired drugs be used? It’s dangerous and what is the guarantee of the tests. I think first Doctor’s kids must be given the drugs and then to the patients. Are the doctors sure about its usage after its expiry? …

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Digging up the dead

On 17th August, I boarded a train from Pathsala to New Alipurduar. Barely, fifteen minutes had passed when a Newspaper-Man came chanting: ‘Paper, Paper, English-Hindi-Bangla, Newspaper, Newspaper.’ I stopped him, and ran my fingers through the stack of newspapers and pulled out one. It was ‘Seven Sisters Post’, Guawahati English …

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lettes to the Editor

Response to ‘Bhutan gets 20 out of 193 votes in UNSC elections’ “Bhutan did better than many other losing contestants. Bigger countries like Cuba, Barbados and Congo got only one vote each while Tanzania got around three votes”. Those countries were not contestants! Rwanda and Argentina were the only contestants …

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A tribute

“ONE NATION ONE PEOPLE” was what His Majesty our beloved Fourth Druk Gyalpo said when I was in a junior School as a primary student. Every one of us knows that our Nation has progressed by leaps and bounds under the far-sighted leadership and benevolence of our great Kings who …

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Royal Wedding Anniversary wishes on facebook

May the Triple Gem bless our Majesty and our Queen with longevity. Happy Anniversary la. MP Tshewang Lhamo Dorji   Congratulations from Thailand & Happy Marriage Anniversary, Your Majesties Apple Orathai On the most joyous and auspicious occasion of the First Anniversary of the Royal Wedding on the 13th of …

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Letters to the Editor

Response to ‘Controversial Chinese buses in town, now for the spare parts’ The issue is about corruption. First of all, the government has a standing position about any business that has no set up. They are known as brief case businesses and the government actively excludes them from participating in …

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Letters to the Editor

Response to BCCI says Bhutan will have ‘No Economy’ soon if govt does not step in Can someone explain to me the headline of “No Economy soon”? My limited understanding of this issue, is that maximum employment is in the civil service, farming or self employment in small businesses. Would …

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Letters to the Editor

  Response to ‘A sub-culture forged in the foundry of Pedestrian Day’   I think this is a noble initiative of this present government. Actually it has a lot of positive benefits though i am not denying the inconveniences it has caused too. I think we Bhutanese will get used to …

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letters to the editor

Response to, ‘Staggering lapse in hospital procedures puts a life on high risk’  In the article ‘Staggering lapse in hospital procedures puts a life on high risk, published on August 31 issue of The Bhutanese, I was shocked that my name was unnecessarily dragged into the story.   Firstly, I …

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