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Ex-Education Minister’s wife bought land near Education City site while Ex-PM Jigmi Y Thinley, Yeshey Zimba’s wife and Ex-Speaker Jigme Tshultim own land nearby DPT President and his Ministers flatly denied having land around the Education City. Then what is this then. Whether the land is in their or their …

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At Gaeddu College, nobody planned anything. Some professors never wrote lesson plans or planned anything for that matter. Some never used textbooks. I later found out why. Incredibly, even the college calendar was bogus. I kept count of the unofficial, non-teaching days. I lost forty eight (48) hours or four …

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Response to BKP, DCT, DNT, and PDP all concerned that DPT President’s statements will harm Press Freedom and Democracy in Bhutan   Bhutan is not JY thinley’s country. It is a land that belong to the people of bhutan. People of bhutan have the right to speak and express truth. …

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Response to, “ECB green lights entry of DNT candidates into PDP”   Dorji Choden made a wise decision by joining PDP. She can strengthen PDP’s base in East. She won by a huge margin in her constituency which means she has to represent them in Parliament. This is possible only …

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Eight DNT candidates from the East including the President and Vice President agree to join PDP   Very funny, DNT seems to have forgotten that the primary round votes were for the party. With a ready excuse of regional balance and national interest, they’ve managed to nail the coffin no …

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Response to, “PDP says it will do away with Pedestrian Day”   Never understood why DPT started the Pedestrian day in the first place. They enforced rules using police, who were ordered to not let a single vehicle inside the town. Business in border towns like Phuentsholing and Samdrupjongkhar dried …

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Response to “Tariff hike to hit ordinary consumers hard”   The meltdown of the economic crisis of the Europe or global economic recession did not affect the Bhutanese population in general but it is slowly creeping in and it will definitely affect us making us poorer now. We the public …

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Response to, “National Statistical Bureau shows higher employment rate at 2.7% than Labour Ministry’s rate of 2.1%” Bhutan is different from rest of the developed countries. The statistical methods that are used in USA cannot be used in our country because farmers in USA are not like our farmers who …

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Mongar Court Judge says that even   Gyelpozhing plot recipients fall under the criminal case category   Very interesting development. The ball now seems to be in the ACC’s court and it’s up to them to prove they have the courage to ensure a corruption free society. Dhamteng   “So …

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Response to, “Prime Minister in violation of rules allotted Prado to a Grade 5 officer” What upsets me is not because the PM gives his secretary a government Prado, but because the PM has again disregarded the constitution, the financial rules and regulations and gone against His Majesty the Kings …

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