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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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ELECTION COMMISSION OF BHUTAN ECB (DIR-21)2013/3575 Sir Please refer to the article in The Bhutanese edition “NC candidate’s father to file complaint on political interference in Mongar NC race by DPT party workers” VOL 2 ISSUE 33 WEDNESDAY 01 MAY 2013”. In this regard, the election Commission of Bhutan would …

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  This is not an isolated case. If the Bhutanese interview more people across the country; such cases will be aplenty. And this is one of the reasons why PDP supporters have remained unchanged in their decision to change sides as they have felt the full wrath of the ruling …

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 Response to ‘The shortcomings of the incumbent DPT government that could cost it the 2013 race’ I agree that the government has pumped in lot of money in building rural infrastructure including gewog connectivity. However the gewog connectivity stands only in paper. My village is connected with feeder road but the feeder …

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Response to, ‘NC candidate’s father to file complaint on political interference in Mongar NC race by DPT party workers’   This claim could be true and ECB must do a thorough investigation. A similar story is also emerging in Trongsa about DPT people assisting a NC candidate, who later emerged …

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One of the four pillars of GNH is taking care of our environment. True one of the solution to the Rupee Crisis may be to increase our export whether it is through mining and mineral export but surely if the govt’s aim is to decrease the gap between the have …

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