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Response to ‘Bhutan’s press freedom index ranking drops by a record 12 places’ The dramatic drop in Bhutan’s press freedom ranking should come as no surprise especially this year. The DPT government in many ways has turned away from its original commitment to ensure a free press and strengthen the …

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Response to “Rampant illegal logging in Paro threatens forest cover” Illegal felling of trees are rampant all over Bhutan, Paro’s problem may not be an isolated one. Thanks to the importers of the power chain saw, who makes the task of illegal felling of trees easier for the thieve lumberjacks …

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Thi/Amb/551/1/2013                January 21, 2013 Reference report captioned ‘Very positive, on India-Bhutan relations’ in The Bhutanese of January 19, 2013. The Section ‘on Bhutan expanding its diplomatic ties’ gives the impression that the interviewer asked the Ambassador for his views on the Rio meeting  and  establishment of diplomatic ties between China …

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Thimphu Tech Park turns into a White Elephant The 8 million dollar ADB or WB loan has been wasted because of policies made under hallucination. This big empty building is a tremendous loss for our country with scarce resources. I wonder whether those leaders who had decided to build a …

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Response to ‘Druk Miser Nazhoen Tshogpa joins PDP’ I think it is healthy to have younger people take part in politics. After all, the youth will shape the future of Bhutan’s democracy. However, one thing to be weary of are the impressionable minds of the youth and what ploys parties …

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Response to MoIC Minister and Cabinet to be armed with more powers over the Press This is very bad news for Press Freedom in Bhutan. ACC, RAA, ECB and etc are important as constitutional bodies but the most important institution of all is a Free Press. In the last few …

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Response to ‘New Chinese passport claiming Bhutanese territory unknowingly endorsed by Bhutanese officials’ While the high profile people of Bhutan are busy changing and claiming their maps within Bhutan. Internationally our neighbors are busy changing their international boundaries. So it is time for the people to work hard for the …

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Response to ‘Criminal charges applicable to three ministers say legal experts’ Whether it happened 10 yrs ago or 100 yrs. ago or under whatever regime is not the matter. What matters most is that corruption is corruption. Corruption is the root cause for all evils, it is unhealthy for a …

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