A fledgling grows wings

Changes are coming – in big and small ways.   The fact that Bhutanese contractors did not have a share in the hydropower pie was an issue much wrangled about by Bhutanese entrepreneurs who aimed to make it big in the area. But the government had closed the doors of …

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The land of scams

The DPT Vice President’s involvement in a 10-acre land grab in Thimphu reveals once again how a powerful few can bend laws to amass assets worth millions overnight. This is corruption pure and simple. Questions now must be asked of the entire land administration system in the country. The fact …

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What we stand for

Welcome to Bhutan’s first broadsheet paper. We hope that this paper will not only stand out in size from its other competitors but also in content. The Bhutanese must first clarify that though the paper intended to start as a daily paper, an unexpected and a dramatic increase in printing …

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