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Air quality in Thimphu hits permissible ceiling

Bhutan, for too long has been basking in the glory that came along with the carbon neutral status  which  also has distinguished the country globally for 81 percent of the country’s forest coverage, protected national parks, nature reserves and wildlife sanctuaries. Going by this, the quality of air in the …

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A deep dive into Bhutan

ISBS leads to a ‘Bhutan Studies’ in its own right and a better insight into Bhutan on its own terms As any Bhutanese will be acutely aware, Bhutan is broadly defined in two ways. One, is that of a small but strategically important country lodged in between two giants along …

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ACC finds no corruption in ex-PM’s wall case

The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) will be closing the wall case of the former Prime Minister and current PDP President Dasho Tshering Tobgay. Dasho Tshering Tobgay in his capacity as the Prime Minister had referred the matter to the ACC in March 2018 asking ACC to investigate his compound wall …

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