Has the Opposition turned weak?

With the Opposition remaining mum on a number of issues that raised up dust in recent times, and the resignation of the former OL, people are of the perception that it has become weak The Opposition Party, Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT), has been unusually quiet and reticent about a gamut of issues on the country’s […]

Domestic tourism kicks off amid skepticism

To soften the blows caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) has come up with the idea of domestic tourism in the country. However, most stakeholders in the tourism industry suggest that the development of unique product offerings is required for the domestic tourism initiative. With the first COVID-19 case confirmed […]

UN in Bhutan to observe 75th UN Day today

The United Nations in Bhutan will observe the 75th United Nations Day today at the UN House in Thimphu. The UN marks its 75th anniversary in the middle of a global pandemic, which more than ever, reinvigorates the UN’s founding mission- to promote human dignity, protect human rights, respect international law, and save humanity from […]

14 entrepreneurs asked to vacate start-up center

The Department of Cottage and Small Industry (DCSI) has asked 14 entrepreneurs to vacate the start-up center in Changzamtok by October. Eight entrepreneurs, the remaining of the 11 from the first batch who used to occupy the start-up center, were asked to move out on October 8 and have requested for an extension because of […]

Bright future for online businesses

Consumers have spent the past couple of decades shifting their spending habits online. Now, with the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are social distancing from each other, and the web has become by default the place to shop. Economic professor, Sanjeev Mehta commenting on the impacts of online business on the economy of a country said online […]