The necessity of lockdowns

When the COVID-19 hit the globe, South Korea and Taiwan imposed lockdowns that were effective in clamping down any exponential rise in cases. And when Bhutan saw the first possible case of community transmission in Gelephu, it also imposed a lockdown from August 11 to September 30. So what is the science behind lockdowns? Do […]

Drone regulations rigid, stumbling block for creative industries

Since 2018 till date, civil aviation has fined 20 private individuals for flying drone illegally Tshering Denkar, the first Bhutanese solo travel blogger and a vlogger, was recently imposed a penalty of Nu 20,000 by the Bhutan Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) for flying a drone. Along with her, a few other independent film makers were […]