Bhutanomics is a pertinent illustration of something that can motivate young Bhutanese since it reveals that criticising is simply much more than recommending – actually, it’s more about encompassing the negativism and the potency to keep on writing dingy things, i.e., warts and all.Continue Reading
They say archery is the biggest cause of divorce in Bhutan. It is also one of the main reasons for lack of productivity in the government. Ever been to a government office only to be told to come back another day because the official is out of station? Continue Reading
How much is Tashi really worth? How rich are the two brothers who own Tashi? Millionaires? Billionaires? Continue Reading
“It will cost the government Nu 15.5M, at the current foreign exchange rate, or USD 250,000 to use the online application for the first year, following which it will cost Nu 9.3M or USD 150,000 annually. The cost is calculated to include 5,000 civil servants, which translates to Nu 1,860 or USD 30 for each civil servant annually.”Continue Reading
Austerity is a measure that every individual and every institution has to exercise and practice now that the country is going through tremendous financial crunch and rupee crisis.