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  • Also , according to Benji's late son Freddy's friends , Benji used to discourage and insult Freddy all the time in front of people and called him useless and stuff . Freddy was working as a photographer and I guess was not making much money . No wonder Freddy got depressed . Dealing with our Bhutanese parents with their own crazy sometimes lead people over the cliffs
  • Like Uncle Pann says Benji should keep his mouth shut . Everywhere the lions fight , like a hyena he will reach there barking up behind whoever might give him some left over scrap. First , losing all the money and property given by his then powerful father . Now , just loafing around and jumping all around to stay relevant. The Dorji family especially the Jigme Paldens side except for Dasho Kalden is becoming a joke now . Tsk tsk . Don't like DPT either but at least they don't have hyenas behind them all over . It's irritating :P
  • how is real cry now?
  • Perhaps saying: Kuensel is the medium of Government's regular voice to vulgar public. (here again, vulgar is to mean COMMON instead of immoral)
  • [In my own opinion, the case is not severe and criminal in nature. Everybody wishes to become rich and the Executive Director of RICBL must be wishing to get rich too. If the fund transfer here and there benefits both the companies then I see no reason in accusing Nubri or RICBL. If not for Nubri there would be other company in picture to reap the benefit. Only because the Director has share in Nubri does not make him liable. I have shares in RICBL, now should I not buy insurance from RICBL?] ***that doesn't mean he should be lenient with Nubri and is in favor of Nubri demands. He may legally have shares in Nubri or wherever as he wishes to make extra income. But for what RICBL paying him and giving him the benefits, if at all Director is of good work ethics person, all these shouldn't cross the line of his duty and shouldn't let his position as a Director questioned
  • you think it's not cruel to choke people ? tell me
  • You did good study about Bhutan. Never mind i love Bhutan than Singapour. Please don't compare such as Shang ri la to Bhutan.
  • Even after the truth is peeled off and shown to public with date and figure no authorities in Bhutan especially ACC and RAA is starting the investigation. The board is taking advantage of its innocent share holders.
  • Why couldn't they borrow from BOB. Maybe YUDEN DEMA from RMA did not allow that!!!!
  • eeeee
  • In my own opinion, the case is not severe and criminal in nature. Everybody wishes to become rich and the Executive Director of RICBL must be wishing to get rich too. If the fund transfer here and there benefits both the companies then I see no reason in accusing Nubri or RICBL. If not for Nubri there would be other company in picture to reap the benefit. Only because the Director has share in Nubri does not make him liable. I have shares in RICBL, now should I not buy insurance from RICBL?
  • Good reporting.
  • what a sad turn of events!!
  • It doesn't take much sense to note that, JYT is a bad ASS Bhutanese, but look around, there aren't any Bhutanese that are any better than JYT himself. Given a chance all will walk that same path ??
  • PM might need to be surrendered too. Although I voted our PM and his party, I am starting to have doubts with him. I have supported most of his policies and decisions. But lately, I have found him to be going the same way as others before him. I had misgivings of his performance agreements with the different Dzongdas and Ministries. I guess it is his initiative to get everyone to do their jobs. Having said that, all signing the agreement kind of made it seem like if one party cannot fulfill the damn agreement he would have defaulted and can be penalized under law. I am of the impression that every Dzongda or every minister by virtue of his high post has to fulfill a certain responsibility whether or not he signs it. So to me signing such an agreement is a waste of time an energy. And his decision to surrender the three hapless secretaries to the RCSC was a hasty decision to say the least. It made it seem like the PM wanted to be seen as a man who made urgent and critical decisions.... the buck stops here thing. But to me, it looked like a hasty one… and we all know what haste makes. Perhaps the PM wanted to stay away of the corruption scandals plaguing the construction industry and say (to the bureaucrats in South Block) his office was unaware…. but in doing do it only highlighted his vulnerability and inexperience. One would have expected him to be patient and slow. There was nothing a tete-a-tete could not have solved. It would have saved all the hullabaloo. He should sometimes learn to listen to his elders. (If he came to me, I’d pull his ears). Perhaps after one year of office his enthusiasm is waning and is heading in the wrong direction. But who will tell him that the emperor has no clothes on? Bhutanomics??

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