The red passport is an official travel document of immense importance. From all the passports, the red passport is accorded the highest privilege, as per internationally accepted norms. In our country, all passports are issues by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. There are about 1000 Bhutanese holding the coveted Red.
In continuation to the Sleazy Secretary’s story – let us go back to his Serbithang days (and nights) with the construction of the National Biodiversity Centre. He was the Program Director and the Chairman of the Tender Awarding Committee. Continue Reading
The recent article in the Bhutanese about the disadvantage faced by private newspapers is true. Not so long ago the media and social media were threatened with “I will get you” which would have been OK if it was Robert Mugabe rather than a proponent of Happiness. Continue Reading
19 July 2013 will go down as one of the saddest days in Bhutanese history as over excited DPT supporters and members, high on rhetoric and rumors and low on facts and evidence, leveled a series of untrue allegations directly or indirectly against the Palace during a party meeting held in YDF, Thimphu.Continue Reading