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Happy Teachers' day

I took a deep breath before I wrote this piece of article. And I request everyone to take a deep long breath if you come across this article. Think of all the teachers who had touched your life because today is a day to pay tribute to our teachers who have been playing with chalks and dusters, escaping meals to prepare lesson plan, gathering teaching materials from limited income they make and list goes on. We often say teachers are the one who light us in the darkness but we must not forget that they burn themselves to light our path. We should know that smoke is part of fire light. Like smoke troubling you when it enters your eye, teachers might have scolded you, punished you, insulted your behaviours and you must have felt bad about it. But I know that you have great respect to your teacher and therefore today is a day to forget all your bad thoughts to your teacher and pay your genuine respect. Why teachers' day on May 2 in Bhutan while other parts of world celebrates on differ

Ganglapongpas- And the story of the land lost to flood

Ganglapong is a small and remote village of Mongar. It is located at about 12km drive from Austho-Lhentse highway. Since it is located above 2000m from the sea level, Ganglongpong experience warm and heavy shores during summer and cold-dusty winter. There are about 70 household with more than 150 people living in the village. Almost of all the people depends on agriculture farming. They practices mixed kind of farming where people grow crops as well as rear cattle for livelihood. What are the crops grown by the villagers? Well, this is the story I am going to narrate today.  Our villagers used to own both dry and wet land until year 2003. Our parents used to grow maize and paddy sufficiently for all mouths in the family. However, after the unfortunate flood in the year 2003, we lost our land to flood and had to depend on imported rice thereafter. Brief story of flood (Introduction of disaster-flood)   Satellite Map of the Ganglapong explaining disaster. Back in 2003, our village ha

Is human rights born after or before the law?

Human right! Many are of question whether human right is born after or before the law? Human beings are born free in many parts of the world. There are few countries which restricts the freedom to born either in the form of policy like one parent- one child or through the indirect diffusion of ideas such as small family, happy family. And  I believe this article will answer some of your questions. The information provided in this article is limited to my personal view and information which might intersect with your thought is highly regretted and your criticisms are highly appreciated.  Human rights are the set of moral principles that governs functioning of society without compromising the happiness of one another. While protesting for the right, we often tend to forget our duty. Therefore the existence and birth of law has become crucial and necessary to recognize undeniable human right.  Laws are crafted to protect human right and demoralize human right violation. When laws are co

Happy Birthday Your Majesty

 Exactly 42 years ago on this date ( 21/02/1980), Bhutan and Bhutanese were fortunate to welcome our rampart and precious Jewel, His Majesty the king Jigme Kheser Namgyel Wangchuk. His Majesty the king  having brought up under the strict discipline of  our GREAT FOURTH, is the ultimate protector and saviour of all the Bhutanese. Therefore, on this auspicious day, I would like to humbly wish our king,  happy birthday.                “long  live our king”