· October, 2008

Stories about Bhutan from October, 2008

Bhutan: Religion and Environment

  24 October 2008

Rabi C Dahal traveled across Bhutan on a bike for 13 days and tells about his impressions of the country in Bhutan Observer: “In almost all parts of the country, religious beliefs helped protect the environment.”

Bhutan: Delayed pay revision

  15 October 2008

Kelen at Kuzu Bhutan Weblog comments about the delayed pay revision process in the Bhutanese government service: “people were blessed with fake promises and the provision of revise pay still remains fancy”.

Bhutan: A kings dream

  9 October 2008

Expressions blog pays tribute to the King of Bhutan, His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck recognizing that the nation’s dreams are shared fully by the new King.

Bhutan: Wake up world!

  6 October 2008

Bridge to Bhutan quotes Bhutanese Prime Minister Jigmi Y. Thinley, who reminded the world of a wake up call while speaking at the United Nations General Assembly recently: “Economic well being is not human well being,” and “the main cause of the financial crisis nations faced today was the result...

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