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I am a Lawyer. I have received my BA. LL.B (Hons.) from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) University of Law, Hyderabad (India) in 2010. In 2011, I studied the Post Graduate Diploma in National Law (PGDNL) and started working as the Law Officer in one of the Offices of the Royal Government of Bhutan since 2012. In 2016, I was awarded the Austrian Government Scholarship Award to pursue the Master of Law in International Legal Studies (LL.M) at the University of Vienna, Austria.

Today, I consider myself as an enthusiastic trainer, professional advocate, and an inspiring writer. Reading and writing are my passion and inborn habit. In this blog, I write social and legal issues that concern every Bhutanese people and society in their day to day lives.

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THE PAINFUL RAPE OF A MINOR: WHEN DOES IT BECOME EVEN MORE PAINFUL? (Part II)

  In my last writing, I have briefly explained why the ‘child marriage’ should not be considered as ‘rape’ in the absence of a clearly expressed provision of the law. In this part, I will provide two case scenarios decided by the Honourable Supreme Court of Bhutan and argue why ‘sexual intercourse’ per se with … Continue reading THE PAINFUL RAPE OF A MINOR: WHEN DOES IT BECOME EVEN MORE PAINFUL? (Part II)

The Painful Rape of a Minor: When Does it Become Even More Painful? (PART I)

Today, I wish to share my personal thoughts on the rape of a child above the age of 12 years. Before I introduce the legal complexities it involved, let me illustrate a simple hypothetical example. Although there are numerous cases decided by the Courts, I am simply not discussing any of them because I do … Continue reading The Painful Rape of a Minor: When Does it Become Even More Painful? (PART I)

“Sharing” in the Facebook: What would it constitute?

Now that the judgment was out (you know which judgment I am referring to), and that the defendants have decided not to appeal (BBS) it would be interesting to first analyse my points of view, and then hear from all fellow lawyers, or to that end, from every Facebooker, your interpretive definition of “what constitute … Continue reading “Sharing” in the Facebook: What would it constitute?

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