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India, Bhutan to hold 3rd round of development talks on Thursday

A total of 86 projects are expected to be implemented under the PTA in the 11th Five Year Plan.


Bhutan makes it to cover of India tourism report

The Bhutan monastery was presumably mistaken for one in either Sikkim or Arunachal Pradesh.


China says not perturbed by growing India, Bhutan ties

“We are glad to see our neighbours develop friendly ties with each other,” said a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson.


India proposes new ideas to strengthen ties with Bhutan

Sushma Swaraj said Prime Minister Modi gave some new suggestions to Bhutan like holding a joint sports festival, establish e-libraries etc.


PM Modi lays the foundation stone of Kholongchu hydro-power project in Bhutan

In April, 2014, the two countries had signed a framework agreement on four more JV-model HEPs totalling 2120MW


Stability and development in India will help neighbours like Bhutan: PM Modi

Modi said if India progresses, it will directly impact the development of its neighbours.


Need a good neighbour to be happy: PM in Thimphu

We are committed to continuing our unstinted support to Bhutan in its development efforts,” said Modi.


Chef travels to Bhutan to prepare Gujarati food for PM Narendra Modi

The cook has been in Bhutan since almost a week as Modi is known for not having food outside.


Bhutan King welcomes PM Modi with guard of honour

Modi was also presented with a guard of honour at the palace and the national anthems of the two countries were played.


Modi a friendly and very knowledgeable person, says Bhutanese PM

He is very aware of the details of the India-Bhutan relationship and overall gives a sense of purpose and hope, said Tshering Tobgay.


PM Narendra Modi arrives in Bhutan; gets a red carpet welcome

He is likely to address the joint session of the Parliament of Bhutan and inaugurate the building of Bhutan’s Supreme Court.


Narendra Modi visit to Bhutan to display ‘special token of friendship’

Modi will be accompanied by Sushma Swaraj, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh.


After Bhutan, PM Modi likely to visit Japan in July

Modi will hold talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on key bilateral and regional issues.


Narendra Modi picks Bhutan for first foreign visit, official team to leave tomorrow to work out logistics

It has been reliably learnt that an official team will be leaving for Thimphu on Friday to set up the visit and work out the relevant logistics.

Tshering Tobgay, Carlos Ghosn

Nissan to supply electric cars to Bhutan, to run as taxis

Bhutan and Nissan will study how to further cooperate on green technology, both sides said.