Modi awarded Bhutan’s top civilian honour

Prime Minister Modi becomes the first foreign Head of Government to receive this accolade, joining a distinguished group recognized for their exceptional contributions to Bhutan and its people.

PM Modi to visit Bhutan, strengthen ties amid China’s watch

During his visit, Prime Minister Modi will engage in crucial discussions with Bhutan's leadership, including an audience with King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and talks with Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay.

Modi, Bhutan PM bolster relations amidst China’s Himalayan presence

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay, who is on a five-day visit to India, met on Thursday evening to push cross-border connectivity, energy, and business initiatives amid China’s efforts to expand its outreach in the Himalayan State. Tobgay’s visit marks his first overseas visit after assuming office […]

Chinese President Xi Jinping issues direct warning to U.S. President Biden on Taiwan reunification

He also refuted predictions by some U.S. military leaders regarding a specific timeline for the reunification, asserting that no such timeframe has been established.

China asks Bhutan to resolve border issues

China has asked Bhutan to establish diplomatic ties with it and resolve the boundary issue

World leaders congratulate India for lunar leap

Presidents of 11 countries from across the world rushed to congratulate Indian people and ISRO for the Chandrayaan-3 success

We don’t blame Bhutan, China: Assam CM Sarma on Delhi floods

As the war of words continues, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma challenges the AAP to take ownership and resolve the flood crisis in Delhi instead of pointing fingers at other state governments

Chief Operations Officer Of Bhutan Army Calls On New Def Secy Giridhar Aramane

Lt Gen Batoo Tshering, Chief Operations Officer of the Royal Bhutan Army, called on newly appointed Defence Secretary Giridhar Aramane on Tuesday.

We Are Officially Opening Our Hearts, Doors To Visitors: Bhutan PM

The Kingdom of Bhutan is reopening its borders after two and a half years on September 23, along with a revised tourism levy of $200 per day for international tourists and ₹1,200 for Indian visitors.

The Meet At Lalit: Revisiting Indo-Bhutan Energy Cooperation

After over 30 years of bilateral energy cooperation between Bhutan and India, it appears both countries are re-examining the venture to accelerate hydropower development as envisioned earlier. However, both countries are equally looking forward to enhancing cross-border electricity trade (CBET) in the region, going by what was discussed at the Think Tank Forum conference on […]