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23 Jul 2013 | Pavan K Varma | COMMENTS 0

The Happy Kingdom

Pavan K Varma reviews The Kingdom at the Centre of the World: Journeys into Bhutan by Omair Ahmad

22 Jul 2013 | REPUBLICA | COMMENTS 0

Three Star held to draw in Bhutan

League champion Laxmi Bank Three Star Club was held to a 1-1 draw by Sikkim United of Sikkim, India on Sunday in their first match of the King´s Cup Football Tournament being held in Thimphu, Bhutan.

22 Jul 2013 | Dawn | COMMENTS 0

Bhutan hold Pakistan to goalless draw

Pakistan put themselves in a spot of bother at the SAFF U-16 Championships after wasting a number of chances in their goalless draw against Bhutan in Kathmandu on Monday.

22 Jul 2013 | PTI/Money Control | COMMENTS 0

MEA discusses restoring supply of subsidised gas to Bhutan

A meeting, chaired by foreign secretary Ranjan Mathai and attended by senior oil ministry and MEA officials, discussed various aspects to reinstate the subsidised gas and kerosene supply, official sources said here.

22 Jul 2013 | PTI/ Economic Times | COMMENTS 0

Bhutan election results credit positive for India: Moody's

Global rating agency Moody's today said Bhutan election results signal closer economic ties with India and it would be credit positive for India.

22 Jul 2013 | PTI/ DNA | COMMENTS 0

Prime Minister-elect Tshering Tobgay pledges to strengthen Bhutan-India bond

Seeking to put behind recent irritants that have crept into Bhutan's special ties with India, the Himalayan Kingdom's Prime Minister-elect Tshering Tobgay on Sunday pledged to further strengthen the bonds while refusing to label the close interaction as "interference" by India.

22 Jul 2013 | Prabhat P Shukla Niti Central | COMMENTS 0

Time to undo damage to India-Bhutan bond

There has been a good deal of speculation on the recent developments in India-Bhutan relations. Parts of our media have been particularly exercised over the withdrawal of subsidies on petroleum products. Context, of course, is important, and there are three different aspects that need to be examined.

22 Jul 2013 | Keshav Pradhan | COMMENTS 0

We'll take care of India's concerns: Bhutan PM-elect

Bhutan's Prime Minister-elect Tshering Tobgay has said his country would not undermine Delhi's sensibilities and interests, which, many in India thought were not taken care of by his predecessor, Jigmi Y Thinley.

22 Jul 2013 | ANDREA GIESBRECHT The Globe and Mail | COMMENTS 0

Life in Bhutan has its difficulties, but I am richer for them

Living and teaching in Bhutan offers an outsider the rare opportunity to be part of a unique culture and way of life.

21 Jul 2013 | Amitav Ranjan/ Indian Express | COMMENTS 0

India restores subsidy on LPG, kerosene to Bhutan

21 Jul 2013 | Jayanth Jacob | COMMENTS 0

India, Bhutan share unshakeable friendship: Tobgay

There will be no shift in Bhutan’s foreign policy with regard to India as the two countries share an unshakable bond of friendship, the prime minister-elect of the Himalayan nation has said at a time when there are whispers of Thimpu’s growing closeness to Beijing.

21 Jul 2013 | Jayanth Jacob | COMMENTS 0

India, Bhutan share unshakeable friendship: Tobgay

There will be no shift in Bhutan’s foreign policy with regard to India as the two countries share an unshakable bond of friendship, the prime minister-elect of the Himalayan nation has said at a time when there are whispers of Thimpu’s growing closeness to Beijing.

21 Jul 2013 | Jayanth Jacob | COMMENTS 0

India, Bhutan share unshakeable friendship: Tobgay

There will be no shift in Bhutan’s foreign policy with regard to India as the two countries share an unshakable bond of friendship, the prime minister-elect of the Himalayan nation has said at a time when there are whispers of Thimpu’s growing closeness to Beijing.

21 Jul 2013 | Dipendra/Give me Goal | COMMENTS 0

Nepal vs Afghanistan | Pakistan vs Bhutan – SAFF U16 Preview and Live

Nepal will face Afghanistan while Pakistan will play Bhutan in third day of ongoing SAFF U16 tournament.

21 Jul 2013 | REPUBLICA | COMMENTS 0

Three Star held to draw in Bhutan

League champion Laxmi Bank Three Star Club was held to a 1-1 draw by Sikkim United of Sikkim, India on Sunday in their first match of the King´s Cup Football Tournament being held in Thimphu, Bhutan.

21 Jul 2013 | Richa Shukla | COMMENTS 0

Bhutan all set to host The Mountain Echoes Lit Fest '13

With a variety of enticing activities for the lovers of art, literature and music, beautiful country will again play a host to people flocking to Bhutan with a lot to look at the four-day long extravaganza from August 8 to 11.

21 Jul 2013 | Economic Times | COMMENTS 0

Bhutan's PM-in-waiting writes to Manmohan Singh

In a letter to Singh, the Bhutanese leader heading People's Democratic Party, said India was instrumental in ensuring the success of democracy and sustaining the pace of socio-economic development in his country.

21 Jul 2013 | Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation | COMMENTS 0

The President appreciates the success of the General Election of Bhutan.

President Mahinda Rajapakse has extended best wishes to the leader of the People's Democratic Party of Bhutan, Sherin Tobgay who won the recent Parliamentary Elections in Bhutan and to the outgoing Bhutanese Prime Minister Jigme Thinley.

21 Jul 2013 | The Hindu | COMMENTS 0

‘I will build on five decades of friendship with India’

In an e-mail interview, PDP president and Prime Minister-elect Tshering Tobgay told Chander Suta Dogra after the party’s recent win in the Bhutan election, that the democratically mature electorate had voted for change and held the previous government accountable for its term in office

21 Jul 2013 | Outlook India | COMMENTS 0

Tobgay Pledges to Strengthen Indo-Bhutan Ties

Seeking to put behind recent irritants that have crept into Bhutan's special ties with India, the Himalayan Kingdom's Prime Minister-elect Tshering Tobgay today pledged to further strengthen the bonds while refusing to label the close interaction as "interference" by India

21 Jul 2013 | Amitav Ranjan/ Indian Express | COMMENTS 0

India restores subsidy on LPG, kerosene to Bhutan

Two days after Bhutan's future prime minister reiterated his support to India, New Delhi has decided to restore the subsidy on cooking gas and kerosene for the tiny Himalayan kingdom.






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