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India and Bhutan see fresh opportunities as new govt in Thimphu...

India and Bhutan are in a good mood these days. Both countries have seen a number of high-level exchanges and events since October, when...

Bhutan will review participation in BBIN but growth-wellbeing balance also important,...

Journalist Gopilal Acharya spoke with Bhutan’s new Prime Minister Lyonchhen Dr Lotay Tshering on behalf of the South Asian Monitor. Tshering’s party, Druk Nyamrup...

Bhutan’s foreign policy will not change, says new PM

In a major boost to the government of India, the new Prime Minister of Bhutan, Lyonchhen Dr. Lotey Tshering, said his government is committed to strengthening the existing ties between Bhutan and India.Speaking to India’s

In Bhutan, India invests to further its strategic interest

Many observers in India were surprised by the result of the primary round of Bhutan’s third National Assembly election last month: the ruling People’s...

Bhutan’s elections and how country’s constitution limits political participation  

  Days after losing the recent primary round of Bhutan’s third National Assembly election, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tshering Tobgay has been telling supporters...

Bhutan’s middle class, armed forces and youth among voters who delivered...

The primary round of the third National Assembly election in Bhutan sprung a major surprise last Saturday with the incumbent People’s Democratic Party (PDP)...

As Bhutan gears up for its third general election, many wonder...

As Bhutan heads to the first round of its general elections on September 15 to decide which two of the four political parties in...

Bhutan Elections: Four parties campaign for the primary round

Voters in Bhutan will head to the polls on September 15 to decide who among the four political parties will contest for the general...

Bhutan: Coming out of India’s shadow

Bhutan and India are celebrating 50 years of diplomatic ties this year. The foreign ministers of the two countries formally launched the yearlong celebrations...