Modi visit a success, tweets Bhutan PM

Bhutan`s Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay on Monday said his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi`s visit to his country was a "success" and the Bhutanese people were fortunate to host the new Indian premier.

More vegetarian, Gujarati dishes on table for PM Modi in Thimphu

With visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi being a strict vegetarian, the Bhutanese government and the hotel he is staying in here are serving more vegetarian dishes as well as some Gujarati dishes.

A good neighbour important for happiness: PM Modi tells Bhutan

In comments that may be seen as reference to China and Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday night said having a good neighbour is important for a country`s happiness and in its absence a nation cannot live in peace despite prosperity.

PM Narendra Modi receives rousing welcome in Bhutan, stresses on `B2B` ties

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said though government in India has changed, Bhutan remains a priority for New Delhi and it will strengthen further the relations between both the South-Asian nations after reaching here, his first foreign destination since he took over.

PM Narendra Modi`s Bhutan visit - As it happened on Sunday

Embarking on his first foreign visit since taking over, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bhutan on Sunday to cement India`s "unique and special relationship" with this SAARC country and his thrust to make the ties more effective.

Bhutan ties will be key foreign policy priority: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described Bhutan as a "natural choice" for his maiden visit abroad, and said relations with Thimphu would be a key foreign policy priority of his government.

Postal ballots may prove decisive in Bhutan polls

Postal ballots may play a key role in deciding the fate of many candidates in Bhutan`s second national elections on Saturday as victory margins in many constituencies are expected to be very narrow.

Relations with India dominate Bhutan polls campaigning

Opposition PDP general secretary Sonam Jatsho expressed confidence that his party has a high chance of forming the next government in Thimphu.

Bhutan preparing for first stage of key elections

Bhutanese are taking part in elections in the country to determine which party will form the government.

Indo-Pak Foreign Ministers meet at Thimphu

Home Minister P Chidambaram
on Saturday had a meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Rehman
Malik, as he said terrorism posed the most significant
"existential challenge" to peace and security in South Asia.

Pak PM appreciates progress in Secretaries` talks in Thimphu

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani
today appreciated the progress made by Pakistan and India
during talks between their Foreign Secretaries on the margins
of a SAARC meet in Thimphu.

Indo-Pak Foreign Secys unlock dialogue

The Foreign Secys met to put their stalled dialogue process back on track.

Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries to hold exploratory talks in Thimphu

After a long hiatus, India and Pakistan on Sunday take a step forward in a bid to revive the bilateral dialogue process.

Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries to meet tomorrow

Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao
and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir will meet here
on Sunday during which the Indian side is expected to seek an
update on the Mumbai attacks investigations and trial.

`Rash development is accompanied by several ills`

Bhutan`s young ruler, King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, is a modern man.

`Rash development is accompanied by several ills`

Bhutan`s young ruler, King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, is a modern man.

Britain welcomes India, Pakistan talks at Thimphu

Britain on Friday welcomed the outcome
of talks between the leaders of India and Pakistan, saying
dialogue and rapprochement between the two countries was
incredibly important.

India asks SAARC to introspect and chart course for future

Noting that SAARC has achieved many milestones and created the institutional and legal framework for regional cooperation, India pitched for
introspection of the past by the eight-nation grouping and chart a course for future.