Govt wants Bhutan's help to tackle NDFB

In the wake of massacre of tribals in Assam by the anti-talks NDFB(S), Home Minister Rajnath Singh has requested External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to seek help from Bhutan to tackle the banned militant group.

Challenge to guard Indian borders with Nepal, Bhutan: MoS Home

It is a challenge to guard the country's borders with Nepal and Bhutan, and anti-social elements here are hard to detect as there is "no restriction" on the cross-border movement of people, Union Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said.

PM Narendra Modi greets people of Bhutan on national day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the people of Bhutan on their national day on Wednesday.

India-Bhutan ties have stood test of time: President

President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said bilateral relations between India and Bhutan have "stood the test of time" as he wished the country on the eve of its National Day tomorrow.

President Mukherjee greets Bhutan on eve of their National Day

President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday extended his greetings and felicitations to the King and people of Bhutan on the eve of their National Day.

First Himalayan Region Sports Festival to be held in 2015
First Himalayan Region Sports Festival to be held in 2015

The Sports Ministry has launched Himalayan Region Sports Festival for the region covering the North Eastern states of the country besides Nepal and Bhutan. The idea was first mooted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to a joint session of the Bhutanese Parliament in June earlier this year.

ULFA(I) demands information about 26 "missing" cadres

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Assam on November 29, the ULFA (Independent) today demanded that Centre provides information about 26 cadres, allegedly missing since the operation against ULFA in Bhutan in 2003.

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Modi, Shah among top decision makers in 'Global Thinkers' list

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been named as the top decision maker in a list of 100 global thinkers by a leading American foreign policy magazine.

PM Modi's strategy for China

India and China are bound by history, connected by culture, and inspired by rich traditions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has previously said.

India, Bhutan not to act against other's security interests

 Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, returning from a two-day state visit to Bhutan, described it as "one of my most memorable visits abroad" and said he was confident that Bhutan would not do anything that was inimical to Indian security interests.

President Mukherjee returns home after Bhutan visit

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday arrived here after his state visit to Bhutan during which he held wide-ranging talks with the Bhutanese leadership.

President Pranab wishes Bhutan success in tourism sector

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday observed that tourism will get a further boost in Bhutan with the latter designating the year 2015 as "Visit Bhutan Year" and wished success to the Bhutanese government in this regard.

President Mukherjee leaves for home after Bhutan visit

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday left for home after a state visit to Bhutan during which he held wide-ranging talks with the Bhutanese leadership.

India, Bhutan sensitive to each other's vital interests: President

Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, on a state visit to Bhutan, Saturday described ties between them as an "exemplary bilateral relationship between neighbouring countries" and said the two governments shared confidence and trust that they would remain "sensitive...to each other's concerns and vital interests".

Security of India, Bhutan 'intricately interlinked': Mukherjee

India on Friday said Bhutan and its security is "intricately interlinked" and it is important for the two neighbours to be sensitive to each other's concerns, as President Pranab Mukherjee held wide-ranging talks with the Bhutanese leadership.

President Pranab denies Bhutan visit was triggered by Thimphu-Beijing talks

President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday denied that his state visit to Bhutan was triggered by the recent border talks held between the landlocked kingdom and China.

India, Bhutan sign MoU on establishment of Nalanda University

India and Bhutan on Friday agreed to collaborate on the "noble objectives" of the establishment of Nalanda University in Bihar to develop the institution as an international centre of excellence.

Indian visits to Bhutan sign of its importance: President Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee has described the visit by two top Indian leaders - Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his own - to Bhutan within a year as "an important signal" of India's sincere desire to promote good neighbourly relations in South Asia and the importance attached to Bhutan.