Mountain Echoes 2018: Bhutan's festival of literature, art and culture feels like a true celebration
This year’s edition of Mountain Echoes coincided with festivities marking the 50th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Bhutan
Doka La standoff: Bhutan foreign minister Damcho Dorji meets Sushma Swaraj, hopes issue is peacefully resolved
The meeting was focused mainly on the standoff between the armies of India and China in Doka La in the Sikkim sector.
India-China standoff over Doka La: Border tensions on the rise, but history shows war isn't the only option
The battle of nerves between India and China continues with neither side willing to blink and preparing for the long haul in Doka La.
The powers that be in New Delhi seem cheerfully oblivious to the Chinese belligerence on the border.
Amid Sikkim border row, India's Malabar exercises make for a smart strategy as US, Japan look to rein in China's influence
The on going naval exercises in the Bay of Bengal between India, US and Japan are taking place amid continuing tension between India and China in the Bhutan-China border
Sikkim standoff: Fallout goes beyond heightened rhetoric from Beijing; China is eyeing India not Bhutan
A closer look at the Sikkim standoff reveals that the bilateral relations have endured more than just heightened rhetoric.
Bhutan and India will hold the third round of Development Cooperation Talks in Thimpu on Thursday.
The upshot of the two-day visit by India's leader to this tiny kingdom was a decision by the two countries to scale up their ties that cover security interests and cooperation in a wide variety of fields.
Stability and development in India will help neighbours like Bhutan," he said in his speech, which he delivered in Hindi.
Bhutan's relations with India and how to improve them have dominated the campaigning for the country's second national elections with the two major political parties contesting the polls asserting unequivocally that bilateral ties cannot be impacted by minor hiccups