Bhutanese conjoined twins separated at Australian hospital

The 15-month-old twins, Nima and Dawa, were joined from the chest to the pelvis. Doctors at the Royal Children`s` Hospital Melbourne (RCHM) said they had to separate the girls` livers, and the…

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Bhutan's DNT party committed to friendly ties with India

Former Indian diplomat NN Jha hailed the recent Bhutan general elections and congratulated centre-left Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) party for their victory, saying that the party is committed to frie Read Article

Bhutan chooses new party to form government

The centre-left Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) won 30 of the 47 national assembly seats, according to the provisional results released by Bhutan's election commision.

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Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa party set to win Bhutan elections

Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) is set to win National Assembly elections in Bhutan. Read Article

Bhutan polls: China woos Himalayan kingdom, to India's displeasure

Many among Bhutan's 800,000 population feel India's embrace is becoming a stranglehold and getting in the way of Thimpu's ties with other countries.

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Bhutan polls: Voters seek happiness in new government

Results of the runoff vote -- to be announced Friday -- could see a government formed by a party only registered in 2013. 

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Bhutan's not-so-happy evicted minority, the Lhotshampa

The Nepali-speaking Lhotshampa were branded as immigrants and stripped of citizenship rights when the then-king introduced a 'One Nation, One People' policy in 1985.

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'Carbon sink' Bhutan counts cost of plans for green future

The mountainous state Bhutan absorbs three times more CO2 than it emits, thanks mainly to the lush forests covering 72 per cent of its land.

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Bhutan elections: Ruling party PDP ousted in primary round

Securing the least number of votes among the four political parties contesting the National Assembly elections 2018, Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party (BKP)… Read Article

Bhutan's ruling party defeated in first round of polls

Tobgay, a 52-year-old mountain-biking enthusiast, and his People's Democratic Party won power from opposition in 2013.

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Dance bars, mobile phones and Chelsea jerseys: The changing face of Bhutan

Signs of change are everywhere, pulling the country of snow-capped, jagged mountains, forests, rivers and clean air into the modern world Read Article

Bhutan rejects Beijing's claim that Doklam is under Chinese territory

Bhutan said it has conveyed to China that construction of the road in Bhutanese territory is a direct violation of the 1988 and 1998 agreements Read Article

After India, Bhutan objects to China building road in 'Bhutanese territory' Doklam

The Himalayan kingdom said the construction of a road inside Bhutanese territory was a 'direct violation of agreements'

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#BeTheChange: The man who turns plastic into roads

Eight million tonnes of plastic is dumped into the world's oceans every year. A Bhutanese man is building a unique path to help Read Article

India, Bhutan lock horns in football friendly later today

The match is an opportunity for young Bhutanese team to practice before they take on Bangladesh at the 2019 Asian Cup Qualifiers Read Article