Thimphu

  • PM Modi to address Bhutan Parliament, likely to stress on 'B for B' theory June 16, 2014

    Thimphu: It's day two of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first foreign trip. On Monday, he will address the joint session of the Bhutan Parliament and is likely to stress on his B for B Bharat for Bhutan relations theory in that address. Modi will also lay down the foundation...
  • Truly grateful to India, says Bhutan PM May 29, 2012

    As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits Myanmar, another country in the neighbourhood dealing with rapid change has dismissed talk of India's big brother attitude. The Prime Minister of the world's youngest democracy Bhutan Jigme Thinley, spoke exclusively to CNNIBN's Amrita Tripathi on elections, India, and more. Here is an excerpt of...
  • Krishna discusses fishermen deaths issue with SL February 7, 2011

    Thimphu: India on Monday conveyed its "deep concern" over killing of its fishermen allegedly by Sri Lankan Navy as External Affairs Minister S M Krishna met his Lankan counterpart GL Peiris, who said the two countries were working to find a "sensible and pragmatic" solution that endures. ...
  • IndoPak foreign secy level talks useful: MEA February 7, 2011

    New Delhi: The Indian and Pakistani Foreign Secretaries met after a gap of nearly six months in Thimphu on Sunday. Setting a positive tone ahead of their meeting in Thimphu, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir said they would endeavour to find a way forward for continued...
  • IndoPak talks end, Secys agree on dialogue February 6, 2011

    New Delhi: Foreign Secrateries of India and Pakistan Nirupama Rao and Salman Bashir had useful and frank dialogue. They agreed for need for constructive dialogue and need to carry forward dialogue process. They will brief their respective Governments on their discussions. Setting a positive tone ahead of their meeting...