India-Bhutan Relations : Together for Progress and Development - By Alok Singh

India and Bhutan share a deep-rooted and multifaceted relationship characterized by close historical, cultural, and economic ties. This partnership encompasses cooperation in developmental projects, particularly in hydropower, education, and healthcare. Both countries collaborate closely on issues of mutual interest, including regional security, trade, and border management. India's assistance for Bhutan's socio-economic development and Bhutan's support for India's strategic interests in the region underscore the strength of this enduring friendship. Overall, India-Bhutan relations are marked by mutual respect, trust, and a shared vision for peace and prosperity in the region.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bhutan on 21-22 March, 2024 marked ....

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