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Synonyms for Bhutan

a landlocked principality in the Himalayas to the northeast of India

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There is no point in being upset with them when people in Nepal, professing to be patriots, go about advocating that Nepal must metamorphose into another Bhutan by replicating Bhutan model
Pakistan are leading Group 'C' which also features Bhutan, Kuwait and Malaysia.
Many countries face a declining GDP but Bhutan has the fastest GDP growth rate in the world at 21.
During the meeting different other bilateral issues such as connectivity, investment, import of power and construction stones from Bhutan and export of internet bandwidth from Bangladesh came up for discussion.
The Indian delegation was led by Vijay Gokhale, Secretary (Economic Relations), Ministry of External Affairs, and the Bhutanese delegation was led by Dasho Sonam Tshong, Foreign Secretary of Bhutan.
The Vice President said that India is delighted to see the rapid progress which has been made in Bhutan while simultaneously preserving its very special culture as well as protecting the environment.
BEAR could not be possible without the support and collaboration of the Bhutan Foundation, the Bhutan government and the Jigme Dorgi Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDRNRH).
Shyam Saran, India's former foreign secretary, believes that the purpose of Chinese move is to weaken the Bhutan-India alliance and compel Bhutan to negotiate directly with China.
Phylogenetic analysis (online Technical Appendix 1) suggested that the 2012-2013 outbreaks in Bhutan were caused by the rH5N1 genotype (2.
Pema N Nadik, Chief Executive Officer of BOBL, said, "The introduction of JCB card acceptance has been long awaited given the popularity of Bhutan as a destination for Japanese travelers.
THIMPHU: China has begun courting the only neighboring country with which it does not yet have diplomatic relations - Bhutan.
One of the last countries to open its doors to tourism, Bhutan is a small kingdom, with a population of about 700,000.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met Jigme, 36, and his wife Jetsun, 25, also known as the 'William and Kate of the Himalayas' during their Bhutan visit.
The showstopper full- length dress, called ' Juliet', was a far cry from the casual look she sported earlier in the day for a three- hour hike up to the Tiger's Nest monastery perched on a Bhutan clifftop.
Bhutan became a member of the United Nations in 1971.
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