Nuptials: His Royal Highness Prince Jigme Dorji Wangchuck wed Yeatso Lhamo yesterday at the Domkhar dzong in Chumig, Bumthang, the maternal home of the bride. The Domkhar dzong was built by His Majesty the second King Jigme Wangchuck in 1937 as a ... Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
Naresuan University (NU) will confer an honourary doctoral degree in public health sciences on Bhutan's King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck. Bhutan's King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, centre left, and Queen Jetsun Pema Bhutan, centre right, smile ...Bangkok Post, 1 month ago
Bhutan Airlines, a subsidiary from regional Bhutanese carrier Tashi Air, discreetly started flying between Paro in Bhutan and Bangkok, providing for the first time competition to Bhutan national carrier Druk Air. BANGKOK - This was a rather ...TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific, 2 weeks ago Bhutan children request Turkish team uniforms Zaman, 1 month ago Getting buckets: Bhutan's royal family chasing basketball success for tiny nation WA Today, 1 month ago In Bhutan, royal set shot is sweet as honeyed ghee NDTV, 1 month ago
Here are the top ten princesses in the world today who have us thoroughly under their spell. A special mention goes to the most glorious princess of all times, Diana. If she been alive, she would have undoubtedly topped any list that she was part ...Daily Bhaskar, 2 weeks ago Here are the top ten princesses in the world today who have us thoroughly under their spell. Take a look! Daily Bhaskar, 2 weeks ago
From the media circus of Kate Middleton andPrince William's wedding to the marriage of a Ugandan Princess and an American businessman, the general public is obsessed with royal romance. And that goes double when a member of the monarchy is ...Business Insider Australia, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Amid continuing territorial disputes with China, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to be the Chief Guest at next year's - first leader from the key East Asian country to be accorded that honour in the last four decades. ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Shinzo Abe wants larger Indian presence in East Asia to check China Economic Times, 1 month ago Abe wants larger Indian presence in E Asia Economic Times, 1 month ago
The idyllic Buddhist kingdom believes that peace and happiness should take preference over material growth. In a world beset by inequities and environmental degradation, Bhutan's empathetic approach to development is evoking a lot of interest ...Millennium Post, 1 month ago
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