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Narendra Modi in Bhutan: From RuPay to education cooperation, a roundup of the PM's two-day visit

Firstpost Monday, 19 August 2019
On his second visit to Bhutan since his first re-election, prime minister Narendra Modi on his two-day visit to Bhutan held talks with the country's leaders to further deepen the bilateral ties.
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News video: PM Modi, Bhutan PM inaugurate Mangdechhu hydroelectric power plant in Bhutan

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bhutan PM Lotay Tshering inaugurated the Mangdecchu hydroelectric power plant in Bhutan on Saturday. PM Modi had arrived in Bhutan for a two day visit and laid out details of several projects.

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