India is likely to commission a major hydropower project in Bhutan this month, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale has said, vowing to strengthen bilateral collaboration in the energy sector.
As India and Bhutan mark 50 years of diplomatic ties this year, the two sides reaffirmed their commitment to cooperation in the hydropower sector during a meeting between Prime Minster Narendra Modi and his Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay here on Friday.
The Northeast Frontier Railway has submitted feasibility studies to the Ministry of External Affairs to extend rail connectivity to Bhutan, officials said today.
Months after Indian and Chinese troops disengaged after a standoff situation on the Doklamplateau of Bhutan, India and the Himalayan kingdom held the annual bilateral development cooperation talks here.
In May 2014, when Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India, the delegation from invitee country Bhutan was more than delighted.
Leaders of India, Bhutan and Bangladesh may soon formally sign and join hands to build a 1,125 MW hydropower project in Bhutan as trilateral memorandum of understanding (MoU) on this has been finalised by the three Asian countries.
The government is nudging the world’s largest coal miner CIL to expedite export of coal to neighbouring countries, including Bhutan, as India has surplus coal
Kalpataru Power Transmission has bagged four orders for power transmission-related projects worth 1,295 crore. In a disclosure to stock exchanges, the company said the first order pertains to establishment of a transmission system for transfer of power to Bhutan from India.