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“Tap, Pay, Go” 

In August 2019, while addressing the students at the Royal University of Bhutan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that no two countries in the world understand each other so well or share so much as India and Bhutan, and that New Delhi and Thimphu are “natural partners” in bringing prosperity to their people. 

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