Bhutan

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Bhutan is a Himalayan country located in between India and China. It has a population of about 600 thousands and it is sub-divided in to 20 districts. Bhutan's national language is Dzongkha, originally spoken dialect of western Bhutan. Recently, the country has instituted a constitutional democracy form of government. Lynpo Jigme Y. Thinley is the first prime minister of the constitutional democracy of Bhutan.

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