In a Delhi suburb, owners of a restaurant called Yummy Bhutan (where, by the way, you can get “very tasty Chinese food”) could be echoing China’s sentiments. Yummy Bhutan is exactly how China is looking at Bhutan. And India has made it quite clear that it doesn’t like it.
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First Published: Sun, July 09 2017. 01:41 IST