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In Bhutan, progress is measured by how happy people are, not how much wealth people have.
Namgyel Wangchuck, 31, ties knot with a student 10 years his junior in a colourful ceremony in monastery in old capital.
Mass public celebrations for king's wedding are proving to be a boon for Himalayan nation's economy.
Resettled refugees warn Bhutan's government to be wary of democratic transformations if repatriation is not considered.
King urges people to vote in an election that will see him relinquish power.
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