DHAKA: A train smashed into a crowded bus carrying a bridal party west of the Bangladesh capital Friday morning leaving at least 10 people dead and 57 injured, police said. The Simanta Express train ploughed through the bus and then dragged it at least 500 ... Himalayan times, 12 hours ago
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Draw a line in the sea… Too bad China can't learn from this India's unqualified acceptance of an international tribunal ruling in July on its maritime boundary with Bangladesh is a landmark in regional and international relations. The ...Asia Sentinel, 14 hours ago After UN ruling, Bangladesh prepares for tender Interfax Energy, 4 days ago Pranay Kotasthane: The lure of legalising bilateral disputes Business Standard, 1 week ago Bangladesh wins maritime dispute with India The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Press Council of India chief Justice Markandey Katju has come out in support of Bangladesh-born author Taslima Nasreen demanding that she be given a permanent residency in India.Times of India, 3 hours ago
: A delegation of Numaligarh Refinery Limited, headed by managing director P. Padmanabhan, will visit Bangladesh this month in a bid to fast-track the Indo-Bangla Product Pipeline. The Bangladesh government and the Indian High Commissioners office have ...The Telegraph, 4 hours ago
Over Taslima Nasreen, Markandey Katju takes position against Indian govt; rails against 'bigots, fanatics'
Holding that Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has been hounded for her novel 'Lajja', Press Council of India chairperson Justice Markandey Katju today demanded that she be given a permanent visa to reside in India. In a statement released here, ...Financial Express, 15 hours ago Katju Demands Permanent Visa for Taslima Outlook India, 16 hours ago Justice Katju demands permanent visa for author Taslima Nasreen Economic Times, 14 hours ago Markandey Katju demands permanent visa for Taslima Jagran Post, 13 hours ago
The BJP is no more symphatic to exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen. The Narendra Modi-led Central Government on Wednesday cancelled the resident permit that was being re-issued to her as a matter of routine since 2004 and issued a temporary ...Oneindia, 16 hours ago Govt cancels Taslima Nasreen's resident … Yahoo! India, 17 hours ago Govt cancels resident visa of controversial Taslima Nasreen Samaylive, 1 day ago Taslima Nasreen allowed to stay for two months Asian Age, 1 day ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Starting afresh the debate of illegal infiltrators and refugees from Bangladesh which the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) tried to put forth during the campaign of 2014 Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal, BJP ...The Hindu, 18 hours ago
Bangladesh and India's border patrol forces are slated to hold summit talks at the end of the month, the Home Ministry has said. The Border Coordination Conference, a meeting between the directors general (DG) of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and ...Dhaka Tribune, 6 hours ago Bangladesh former minister says killings on border are unacceptable Sify, 2 weeks ago Big bucks for border fence The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
BADARPUR, Aug 1 - Strong reactions have come in from various organisations and the general people against the Centre's decision to hand over land from Karimganj district to Bangladesh in pursuance to an agreement signed between the two countries. The people ...The Assam Tribune, 7 hours ago
India drops it's claim to a swathe of the Bay of Bengal; Bangladesh says move will unlock drilling opportunities
The Permanent Court of Arbitration on July 7 awarded about 19,500 square km (7,500 square miles) to Bangladesh, 76% of the area under dispute with india If good fences make good neighbours, that may explain why much of Asia's recent territorial tension has ...Economic Times, 1 day ago India drops sea claim to unlock offshore oil in China contrast Economic Times, 1 day ago India Drops Claim to Bay of Bengal Oil Blocks Ending Dispute with Bangladesh International Business Times India, 1 day ago Gone: sea larger than Bengal The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
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