NEW DELHI, May 26 Within a month of ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to undertake a two-day tour of Bangladesh next month.According to official sources, the Prime Minister will be on a two-day visit to Bangladesh ... The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
Kin pin hopes on Modi for Chetia's extradition - New Delhi Pioneer, 4 weeks ago
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DHAKA, June 8 It is not Anup Chetia but a suspected member of the banned National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) who could be the first beneficiary of the improved Indo-Bangla relations.Shambhu Mooshahary alias Shambhu Shah, was recently transferred from ...The Assam Tribune, 3 weeks ago Extradition talks to figure Anup Chetia and 4 more India Online.in, 4 weeks ago Chetia, 4 others to figure in extradition talks The Assam Tribune, 4 weeks ago
NEW DELHI, May 31 External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj today confirmed that India is going to take up repatriation of ULFA general secretary Anup Chetia with Bangladesh during Prime Minister Narendra Modis visit.Addressing a press conference here, on ...The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago LBA to open up new era in Dhaka-Delhi ties: Sushma Swaraj Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI, May 29 Uncertainty over extradition of detained ULFA general secretary Anup Chetia may be nearing an end, with the impasse likely to be settled during Prime Minister Narendra Modis Bangladesh visit.Highly placed sources told newsmen that the matter ...The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
Guwahati: The India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement bill, which was cleared by the Lok Sabha on Thursday, will not only pave the way for settling the decades-long border dispute between the two countries, but has given rise to fresh hope about ...Times of India, 1 month ago
BySubir Bhaumik Pakistan seems to be raising a calculated furore at a time when the MQM's leaders are being investigated in the U.K. for possessing weapons and for money-laundering The BBC's so-called exposé on India's ...South Asia Monitor, 3 days ago
Rendezvous With Rebels explores the links between Burma and the insurgency in India's Northeast. Photo: Flickr/K.Aksoy U ntil 2011, Burma was among the few countries still veiled in secrecy. In 1962, Chief of Army Staff General Ne ...OneClimate.net, 1 week ago
Mihir Bhonsale 12 June 2015 Analysis Ties of the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan with Nepal, Bangladesh and India stand to be boosted. Trade ties with Bangladesh are expected to be intensified with India allowing transit to Bangladesh for ...Observer India, 2 weeks ago
Manipur is one of the most troubled states of the Indian Union. Not only is there armed rebellion there is ethnic violence also. The history of Manipur dates back to 1110 AD when the Kangleipak kingdom was founded. In 1891 Britishers set their eyes ...The Statesman, 3 weeks ago
Sushma Swaraj walks slowly these days because of a leg brace, but it has not slackened her pace in setting the foreign policy agenda of the Narendra Modi government. On May 31, the external affairs minister addressed the media to announce her ...The Week, 3 weeks ago
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