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Khaleda Zia charged with instigating attack on bus
The Nation Pakistan

Bangladesh charges Khaleda Zia with instigating attack on bus

Bangladesh police have formally charged Begum Khaleda Zia, head of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) with instigating a petrol bomb attack on a passenger bus, a senior police official said on Sunday. Police said 29 people suffered ... Hindustan Times, 22 hours ago

Cricket: Tamed Tigers hope to bite at …

Bangladesh will need a dramatic turn in fortunes to ensure another World Cup does not cause more misery after the Tigers endured a morale-sapping year in which they slumped from one defeat to another. Bangladesh failed to register wins for most of ...
 Yahoo! India3 hours ago Cricket: Bangladesh World Cup factf …  Yahoo! India3 hours ago Tamed Tigers Hope to Bite at World Cup  NDTV1 hour ago Tamed Tigers hope to bite at cricket World Cup  Yahoo! Finance2 hours ago
Times of India

Indian fishermen held in Bangladesh set sail for home

MADURAI: Fishermen being released from jails in neighbouring countries are often faced with the sea changes that have happened to their boats on foreign shores - most equipment are either looted or have undergone corrosion. Their homeward journey ...
 Times of India19 hours ago Unseaworthy boats, the last hurdle for released Indian fishermen on foreign shores  Times of India1 day ago

BSF officials exchange sweets with their counterparts in Indo-Bangla border

-Bangladesh border), Jan. 26 (ANI): On the occasion of the 66th Republic Day celebration, troops of the Border Security Force (BSF), stationed along the India-Bangladesh border at Akhaura exchanged sweets with their Bangladeshi counterpart here. ...
 Sify17 hours ago Four Bangladeshi smugglers arrested  Business Standard1 week ago 8 Bangla trans-border kidnappers arrested  The Assam Tribune2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Battling Begums: Sheikh Hasina reaches out to grieving Khaleda Zia; turned away from the gates

Khalida Zia, 69, and Sheikh Hasina, 67, are known as the 'Battling Begums' for their bitter rivalry that has poisoned Bangladeshi politics for nearly three decades. Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who had gone to offer condolences on ...
 Indian Express1 day ago Hasina reaches out to grieving Zia; turned away  Business Standard India1 day ago Sheikh Hasina reaches out to grieving Khaleda Zia, turned away from the gates  Daily Times1 day ago Hasina reaches out to grieving Khaleda; turned away from the gates  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago

Bangladeshi professionals take to streets to protest against strike called by BNP

Hundreds of working professionals gathered in Dhaka to protest against alleged 'militant activities' by political activists during a countrywide strike and blockade called by the opposition, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). People in large numbers gathered ...
 Sify1 day ago Bangladeshis take to street against strike called by opposition party  International Business Times India1 day ago US, EU and Britain have voiced concern and urged all Bangladeshi parties to engage in dialogue  Radio Pakistan2 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Bangladesh aims to be world's 'first solar nation' - TRFN

By Pantho Rahaman DHAKA, Bangladesh, Jan 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - R esidents of Islampur, a remote village in the northern Bangladeshi district of Naogaon, were stunned one night last summer when the darkness was suddenly illuminated ...
 Reuters Africa1 day ago How Bangladesh aims to become the world's 'first solar nation' (Mon 26/01)  Click Green9 hours ago Bangladesh to Establish World's First Solar Energy Nation  Regulación Eólica con Vehículos Eléctricos18 hours ago Bangladesh Looks to Establish World's 'First Solar Nation'  NewsHub South Africa1 day ago

34 die in Bangladesh poll protest violence

Dhaka: At least 34 people have died in Bangladesh and scores have been injured, most of them in firebomb attacks, amid rising political unrest fuelled by a stand-off between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the main opposition leader. The renewed ...
 Times of Oman2 days ago Bangladesh Violence: Thirty-four People died in vote protest  India Today2 days ago Thirty-four die in Bangladesh vote protest violence  AlertNet2 days ago 34 die in Bangladesh vote protest violence  The Nation Pakistan2 days ago

Bdeshis causing significant rise in Muslim population in India

INDORE: Training his guns on Bangladeshi Muslims yet again, state BJP chief Nandkumar Singh Chauhan on Thursday said population of Muslims in the country has increased significantly because of influx of Bangladeshi migrants. This is not only causing ...
 Times of India3 days ago 'Bangladeshi Muslims are reason behind significant rise in Muslim population of the country'  Times of India4 days ago Bangladeshis are behind increase in Muslim population  The Freepress Journal4 days ago

Govt. proposed to use Indian land for Bangladeshi trucks

SANGSAD BHABAN, Jan 22, 2015 (BSS) - Bangladesh has sent a formal proposal to India for using the Indian land by the Bangladeshi trucks for smooth transportation of goods to Nepal and Bhutan. Foreign Minister A H Mahmood Ali disclosed this in ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha4 days ago BSF detains Bangladeshi at Thakurgaon  New Age Bangladesh6 days ago Police detain Bangladeshi family in Ghaziabad  India Today1 week ago Bangladeshi family detained in Ghaz …  Yahoo! India1 week ago
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