The 37th anniversary of the historic 'Farakka Long March Day' will be observed today (Thursday). Different socio-political organisations will hold various programmes to observe the day. Bangladesh National Awami Party (Bangladesh NAP) will hold a ... The New Nation, 6 days ago
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The Northeast Dialogue Forum, a conclave of human rights and indigenous people's organisations based in India's north-east, has sought intervention of India, China and Bangladesh to prevent adverse impact of development projects on the region's ...The New Nation, 16 hours ago
Leaders of Bangladesh National Awami Party (Bangladesh NAP), a partner of the 18-party alliance, have urged all to forge national unity against Indian water aggression. They at a discussion on Saturday also criticised the government for its silence ...The New Nation, 3 days ago
Senior Congress leader and Union minister of state for Health A H Khan Chowdhury today said that to hold free and fair panchayat polls in West Bengal it is necessary to deploy the Central paramilitary forces in the polling booths. When the Trinamool ...Siasat Daily, 6 days ago
Press Release HCC's Group turnover up 4% at Rs 8,510 crore ? HCC'sstand alone loss narrows by 38% Mumbai: May 03, 2013: HCC has registered a 4% growth in Group turnover atRs8,510crore for the financial Year ended 2012-13 compared to Rs8,157crore a ...4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
A number of Expert Committees had been set up by Government of India in the past for study of the flood problem in various parts of the country and to suggest ways and means for minimising frequent occurrence of floods.Press Information Bureau, 2 weeks ago
Panchanandapur (Malda), April 27: The Bengal government has lost about 50,000 fertile acres to Jharkhand but, despite land being a sensitive issue in the state, doesn't seem to mind it. The people living there do, though many of them now say it's ...Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
US likely to continue GSP for Bangladesh No progress in sight Many edn instts remain open on Friday Civic group blames Shamim Osman, demands his arrest Acting VC confined by BCL at SUST 5 killed as BNP-Jamaat men clash with police in two dists ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago
Sourav Sarangi is an award-winning filmmaker whose latest work Char… The No Man’s Island explores the border between India and Bangladesh, defined by a river and its ever-changed course. The beautifully shot documentary examines the impact of nature and the political border on the lives of people who live in the region. Sarangi was in Berlin for the European premiere of his film at the 63rd Berlinale. The film was well received with sold out screenings and engaging post-screening ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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