Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said his team will be looking to lift the ICC World T20 title next year in Bangladesh in order to complete a unique feat. DUBAI: Having pocketed the 50-over World Cup and Champions Trophy, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni ... Economic Times, 12 hours ago
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Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh today wrapped up her first visit to Bangladesh after extending India's support for a free, fair and impartial election. Singh met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, opposition and chairperson of BNP Khaleda Zia and chairperson of ...Business Standard, 1 day ago Indian elections are educative for foreign delegations Taaza.com, 14 hours ago India hopes Bangladesh's polls to be peaceful, acceptable New Age Bangladesh, 2 days ago India airs concern over Bangladesh violence, calls for talks News Track India, 2 days ago
The hike in import duty on gold has led to a spurt in smuggling of gold into the country from neighbouring states like Bangladesh, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. The latest provisional data showing a massive shrinkage in the current account deficit (CAD) ...DNA India, 1 day ago BSF seizes gold worth Rs 20 lakh The Telegraph, 3 hours ago 15-year-old girl crossing Indo-Bangla border shot dead by BSF Times of India, 2 days ago India focuses on better ties with Arab world Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 days ago
The Supreme Court directive earlier this week to all States and Union Territories to put in place draft rules to regulate the sale of acid by this fiscal-end has once again brought to light Indias sluggishness in addressing acid crime. In fact, India has long ...The Hindu, 11 hours ago
To an Indian who grew up in the 1970s and 80s, the sights of Dhaka, seem to belong to a past that Indian metropolises have mostly outgrown: exuberantly battered buses, unpainted buildings, pavement book vendors with faded posters of Rabindranath Tagore and ...The Financial Chronicle, 9 hours ago Does Bangladesh Have a Future? Jakarta Globe, 3 days ago Winner-takes-all Bangladesh looks for way forward — Pankaj Mishra Malay Mail, 5 days ago
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In a spirit to rejuvenate an interest in the traditional Indian performing art forms among the youth in Manipur and India at large, the Ranganiketan Manipur Cultural Arts Troupe and Srila Sripada Education Foundation is organizing INDICLAD International ...E Pao!, 21 hours ago
New Delhi, Dec 5, IRNA - Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh Wednesday met Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other top leaders and discussed bilateral relations amid political turmoil in the country over the January 5Islamic Republic News Agency, 1 day ago India not to 'broker' Dhaka deal The Telegraph, 2 days ago India Won't Mediate Among Parties in Bangladesh: Singh Outlook, 2 days ago PTI - BANGLA-2NDLD INDIA - India won't 'broker any deal or mediate' in Bangladesh: Singh Namibia Press Agency, 2 days ago
Petrapole, Dec. 5: Trade across the India-Bangladesh border in North 24-Parganas' Petrapole has been halted since yesterday because of political unrest in the neighbouring country, holding up around 1,000 trucks and causing an import duty loss of Rs 20 lakh.The Telegraph, 1 day ago Bangladesh turmoil hits Indian trade Financial Express Bangladesh, 1 day ago NTB roadblocks Bangladesh-India trade Dhaka Tribune, 2 days ago Bangladesh turmoil hits trade via Petrapole Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago
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Events in Bangladesh keep India on tenterhooks Indian agencies in India are keeping their fingers crossed on developments in the neighbouring country that goes to the polls a month later.
KOLKATA: Even as scores of Bangladeshi citizens continue to pour across the international border everyday, both through legal channels and illegally, agencies in India are keeping their fingers crossed on developments in the neighbouring country ...Times of India, 1 day ago Developments in Bangladesh keep India on tenterhooks Times of India, 1 day ago
The final legal battle between India and Bangladesh over 4,000 square kilometres of the Bay of Bengal, holding out huge potential for fishing, shipping and underwater resources, will begin from December 9 at The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration.Times of India, 1 day ago
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