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Enclavemen demand implementation of Mujib-Indra Accord
Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha

Enclavemen demand implementation of Mujib-Indra Accord

(BSS) - The Indian enclave people living inside Bangladesh today submitted memorandum to the Prime Minster, Foreign Minister and Indian High Commissioner through the Deputy Commissioner of Panchagarh for implementation of the Mujib-Indira Accord of ... Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 month ago
Indian Express

Rear view: Tours and treaties

Looking at yesterday to explain today, tomorrow IT was with remarkable speed that the Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation was negotiated in Moscow by D.P. Dhar and signed in New Delhi on August 9 by Foreign Minister Swaran Singh ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Does it make a difference?

It is election time for the largest democracy in the world. This time it happens to be the largest elections ever held in any country, with a record number of voters set to exercise their right to cast their ballots. The mind-boggling ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago

MPs criticize BNP's destructive politics

(BSS) - Lawmakers today slammed BNP-Jamaat alliance for distorting history and pursuing destructive politics in a bid to destabilize the country. Taking part in the general discussions on the thanksgiving motion on President's address, they said ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha3 weeks ago
Dhaka Tribune

Modi-fying Bangladesh-India relations

Barring a miracle, the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections in India is widely expected to see the BJP led National Democratic Alliance at the centre and Narendra Modi at the helm. The change of guard may profoundly affect India's relations with it's neighbours ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago

Are 'battling begums' keeping Bangladesh back?

Corruption charges threaten to worsen the animosity between the two women who have run the country for the past 20 years. Political instability is hurting economic growth. One woman wears oversized sunglasses and gossamer veils; the other favors ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago
The Times Of Israel

Belgium-Holland is the wrong model

British colonialism, a partition plan in 1947 along religious lines to create two separate countries, an unclear border which created territorial enclaves within the territory of the other state, a governmental initiative for families to swap homes ...
 The Times Of Israel1 month ago
Indian Express

Confused and cacophonic

There was no stemming the tide of puerile ideas. Some armchair strategists advocated that a united Pakistan, rather than a bifurcated one, would be in India's best interest. Delhi's response to the unfolding Bangladesh crisis mirrored a lack of a ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Nepali Times

A forgotten genocide

In his new book, The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger, and a Forgotten Genocide , Gary J. Bass, recounts an incident where former secretary of state Henry Kissinger is correcting US President Richard Nixon as he repeatedly refers to the then East ...
 Nepali Times1 month ago

No JRC meeting, no water sharing

The issue of sharing common river water between Bangladesh and India has remained unresolved for long as the ministerial level meeting of the Joint River Commission (JRC) has not been held for the last four years. It has also become difficult to ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
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