August 10, 2020 14:11 (IST)
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India-Bangladesh relationship touches new heights: New Delhi hands over 10 Broad Gauge locomotives to Dhaka

New Delhi: Taking relationship with the neighbouring nation to new height, India on Monday handed over 10 Broad Gauge (BG) locomotives to Bangladesh.

Ahead of Eid-ul-Adha, cattle smuggling on rise along Indo-Bangladesh border

Guwahati/IBNS: Ahead of Eid-ul-Adha, cattle smuggle from India to Bangladesh are on the rise.

Bangladesh: Ex- CMSD director Md Shahidullah dies due to COVID-19

Dhaka/UNI: Brigadier General Md Shahidullah, former director of the Central Medical Store Depot (CMSD), died of Covid-19 at Combined Military Hospital in Dhaka on Saturday afternoon.

Bangladesh: Indian national arrested for involvement with Neo JMB

Dhaka/UNI: Bangladesh Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of police on Friday arrested an Indian national, for her alleged involvement with the militant group Neo JMB.

Bangladeshi-origin arms dealer Moosa bin Shamsher cannot go abroad due to ISI's threat

Dhaka/UNI: Multi-billionaire Bangladeshi-origin arms dealer Moosa bin Shamsher, once one of the 10 top richest men in the world, has been warned not to travel to middle-east saying that diplomatic cooperation between Bangladesh and Middle Eastern countries is not satisfactory at the moment, authorities said on Thursday.

Indian Railways sends special parcel train to Bangladesh with red chillies

New Delhi/UNI: For the first time the Indian Railways, loaded special Parcel train beyond the country borders to Benapole in Bangladesh with dry chillies from Reddipalem in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh.

COVID-19: Feni Civil Surgeon Sazzad Hossain dies

Dhaka: Feni Civil Surgeon Sazzad Hossain has passed away due to COVID-19 infection, media reports said.

New Delhi-Beijing conflict: Amid heightened tension, India gears up for challenge

Leh: Amid heightened tension in recent months, the frontline fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force are flying consistently in and out  of the airbase located close to the border with China.

BSF official apprehend 8 cattle smugglers with nine cattle heads along Indo-Bangladesh border

Guwahati/IBNS: The Border Security Force (BSF) personnel apprehended eight cattle smugglers along with nine cattle heads in Assam South Salmara Mankachar district along Indo-Bangladesh border.

124 people stranded in Bangladesh due to lockdown return to India

Guwahati/IBNS: As many as 124 people from Assam, Manipur and West Bengal who stranded in Bangladesh due the COVID-19 lockdown, have finally returned back to India.

Amid Covid-19, millions in India and Bangladesh now brace for super Cyclone Amphan

Kolkata/IBNS: Amid the coronavirus pandemic, millions of people in India's West Bengal and Bangladesh are now holding their breaths for another calamity as super Cyclone Amphan is on its way to make landfall on Wednesday.

Tripura: Fencing on porous India-Bangladesh border resumes after MHA orders

Sonamura (West Tripura)/UNI: After Covid-19 spread like wildfire among BSF personnel in Tripura, barbed wire fencing along the 8.8 kilometre critical stretch of Indo-Bangladesh border in the state resumed today with the direction of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on an emergency basis.

Bangladesh to develop deeper rail linkages with India for uninterrupted supply of essentials

Kolkata/UNI: Amid Coronavirus induced lockdown Bangladesh on Monday stressed on resuming trade with India through railways and developing deeper linkages to maintain uninterrupted supply of essentials.

Vande Bharat Mission: India evacuates first batch of stranded Kashmir students from Dhaka

New Delhi/IBNS: The first batch of 168 Indian students hailing from Kashmir, who were stranded in Bangladesh amid COVID-19 imposed travel restrictions, arrived in India on Friday.

Bangladesh witnesses major spike in COVID-19 infection in 24 hours, 2 more people die

Dhaka/IBNS: Bangladesh registered the deaths of two more COVID-19 infected patients in the past 24 hours, media reports said on Sunday.