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Bangladesh Navy chief visits India

New Delhi: Admiral M Shaheen Iqbal, Chief of Naval Staff, Bangladesh Navy, is on an official visit to India, from Oct 23 – 29.

One billion vaccination: Sheikh Hasina congratulates Narendra Modi

Dhaka: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Sunday congratulated her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi after his government administered one billion Covid-19 vaccine doses on Oct 21, 2021.

BJP strongman Suvendu Adhikari leads protest march in Nandigram to condemn brutality on Hindu minority in Bangladesh

Nandigram/UNI: Suvendu Adhikari on Friday led a peaceful protest march in Nandigram to condemn the vandalism on the temples and murderous attacks on the Hindu minority people in Bangladesh, saying the criminal happenings across the border were a wake up call in West Bengal.

West Bengal: Six Bangladeshi nationals arrested from a Hooghly housing complex

Bandel/UNI: The West Bengal police have arrested six Bangladeshi nationals from a Hooghly residential complex and seized fake Indian residential documents like, PAN card, Aadhaar card and voter identity cards from them, official sources said on Saturday.

Hindu temples, Durga Puja pandals vandalised in Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina promises action

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday assured Hindu community of the country that people involved in vandalising Hindu temples must face exemplary punishment.

Harsh Vardhan Shringla meets Bangladesh Tariqat Federation members

New Delhi: Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Monday met Bangladesh Tariqat Federation members and discussed the issue of civilisational heritage between two nations.

Indian Speaker Om Birla meets BangladeshJatiyo Shangsad Speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury

New Delhi: Indian Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla met Speaker of Bangladesh's Jatiyo Shangsad, Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury during the Fifth World Conference of the Speakers of Parliaments (5WCSP) in Vienna when he exchange greetings with her over Golden Jubilee year of Bangladesh’s independence.

Baloch nation has the same enemies that Bangladesh had

Balochistan is being labeled as 'second Bangladesh' by many observers as the nature of detention, torture, extra-judicial killing, disappearance and economic exploitation resemble Pakistani oppressions that took place during and before the liberation war in Bangladesh; the Baloch nation in Pakistan has been suffering the worst type of repression that Bangladesh experienced from 1947 to 1971--long 23 years under Pakistani- Panjabi rulers.

Neo-JMB: Latent Threat

Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management

Indian naval ship departs for Bangladesh to deliver medical supplies

New Delhi/Dhaka: Indian Navy’s Offshore Patrol Vessel INS Savitri departed Visakhapatnam on 30 August 2021 and is enroute to Chittagong, Bangladesh to support the ongoing efforts of the Bangladesh military and government agencies in combating the ongoing wave of the Covid pandemic in their country.

CBI nabs Jammu and Kashmir cop taking bribe

Jammu/UNI: The sleuths of Central Bureau of Investigation on Sunday arrested one Assistant Sub Inspector of Jammu and Kashmir Police for demanding and accepting a bribe from the transporter in Kathua district.

Bangladesh Biman flight flies to Dhaka 11 hours after emergency landing in Nagpur, pilot critical

Nagpur/UNI: The Dhaka-bound Bangladesh flight which had to make emergency landing at Nagpur Airport, left for the destination with the stranded passengers 11 hours later, though its pilot, who had suffered a cardiac attack mid-air, is still critical and undergoing treatment at a private hospital here, sources said here on Saturday.

Bangladesh receives 31 ambulances gifted by India

Dhaka/UNI: Bangladesh on Tuesday received 31 basic life support ambulances and medical equipment that were gifted by India, in a ceremony attended by country's Foreign Minister Dr A K Abdul Momen.

Bangladesh-India border to remain shut till August 15

Dhaka/UNI: The deadline for closing the land border with India has been further extended till August 15.

India and the international community must support Bangladesh in finding homes for Rohingya refugees

Psychologists have identified a condition which affects people who are repeatedly exposed to the suffering of others. They call it compassion fatigue.