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India-Bangladesh relationship is very strong, says MEA spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal on BNP's 'BoycottIndia' campaign

A top Indian official recently said India's relationship with Bangladesh remains strong and vibrant, giving a strong message to the country's key opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) over its ‘BoycottIndia’ campaign.

Perils of radical Jamaat-e-Islami and its network in Bangladesh

The recent violence instigated and orchestrated by Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has brought back apprehensions of the role of radical Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) and its links with cross-border terror outfits in South Asia.

USA's recent moves on Bangladesh will only strengthen Islamists & anti-liberation forces

The USA had announced that it will deny visas to any Bangladeshi involved in electoral “malpractices”. The moves by the USA have irked PM Sheikh Hasina whose party Awami League shares a difficult relationship with America since the 1971 war. 

India's NRC, citizenship law is a threat to Bangladesh: BNP

Dhaka/IBNS: Bangladesh's major opposition party Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Saturday described the measures taken by the Indian government like National Register of Citizens or NRC and the newly-enacted citizenship law as a threat to the independence and sovereignty of the Muslim-majority nation.

India bars British MP from holding presser to defend Khaleda Zia, lawmaker sent back from Delhi Airport

New Delhi, July 12 (IBNS): British parliamentarian and top lawyer Lord Alexander Carlile was sent back from the Delhi Airport by authorities as soon as his flight landed at the facility on Wednesday.