Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat is to visit Dhaka again on April 27, to upgrade the bilateral defence relationship.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina concluded a four-day trip to India last week her first visit since 2010during which she signed a range of defence and other agreements to strengthen relations between the two countries. India, backed by the US, is keen to undermine its regional rival China’s growing influence in Bangladesh. Last June, Indian […]
Agreements and memoranda of understanding (MoUs), worth $9 billion of investments into Bangladesh will be signed between the Indian public and private sectors and the Bangladeshi side on Monday.
India today signed three pacts with Bangladesh in the field of nuclear energy, second such deal with a South Asian neighbour.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to the airport this afternoon in peak traffic to receive his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina, setting aside protocol
Assuring support to India, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said her country would not harbour any militant group hostile to India
It started quite suddenly as flash mobs do. Last Tuesday, a noisy group of young men clapping and shouting slogans energetically enter the placid Dhaka University campus to overwhelm the quiet chatter of students and the persistent singing of a Koel (cuckoo).
As Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is set to pay a four-day state visit to India from April 7, her political advisor, Hossain Toufique Imam on Thursday while commenting on the possible defence agreement said the priority of both the countries is first to get rid of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) bases
India and Bangladesh, two South Asian democracies, are also neighbours with the longest common border of over 4,000 km.