All South Asia
I will not run away, if necessary I will go to Fakhrul-Tuku's house: Quader
Entire city of Rajshahi turned into a grand gathering of the Prime Minister
Bangladesh-England warm-up match cancelled
Nipah claims 5 lives so far this year
Bangladesh-Philippines to discuss the recovery of stolen reserve money
Own Correspondent, New Delhi, Nov 12: Not only Bangladesh, but the entire South Asia will also benefit from the mega projects of the country. State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury MP said this at the opening ceremony of the Multimodal Water Summit-2022 held at the Trade Facilitation Center in Benares in India's Uttar Pradesh.
Own Correspondent, New Delhi, Nov 11: As a result of an important change in the policy of the Indian government, TV channels from various South Asian countries including Bangladesh will now be able to uplink their contents from India.
South Asia Desk, Dhaka, Nov 9: Former Pakistan Prime Minister and chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, said that in 1971, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) was wronged by West Pakistan (now Pakistan), and that is why the greater Pakistan nation was broken.
South Asia Desk, Dhaka, Nov 3: Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has compared his ongoing struggle against the country's ruling government to that of Bangladesh's founder, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
New Delhi, Nov 2: Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud said, India is our tested friend in the struggle of the great liberation war, which we will never forget and the media can play an important role in maintaining this sweet relationship between Bangladesh and India.
New Delhi, Oct 26: The Indian coast guard has rescued 20 Bangladeshi fishermen who were left stranded in mid-sea after the landfall of cyclone Sitrang.
New Delhi, October 15: The year is 1990. In India, the Janata Dal coalition government led by VP Singh was in power. By-elections had to be held in Haryana's Meham at the end of February. Because Devi Lal has moved to Delhi as the Deputy Prime Minister of the country. In his place, his son Omprakash Chautala became the chief minister of the state, but he had to win from one of the centers. Chautala stood as Meham's candidate.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 14: President of India Draupadi Murmu said that the communication between Bangladesh and India has increased as a result of the 'Maitri Setu' built on the Feni river.
New Delhi, October 11: Recently in India, there is a lot of discussion and criticism about the decision to ban a Muslim organization called Popular Front of India (PFI). It is to be noted that one of the reasons given by the government behind banning PFI is that they had close relations and collusion with the militant organization JMB or Jamaatul Mujahideen of Bangladesh.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 7: In the current financial year (2022-23), Sri Lanka and Pakistan are going to face a serious crisis in achieving growth in the gross domestic product (GDP). Although these two South Asian countries are in danger of achieving growth, Bangladesh is in a safe place, according to the World Bank.
Naypyidaw, October 4: Myanmar may be another nation wanting to de-dollarize its economy. Indications of this were apparent when Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, head of the military government made this suggestion to Russian President Vladimir Putin during their meeting in Moscow.
Dhaka, Sepetember 20: Myanmar has blamed Arakan Army and the ARSA (Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army) for recent border incidents, including shelling, on Bangladesh territory. They say that the rebel groups are doing such thimgs to destroy the existing cordial relations with Bangladesh.
London, Sept 20: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has invited Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to visit his country.
New Delhi, September 14: Outgoing Ambassador of Bangladesh Muhammad Imran paid a courtesy call on Indian President Draupodi Murmu. The outgoing ambassador met at Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi on Tuesday (September 13) morning.
Islamabad/Dhaka: According to Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Agency, unprecedented heavy monsoon rains and melting glaciers in the northern mountains of Pakistan resulted in huge floods that affected nearly 33 million people and killed an estimated 1,355 people including over 450 children.