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India-Bangladesh relations are deeper than any other strategic partner: Indian Foreign Secretary

Bangladesh to allow entry without Covid-19 vaccination

Rooppur Power plant: Ishwardi residents learning Russian to boost sales

Ban of Hilsa fishing to be lifted from midnight

Several BNP leaders contesting UP elections with party symbol

International Monetary Fund blocks Afghanistan's access to funds

Washington DC, August 20: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stopped funds to Afghanistan after the insurgent group Taliban took over the country following large scale violence and killings.

Taliban insurgents open fire on people rallying in support of national flag in Afghanistan's Nangarhar: Reports

Kabul, August 19: The Taliban, who have taken control over Afghanistan, on Wednesday opened fire on people rallying in support of the Afghan national flag in the eastern Nangarhar province.

Bangladesh will get coronavirus vaccine from India soon

Dhaka, August 17: Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Vikram Kumar Doraiswami has said that Bangladesh will soon get the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine from the Serum Institute of India. On Tuesday (August 17), the Government of India handed over 31 life support ambulances and medical supplies.

War is over in Afghanistan: Taliban

Kabul, August 16: Taliban insurgents have declared that the 'war' in Afghanistan is over after they entered Kabul on Sunday and took control over the Presidential Palace.

Taliban enter Kabul, Ashraf Ghani leaves country

Kabul: Taliban terrorists entered the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Sunday as the United States evacuated diplomats from its embassy by helicopter, according to media reports.

Ashraf Ghani vows to prevent further instability in Afghanistan

Kabul: Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has vowed to prevent further bloodshed in the country where Taliban terrorists have unleashed violence by capturing regions at a rapid pace in recent times.

Pakistan using Taliban as proxy, playing dangerous game in war-torn Afghanistan: Reports

Islamabad/Kabul, August 9: As the US military begins withdrawing from Afghanistan after more than two decades, Pakistan is playing a dangerous game in the war-torn country and seeking to create extremist jihadist movements there and in adjoining areas.

Afghanistan: Taliban terrorists capture Kunduz city

Kunduz: The Taliban terrorists have captured the northern Afghan city of Kunduz following a fierce battle with the country's security forces.

Afghanistan: Taliban captures capital of Nimruz province

Kabul, August 6: The Taliban terrorists have captured Zaranj, the capital of Afghanistan's southwestern province of Nimruz, local Hasht e Subh news outlet reported on Friday, citing residents.

After Herat, several regions in Afghanistan witness anti-Taliban rallies

Kabul, August 5: After Herat, citizens across Afghan provinces have begun to chant the slogan of “Allahu Akbar” in anti-Taliban rallies.

India's Lovely professional University to establish Bangabandhu Corner

Dhaka, August 4: Bangabandhu Corner is being set up at Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Punjab, India. The decision was taken at a recent meeting between Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Muhammad Imran and LPU Chancellor Ashok Mittal. This initiative has been taken on the occasion of the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

India plans Covaxin trials in Bangladesh to bolster jab profile

New Delhi, August 3: India has expressed desire to start human trial of the 'Covaxin' coronavirus jab in Bangladesh. The Narendra Modi government has already approved the necessary funds for this. An influential national daily quoted an Indian government document on Monday (August 2).

Why Afghanistan distrusts Pakistan?

Kabul August 3: Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh recently complained in a tweet that the Pakistani Air Force had warned the Afghan Defense Forces that it would retaliate if it tried to drive Taliban fighters out of the key border town of Spin Boldak.

Afghanistan: Rights groups blame Taliban for recent civilian deaths in Kandahar

Kandahar: Several human rights organizations have blamed Taliban terrorists for the  death of dozens of civilians in Kandahar's Spin-Boldak district.

Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui was brutally murdered by Taliban: Reports

New Delhi, July 31: New light has been shed on the death of Indian Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, who died on July 16 while covering a clash between Afghan security forces and the Taliban. Now, a report says Siddiqui was murdered by the militants.