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Dhaka, Sept 12: Every year on the occasion of Durga Puja, Bengalis across India including in West Bengal taste hilsa as a gift from Bangladesh. Last year (in 2022) before Durga Puja, Bangladesh got permission to export 2,900 tons of hilsa to India. However, Indian fish importers were able to import only 1,300 tons of hilsa. As a result, during Durga Puja last year, the price of this delicious hilsa in Bangladesh was beyond the reach of common people.
Dhaka, Sept 9: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed satisfaction over the deep relationship existing between the two countries and at the same time agreed to take effective steps to further strengthen the relationship.
Dhaka, Sept 8: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has left Dhaka for New Delhi to attend the 'G20 Leaders' Summit'. Three Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) are likely to be signed between Dhaka and New Delhi during Hasina's visit to India. This conference is going to be held from September 8 to 10.
Dhaka, Sept 4: The two-day G20 summit will be held in New Delhi, India, on September 9-10. A bilateral meeting between Bangladesh and India is likely to take place on September 10, the last day of the conference. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will lead Bangladesh and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will lead India.
Dhaka, August 24: Jatiya Party (JP) Chairman Ghulam Mohammad (GM) Quader returned home on Wednesday evening after a three-day visit to India. He expressed his inability to tell the media in detail about who met whom and what was discussed during this visit.
Dhaka, August 3: The recommendation of the Indian Parliamentary Standing Committee has given Bangladesh hope that the Teesta water sharing issue will be resolved soon.
Dhaka, August 1: A group of progressive Bangladeshi NGOs, including Uddipan, North Bengal Museum and BSCSS, has in association with some Indian representatives and local district administration officials from Rangpur and Kurigram organised a candlelight vigil on Monday (July 31) to mark the 8th anniversary of the landmark event of exchange of enclaves between India and Bangladesh.
Agreement signed with India's KEC International Ltd for construction of 3rd and 4th dual gauge track on Dhaka-Tongi section
Dhaka, July 24: Railway Minister Md. Nurul Islam Sujan said that the railway communication system has suffered the most in the war of independence of Bangladesh. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, with the help of India, restored the railway communication by repairing Hardinge Bridge, Teesta Bridge and Bhairav Bridge.
Dhaka, July 19: During Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's visit to India to attend the 17th G-20 summit in September, three projects — Maitri Super Thermal Power Plant-II, 65-km Khulna-Mongla Port railway link, Akhaura (Bangladesh) and Agartala (India) railway link — will be inaugurated.
Dhaka, July 8: On the occasion of panchayat elections in North 24 Parganas district bordering West Bengal, India, import and export operations through Benapole-Petrapole land port are completely closed today (July 8). However, operations are normal at Benapole port and customs, including the arrival and departure of passport passengers.
Dhaka, May 29: Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Verma said that India-Bangladesh bilateral relations are multi-faceted and are manifested through active cooperation in a wide range of fields, including the protection of joint natural ecosystems.
Dhaka, May 26: Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka Pranay Verma said that last year more than 1.5 million Bangladeshis were given Indian visas.
Dhaka, May 23: India on Tuesday virtually handed over 20 Broad Gauge (BG) diesel locomotives to Bangladesh as part of further strengthening of bilateral ties.
Dhaka, May 18: Akhaura-Agartala dual gauge railway project will be completed in June. After the trial run, the railway will be opened in September. The Prime Minister of India and Bangladesh will inaugurate the railway. First, cargo trains will run on this railway. The people of both the countries will get the benefit of this railway.
Dhaka, May 12: Bangladesh and India have expressed satisfaction with the level of bilateral cooperation in various fields. This satisfaction was expressed during a courtesy call on Indian External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar at the Ganabhaban on Thursday with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.