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Coronavirus: One death, 170 new cases across Bangladesh on Thursday

Increasing remittances, decreasing imports stall dollar growth in Bangladesh

Uttara accident: China will have no objection to punitive measures

Uttara accident: 50 ton crane was lifting 70 ton girder, 10 arrested

Number of travellers through Benapole decreases

Bangladesh-Indian officials to attend crucial meeting today

Dhaka, June 19, 2022: The 7th meeting of the Bangladesh-India Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) is going to be held today.

Bangladesh-India bus services resume after two years

The passenger bus services between Bangladesh and India resumed on Friday after its suspension for two years induced by the Covid19 pandemic.

Maitree Express starts operation after two years

Dhaka, May 29, 2022: The Dhaka-Kolkata train service has been suspended for more than two years due to the Corona epidemic.

Dhaka-Delhi JCC meeting on June 18-19

Dhaka, May 29, 2022: Foreign Minister level meeting between Bangladesh and India will be held on June 18-19 in Delhi.

Bangladesh fifth in the world, top in South Asia in dealing with Covid-19 pandemic: Reports

Dhaka, May 7: Bangladesh ranks fifth among all countries in the world in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. On the other hand, Bangladesh ranks highest among the South Asian countries. This information came up in the ‘Nikkei Covid-19 Recovery Index’ published by Japan-based Nikkei Asia on Thursday (May 6).

Foreign Minister level meeting in Assam this month

Dhaka, May 7: Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar visited Dhaka on 28 April. Exactly one month later, he will attend the River Conference in Assam, India on May 28-29. Foreign Minister of Bangladesh AK Abdul Momen is also invited there. There is talk of a meeting between the two foreign ministers in Assam. After that, a meeting of the formal Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) at the level of Foreign Ministers of the two countries is being discussed in Delhi.

Hundreds of thousands of Bangladeshis will go to India for Eid holidays

Dhaka, April 21: From the end of March, Bangladeshis are getting the opportunity to travel to India on all types of visas, including tourism. With the door open for India, a large number of visa applications are being submitted to the country.

Stable democracy has helped Bangladesh move ahead of India and Pakistan: Chicago Tribune

Dhaka, April 20: According to a professor at St. Xavier's University in Chicago, USA, Bangladesh's stable democracy and strong women's leadership have propelled the country far ahead of neighboring India and Pakistan, leaving Bangladeshis in a much better position economically than ever before.

Tista river turns violent

Dhaka, April 8: Dreams of thousands of farmers have been shattered after the gates of Ghazaldoba Barrage in India were opened and heavy rains inundated their crops. Every year during the months of March and April, the river Teesta becomes dry. In the scorching sun, the people near the bank walk along the sandy Teesta. This is the first time in almost 35 years that the picture has changed.

Indian immigration process will start soon

Dhaka, February 26, 2022: Indian High Commissioner Vikram Kumar Doraiswamy has said that Indian immigration will be opened soon for passport passengers as the Corona situation has eased.

Use of deadly weapons at the border to be stopped

Dhaka, January 11: The use of lethal lethal weapons are being stopped at the border. This was stated by Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal at a distribution of winter clothes organized by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) 13 on the eastern bank of Dharla River in Kurigram on Tuesday (January 11).

Work begins on demarcating four common rivers of Bangladesh and India

Dhaka, December 13: The governments of the India and Bangladesh have started work on demarcation of four rivers in Satkhira district among 54 common rivers between the two countries. The move comes follwoing a virtual summit between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi in December 2020. Those rivers are Ichhamati, Kalindi, Rayamangal and Hariabhanga.

Prime Minister Hasina calls for further strengthening of Bangladesh-India relations

Own representative, Dhaka, December 7: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has emphasized on the need for further strengthen the 50-year diplomatic relationship between Bangladesh and India by focusing on connectivity, trade, commerce and communication.

Stamps commemorating India-Bhutan recognition released

Own representative, Dhaka, 7 December: With the recognition of India and Bhutan on 6 December 1971, Bangladesh began to gain international recognition. On this occasion, the postal department has released the opening envelope, data card and seal along with the stamp. A commemorative stamp worth Tk 10, an opening envelope worth Tk 10, a data card worth Tk 5 and a special seal were unveiled by the Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen on Monday (December 6) at the National Press Club.

Bangladesh-India celebrate Friendship Day

Dhaka, December 6: Bangladesh and India have completed preparations for grand celebration of Friendship Day/Moitree Dibosh on Dec 6, the historic day when India, as the second country, recognized Bangladesh as a sovereign and independent state in 1971 after Bhutan.