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Dhaka, November 26: Civil Society, socio-cultural groups, student bodies, anti-terror forums and citizens from all walks of life came together in Bangladesh to observe the thirteenth anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks on Friday.
Dhaka, November 12: Two Bangladeshis were shot dead by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) at the Kaliganj border in Lalmonirhat. The incident took place at around 5:00 am on Friday (November 12) in the Burirhat border area of Goral Union in the upazila. The bodies of the two victims are lying inside India.
Dhaka, November 9: Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram Kumar Doraiswami has said that tourist visa to India will be introduced from November 15. Visas will be issued for 120 days and tourists can stay in India for 30 days.
Dhaka, November 5: South Asian countries at risk of severe climate. In particular, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives and Pakistan are seeing the long-term effects of the slowdown caused by climate change. These include rising sea levels, declining crop yields, damage to ecosystems and biodiversity, and droughts.
Dhaka, October 29: A delegation of the Indian Army and a military band will take part in the celebration of the golden jubilee of victory in Bangladesh on December 16. The decision was taken at a meeting between Bangladesh Chief Admiral M Shaheen Iqbal and Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh in the South Block of the Defense Ministry headquarters in Raisina Hills, Delhi on Monday.
Dhaka, October 29: On the last day of his three-day visit to West Bengal, Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud visited the state assembly on Thursday (October 26th). He was received there by Biman Banerjee, Speaker of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. At that time the officials of Bangladesh High Commission were with him.
Dhaka, October 26: Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has expressed grief over the loss of lives in floods and landslides in the Indian state of Kerala. In a condolence message sent to Indian Foreign Minister Dr S Jaishankar, he wished peace to the souls of the dead and speedy recovery of the injured. Dr. Momen prayed that the family members who lost relatives in this incident will have the strength to endure the suffering.
Dhaka, October 25: Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Sringla said India-Bangladesh relations today are deeper than any other strategic partner and a "role model" for the two neighboring countries.
Dhaka, October 25: The 22-day ban on catching hilsa will end at midnight on Monday (October 25). Fishermen will start catching hilsa again from 12:01 am on October 26.
Dhaka, October 12: Oxygen brought by rail was delivered through Benapole port to reduce transportation cost. On Monday night (October 11), 200 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen brought from India by Oxygen Express through Benapole land port was unloaded there. Earlier, these liquid oxygen would be unloaded at Sirajganj on the west bank of Bangabandhu Bridge. From there it would go to Dhaka in different tanks.
Dhaka, September 30: Bangladesh has surged ahed of neighbours India and Pakistan in Bloomberg's Covid Resilience Ranking. The company has defined it as 'a monthly snapshot of where the virus is being handled the most effectively with the least social and economic upheaval'.
Dhaka, September 25: The light pressure created in the Bay of Bengal has accumulated energy in a short time and turned into a deep depression. It could even turn into a cyclone by Saturday. Turning into a cyclone, it could cross the coasts of northern Andhra Pradesh and southern Orissa in India. According to meteorologists, it is not likely to have much impact in Bangladesh.
Dhaka, September 25: Bangladesh Police has sent another letter to the National Central Bureau (NCB) in Delhi to repatriate Sohail Rana, a patron of e-commerce company E-orange and a sacked Banani police inspector (investigation) who fled the country on charges of embezzling customer money.
Dhaka, September 21: One crore coronavirus vaccines are coming to Bangladesh every month from different countries, and it will also come from India in October. State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury said this while laying the foundation stone of Sri Sri Radhakrishna Mandir (Gouranga Ashram) at Biral Mangalpur in Dinajpur on Tuesday (September 21).
Dgaka, September 21: The government wants to celebrate Victory Day on December 16 in a grand and colorful manner. Various plans have been made. This time there will be a colorful parade of the combined forces in the National Parade Square. India, Russia, Mexico and Bhutan will join the victory celebration.