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New Delhi, November 17: On the evening of November 15, Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar hailed the India-Bangladesh relationship as a "model" in the Indian subcontinent.
Own correspondent, Dhaka, 19 October 2023: Director General of International Solar Alliance (ISA) said that India is working together to increase the use of solar energy in Bangladesh. Ajay Mathur. Emphasizing on accelerating investment in the field of solar energy production, he said, in this regard, we hope to build institutional capacity together, organize investment and increase the use of solar energy.
New Delhi, October 17: Indo-Islamic Heritage Centre (IIHC) is going to organise an International Conference on “Countering the Religious Extremism” in New Delhi on 20 & 21 Oct 2023.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 26 August 2023: Due to the opening of the Ghazaldobar gate in India, Teesta water is rushing towards Bangladesh from upstream. The rivers and streams of the northern part of the Toitambur country are now flooded with water coming down like incessant rains and mountain torrents. In particular, water has increased in various rivers including Teesta, Ghaghat, Dharla, Brahmaputra and Karatoa.
Dhaka, July 18: India's Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman praised Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's leadership in improving relations between Bangladesh and India and the overall socio-economic development of Bangladesh. At the same time, she expressed the hope of working together by identifying the areas of mutual cooperation in the economy of the two countries.
Gandhinagar, July 18: The two-day meeting of G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors began on Monday in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. Bangladesh delegation led by Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal participated in the conference. Bangladesh Bank Governor Abdur Rauf Talukder is in the delegation.
Dhaka, July 10: Bangladesh has agreed to a long-term agreement to import 40 MW of electricity from Himalayan country Nepal. An official of the Nepal Electricity Department said that the duration of this agreement will be 25 years.
Dhaka, June 8: Chief Minister of the Indian state of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, has sent mangoes for Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Banerjee also sent mangoes for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Dhaka, May 26: A car carrying Pakistan Deputy High Commissioner Qamar Abbas Khokhar and his family members collided head-on with a bus in Brahmanbaria. Although the private car was damaged, he and his family members were unharmed. The accident took place in Rampur area of Vijaynagar upazila on Dhaka-Sylhet highway on Friday, May 26 at around 11:30 am.
Dhaka, May 5: A delegation of 27 members has left Bangladesh to prepare for repatriation to Myanmar and monitor the environment there. It is said that there are 20 Rohingyas including 3 women, a translator and 6 Bangladeshi officials from different departments in this group.
Dhaka, April 17: Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Verma said that the relationship between Bangladesh and India is historic. This relationship has been ongoing since the Great War of Independence. The relationship between these two countries is a relationship of self-sacrifice. Both countries will progress further in various sectors if such unbroken relations are maintained as at present. He said these things at an exchange meeting after visiting the Sonamsjid land port in Shibganj, Chapainawabganj on Monday (April 17) afternoon.
Dhaka, March 4: The border guarding force of India, BSF, took over the responsibility of security when the Maitree Express started plying between Bangladesh and India. The Border Security Force was in charge of the Indian side, but according to reports, they will longer provide service.
New Delhi, March 4: Bangladesh has called on the international community, including the G20 leaders, to help the Rohingyas, who were forcibly displaced in the face of military persecution, to return to their home country Myanmar.
Dhaka, February 14: Bhutan wants to increase the ongoing import-export activities through three land ports including Nakugaon in Sherpur. Bhutanese ambassador Rinchen Kuentsyl said that the work will start after receiving permission to use transit from India.
Dhaka, January 23: New Delhi is considering proposals from Nepal and Bangladesh to sell power to Dhaka using Indian territory and infrastructure. If India agrees to the proposal, it is expected to further enhance sub-regional cooperation. This information was reported in the country's media on Saturday, citing sources from the Electricity Department of India.