Bangladesh Navy Chief receives guard of honour in Delhi
New Delhi, Dec 09 (ANI): Bangladesh Navy Chief Admiral Aurangzeb Chowdhury received g...
How Adani vessel, 2 others stranded for days on a Bangladesh river
What was supposed to be the new gateway to the north east has encountered ...
Salman, Katrina pose with Sheikh Hasina; 'Bharat' stars perform at Bangladesh Premier League
The 'Bharat' co-stars performed at BPL on Sunday...
Scientists find evidence of Saraswati’s existence
A new research led by the Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, in collaboration with IIT-Bombay, has reported “unequivocal evidence” that there existed a perennial river on the plains of northwestern India which flowed roughly along the course of the modern Ghaggar. Researchers say this ancient course was that of the mythical river Saraswati.
Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: BJP issues whip to its Lok Sabha MPs
The bill seeks to grant Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan escaping religious persecution there. The whip, asking all BJP MPs to be present in the House, has been issued, a source said.
Exim Bank provides USD 500 mn credit to Bangladesh for defence procurement
Export Import Bank of India entered into an agreement on April 11 with Bangladesh's Armed Forces Division for making available to the latter a Government of India-supported line of credit (LoC) of USD 500 million, the RBI said in a notification on Friday. The LoC is for the purpose of financing defence-related procurement in Bangladesh, it said.
CAB ready to be tabled next week; non-Muslim refugees from Pak, Bangladesh, Afghanistan to get citizenship
According to the bill, "... any person belonging to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi or Christian community from Afghanistan, Bangladesh or Pakistan, who entered into India on or before the 31st day of December 2014... shall not be treated as illegal migrants for the purposes of this Act".
NGT says situation of water pollution grim, directs 100% treatment of sewage entering rivers
The NGT warned that if this is not done, the local bodies and concerned departments of the states and Union Territories (UTs) will be liable to pay compensation of Rs 5 lakh a month per drain in the case of river Ganga and Rs 5 lakh for default in commencement of setting up of sewage treatment plant.
Foreigners staying here can’t be sent back as Bangladesh won’t accept them: BJP’s Assam ally
The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) seems to have softened its stance on the Citizenship Amendment Bill, with its president Atul Bora saying it would side with the interest of the people on the issue.
Changes to Passport, Foreigners Acts still pending in top court
The government on September 8, 2015, changed passport and foreigners acts to allow non-Muslim refugees from Bangladesh and Pakistan to stay in India even if they had or hadn’t entered the country with valid papers.
As India brace for a tough challenge from West Indies, here are some important threads to follow
This has been a year of preparation for the two T20 World Cups in next two years. But how much has it gone to plan? Perhaps not much, for an almost full-strength Indian squad has been named to now face a strong West Indies challenge.
Textile exports up 6.3% post-GST
Besides, Bangladesh and Vietnam have the benefit of scale in apparel manufacturing and a large and productive labour force. In a separate reply to a question on decline in export of cotton yarn, she said: “There is no information regarding closure of spinning units due to decline in exports of cotton yarn”.
Want friendly, cordial links between India and Bangladesh to flourish: Sheikh Hasina
Stating that she held a very cordial hourlong meeting with the Bangladesh prime minister, Banerjee said: “It was just a courtesy meeting. We discussed a lot of matters regarding bilateral ties. Hope the relationship between both the countries will further flourish in the days to come,” she said after the hour-long meeting."
Congress to take call on Citizenship (Amendment) Bill after draft presented in Parliament
The Union cabinet on Wednesday approved the draft law that seeks to grant citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, if they have faced religious persecution there.
Bangladesh to hang 7 terrorists for 2016 bakery attack
Seven terrorists will be hanged for the killings of 22 people including Indians in the worst terror attack Bangladesh suffered in a posh area in its capital in 2016. The victims included 17 foreigners. Judge Md Majibur Rahman of the Anti-Terrorism Special Tribunal of Dhaka ordered the deaths of the terrorists by hanging.
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