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NRC won't have implications on Bangladesh, process 'entirely internal' to India, says Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla
'Updation of NRC is a process that is entirely internal to India', said Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla
Arrested and killed over Bangladesh's war on drugs: Crackdown reflects Sheikh Hasina's growing authoritarian rule, say critics
Bangladesh police arrested Riazul Islam as he was walking home from his in-laws’ house. At 3:15 am, he was shot dead in a sandy field beside a set of railroad tracks north of Dhaka.
Dhaka comes to standstill as students hold massive protests over poor road safety; Sheikh Hasina promises reforms in phases
On 29 July, a bus ploughed through a crowd of people in Dhaka, killing two college students. Massive protests have now brought the city to a virtual standstill.
Twelve more alleged drug dealers were killed in overnight raids carried out by the Bangladesh's law enforcement agencies, police said.
India has mobilised around 60,000 police and paramilitary troops in a sensitive border state ahead of the publication of a list of citizens it says will be used to deport illegal immigrants
Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday said her government has begun to work on taking back those who crossed over to Bangladesh from Rakhine state.
A year after the attack on Dhaka's Holey Artisan Bakery, the impact of the deadly siege that killed 22 is still being felt.
Bangladesh on Wednesday night executed banned Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami chief Mufti Abdul Hannan and his two associates for the 2004 Dhaka grenade attack on a shrine that killed three people and wounded the British high commissioner at the time.
Bangladesh tonight executed banned Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami chief Mufti Abdul Hannan and his two associates for a 2004 attack on a shrine that killed three people and wounded the British high commissioner at the time.
Before Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury orchestrated Bangladesh's worst militant attack, he sought and won approval for it from the Islamic State.
The fourth Home Minister level talks between India and Bangladesh will be held on Thursday.
Zakir Naik, who is facing heat over his terror ridden speech, claimed that no Bangladesh government official had said that he inspired the act of terrorism.
Bangladesh government said it was investigating the Islamist links Zakir Naik and examining the possibilities of banning his "provocative" speeches.
Bangladesh on Wednesday intensified security across the country amid reports of clashes between activists of Jamaat-e-Islami and police at some places following the execution of the party chief Motiur Rahman Nizami.
The cyber heist has embarrassed Bangladesh and raised alarm over the security of the country's foreign exchange reserves of over $27 billion.