PM Modi's visit shows India, Bangladesh are ready for transformative leap in bilateral ties despite some sticky challenges
The trajectory of bilateral ties points towards a happy cohabitation of mutual trust and amalgamation of strategic and economic priorities. It is time to cash in.
Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla's Bangladesh visit represents a friend's assurance to Dhaka on host of bilateral matters
On 2 and 3 March, India's newly-appointed foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla visited Dhaka to prepare the grounds for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's now-cancelled visit to Dhaka on 17 March
Sheikh Hasina's balancing act on NRC, CAA designed to keep three audiences in good humour: Bangladesh, India and China
"We don't understand why [Government of India] did it,' said Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina in an interview published by Gulf News on Saturday, 'It was not necessary.'
Impact of CAA on Bangladesh: Despite Dhaka's efforts, anti-India sentiment on the rise among its citizens
The National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the subsequent enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), despite attracting attention, did not initially give rise to much of a reaction in Bangladesh
India, Bangladesh sign seven pacts during Sheikh Hasina's visit: Coastal surveillance, river water sharing, improving connectivity among key takeaways
India and Bangladesh on Saturday signed seven pacts including one for setting up of joint coastal surveillance systems, improving air, rail and road connectivity and securing the International Border in what has been termed as "productive and comprehensive" talks
In a brief media statement, Narendra Modi said India accords priority to its ties with Bangladesh and increasing cooperation between the two neighbouring countries should be model for the entire world.
Sheikh Hasina was addressing India-Bangladesh Business Forum, which was organised by industry chambers
Sheikh Hasina's visit is opportunity for India to iron out sticking points in bilateral relations with 'fast friend' Bangladesh
Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday arrived in India for a four-day visit with the aim to strengthen bilateral ties between the fast friends amid an undercurrent of unease regarding the Centre's National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise in Assam, which is pointedly aimed at identifying and deporting illegal "infiltrators" from Bangladesh.
India's foreign policy for next 5 years: Expanding bilateral ties with Bangladesh vital for New Delhi's 'Act East' targets
The biggest threat to ties between New Delhi and Dhaka isn't Beijing. Bangladesh has thus far managed an admirable balance between India and China, without giving either country the cold shoulder.
Bangladesh finance minister AK Abdul Momen reaches India today; will seek New Delhi's help to resolve Rohingya crisis
Bangladesh's newly-appointed Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen will travel to New Delhi on Wednesday in his maiden overseas trip during which he will attend the 5th India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meeting and held talks with top leaders.
Daily Bulletin: BJP-Congress slugfest over EVM rigging allegations; Modi to inaugurate Subhash Chandra Bose museum at Red Fort; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Political slugfest over EVM hacking is refusing to die down with the BJP claiming that Congress is conspiring against it; Narendra Modi will inaugurate Subhash Chandra Bose museum at Red Fort today.
Despite thumping electoral win, Sheikh Hasina must guard against complacency and autocratic impulses
Bangladesh's ruling Awami League returned to power for a third consecutive term. Sheikh Hasina is all set to become the Prime Minister of Bangladesh for the fourth time
Sheikh Hasina's dismissal of 'termites' remarks aside, India-Bangladesh ties face acid test ahead of General Elections
Bangladesh's prime minister Sheikh Hasina has played down the "illegal" Bangladeshi issue that has plagued the Indian political scene for years
What we may say is that with the BJP’s failures becoming more cruelly exposed on two fronts — the promises to deliver on development and good governance, the party’s rhetoric is becoming shriller.
Narendra Modi-Sheikh Hasina in Bengal's Shantiniketan: Rohingya, Teesta water to feature in 'informal summit' with PM
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's two-day visit to India, which starts today could throw up some unlikely topics for discussion during her informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi such as the Rohingya crisis, NRC update in Assam, Teesta water dispute and the Bhutan, India, and Nepal (BBIN) transport corridor
Xi Jinping and China's growing ambition requires India to quickly re-examine its neighbourhood policies
The recent past witnessed three disparate events that raised the same question: How well-prepared is India to meet the threat from China, its northern neighbour?
As things stand, after three days in detention, Khaleda Zia can apply for bail and experts say the judge has the discretion to not bar her from contesting the December elections, although such a course appears unlikely
India, Bangladesh to begin talks on Rohingya refugees tomorrow; smuggling of Indian currency and narcotics also on table
The movement of Rohingya refugees, smuggling of fake Indian currency notes and narcotics are among a host of issues that will be discussed at the bi-annual talks between the chiefs of the border guarding forces of India and Bangladesh
Rohingya crisis: Sushma Swaraj calls Sheikh Hasina, says India supports Bangladesh's stance on issue
In a major diplomatic move, India has expressed full support to Bangladesh's stance over Rohingya issue
Cattle smuggled from India is harming the economy of Bangladesh, a senior officer of Border Guards of Bangladesh said.