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14 Indian fishermen held for intrusion

14 Indian fishermen held for intrusion

Bangladesh Navy detained 14 Indian fishermen for intruding into the naval territory of Bangladesh. They were sued under a special act and imprisoned. The fishermen fishing near the fairway buoy in the Bay of Bengal on Wednesday, said Manjur Elahi, sub-inspector of Mongla Police Station, quoting the navy. “A fishing trawler ‘FB Dayamoi’ used by...

43 Bangladeshis held while entering India illegally

43 Bangladeshis held while entering India illegally

The Bangladesh border guards today rescued 43 locals including fifteen women and eight children from Satkhira and Jessore at three bordering points of the districts while they were being trafficked into India today. They were all lured by traffickers in search for jobs, our Satkhira and Benapole correspondents report quoting Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB)...

India hasn't ordered sealing borders, Dhaka says

India hasn't ordered sealing borders, Dhaka says

India has issued no instruction to seal its borders with Bangladesh in the wake of the October 2 grenade explosion at a house in Burdwan district of West Bengal, foreign ministry here said today. The concerned Indian authorities have clarified it in response to a verification made by the Bangladesh government following the recent...

India seals borders with Bangladesh after blast

India seals borders with Bangladesh after blast

India today sounded a high alert across the West Bengal and sealed its borders with Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan in the wake of the October 2 grenade explosion at a house in Burdwan district in which a terrorist hand is suspected. "All police stations in the state have been asked to maintain a strict...

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Border more complicated after Xi's visit

MY hunch is that Gujarat's map of India showing Arunachal Pradesh with dotted lines, suggesting a disputed territory, was at the instance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Gujarat is his backyard and he can have anything done there. Even the contradiction was half-hearted and left to further “investigation.” What Modi probably tried to convey to the visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping was that he was willing to keep Arunachal Pradesh as a disputed territory provided there was an indication by...

China leader Xi begins India visit

China leader Xi begins India visit

China's President Xi Jinping has begun his first official visit to India, with a focus on improving trade ties and resolving the decades-old dispute over border areas. China is one of India's top trading partners and the Asian neighbours are the world's most populous countries. .@PMOIndia shared the rich Buddhist heritage of Gujarat with Prez...

2 Bangladeshis beaten by BSF

2 Bangladeshis beaten by BSF

Two Bangladeshis sustained serious injuries as Indian Border Security Force (BSF) beat them up near Boikari frontier at Sadar upazila of Satkhira early today. The injured are Moyna, a resident of Gobindakati village of the Sadar upazila and Mukul, a resident of Howalkhali village of Kolaroa upazila, report our Satkhira correspondent. Following directives of a...

BSF kills 1 on Joypurhat border

BSF kills 1 on Joypurhat border

A Bangladeshi cattle trader was shot dead by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Nondail border in Panchbibi upazila of Joypurhat early today.

Myanmar returns arms, ammo of slain BGB man

Myanmar returns arms, ammo of slain BGB man

Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP) today returned the arms and ammunition which they took away from slain Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) nayek Mizanur Rahman. A sub-machine gun (SMG), four magazines and 120 bulletswere handed over to a BGB delegation at a sector commander-level flag meeting at Maungdaw in Myanmar, said BGB Cox's Bazar Sector...

Unwarranted tension on eastern border

THE last thing that we would want to have is an unsettled border in our eastern wing, although the current tension at the Bangladesh-Myanmar border has eased somewhat after the return of the body of the BGB soldier killed by the Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP). It is difficult to rationalise the action of the BGP, renamed from NASAKA, as to why it resorted to firing when there was no provocation from the BGB side at all. That a BGB...

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