THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015


  • Ratified land bill to be sent soon: Indian envoy

    Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka Pankaj Saran says the final ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement will be forwarded to Bangladesh soon after completing some internal procedures.

  • ‘We will have true identity, finally’ (video)

    It is the looming reality of implementation of the enclave swap that has triggered a wave of delight through the stranded Indian lands inside Bangladesh’s Panchagarh.

  • Passage of land bill huge diplomatic success of govt: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina terms the adoption of the much-talked-about constitution amendment bill on Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) with Bangladesh by Indian Rajya Sabha a huge diplomatic success of the present government.

  • 10-hr strike in Assam against LBA inclusion

    Opposition Asom Gana Parishad calls a 10-hour Assam bandh to protest against inclusion of the state in the Land Boundary Agreement between India and Bangladesh.

  • Rajya Sabha passes LBA

    Rajya Sabha passes constitution amendment bill on Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh to settle decades-old boundary disputes with India.

  • India cabinet approves LBA bill

    Indian cabinet today approved a constitution amendment bill to operationalise Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh that includes its north-eastern state of Assam.

  • India asks patience, trust for Teesta deal

    India today asked Dhaka “to have patience and trust” for Teesta water sharing deal in view of the delay.

  • Much-awaited Mamata's visit

    WE wholeheartedly welcome the first ever woman West Bengal Chief Minister, who is arriving in Dhaka today for a three-day visit. Her maiden visit to Bangladesh as the Chief Minister is undoubtedly good news for both the countries, as it revitalises the prospect of settling two long-standing unresolved issues, Teesta water sharing and Land Boundary Agreement (LBA).

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