• Take steps against India’s river linking project: BNP

    BNP expresses concerns over India's fresh move to implement the controversial river linking project and urges the government to take strong initiatives against it.

  • India has achieved its strategic aim – have we?

    A very wise man had said, “To say nothing, especially when speaking, is half the art of diplomacy.”

  • Modi, hopefully, is no Manmohan

    This time, too, there is nothing on Teesta, yet we have agreed on all forms of transit in the name of connectivity.

  • Optimising water transit

    It is important to recognise that allowing 'coastal shipping' up to Ashuganj or even up to Pangaon, essentially seeking engagement in transit peration, would violate the existing protocol, approved by Bangabandhu, unless those vessels are owned by Bangladeshis.

  • Agreements signed between Bangladesh and India

    Bangladesh and India sign, exchange, adopt and hand over a total of 22 agreements on bilateral issues during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Dhaka visit.

  • People on Teesta bank frustrated (video)

    People of five upazilas in Lalmonirhat district living on the banks of Teesta river feel frustrated since Teesta deal will not take place during Indian Prime Minister PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh.

  • Has Mamata lived up to our expectations?

    By all indications from Delhi and Kolkata, it is now clear that there will be no deal on Teesta during Prime Minister Modi's visit to Dhaka.

  • Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed

    “There is still hope for a Teesta deal during this visit"

    Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed, Professor of International Relations at Dhaka University, talks to Nahela Nowshin of The Daily Star about contending issues between Bangladesh and India on the occasion of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh.

  • Teesta water sharing: Experts for UN intervention

    Bangladesh government should appeal to UN to solve Teesta river water sharing issue since there has been no progress in signing the deal bilaterally, water and environmental experts say.

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