Bangladesh High Commission | The Daily Star
  • Fake Visas to Rohingyas: Bangladesh mission staffer involved?

    A Bangladesh High Commission official stationed in Canberra has been alleged to be involved in issuing fake tourist visas to a group of Rohingyas living in Australia.

  • Detained children in India

    We are alarmed to learn that more than 200 Bangladeshi children are in public correctional centres in West Bengal, India, some of them staying there for years. One is surprised to learn the reasons or circumstances of these children and adolescents finding themselves in India, but be that as it may, it's undesirable that so many of them should have to spend such a long time alone in a foreign land.

  • Bangladesh mission in London urges action against attackers

    Bangladesh High Commission in London urges the British government to take legal action against the people who were behind the attack on the mission office last week.

  • 2,500 Bangladeshis sent back home

    The Malaysian government in the last four months deported around 2,500 undocumented Bangladeshi workers for not having valid work permits, said sources at the Bangladesh High Commission in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

  • Govt to bring back 20 from India

    The Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi has recently taken steps to bring back 20 Bangladeshis, who have been languishing in different prisons and shelter homes of Indian southern state of Kerala.

  • Fresh hope for 2 lakh expatriates

    More than two lakh undocumented Bangladeshi migrants in Malaysia are set to be regularised, with the legalisation procedure expected to begin next week. The process will go on simultaneously with the recently-agreed recruitment of 1.5 million fresh Bangladeshi workers, said sources in Bangladesh High Commission in Kuala Lumpur.

  • ’71 war hero Jacob laid to rest

    Bangladesh Liberation War hero Lt Gen (retd) JFR Jacob, who died in India yesterday, is buried in New Delhi amidst an outpour of grief and emotions.

  • Pakistan shows no reason yet

    Maushumi Rahman, counsellor (political) at Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad, left Pakistan last night for Lisbon to take up her new assignment in the country's Portugal mission.

  • Tenure of press minister at Bangladesh’s Delhi mission extended

    Contractual appointment of Enamul Hoque Chowdhury as press minister at Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi has been extended by one more year.

  • Rescued trafficked Bangladeshis quizzed, to return home ‘soon’

    The Bangladeshis rescued off the Indonesian coast yesterday are taken in for questioning by Malaysian authorities, local authorities say.

  • 24-hr helpline for Bangladeshis in Maldives

    Bangladesh Embassy in Male has opened a 24-hour Help Line for Bangladesh expatriates in Maldives