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  • India to probe border killings: Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen

    India has assured Bangladesh that it will carry out an investigation into why border killings were taking place despite the Indian government’s decision to bring those down to zero, Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen said.

  • Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal

    NRC, CAA are India’s internal affairs: Home Minister

    Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday told parliament that Bangladesh is intensely observing Indian’s internal situation regarding the country’s controversial National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

  • Bangladeshi youth killed by BSF

    Assam border gets smart fences

    Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh yesterday inaugurated an advanced electronic surveillance “smart fencing” system along a geographically-tough 61-km stretch of Assam's border with Bangladesh to tackle cross-border crimes and provide respite to BSF personnel from round-the-clock patrolling.

  • Border without boundaries

    A grove of tall coconut trees stands against the sun, blocking its rays. While the grove is in India, the shade falls on Bangladesh.

  • BSF, Indian Border Security Force, Bangladeshi,

    Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF in Jhenidah

    A cattle trader is allegedly shot dead by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Baghadanga border in Moheshpur upazila of Jhenidah district early today.

  • BSF hands over 19 Bangladeshis to BGB

    Nineteen Bangladeshi nationals who were detained in India for trespassing are handed over to local authority via Benapole border.

  • Thousands celebrate historic India-Bangladesh border pact

    Thousands living near the Bangladesh-India border have an historic agreement allowing them to choose their nationality after decades of stateless limbo.

  • Talk with Khaleda before Modi’s visit: BNP

    BNP calls Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to discuss Bangladesh-India bilateral issues with Khaleda Zia and experts before Indian Premier Narendra Modi’s Dhaka visit.

  • Neither a big nor an elder brother be!

    Bangladesh would like to see India as neither a big nor an elder brother but a gracious neighbour that delivers on its commitment.

  • BSF kills 1 along Lalmonirhat frontier

    Indian Border Security Force kills a Bangladeshi cattle trader and shoots another in Patgram upazila of Lalmonirhat.

  • LBA infograph

    Redressing an aberration

    At long last the last impediment to the implementation of the Land Boundary Agreement and the related Protocols has been removed.

  • Land Boundary Agreement and Bangladesh-India relations

    The people living in the enclaves had no clear identity so far. They enjoyed none of the basic amenities and facilities such as schools, hospitals, etc.

  • At long last

    THE unanimous passage of the Land Boundary Agreement Bill in both the Houses of the Indian Parliament is a historic development.

  • The signing of land boundary agreement: 'Neighbour first' back on track

    THE NDA government's 'neighbour first' policy received further boost in the recent past. From taking a lead in operationalising the rescue plan in Nepal to the passage of the long pending landmark Land Boundary Agreement (LBA), the signature determination of the government's intention to boost India's neighbourhood policy is apparent.

  • India-Bangladesh LBA: The Cake with a Bite

    SOON the Government of India would table the 119th Constitutional Amendment Bill to bring the revised India Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) into force.

  • Land Swap Stat

    A truncated deal is unacceptable

    Dropping Assam from the Land Boundary Bill is a regressive decision by India