Indian PM's visit to Bangladesh | The Daily Star
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    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh has ushered in a new chapter not only in bilateral relations but in a significant way for the sub-region...

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  • Pegging Sub-regionalism with Bilateralism

    The successful conclusion of Prime Minister Modi's visit to Dhaka is important for both its content and symbolism.

  • Modi's action-packed visit ends

    Indian PM Narendra Modi must have left Dhaka a satisfied man achieving demonstrative success in clinching the deals with Bangladesh that India had been striving for.

  • Enthralling Modi, Enthusiastic Bangladesh

    Bangladeshis are always interested about India. Geographical proximity, historical affinity and cultural likeness tie the two countries in many ways.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina welcoming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh

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    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh comes a year after Modi took office.

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    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarks today on his august visit to Bangladesh, 'with a sense of enthusiasm and delight', to borrow his own words.

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    PM Modi has kept his promise and cleared the long-pending LBA. Certainly there is need for progress on issues of water-sharing, especially on the Teesta river.

  • 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.

  • The importance of seizing the moment

    Let us seize it. Let us demonstrate, to ourselves and the rest of the region, that there is nothing to fear but fear itself, and nothing succeeds like success!

  • 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.

  • 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.

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