It’s a good time to be alive while history is being written. As we bid adieu to 2015 we realise the year was a roller coaster ride! It was a year of aggression and violence that carved the world for many new beginnings. Let us take a stroll and reminisce the achievements of the past year in various arenas that molded the nation to take on 2016.
A hundred voices tuned in to sing Amar Sonar Bangla to mark the first ever Victory Day in the recently dissolved enclaves in the northern district of Lalmonirhat.
Terming former enclave dwellers as the sons, citizens and, near and dear ones of Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assures them that her government would do whatever necessary for their overall welfare.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina in New York and discussed the status of bilateral relations and ways to take these forward.
As an enclave resident, 20-year-old Aasma had no choice but to fake her identity as a student.Aasma lived in an Indian enclave within Bangladesh. So she faked her identity as a Bangladeshi; studied hard and appeared in the recent HSC exam, and she scored an “A”.
Bangladesh and India will implement the Land Boundary Agreement of 1974 and Protocol of 2011, in a phased manner over the next 11 months.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has left Dhaka this morning on a six-day visit to the United Kingdom.
The Indian media view Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh as “productive” and “successful”.
Officials of Bangladesh and India exchanged instruments of ratification of land boundary agreement as Indian PM Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina witness the event at the latter's office in Dhaka.