By Shweta Aggarwal Building on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s historic visit to Bangladesh nearly a fortnight ago, eminent diplomats, experts and politicians have pitched for forging a robust youth friendship …Read More
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Bangladesh has opened new vistas of cooperation between the two South Asian neighbours and set the stage for steering this mutually empowering partnership …Read More
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first foreign visit during the pandemic to Bangladesh on March 26-27 has elevated India-Bangladesh ties to a higher trajectory and cemented New Delhi’s status as an …Read More
DHAKA: From commerce, connectivity and cultural alchemy to frontier areas such as start-ups, artificial intelligence and nuclear power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s historic visit to Bangladesh for “triple celebrations” has …Read More
The ongoing acceleration and transformation in India-Bangladesh relations, an emerging model for the region, will be showcased and celebrated during the two days Prime Minister Narendra Modi will spend in …Read More
It’s a bridge of friendship that has the potential to herald a new era of shared future not just for India and Bangladesh, but for South Asia as well. Ahead …Read More
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh later this month, India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla assured Bangladesh leader Sheikh Hasina that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) …Read More
In a historic step that brought to a closure the decades-old territorial dispute, India and Bangladesh signed a path-breaking agreement June 6 that formalized the 40-year-old Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh, enabling the two countries to exchange land enclaves in each other’s territory.
The historic agreement was signed by the foreign secretaries of India and Bangladesh in the presence of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina Wajed.
Marking a transformational moment in relations between the two neighbours, the Indian parliament had unanimously approved a Constitution Amendment Bill to give full effect to the Land Boundary Agreement of 1974 with Bangladesh and the related 2011 Protocol.Read More