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Article 370 is India’s internal issue: Bangladesh

April 22, 2023 9:34 am63 comments
Article 370 is India’s internal issue: Bangladesh

Bangladesh talked about regional peace and stability in South Asia on Wednesday saying stripping of Article 370 from the Constitution is India’s internal matter. Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar visited Bangladesh on Tuesday to have a talk with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other top leaders of the country. […]

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Time to watch upcoming Bangladesh election and how relation with India unfolds

April 21, 2023 9:03 am42 comments
Time to watch upcoming Bangladesh election and how relation with India unfolds

Sheikh Hasina vowed prior to 2008 election if she comes to power in Bangladesh, she would uproot anti-India terror module in her country and try to reduce insurgency in northeastern region of India. Bangladesh is going into polls later this month and amid such political rush situation top ranking intelligence […]

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Bangladesh News Portal Sacks Photographer Over Kiss Photo

April 20, 2023 4:54 pm1 comment
Bangladesh News Portal Sacks Photographer Over Kiss Photo

A pic of kissing couple shared on social media led the Bangladesh photographer to become victim of “unwanted cruelty” in the conservative Muslim-majority country. According to news portal Purboposhchimbd the company‚Äôs photographer Jibon Ahmed may have staged the kiss image and so was “not fit” to work for them. Meanwhile, […]

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Bangladesh-Turkey Ties Deepen Amid Rohingya Crisis

April 19, 2023 3:23 pm78 comments
Bangladesh-Turkey Ties Deepen Amid Rohingya Crisis

Since mid-September the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) has been distributing hot meals to the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and this is somewhat symbolizing lately the closer ties between the two nations. About 25,000 people from the ethnic minority group, taking shelter in makeshift refugee camps in southern Bangladesh […]

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Building World’s Largest Refugee Camp For Rohingya In Bangladesh May Be Dangerous

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Building World’s Largest Refugee Camp For Rohingya In Bangladesh May Be Dangerous

Overcrowding the refugee camp for Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh may spread deadly diseases faster, said a top United Nations official. The country is currently planning to build up world’s biggest refugee camp that can provide shelter to more than 800,000 Rohingya Muslims, who have fled an army crackdown in the […]

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Who Are Rohingyas; Why They Are Stateless

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Who Are Rohingyas; Why They Are Stateless

The Rohingyas are stateless people living in Rakhine State of Myanmar. They were stripped of citizenship in 1982 under the 1982 Burmese citizenship law following unable to prove their forefathers lived in the country before 1823. They practice Sunni Islam and are historically termed as Arakanese Indians. They have restrictions […]

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