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Update : 07 Jun 2015, 02:07 AM

Modi pays his respects

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he wants to take Dhaka-New Delhi relationship to a new height with improved connectivity and growing economic cooperation based on mutual trust and confidence.

‘I am confident we can reach a fair solution on Teesta’

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said he was confident that with the support of state governments in India, the two countries could reach a fair solution on Teesta and Feni Rivers.

Indian giants get two major power deals

The government yesterday signed two memorandums of understanding with two Indian private power companies for generating 4,600 megawatt electricity, which is almost half of Bangladesh’s installed capacity.

Hasina thanks India for ratifying LBA

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday thanked the Indian government, people and all political parties for their support that led to the ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA).

BNP won’t complain to Modi about Jan 5 polls

The BNP will not complain to visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about January 5 polls but will try to make him understand the necessity of holding a fresh election, said some party leaders yesterday.

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