- April 20, 2018
The prime minister said the 35 agreements signed between the two countries would play a very positive role in improving the living standard of the people of Bangladesh.
The BNP chief said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina could not protect Bangladesh’s interests in any of the deals signed with India during her state visit.
Unesco has raised concerns over the possible impact of the coal-fired power plant on the Sundarbans
She extended an invitation to Indian counterpart Narendra Modi
Bangladesh and India have signed 22 pacts during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit, which ended on Monday. But the Teesta water sharing deal appears to be out of reach, which means the successes of the visit will be weighed against this impediment
Mamata’s recent proposal to augment water from the Torsa-Dharala is not a new idea at all
PM Hasina will hold a press briefing at Ganabhaban on Tuesday afternoon on her recent state-visit to India
The prime minister went to India on Friday on a four-day state at an invitation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, reports the Business Standard
The premier will leave for Dhaka in the afternoon
The fact is there is no water in Teesta. Due to water scarcity the NTPC power plant has been closed. Not only Bangladesh, even we are too facing irrigation problems
The two premiers also directed officials concerned to conclude discussions on various aspects relating to sharing of waters of common rivers
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, also the president of Awami League, is due to return to Dhaka on Monday evening.
Sheikh Hasina will be meeting Sonia Gandhi and Pranab Mukherjee at Rastrapati Bhaban on Sunday
$4.5bn credit line, defense cooperation among 22 instruments signed
The current government will hold office till December, 2018 and the next general election will be held in early January of 2019
The analysis has also revealed that the viability of projects implemented under the Indian LOCs is being questioned
The proposal to rename the road was approved prior to Sheikh Hasina’s state visit
A quick look at the major points revealed in the press briefing
The neighbours signed 22 deals and memorandums of understanding on Saturday
Modi says Bangladesh’s decision to honour the martyred Indian soldiers has “deeply touched the people of India”