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Diplomacy

Imports fail to cool down onion prices

Onion prices continue to remain high in Dhaka kitchen markets, despite imports coming into the country from neighbouring India

An Indian truck with onion enters Bangladesh through Hili land port, Dinajpur

Book on history of RAW suspects CIA role in Bangabandhu’s murder

Yadav also wrote that after the coup and Sheikh Mujibur’s murder, Pakistan, China and the US had started exerting influence on Bangladesh and anti-India regime headed by Khandkar Mushtaq Ahmad, who ...

Bangabandhu delivering his historic speech on 7 March 1971

Onion price decreases as Indian trucks start entering Bangladesh

The price of onions in wholesale and local markets is on the decline as Indian trucks carrying onions have started entering Bangladesh through different land ports

Onion price decreases as Indian trucks start entering Bangladesh

'Indian foreign ministry ‘repentant’ for not informing us about onion export ban earlier'

I heard that the Indian Ministry of External Affairs is very repentant. Because they didn’t know about the sudden ban, Bangladesh foreign minister AK Abdul Momen on Thursday said

Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen shaking hands with his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar as Dhaka-Delhi bilateral talks begin at state guesthouse Jamuna in Dhaka on 20 Aug, 2019

Commerce minister urges people not to panic about onion

Commerce minister Tipu Munshi informed that the monthly demand of onion is around 200,000 tonnes and the current stock of onion in the country is around 600,000 tonnes

Commerce minister Tipu Munshi speaks at a press conference on the stock, supply and price situation of essential commodities, including onion, at the ministry conference room on 16 September 2020

Market won’t face any crisis of onion: Commerce secretary

Commerce secretary said India has been requested to withdraw the ban on onion exports while initiatives have been taken to import onion from alterative markets

Onion price to remain logical, hopes commerce secretary

Turkey assures Bangladesh of more investment, helping Rohingya repatriation crisis

Turkey also assured to extend all support to Bangladesh for ensuring safe and secured repatriation of forcibly displaced Rohingyas to Myanmar

Foreign minister Abdul Momen (L) holds a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on Monday

Flip sides of Bangladesh-India friendship

There is much progress in bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India, but also a long list of failures and misunderstandings

Flip sides of Bangladesh-India friendship

Bangladesh-India relations

Teesta water-sharing agreement must be signed as soon as possible

Veena Sikri, former Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh, shares her perspectives of Bangladesh-India relations

Veena Sikri was Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh from December 2003 to November 2006

North Korea issues shoot-to-kill orders to prevent virus: US

The isolated country is also grappling with the aftermath of Typhoon Maysak, with its state media reporting more than 2,000 houses have been destroyed or inundated

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observes the firing of suspected missiles in this image released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on 22 March.
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