Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen has reiterated the importance of signing Teesta water sharing agreement with India, saying it is "unfortunate" and "a shame" that the deal remains stuck for 11 years
In his book, ‘Price of the Modi Years,’ journalist, writer and former executive director of Amnesty International India, Aakar Patel elaborates on how the Indian economy, society, culture, values, ...
It is important to keep in mind about the people and the environment along the river when it comes to adopting any master plan for the river, said Tuhin Wadud
Upper riparian versus lower riparian country narrative does not hold water in such a dynamic water sharing paradigm, said Jayanta Basu
Leaders of the International Farakka Committee have extended their support to the government’s initiative to implement the Teesta Master Plan with China’s support, saying it is a proper and timely ...
Bangladesh and India on Saturday termed the visit of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi to Dhaka as the symbol of half-a-century partnership between the two neighbours that has strengthened, matured ...
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said ground-level cooperation is needed to check all those incidents happening along the India-Bangladesh border.
Shringla reiterated the excellent defence cooperation and defence relationship between India and Bangladesh adding that “as we go along, we will continue to add depth into that relation”
India will take some decisions, including implementation of Teesta water-sharing treaty, after elections in its West Bengal and Assam states
Bangladesh has emphasised signing of interim water sharing agreement of the Teesta River as agreed by Bangladesh and India in 2011.
India feels that proper connectivity can change the geo-economics of the region and proposes to include Japan in the process
There has been no meeting of the Joint River Commission (JRC) since its last ministerial meeting of the commission in 2010. Bangladesh will stress the need to hold the JRC meet as soon as possible
The proposed water management project is not being presented in the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council’s (ECNEC) meeting for approval due to India’s objection
India is committed to taking forward the strong relations with Bangladesh in the next 50 years and beyond focusing on mutual benefits and expanding it to all the sectors