INTERNATIONAL

Bangladesh in adverse possession of Assam land, says India Govt

Bangladesh in adverse possession of Assam land, says India Govt

By- Correspondent | Date- August 31, 2011 Advertisements The recent controversy on the land dispute over planned land swap between India and Bangladesh took a new turn with the M Ramachandran, Minister of State for Home Affairs stating that Bangladesh is in adverse possession of 665 acres of land in Assam. The minister confirmed this […]

Bangladesh government to extradite Anup Chetia soon

Bangladesh government to extradite Anup Chetia soon

Anup Chetia By- Swadesh Roy | Date- August 16, 2011 Bangladesh government will hand over Anup Chetia and other 49 leaders of United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) to India. During the visit of Indian Home Minister P. Chidambaram, Indian authorities gave Bangladesh a list of those fifty extremists. Bangladesh government is working out a legal […]

India-Bangladesh relation – New Berlin Wall is opening

India-Bangladesh relation – New Berlin Wall is opening

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- August 03, 2011 Sonia Gandhi president of Indian National Congress and the chief of National Democratic Aliens of India came to Dhaka to join an autism conference of South Asia on 25 July. It was a non-political visit but at the end, it proves that visit was a highly diplomatic […]

Chidambaram in Bangladesh – Border killings discussed, no update on Anup Chetia handover

Chidambaram in Bangladesh – Border killings discussed, no update on Anup Chetia handover

By- Correspondent | Date- August 1, 2011 Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram who was in Dhaka over the weekend announced that India and Bangladesh were determined to jointly combat the menace of militancy and terrorism and that India was now comfortable with security cooperation with Bangladesh. During the visit, Chidambarm was expected to take up […]

India Pakistan talks on building confidence

By- Correspondent | Date- July 27, 2011 The much awaited and debated talks between India and Pakistan finally started off in New Delhi with both countries talking to build confidence. In relation to the context, India’s foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir discussed several burning issues, including Jammu & Kashmir and […]

Hillary Clinton conveys US annoyance over India Nuclear Deal

By- Correspondent | Date- July 20, 2011 The US secretary of state Hillary Clinton yesterday repeated support for the India-US civil nuclear deal. However she strongly voiced the US annoyance over India’s nuclear liability law which makes it possible to seek compensation from suppliers. Clinton made it clear that it was a compulsion for India […]

Death report of Ilyas Kashmiri raised un-answered Questions

Death report of Ilyas Kashmiri raised un-answered Questions

By– Correspondent | Date– June 05, 2011 | Place– New Delhi Ilyas Kashmiri, Al-Qaida’s most dreaded leader after Osama Bin Laden is claimed to have been killed in a US drone attack in Pakistan’s South Waziristan. This was confirmed through a fax sent by Abu Hanzallah, spokesman of “313 Brigade” of Harkat-ul-Jihad-al- Islami (HuJI). According […]

Bangladesh Govt to file suit against minority persecutions

Bangladesh Govt to file suit against minority persecutions

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- June 02, 2011 | Place- Dhaka, Bangladesh For the first time, Bangladesh government is going to file legal suit against minority persecutions.  The home ministry of Bangladesh is preparing entering into litigation.  In Bangladesh, minority persecutions happened in 2001 October to December 2002.  It happened after a general election.  The […]