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Bangladesh PM Hasina denounces Amarnath terror attack

Bangladesh PM Hasina denounces Amarnath terror attack

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today denounced the “dastardly” terror attack that killed seven Amarnath pilgrims in Kashmir and reaffirmed Bangladesh’s pledge to work with India in fighting extremism. Seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed and 19 others were injured in a terrorist attack in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district last night. The bus, bearing Gujarat registration number,

Several killed in Bangladesh garment factory explosion

Several killed in Bangladesh garment factory explosion

Several killed in Bangladesh garment factory explosion. A garment factory in Dhaka was set on fire. Boiler exploded in Bangladeshi garment factory. The blast killed nine people on the spot and several others were injured. According to sources injured were rushed to the hospital, where one more died during treatment. The fire brigade officials said

India and Bangladesh Jawans exchange Eid greetings and Sweets

India and Bangladesh Jawans exchange Eid greetings and Sweets

Our country is filled with many religions, and the whole year is celebrated for various religious festivals all over the country, which all Indians celebrate together.There is happiness and sorrow in every human life, in which it is human nature to share in it. Shared happiness, which includes others, such celebrations are symbols of mutual

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16 people killed in truck accident in Bangladesh

At least 16 people, mostly factory workers and labourers, were killed on Saturday when a cement-laden truck they were travelling on while returning home for Eid overturned and fell into a ditch after the driver lost control near the northwestern Bangladeshi city of Rangpur. “They were travelling on a cement-laden truck, 11 of them died

Buses to Pakistan and bangladesh exempted from IGST

Buses to Pakistan and bangladesh exempted from IGST

Buses to Pakistan and bangladesh exempted from IGST. Integrated Goods and Service Tax (IGST) will not be imposed on the fuel used by them of buses running from Dhaka to Lahore and Kolkata to Dhaka.The decision has been taken by the Centre and the States that passenger bus from New Delhi to Lahore and between

42 dead due to landslide in bangladesh

42 dead due to landslide in bangladesh

Dhaka: Atleast 42 person has died due to Landslide in Bangladesh and the rescue operation continues still. Earlier the number of dead persons was 26 but now death toll rises to 42.Heavy rainfall continues from past several days in Bangladesh due to which the landslide occurred. Different areas of country affected with heavy rainfall in

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Results: Complete results, fixtures from Champions Trophy

The eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy is slated to begin from June 1. Team India will be vying to defend the title which they won under the captaincy of MS Dhoni in 2013, while, hosts England will hope to lift their maiden trophy in their own backyard.The tournament begins with England taking on

Champions Trophy: England defeated Bangladesh in first match

Champions Trophy: England defeated Bangladesh in first match

The first match of the Champions Trophy was played between England and Bangladesh. In which England had decided to first bowling after winning the toss.In addition, Bangladesh had earlier given the target of 305 runs to England. In which batting first, Tamim Iqbal played a massive 128 in which he hit 12 boundaries and three

US settled Punjabi lefts Bangladeshi wife after four years marriage

US settled Punjabi lefts Bangladeshi wife after four years marriage. A Bangladeshi woman, who was settled in New York in the US on Thursday alleged that her NRI husband deserted her after four years of their marriage. The woman said that her husband became ‘Green Card’ holder through her efforts in the US. Sonia Singh,

IIEST gets Rs 11 crore grant for homeopathy research

The Centre has granted Rs 11 crore to the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), Shibpur for conducting medical research on homeopathy under the ‘Ayush’ project. “With this money, we can buy instruments for our laboratory which is named after famous homeopath Dr. Bhola Chakraborty,” said IIEST Director Prof Ajoy Kumar Roy.“The laboratory will

Five of a family die in police raid on extremist hideout in Bangladesh

A family of five and a fire officer died and two young children were rescued when police raided a suspected Islamist hideout in Bangladesh early Thursday, a senior officer said. Police shot dead all five family members after they emerged from the suspected hideout in south-west Bangladesh. One of the five stabbed the fire officer,

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Hero MotoCorp’s standalone Q4 net profit down 14%

Two-wheeler major Hero MotoCorp on Wednesday reported a decline of 13.86 per cent in its standalone net profit for the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2016-17. According to the company, its net profit during the quarter under review decreased to Rs 717.75 crore from Rs 833.29 crore in the corresponding period of 2015-16. The total income

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2 suspected militants killed in ‘suicide blasts’ in B’desh

Two suspected militants today blew themselves up in “suicide blasts” when security forces raided their hideout in western Bangladesh, officials said.“It is a Neo-JMB den where two militants were killed in the encounter.Operation  is still underway,” a senior police officer told reporters. One of the militants detonated his suicide vest when police entered the single-story

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PRICELESS GIFT FOR SOUTH ASIA

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday described the launch of South Asian Satellite by India as a ‘historic moment’ and said it opens up new horizons of engagement among the countries of the region. Hailing the scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for ensuring the successful launch,

India, Bangladesh to step up anti-terror cooperation

New Delhi: India and Bangladesh today resolved to step up anti-terror cooperation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi terming spread of radicalism as a “grave threat”, not only to the two countries but to the entire region. After talks with his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina, Modi also announced a USD 500 million Line of Credit to

Bangladesh PM accorded ceremonial welcome

New Delhi: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was on Saturday accorded a ceremonial welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here. Prime Minister Narendra Modi received Hasina. She was then accorded the ceremonial guard of honour. In a special gesture on Friday, Modi personally received his Bangladeshi couterpart at the airport. Hasina is on a four-day official

Mamata condemns terror attack in Bangladesh

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today strongly condemned the terror attack in Bangladesh and expressed solidarity with brothers and sisters in the neighbouring country. “Strongly condemn the suicide attack in Sylhet,” she said in a tweet. “My solidarity with brothers and sisters in Bangladesh,” the West Bengal Chief Minister said. Six persons were

New Zealand thrash Bangladesh, clinch ODI series 3-0

New Zealand thrash Bangladesh by 8 wkts, clinch ODI series 3-0

Nelson:  New Zealand outplayed Bangladesh by eight wickets to make a clean sweep of the three-match One-Day International (ODI) cricket series at the Saxton Oval here on Saturday. A century stand between openers Tamim Iqbal (55) and Imrul Kayes (44) could not save Bangladesh as yet another dramatic collapse saw Bangladesh being restricted to 236

Bangladesh crash 67-run defeat lose ODI series New Zealand

Bangladesh crash to 67-run defeat to lose ODI series to New Zealand

Nelson (New Zealand): Bangladesh lost the second One-Day International (ODI) and the three-match cricket series 0-2 to New Zealand by 67 runs as New Zealand middle order batsman Neil Broom stood out for his defiant maiden century here on Thursday. Electing to field first, Bangladesh bowlers had New Zealand on the ropes but Broom rescued

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur thinks consistency key to Test progress

Chittagong (Bangladesh): Still a long way from being a force to reckon with in Test cricket, Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim feels consistency is the key for them to make progress in the toughest format. Bangladesh will play their first Test in more than 14 and a half months – their longest break from the five-day