India-Bangladesh bilateral talks at level of Commerce Secretary held in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Joint Statement issued on occasion of State Visit of Prime Minister of India to Myanmar.
6th India – Myanmar Joint Trade Committee (JTC) Meeting co-chaired by Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman and Dr. Than Myint.
Cabinet approves of MoU between India and Bangladesh on Aids to Navigation (AtoNs) and Border Haats
Based on success of pilot projects launched in 2011 neighbouring countries will operate more of weekly haats.
I come to Bangladesh with a message of friendship and goodwill from the newly elected Government in India.
In a oblique reference to the ongoing stand off in Dhaka, Sujatha Singh calls for dialogue to resolve the impasse
India’s Strong Push for a Footprint in Myanmar’s Economy
First Meeting of India Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission chaired by India’s External Affairs Minister Mr S M Krishna and Bangladesh Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Dipu Moni was held on 7 May in Delhi.
At the invitation of the President of Myanmar, the Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh visited the country from 27th to 29th May. He was accompanied by Shri S.M. Krishna, Minister of External Affairs, senior officials and a large delegation of Indian CEOs.
A meeting of the Nagas from various factions on 29 February underlined the attempts at unity being made by the community. Over fifty thousand Nagas sang `We shall overcome` waving Naga flags at Agri Expo ground in Dimapur on 29 February. NSCN-IM general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah.
Indo Bangladesh relations remained at an all time high in July. The Indian Congress Party leader Sonia Gandhi received, "Bangladesh Freedom Honour" on behalf of former Prime Minister late Ms Indira Gandhi.
India’s Finance Minister Mr Pranab Mukherjee visited Bangladesh to sign a landmark US$ One Billion Line of Credit Agreement between EXIM Bank and Government of Bangladesh and resetting the relationship after some fears of a slow down due to lack of follow up of the positive outcome of the visit of the Bangla Prime Minister to New Delhi in January 2010. India also agreed to export of 3 lakh tones of rice and 2 lakh tones of wheat, in spite of a ban on exports of these essential commodities.

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