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From supporting pro India parties and leaders to win elections, quickly adjusting to realities of choices made by local people, a new political paradigm is being accepted by New Delhi
Face Book Used to Trigger Communal Violence by Miscreants in Bangladesh exploiting volatile political, communal atmosphere in sensitive areas
India Bangladesh relations seen steady upward trajectory, extremely positive approach of Awami League led by PM Sheikh Hasina.
China to help Bangladesh construct first submarine base, future base to house two Chinese-made submarines purchased by Dhaka from Beijing.
Bangladesh is taking tough measures to contain an increase in violence in Rohingya refugee camps after the crisis over the mass exodus of the persecuted group from Myanmar entered its third year.
Tensions Rise in Bangladesh as Rohingya refugees rallied in southeastern Bangladesh to mark second anniversary of violence in Myanmar
Authorities in Bangladesh are not taking lightly a “so-called Islamic State video” that threatens attacks on foreigners, politicians and religious minorities in the country
China’s footprint in Bangladesh’s economy expanded, Beijing now the South Asian nation's biggest foreign investor.
Launch of the Bangladesh China Silk Road Forum within a month after the 2nd BRF Summit indicates attempts by China to rapidly progress deliverables of the Summit.
“Risk of terrorism is there. But, yes, I can assure you that we are aware. Our intelligence agencies have been working splendidly,” Hasina said
Political and clerical leaders across South and Southeast Asia deplored the terrorist bombings that targeted churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, killing nearly 300 people
Dominance of the Awami League would be the outcome of the fruits of long labour for Sheikh Hasina, who has stayed on course to lead development and the Bangla brand of politics.
Officials from the Chinese Communist Party and Bangladesh’s Awami League exchange copies of a memorandum of understanding on boosting cooperation
The Daily Star Bangladesh quoting the Election Commission of Bangladesh indicated that the Bangladesh voters are not showing interest in the ongoing upazila elections with low voter turnout
Opposition parties claim most of those targeted were their leaders, workers and supporters, and that the government used the law enforcement agency to crack down on its political rivals.
The European Union (EU) was initially critical of the Bangladesh elections seeing it as not being free and fair thus there were some concerns of the future trajectory of the relations
The overwhelming success of the Awami League has become a problem of plenty as it has led to allegations of rigging of the polls and hugely sulking opposition
Bangladesh recent general election, opposition coalition, pro-democracy activists expressed disappointment with alleged episodes of vote manipulation unreported in local media.
Parliamentary majority – ironically a thin one (in Pakistan) as well as an overwhelming one (in Bangladesh), constitutional infirmities, dissonance among parties etc spell flux
U.N. human rights office called on Bangladeshi authorities to clamp down on party sympathizers behind deadly attacks against political opponents protesting results of recent parliamentary elections.
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