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Why Myanmar military can’t be able to survive in the long run?

The Military of Myanmar announced on February 1, 2021 that it had taken control of the country after arresting Prime Minister Aung San Suu Kyi and other political leaders. A state of emergency was then imposed in the capital Naypyidaw and a curfew in the capital Yangon for the next year. After this, thousands of […]

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It would be extremely foolish for Myanmar to think ‘military capability of Bangladesh weak’

Bangladesh doesn’t lack defence capabilities, but it wants no war, says home minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal amid cross-border shelling. He also said Bangladesh does not want war with Myanmar or any other country, but its military is always ready to respond to provocation. The home minister held a high-level meeting with the chiefs of the […]

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How does Hasina’s ‘Hilsa Diplomacy’ strengthen India-Bangladesh eternal ties?

Good news for Bengal food lovers. A huge consignment of their favourite silvery delight hilsa fish, highly coveted by Bengalis, arrived in Kolkata’s adjoining Howrah wholesale fish market on Tuesday from neighbouring Bangladesh. A piece of hilsa is enough for a Bengali leaf. The taste of hilsa in Bangladesh is different as a result, its […]

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Five years of the Myanmar-Bangladesh Rohingya crisis: Where is the solution?

Myanmar’s violent ethnic cleansing program, which forcibly forced roughly a million Rohingya Muslims into Bangladeshi refugee camps, is going to mark its fifth anniversary upcoming August month. Myanmar’s persecution of Rohingya Muslims is not new, with major waves of emigration recorded in 1978, 1992, and most recently in 2017.  Some 30,000 Rohingya children are being […]

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What You Need To Know About Relations Between Ukraine And Russia Today

Ukraine and Russia are both accusing each other of putting Europe’s largest nuclear power plant at risk. Russia has occupied the same land that is expected to be the next front line in the war. Diplomatic Solutions To Ukraine and Russia Russia’s foreign ministry has warned that diplomatic ties between it and the US could […]

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Why does Pakistani media ‘Express Tribune’ highlight Bangladesh leadership?

Learn from Sheikh Hasina: Pakistan’s newspaper The Express Tribune published an article praising Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership for Bangladesh economic development. The article published on Tuesday titled ‘Takeaway from Bangladesh Leadership’ was authored by Sahebzada Riaz Noor. Sahebzada Riaz Noor, a postgraduate from Cambridge, was the Chief Secretary of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of […]

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Sadhguru, India’s biggest social advertiser spends 1.35 Lakhs per day on Facebook and Instagram

Spiritual leader Jagadish Vasudev, more popularly known as Sadhguru, and his non-profit organization, Isha Outreach, has spent approximately Rs. 1.35 Lakhs per day on Facebook and Instagram ads between April 27 and July 25. Sadhguru and Isha Outreach are the largest advertisers on Meta out of India. They spent 1.20 crores for Facebook and Instagram […]

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How does Bangladesh set a shining example of communal peace and harmony in South Asia?

Bangladesh is made up of 160 million people who are multi-religious, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual. The Constitution of Bangladesh guarantees all citizens the freedom to freely and peacefully practice their chosen religions. Religious minorities make up roughly 12% of Bangladesh’s present population, according to conservative estimates. Hindus account for 10% of the population, Buddhists for 1%, […]

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Indian Army Chief’s Bangladesh trip: Revisiting Indo-Bangladesh strategic ties

Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande recently visited Dhaka on a three-day visit at the invitation of his Bangladesh counterpart General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed, to further strengthen the defense and bilateral ties between the two nations. This is the first foreign trip of General Pande since taking charge of the office. “Continuing with the excellent […]

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Strategic significance of Indian Army Chief’s Bangladesh visit

The Indian Army chief, General Manoj Pande completed his Bangladesh visit recently (from July 18 to July 20) as part of the “outstanding” bilateral defense relations between Bangladesh and India. General Manoj Pande was on his first trip abroad since taking over the post. First day of his visit, the army chief laid a wreath […]

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