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Why does Bangladesh need Saudi Arabia’s investment in the power and energy sector urgently?

With the aim of increasing bilateral trade and mutual economic cooperation, special attention must be paid to the ‘Middle East’. Bangladesh seeks cooperation in at least 12 sectors from the top ten countries of the Arab world or the Middle East to overcome the ongoing power and energy crisis, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war […]

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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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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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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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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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Bangladesh approach ‘not to face Sri Lanka like crisis’

In recent times, one of the topics of discussion in regional politics including Bangladesh is the economic and political disaster in Sri Lanka. Since early 2022, this issue has been the subject of extensive discussion in both national and international level.  Bangladesh’s story is different from others The worsening economic crisis that Sri Lanka and […]

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China praises Bangladesh for building of 6.15 km long multipurpose Padma Bridge

China’s envoy to Bangladesh has applauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership for building Padma bridge with the country’s own finance and described the Awami League-led government’s achievements in Bangladesh during the last decade as “extraordinary. Li Jiming, the Chinese ambassador in Dhaka, has lauded Prime Minister Shekh Hasina’s decision to proceed with the Padma Bridge […]

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Arts & Letters History & Culture Politics World Affairs

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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Bangladesh aid potatoes to Sri Lanka amid ongoing food crisis

Sri Lanka’s prime minister has warned of a food shortage as the island nation battles a devastating economic crisis and promises to buy enough fertiliser for the next planting season to boost harvests. Sri Lanka is appealing for food assistance from its neighbours as the country’s debt crisis spirals into a humanitarian emergency. The government […]

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Why Does Pakistan lag behind Bangladesh?

Bangladesh recently celebrated its 50th founding anniversary. In 1972, Henry Kissinger, the US Secretary of State, described Bangladesh as a “bottomless basket” for an independent country. On the other hand, in 1976, Norwegian economist Just Faland and American economist JR Parkinson published a book from London called ‘Bangladesh the Test Case for Development. The book […]

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