UN General Assembly passes resolution to graduate Nepal, Bangladesh among developing countries

The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a landmark resolution to graduate three countries, including Bangladesh and Nepal, from the Least Developed Countries (LDC) category in the group of developing countries, a major milestone showing the countries’ significant development progress. is stone. The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) accepted this resolution in its 76th session. … Read more

IG level BSF-BGB talks for better border management, emphasis on use of non-lethal methods

A four-day border coordination conference of IG level of BSF and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) began on Tuesday to discuss various issues related to border management, officials said. The conference is taking place days after two Bangladeshi nationals were killed on the Indo-Bangladesh border in West Bengal’s Cooch Behar district, when the BSF launched an … Read more

The presence of Pak teams in Bangladesh has stirred civil society

The presence of Pakistan cricket and hockey teams on Bangladeshi soil has prompted the country’s civil society to undermine 50 years of the country’s creation with a minister as well as senior officials with prominent intellectuals demanding the removal of these figures, Which was achieved through defeat. of Pakistani Army. The Bangladesh Mukti Yudh Manch … Read more

‘Communal politics’ has started on CAA; Law not to take away citizenship: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Sunday said “communal politics” has resumed over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and some called for its repeal and asserted that the law is not about taking away citizenship. Rather it is about providing for Hindus, Sikhs and others. Persecuted minorities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Naqvi said that … Read more

Nine Bangladeshi immigrants arrested for living illegally in Maharashtra’s Thane

Nine Bangladeshi nationals have been arrested in Bhiwandi in Maharashtra’s Thane district for allegedly staying in the country without any valid documents. An official gave this information on Friday. An offense under the Indian Passport Act and the Foreigners Act has been registered against the accused working in a textile unit in an industrial estate … Read more

Assam Students’ Union demands police to trace and deport foreigners

The All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) asked the Assam government to deploy a superintendent of police in each district, who is specifically tasked with the detection and deportation of foreigners. AASU leaders held a meeting with Assam Accord Implementation Minister Atul Bora on Wednesday. AASU chief advisor Samujjal Bhattacharya told media persons, “We have stressed … Read more

India resumes export of COVID-19 vaccine; the fear of shortage persists

India has resumed vaccine exports eight months after the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with Myanmar, Bangladesh, Nepal and Iran becoming the first recipients. The Center had halted exports of the vaccine due to rising coronavirus cases, and eased restrictions only after India administered close to a billion doses. While the focus has been … Read more

Cold cash issues cause problems in global warming talks

UN talks to curb global warming ran into last-minute problems on Saturday due to cold hard cash. Negotiators in Glasgow, Scotland, huddled at the last minute and considered new proposals to seal a deal they hope credibly called to advance worldwide efforts to tackle global warming. could. But the issue of funding – in particular, … Read more

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma will reach out to 1,000 Muslim women to push for reforms

As part of the Assam government’s outreach program for Muslims, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma is likely to meet over 1,000 Muslim women from across the state in Guwahati next month to discuss ways to increase their confidence in his government’s welfare and reform measures. can be discussed. According to an official familiar with the … Read more

Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla to discuss land acquisition for BSF in West Bengal

Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla is in West Bengal with Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi to discuss pending issues on border fencing, road projects and central land acquisition for Integrated Check Post (ICP). West Bengal shares more than 2,200 km with Bangladesh, 183 km with Bhutan and about 100 km with Nepal. Officials said the work related … Read more