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Ignoring Bangladesh Can Spell Disaster

Paper No. 5882                                   Dated 27-Feb-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

The anti-government agitation that was started by the opposition, led by the BNP on January 6 appears to be metamorphosing into a terror campaign. Over one hundred innocent people have died. Terrorists have entered the fray, ably engineered by the Jamaat-e-Islami (JEI) Bangladesh, which is the BNP’s main strength on the streets.

Some thoughts on Victory Day

Paper No. 5845                                Dated 18-Dec-2014

By Col. R. Hariharan

[Based on excerpts from an interview in a TV channel beamed on the occasion of ‘Vijaya Divas’ on December 16, 2014.]

Q: On the occasion of the Victory Day commemorating India’s victory in the 1971 India-Pakistan War, what are your thoughts in general?

Bangla Terror in West Bengal: Political Opportunism?

Paper No. 5815                                 Dated 03-Nov-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

An explosion in a house in Khagragram, Burdwan district, West Bengal, on October 02 opened the eyes of the Indian central intelligence to a burning fire building up in this region. The explosion was purely accidental, while an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) was being made. Two of the bomb makers died, and a third was injured. Two women, wives of the two dead men were arrested. They have begun to talk with significant details.

Poverty and Social Mobility

Paper No. 5752                                       Dated 25-Jul-2014

By Kazi Anwarul Masud                           

Craving for a better life is eternal. From the advent of the presence of humankind on earth in whatever form to the present humanity has always tried, through war and peace, to advance.

For India- The Importance of Bangladesh

Paper No. 5729           Dated 23-June-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

In tune with the Indian government’s active policy of good will with neighbors, Indian Foreign Minister Ms. Sushma Swaraj will be visiting Dhaka on June 26.

Bangladesh-India: Teesta Agreement- Revisited

Paper No. 5722                                     Dated  10-Jun-2014
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
The Teesta River:
 
The Teesta is the fourth major river after the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna in the eastern region.
 
It originates in Sikkim and after traversing 172 Km in the hilly region, runs for 97 Km in the plains of India and 124 Km in Bangladesh.
 

Implications of BJP Victory in General Elections-View from Bangladesh

Paper No. 5711                                         Dated 28-May-2014

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

BJP victory in the Lok Sabha elections has signaled a tectonic shift in the domestic politics of India.

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