Bangladesh–India relations
Bangladesh and India are part of South Asia. They are common members of SAARC, BIMSTEC, IORA and the Commonwealth. Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Assam and Tripura share the Ben...
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Subimal Dutt
Subimal Dutt, OBE, ICS (5.12.1903 - 2.3.1992) was an Indian diplomat and ICS officer. He served as India's Commonwealth Secretary and later as Foreign Secretary under Jawaharlal Nehru and was also Ind...
Banglabandha
Banglabandha (also spelled Banglabandh) is a major inland port in northern Bangladesh established to provide a trade link with India, Nepal and Bhutan. The three nations are separated by 52 km (3...
Greater Bangladesh
Greater Bangladesh (translated variously as Bengali: বৃহত্তর বাংলাদেশ, Brihottor Bangladesh; Bengali: বৃহৎ বাংলাদেশ Brihot Bangladesh; Bengali: মহাবাংলাদেশ, Mohabangladesh; and Bengali...
Ichamati River
Ichamati River (Bengali: ইছামতি নদী)(also spelt Ichhamati), is a trans-boundary river which flows through India and Bangladesh and also forms the boundary between the two countries. The river is ...
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Sharing the water of the Ganges
The sharing of the Ganges' waters is a long-standing issue between India and Bangladesh over the appropriate allocation and development of the water resources of the Ganges River that flows from north...
Sharing the water of the Ganges - Wikipedia
East Bengali refugees
East Bengali Refugees refers to the people who left East Bengal following the partition of Bengal, which was part of the independence of India and Pakistan in 1947. A majority of these refugees were H...
Momtazuddin Ahmed (dramatist)
Momtazuddin Ahmed (born 18 January 1935) is a Bangladeshi playwright-actor and educationist. He is also active in the field of culture, performance, literature and other socio- political activities. H...
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C. M. Shafi Sami
CM Shafi Sami (Bengali: সি এম শফি সামি) a Bangladeshi diplomat. He was selected as an adviser of the caretaker government of Bangladesh under President Iajuddin Ahmed and resigned after about a mo...
Maitree Express
The Maitree Express or Moitri Express (Bengali: মৈত্রী এক্সপ্রেস Moitri Ekspres, Hindi: मैत्री एक्सप्रेस) or Dhaka-Kolkata Express is an International passenger train serving the railway conne...
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Farakka Barrage
Farakka Barrage is a barrage across the Ganges River, located in the Indian state of West Bengal, roughly 16.5 kilometres (10.3 mi) from the border with Bangladesh near Chapai Nawabganj District....
Indo-Bangladeshi Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Peace
The Indo-Bangladeshi Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Peace was a 25-year treaty that was signed on March 19, 1972 forging close bilateral relations between India and the newly established state ...
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Illegal immigration in India
An illegal immigrant in India is a person residing in the country without an official permission as prescribed by relevant Indian law. Those who are explicitly granted refugee status do not fall under...
Indian cricket team in Bangladesh in 2007
The Indian cricket team toured Bangladesh for two Test matches and three One Day Internationals in May 2007. The first match was played on 10 May, the first of three ODIs with India defeating Banglade...
Farooq Sobhan
Farooq Sobhan (born 17 September 1940) is a former Bangladeshi diplomat. He served in various capacities in the Bangladesh government and foreign service. He was Bangladesh's Ambassador to the People'...
Jyotindra Nath Dixit
Jyotindra Nath Dixit (8 January 1936 – 3 January 2005) was an Indian diplomat, who as served as Foreign Secretary (1991–1994), the top bureaucrat in the Ministry of External Affairs. At the time of hi...
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A. K. Khandker
Abdul Karim Khandker is a former Planning Minister of Government of Bangladesh. He is a retired diplomat and was the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Bangladesh Armed Forces during the Bangladesh Liberati...
Tin Bigha Corridor
88°59′1″E / 26.30083°N 88.98361°E / 26.30083; 88.98361The Tin [or Teen] Bigha Corridor (Bengali: তিনবিঘা করিডর) is a strip of land belonging to India on the West Bengal–Ba...
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Joint River Commission
The Joint River Commission was a bilateral working group established by India and Bangladesh in the Indo-Bangladeshi Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Peace that was signed on March 19, 1972 and c...