Carrying a "message of friendship and goodwill" from the newly-elected Indian government, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today gave a commitment to address Bangladesh's concerns over shari

Trinamul MP says party may be flexible after Modi overture

Tells Bangladesh PM Hasina he will take concrete steps for robust bilateral ties

Prime minister-elect Narendra Modi’s first official visit as head of government will likely be to Dhaka, where he is expected to sign the much-awaited Teesta water-sharing agreement with Bangladesh Prime Minister Hasina.

The Bangladesh government has launched Coastal Climate Resilient Infrastructure Project in a bid to reduce poverty in the vulnerable 12 coastal districts due to climate change. Read more in this April 2014 edition of the Monthly Overview on State of Environment, Bangladesh.

The International Farakka Committee in New York has protested at India’s withdrawal of water from the cross-border rivers in the upstream and demanded that Bangladesh government should take the iss

As the world is already staring at impending water crisis due to climate change, population increase and pollution, a UN report has predicted that as many as 3.4 billion people will be living in "water-scarce" countries by 2025.

It also pointed out that the situation will be deteriorated further in the next 25 years (by 2050), culminating into instances of human conflicts in many parts of the globe.

On a day India concluded its two-day meet with China to discuss border dispute, ITBP chief Subhash Goswami said environmental clearances and bureaucratic delays were holding up crucial road project

The National Assembly on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution urging the government to take immediate measures for resolving the issue of construction of dams by India on the waters of Pakistan

The Brahmaputra is a key river in the region that encompasses India, Bangladesh, the Hindu Kush Himalaya mountain range and the Tibetan Plateau, widely known as the Third Pole.

The International Court of Arbitration (ICA) has passed its judgement in favour of Pakistan on Kishanganga dam project.