With power in India shifting to the states due to an increasingly weak central government, secretary of state Hillary Clinton chose Kolkata as the first stop of her India tour to advance US foreign
New Delhi: India-Bangladesh relations “will take a huge hit”, if India cannot deliver on the Teesta agreement, says Dipu Moni, foreign minister of Bangladesh.
New Delhi: India is still trying to build a “political consensus” over the issue of Teesta water-sharing pact with Bangladesh.
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India on Monday assured Bangladesh that the government was working “very hard” to develop “political consensus” on two bilateral agreements — the Teesta water-sharing treaty and the land boundary p
The US has agreed to treat West Bengal as a partner state for investment in the changed political situation, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said here today.
Environmentalists yesterday demanded the government's immediate and firm steps to stop India's National River Linking Project for the sake of Bangladesh's existence.
The UPA Government, which had earlier faced a major embarrassment from its ally Trinamool Congress on the Teesta water agreement, has renewed efforts to convince Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerj
Teesta water sharing, ratification of land boundary agreement and early signing of an extradition treaty would dominate talks between India and Bangladesh at the first Joint Commission meeting like
Kolkata, 29 April: Bangladesh foreign minister Dipu Moni tonight said her country “is sure” that the Teesta water-sharing agreement with India will materialise.
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