Articles tagged under: Bangladesh

Modi, Hasina to address Visva Bharati convocation

May 22, 2018
Modi, Hasina to address Visva Bharati convocation

Santiniketan/Kolkata: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina will address the convocation at the Visva-Bharati University and hold bilateral talks there on May 25. The two leaders will also inaugurate the Bangladesh Bhavan at the university. Hasina will arrive in Kolkata on the morning of May 25 and leave for Santiniketan in West Bengal's Birbhum district, about 160km from the state capital. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will also attend the pro...Read More

Bangladesh immigrant with doubtful background held in Bharuch

December 23, 2017
Bangladesh immigrant with doubtful background held in Bharuch

Bharuch: The Anti Terrorist Squad of Gujarat police has nabbed a suspected Bangadeshi intruder from Bharuch today. DySP ATS B H Chavda today said that Azam Faqir (40), a native of Baliadang village in Khulana district of Bangladesh, was living in an area close to Madina Masjid in Bharuch from past around 2 months. He was nabbed on the basis of an intelligence input today and has been brought to Ahmedabad for further interrogation. Meanwhile another offici...Read More

3 Bangladeshis held in border district Kutch with Indian Aadhar card, Pan card and Birth certificates

May 31, 2017
3 Bangladeshis held in border district Kutch with Indian Aadhar card, Pan card and Birth certificates

Bhuj: Police today nabbed three Bangladeshi citizens including a woman in the city who despite being illegal intruders were having various identity documents with them. Manzura Khatoon (45), Tikakhan Mural (45) and 18 year old Sagor Sadar, all natives of Sagro Bhulot villager under Sarsa police station of Jessore district of Bangladesh, were nabbed by a police patrol team near Khasra ground close to Sanjognagar triple road circle in B Division police station of Bhuj. Manzura w...Read More

Ahmedabad Crime branch nabs 10 Bangladeshis and an absconding accused of murder

May 25, 2017
Ahmedabad Crime branch nabs 10 Bangladeshis and an absconding accused of murder

Ahmedabad: The crime branch of Ahmedabad police has nabbed 10 Bangladeshi citizens living illegally in the city and also an accused of murder who had not returned to jail after the expiry of his temporary bail period. A police official of crime branch today said that six of the Bangladeshis were nabbed from near Vatva Pirana crossing while four others were caught near a hotel close to Narol circle. He said that one Yasin, who was accused of a murder case in Surendranagar and ...Read More

Over 20 including relatives of the victim booked for forcing Bangladeshi minor in to flesh trade

March 19, 2017
Over 20 including relatives of the victim booked for forcing Bangladeshi minor in to flesh trade

Junagadh: A case against over 20 persons including the relatives of the victim was lodged in Mangrol police station of Junagadh district in Gujarat today in connection with the alleged rape and sexual exploitation and forced prostitution of a Bangladeshi minor girl. The 14 year old Bangladeshi girl was found weeping in the ST bus stand in Mangrol. An employee of the depot had handed her over to the police. The girl said that her uncle and aunt] a resident of Chandanpur in Bangladesh...Read More

7 Bangladeshi women involved in flesh trade nabbed in Ahmedabad

January 08, 2017
7 Bangladeshi women involved in flesh trade nabbed in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad: The crime branch of Ahmedabad police today nabbed 7 Bangladeshi woman living illegally here from Gota area in the city. Based on a tip off the woman, who were not having any passport or visa with them were nabbed from roadside close to Gota flyover, police said. All of them were suspected to be involved in flesh trade. They were living in the city for quite some time and primary investigation revealed that all of them and some of their other accomplices had entered India illegal...Read More

Indo-Bangla border to be completely sealed by mid 2018:Rajnath

December 26, 2016
Indo-Bangla border to be completely sealed by mid 2018:Rajnath

Guwahati: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the security of the more than 200-kilometre-long Indo-Bangladesh border was a priority for the BJP government and it will be completely sealed in next one and a half years. "We are committed to sealing the 223.7-km Indo-Bangladesh border and the process is on. It is expected to be completed within the next year and a half," Singh said addressing BJP workers here. "Bangladesh is our neighbouring country and we share a good and warm rela...Read More

Hindu temple vandalised, 3 idols smashed in Bangladesh

December 04, 2016
Hindu temple vandalised, 3 idols smashed in Bangladesh

Dhaka: A Hindu temple was vandalised and three idols of deities were destroyed by some unknown people in Bangladesh's northern Netrokona area, triggering panic among the minority community in the Muslim-majority nation. The incident came to light after locals of Mymensinghorohi village in Shingherbangla union under the Netrokona sadar upazila found the temple doors open this morning. Upon entering the temple premises, they found smashed bits and pieces of the temple architecture and three ...Read More

India to have patrol-less, multi-layered smart fence along Pakistan, Bangladesh by late 2017: BSF

November 30, 2016
India to have patrol-less, multi-layered smart fence along Pakistan, Bangladesh by late 2017: BSF

New Delhi:India will have a patrol-less, multi-layered smart fence along its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh by the later part of 2017 even as 20 big global firms are undertaking a technical evaluation for the same, Director General of BSF K K Sharma said today. Sharma said the force, after getting sanctions from the Union Home Ministry, is working to implement a Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System (CIBMS) where the security of these two sensitive and difficult terrain bord...Read More

Two crore illegal Bangladeshi living in India: Govt

November 16, 2016
Two crore illegal Bangladeshi living in India: Govt

New Delhi: In an announcement which may start a political debate, government today said that around two crore illegal Bangladeshi migrants are staying in India. "As per available inputs, there are around 20 million illegal Bangladeshi migrants staying in India," Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju informed Rajya Sabha replying a written question. Rijiju said there are reports of Bangladeshi nationals having entered the country without valid travel documents. Since entry of such Bang...Read More

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