India-Bangladesh Current Affairs - 2020

India-Bangladesh join hands to protect spectacled Langur

India and Bangladesh have decided to take concerted conservation efforts to protect the rare spectacled Langur. These conservation efforts will be taken to protect this species of Langur found in Patharia Hills Reserve Forest on either side of the fenced border along both nations in Karimganj district of Assam’s Barak Valley. Decision in this regard Read More…

MoU signed between NRL & BPC to export petroleum products through IBFPL pipeline

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) and Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) to export petroleum products to Bangladesh. It was signed by General Manager (Planning and Development) of BPC, Mustafa Qudrat-I-Elahi and NRL’s General Manager (Marketing and Business Development) Bruno Ekka in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The MoU seeks to provide cooperation Read More…

Bangladesh Cabinet approves revised trade deal with India

Bangladesh cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has approved the revised India-Bangladesh trade agreement. The revised agreement will facilitate both countries to use each other’s land and water routes for trade with a third country and remove long standing barrier in regional trade. With this Bangladesh will be able to use Indian railways, Read More…

Border haat to enhance trade between India, Bangladesh opens in Tripura

India and Bangladesh inaugurated third border haat in Srinagar-Purba on the Tripura-Bangladesh border. It was inaugurated by Union Commerce and Industries Minister Nirmala along with her Bangladeshi counterpart Tofail ahmed in the presence of Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar. This is the first border haat opened in state Tripura which shares 856-km border with Bangladesh. Read More…

Trial run of Guwahati-Dhaka bus service flagged off from Guwahati

The trial run of Guwahati-Dhaka bus service was flagged off from the Inter State Bus Terminus in Guwahati. This trail will be monitored by joint team of India and Bangladesh consisting of seven-member Bangladesh delegation including Joint Secretary of Home Affairs and Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation. While Indian delegation will include officials from Ministries of Read More…