'Whoever comes to power, we have no problem': Dhaka

Dhaka, Nov. 6 -- Two days after Election Day in the United States, neither candidate had amassed the votes needed to win the White House. But Joe Biden's victories in the Great Lakes states left him a... Read More

France: FM Momen writes his counterpart

Dhaka, Nov. 6 -- Bangladesh has reaffirmed its commitment to show respect for everyone's religious and cultural sensitivity conveying the France government that no religion supports killings. "It's o... Read More

Tennis tournament for diplomats planned in December

Dhaka, Oct. 30 -- Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has inaugurated the diplomats' tennis court at State guesthouse Meghna and urged all to make best use of it. "It's a historic work at a historic m... Read More

Bangladesh, India two critical partners: US

Dhaka, Oct. 23 -- The United States wants to deepen its ties across South Asia, particularly with Bangladesh and India, as it sees real potential to have stronger relations. "We're at a moment of rea... Read More

World sees Bangladesh with new respect, says Doraiswami

Dhaka, Oct. 9 -- Newly-appointed Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram Kumar Doraiswami has conveyed his government's commitment to finding mutually acceptable solutions to all the issues with... Read More

Dhaka still hopeful of Teesta, JRC meeting soon

Dhaka, Oct. 2 -- There was an indication that the 6th Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meeting would generate no concrete outcome on Teesta water sharing front. The Foreign Minister-level meeting b... Read More

Swedish Ambassador Linde for stronger partnership with Bangladesh

Dhaka, Sept. 25 -- Newly appointed Ambassador of Sweden to the Bangladesh Alexandra Berg von Linde has said friendship between countries and between people matter, perhaps now more than ever in light ... Read More

Dhaka urges Delhi to maintain commitments

Dhaka, Sept. 17 -- Bangladesh government sent a note verbal to the Indian government asking to maintain commitment for keeping export of essential commodities unhindered. The foreign ministry made th... Read More