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Rising Terrorism Can Derail Bangladesh

Paper No. 6022                      Dated 17-Oct-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

While the World Bank raised the status of Bangladesh to a lower middle – income country and World Bank President,Jim Yong Kim lauded Bangladesh’s role in empowering women,terming the country a model in women’s progress,rising terrorism has cast a shadow on the nation

Rising Deviant Islamist Terror in Bangladesh

Paper No. 5990                                   Dated 19-Aug-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Terrorists have no religion.  That is the emerging consensus globally so that religious sentiments are not hurt and society is not divided.  When murders are committed in the name of religion, it can at best be called deviant religious terrorism or extremism.  And these deviants went to establish a global caliphate by establishing minor caliphates in different regions of the world and amalgamate them.

Al Qaeda and ISIS in South Asia

Paper No. 5970                                  Dated 14-Jul-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

The recent arrest (July, 02) pf 12 militants in Dhaka, Bangladesh, including the resident co-ordinator of the Al Qaeda in South Asia (AQIS) may not be a total surprise for counter-terrorism experts, but it is an eye-opener for the people of South Asia.

Modi's Visit to Bangladesh- View from Bangladesh

Modi’s Forthcoming Bangla Visit – Consolidating Relations and a Sub-SAARC

Paper No. 5943                                    Dated 29-May-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s forthcoming visit to Bangladesh (June 6/7) is expected to be a game changer in relations among SAARC nations despite Pakistan’s efforts to be a spoiler.

Bangladesh: Indian Prime Minister Modi’s Epochal Visit June 2015 Reviewed

Paper No. 5940                                       Dated 26-May-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Indian PM Modi’s visit to Bangladesh next week will be an epochal one for Bangladesh-India relations as this historical relationship gets set for the long awaited take-off now that PM Modi has been able to get through the Land Boundary Agreement passed unanimously by the Indian Parliament.

Historic Step in Indo-Bangla Relations

Paper No. 5931                                 Dated 12-May-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

The Indian parliament in a show of rare solidarity with Bangladesh ratified (May 07) Indo-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) of 1974, removing a major impediment to the development of bilateral relations.

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