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  • Bangladesh–India hold 5th Joint Consultative Commission

    LOOKEAST REPORT | BANGLADESH Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen and his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj concludes their 5th meeting of the Joint Consultative Commission between both the nations, in New Delhi. Indian External Affairs Minister warmly received the Bangladesh Minister at Jawaharlal Nehru Bhavan. She congratulated Momen on his appointment as the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh. In her opening remarks, the   Relationship was now broadening to include Blue Economy, Cyber Security, Outer Space Management, new and high technology areas for partnership, such as space, nuclear energy, IT and electronics   Indian Minister underscored that trust and partnership are the bedrock of understanding between India and Bangladesh. She highlighted that both countries are two of the fastest growing economies in the world and India stands… …. 

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  • He Is Not Your Man

    SHOAIB DANIYAL | FOR some time now, the Bharatiya Janata Party has been on the lookout for historical icons. After building an impressive present as India’s largest party, it is only natural that it would now look to construct a notable past. Given the colossal role that the Congress played in the freedom struggle, the BJP has necessarily had to poach some Congressmen for this task, the main figure there being Vallabhbhai Patel. Since Patel… …. 

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