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Death sentence to 2005 Shramjeevi train blast convict

Death sentence to 2005 Shramjeevi train blast convict

Additional Sessions Judge Budhiram Yadav pronounced the sentence amid high security.

Bangladeshi man held guilty in Shramjeevi explosion case

Bangladeshi man held guilty in Shramjeevi explosion case

Twelve persons were killed in an explosion that rocked the Shramjeevi Express on July 28, 2005, evening. Sixty other persons were injured.

Bangladeshi national held near international border in Jammu

 A Bangladeshi national was arrested by the army near the international border in Jammu district, officials said on Saturday.

'Vulnerable' Bangladeshi Hindus want PM Modi, Indian govt's intervention for safety

'Vulnerable' Bangladeshi Hindus want PM Modi, Indian govt's intervention for safety

In the wake of a series of attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh, the minority community there wants Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian government to take up the matter with Dhaka to ensure their safety and security.

900 detained in Bangladeshi anti-militant drive

 Bangladeshi police reportedly detained nearly 900 people on Friday during the first day of an anti-militant drive across the country.

PM Modi, Bangladesh's Sheikh Hasina invited for Mamata swearing-in on May 27

PM Modi, Bangladesh's Sheikh Hasina invited for Mamata swearing-in on May 27

Among others on the guest list are Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal and Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav.

Bangladeshi arrested for staying in India without documents

Juheri Islam was arrested by the Police late last night.

In India intolerant are called liberal: Taslima Nasreen

In India intolerant are called liberal: Taslima Nasreen

Known for criticising the pseudo ideology prevalent in Indian political system, noted Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen on Sunday said that the definitions of communism, secularism and liberalism have been misconstrued in India.

37 Bangladeshi migrants return from Myanmar

Thirty-seven Bangladeshi migrants have returned home after being rescued by the Myanmar authorities at sea, a media report said on Friday.

Litton Das likely to keep wickets against India

Litton Das likely to keep wickets against India

Bangladeshi batsman Litton Das is likely to keep wickets against India in the solitary Test starting June 10 after Mushfiqur Rahim sprained the ring finger of his right hand during the Test series against Pakistan in April.

Indonesia begins search for migrant boats

Indonesia has begun search and rescue operations for stranded migrant boats carrying Bangladeshis and ethnic Rohingya from Myanmar, an official said Sunday, after it dropped a hardline policy of refusing them sanctuary.

750 migrants rescued off Indonesia as pressure grows for solution

750 migrants rescued off Indonesia as pressure grows for solution

More than 750 Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants were rescued off Indonesia on Friday, police said, as Myanmar undermined calls for a coordinated response to Southeast Asia`s human-trafficking crisis by threatening to boycott a planned summit.

Indian, Bangladeshi mystic folk singers enthrall Kolkata

Folk singers from Bangladesh, Sufi singers from Rajasthan and wandering minstrels or bauls of West Bengal engaged folk music lovers at a fest here Saturday.

Bangladeshi actor Khalil Ullah Khan dead

Bangladeshi film actor Khalil Ullah Khan, whose career spanned over five decades, passed away Sunday. He died at Square Hospitals Limited here around 10 a.m. He was 80, bdnews24 reported.

Bengal blast: NIA custody of one extended, two sent to judicial remand

 A city court Wednesday sent Hasem Molla to the NIA`s custody till Oct 31, and two other key accused to judicial custody till Nov 5 over the Oct 2 explosion in West Bengal`s Burdwan district.

Want to live in India even if Bangladesh allows entry: Taslima

Hopeful of getting a resident permit in India, controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has said that even if Bangladesh allows her to enter, she wants to spend the rest of her life in her second home-- India.

Indian jailed for a week in S`pore dormitory rioting case

A second Indian, part of 17 men allegedly involved in rioting at a Singapore dormitory, was today jailed for a week for attacking a Bangladeshi fellow worker during a live screening of a T-20 World Cup cricket match last month.

One in ten babies in Britain is Muslim

About one in every 10 babies in Britain is now Muslim, according to an analysis of the latest census figures released here on Friday.

Zia`s fugitive son acquitted in money-laundering case

In a relief for ex-prime minister Khaleda Zia`s "fugitive" eldest son, a Bangladeshi court today acquitted him in a money-laundering case amid heightened political tensions in the country ahead of general elections.

Bangladeshi garment workers set factories on fire demanding wage hikes

Bangladeshi garment workers have blocked roads and set factories on fire demanding a minimum monthly wage of 100 dollars.