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Bangladesh nationalist party, Awami League, Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh

Bangladesh will go to polls soon: Here’s why India should root for Sheikh Hasina

Lauded at the UN meet recently for her handling of the Rohingya crisis, Hasina has a tough task at hand in ensuring free and fair elections back home.

POLITICS

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Shahidul alam, Bangladesh student protest, Student protests, Sheikh Hasina

Students, photographers, civil society under arrest - The chaos that is becoming Bangladesh

The Sheikh Hasina government seems to have crossed the line this time and people are accusing her of misusing institutions and weakening democracy.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Narendra Modi, Teesta water sharing, Sheikh Hasina, Mamata Banerjee

Why pressure is growing on Mamata Banerjee to sign Teesta water sharing deal with Bangladesh

With national election due in the neighbouring country this year-end, non-availability of water has become a major issue.

POLITICS

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India, Sheikh Hasina, Khaleda Zia, Bangladesh

What 5 years in jail for Bangladesh ex-PM Khaleda Zia means for India

The development has assumed significance with parliamentary polls in the neighbouring country scheduled at the end of this year.

POLITICS

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Sheikh Hasina, India-Bangladesh ties, Bangladesh, Pranab Mukherjee

Why Dhaka is gearing up to greet Pranab Mukherjee

The former president will be in Bangladesh on a three-day trip.

POLITICS

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India, Sheikh Hasina, Khaleda Zia, Bangladesh elections

Why Khaleda Zia sharpening the election knife against Sheikh Hasina should worry India

Pakistan seems to be in hurry to destabilise the Awami League government in Bangladesh due to its growing proximity with India.

VOICES

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ISI, Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina

How real is the threat to Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina's life?

A recent report about an attempt to assassinate her has sparked fears.

POLITICS

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Taslima Nasreen, Sheikh Hasina, Myanmar, Bangladesh

Taslima Nasreen writes to Sheikh Hasina: Why do you weep for Rohingyas, but not for me?

You have banished me from Bangladesh, have no sympathy for assassinated atheist bloggers, yet you have opened the doors for the foreign refugees.

POLITICS

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