Anti-Pakistan rhetoric grows louder with calls for armed retaliation after car-bomb attack.
Up to 1,800 troops will remove landmines from Saudi-Yemen frontier, among other non-combat activities, officials say.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemns attack on convoy claimed by the Jaish-e-Mohammed militant group.
Members of a congressional committee said they were dismayed by campaign marred by violence.
Officers kill two suspects during a shootout while rescuing the group’s latest victim.
Protests at the scene of the gunfight left 10 civilians injured, police say.
Killings sparked widespread communal riots that left 60 people dead in 2013.
About 160 people entered the country over the last three days, officials say.
Police are investigating killings of three men named in sexual assault complaints.
“The way you have been treated shames us all,” the visiting actress tells Rohingya.
The American actress and U.N. envoy is also expected to meet with PM Sheikh Hasina.
Lawsuit alleges bankers were involved in a multi-year conspiracy with North Korean hackers, casino operators.
A series of attacks killed 87 people and wounded 540 others in Assam state.
Nepalese committee blames pilot error while Bangladesh aviation official says air traffic controllers made mistakes.
Dhaka’s anti-drug campaign forced smugglers to shift their route north, official told BenarNews.
The Kohassa air station will help Delhi track Chinese military ships in Indian Ocean, analysts say.
Technical, humanitarian and security assessments of Bhashan Char are needed, special rapporteur says.
Officials charged 31 with illegal infiltration after they spent days trapped in no-man’s land.
Suspected militant Mohammad Mamunur Rashid Ripon, who was charged in absentia, is arrested near Dhaka, police say.
Project is considered “strategically important” to allow quick mobilization of military troops.
At least one pair of newcomers said they left India out of fear of being deported to Myanmar.
Shah Ahmed Shafi made his followers declare they would not send girls to school.
Numbers are not high but trend is unusual and follows recent expulsions to Myanmar.
Ain O Salish Kendra says 466 people were killed by police, compared with 162 in 2017.
Dhaka slams Myanmar for saying that Rohingya and Arakan rebel groups are operating in Bangladesh.
The legislation would allow non-Muslims facing persecution including in Bangladesh to become Indian citizens.
Longest-serving leader in Bangladesh history is called ‘Iron Lady’ for her authoritarian leadership style.
Four others in custody after news of crime sparked nationwide condemnation, officials say.
Prime minister’s new government to take power Jan. 7, official says.
The group is the second small batch of Rohingya Muslims expelled by India since October 2018.