Dhaka blames no Teesta deal on Delhi
India has no-one but itself to blame for failure to strike a deal on equitable sharing of Teesta waters, Bangladesh has said.
PM advisor counters BNP charge
Better connectivity does not mean granting transit facilities to India, says Gowher Rizvi
Soni meets Mamata on 'Teesta deal'
The central government minister, however, refuses to disclose whether the two talked on the issue of Teesta waters.
Ambika Soni to meet Mamata over Teesta pact
In a bid to resolve differences over the Teesta water-sharing pact, Indian central government minister Ambika Soni, acting on behalf of prime minister Manmohan Singh, will meet with West Bengal chief ...
INTERVIEWWatery trip
Sheikh Hasina did not bother with protocol when Mamata won the elections -- she picked up the phone and congratulated her; Mamata should have gone to Dhaka, says a top Bangladesh expert in India.
'Transit fee is good enough'
Bangladesh should think of getting fee only from India rather than sharing the benefits businesses of the neighbouring country would make from the use of shorter route in case of any future transit de ...
Businesses also want share of transit gains
Indo-Bangla business body president warns that without a share of benefits for Bangladeshi businesses, transit will not be sustainable. Full report
'Govt deceiving people over transit'
BNP has accused the government of deceiving the people as regards providing transit facilities to India. Full report