Interview

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'Big brother is suspect in eyes of younger brother'
Sunil Gangopadhyay in an interview to bdnews24.com, published on Sep 6, 2011, spoke about the significance of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Bangladesh and the state of Dhaka-Delhi relations ...
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.
INTERVIEWWith fond memories...
"Sheikh Hasina has firmly and unhesitatingly acted against Indian insurgent groups [which] has immeasurably strengthened the hands of the Government of India in dealing with these groups," says former ...
INTERVIEWAnd the biggest hazard is ...
Sunil Ganguly, the septuagenarian writer, says he "realised in 1971 itself that relations between Bangladesh and India will never be normal".
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It's time that the two countries hammered out a reformed immigration system, argues a former Indian police chief, modelled on the US-Mexico arrangement.
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India lacks the generosity and magnanimity of a Big Brother or elder brother, laments the celebrated filmmaker
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When army-to-army ties are good, then diplomats have one less thorn to pluck out, says a former Indian army chief.
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