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Boosting connectivity with Bangladesh to be the starting point: EAM Jaishankar

The Times of India 28 May 2022
Once operational, the Shahabazpur (Bangladesh) to Mahishasan (Assam) link will be extended ...Inside Bangladesh, India is collaborating on a series of road projects, including improving the Ashuganj River Port-Akhaura Land Port Road under a line of credit worth over $400 million.
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Routes via Myanmar, Bangladesh could transform Asia: EAM Jaishankar

The Times of India 28 May 2022
"Once operational, the Shahabazpur (Bangladesh) to Mahishasan (Assam) link ... "Inside Bangladesh, India is collaborating on a series of road projects, including improving the Ashuganj River Port-Akhaura Land Port Road under a line of credit worth more than $400 million.
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Hockey: Razie Rahim helps 'Speedy Tigers' thrash Bangladesh 8-1

Malaysian National News Agency 27 May 2022
Razie Rahim helps 'Speedy Tigers' thrash Bangladesh 8-1. Pix credit ... Hockey Asia Cup in Indonesia, helping Malaysia beat Bangladesh 8-1 in the final Group B match today.
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President Akufo-Addo appointed Chairperson of the Climate Vulnerable Forum

Ghana News Agency 26 May 2022
“Your successes in leading the Climate Vulnerable Forum and V20 are a credit to Bangladesh, and represent a service done to all vulnerable nations ... With Bangladesh creating its own Climate Prosperity Plan, President Akufo-Addo assured that, “we will take forward this important programme.
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Akufo-Addo elected Chair of the Climate Vulnerable Forum

Joy Online 25 May 2022
“Your successes in leading the Climate Vulnerable Forum and V20 are a credit to Bangladesh and represent a service done to all vulnerable nations ... With Bangladesh creating its own Climate Prosperity Plan, President Akufo-Addo assured that “we will take forward this important programme.
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Pakistan on the precipice

The News International 18 May 2022
The picture is equally impressive for Bangladesh – 7 per cent growth rate, exports of $45 billion and reserves of $44 billion ... First, for the next couple of years, Pakistan must – through tax and credit policies – restrict growth of all highly import dependent industries (cars, white goods, electronics etc) producing for the domestic market.
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Wheat prices soar as India restricts exports; tight supplies threaten to drive up inflation even more

Kuensel 17 May 2022
New Delhi announced on Saturday (May 14) that it will suspend overseas sales, with some exceptions, to manage its food security ... It will also allow shipments for which irrevocable letters of credit have been issued. Its supplies usually go to Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia ... That view may be called into question ... ANN .
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India bans wheat exports - is the price of bread going to rise even further?

ITV 16 May 2022
Russia and Ukraine aren't struggling to plant their wheat but getting it out of the country is a struggle Credit ... An unexploded Russian rocket in a Ukrainian wheat field Credit ... The government also said they would continue supporting neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka ... The price of bread has risen in the UK Credit.
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Wheat soars on India restrictions, risking food inflation

Taipei Times 16 May 2022
Bloomberg ... The government plans to suspend overseas sales to manage its food security, a notification dated Friday said ... It is also to allow shipments for which irrevocable letters of credit have been issued. Its supplies usually go to Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia ... .
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Wheat soars in risk to food inflation as India restricts exports

News India Times 16 May 2022
Laborers loading up wheat sacks on a truck at the grain market in the Khanna district of Punjab, India, on April 30, 2022. MUST CREDIT. Bloomberg photo by T. Narayan ... It will also allow shipments for which irrevocable letters of credit have been issued. Its supplies usually go to Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia ... .
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Wheat Prices Hit Record High As India Restricts Exports. Read Here | Mint

Live Mint 16 May 2022
Wheat prices surged to a record high on Monday after India decided to ban exports of the commodity as a heatwave hit production ... TRENDING STORIESSee All. Premium LIC IPO ... It will also allow shipments for which irrevocable letters of credit have been issued. Its supplies usually go to Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia ... .
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World’s food problems piling up as India restricts wheat exportsThe surprising thing is that India ...

Deccan Herald 15 May 2022
The government said in a notification dated May 13 that it will suspend overseas sales to manage its food security ... Also Read ... Food Secretary ... Credit. Bloomberg ... It will also allow shipments for which irrevocable letters of credit have already been issued. Indian wheat usually goes to Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia ... Sign Up.
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Within hours of curbs, domestic traders claim prices are softening

The Times of India 14 May 2022
NEW DELHI ... Sentiments were driving prices ... This norm will be applicable till March, 2023 ... In addition, exports for which irrevocable letters of credit have been issued, will be permitted. Officials clarified this will allow exports to neighbouring countries such as Bangladesh and Nepal, but consignments to China and Pakistan may not be permitted ... .
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China remains wary of Bangladesh diversifying its defense supplies

Beijing News 11 May 2022
... reported Bangladesh Live News ... India had, in 2019, provided a similar amount of Line of Credit to Bangladesh for defence-related procurement to successfully implement the modernization Programme of Bangladesh Armed Forces "Forces Goal 2030", reported Bangladesh Live News.

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