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Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina jointly inaugurated three Indo-Bangla power and rail projects.
Dhaka-Islamabad relations plunged to their lowest ebb since Bangladesh initiated the war crimes trial in 2010 exposing Bengali war criminals.
The two leaders met in the Nepalese capital on the sidelines of the 4th Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation Summit.
Students in their tens of thousands have brought parts of the capital to a standstill after two teenagers were killed by a speeding bus.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh calls on Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina, discusses issues of mutual concern
During the meeting, Hasina said that Bangladesh and India have so far settled several outstanding issues, including the land and boundary agreement, through dialogue.
After delivering a talk in New Delhi on "Indo-Bangladesh: Historical and contemporary perspective", Hossain Toufique Imam, political advisor to Hasina, answered a question from a reporter on Naik.
According to Ali, Sheikh Hasina has worked tirelessly to restore mutual trust and cooperation, and there was a positive change in bilateral ties.
She said Bangladesh government gave shelter to 11 lakh Rohingyas on humanitarian grounds and hoped that pressure would be mounted on Myanmar to ensure the return of the refugees to their homes.
Inaugurating the Bangladesh Bhavan at Visva Bharati University campus, together with Prime Minister Modi, Hasina expressed gratitude to India for "standing beside Bangladesh in times of crisis."
The PM said the government would take initiatives to ensure that the youth of both the countries get to know about the cultural contributions made by dignitaries of the two nations.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the convocation of Visva Bharati University at Santi Niketan.
Sources revealed that the two Prime Ministers may discuss the issues of Teesta water sharing, Rohingya issue and cross-border terrorism.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said that Myanmar should learn how to keep communal harmony unharmed from Bangladesh.
The UN has termed the Myanmar military's action as "ethnic cleansing" and rights groups have called it a "genocide".
The government has embarked on numerous projects to develop road and railways, among others, besides boosting trade and economic relations with Bangladesh.