She mentioned that Bangladesh has also successfully controlled the pandemic and the first dose of the vaccine covered 100 per cent of the targeted population while the second dose covered 97 per cent.
India had all along maintained its stand that it would go all out in rescuing students who reached out to them from different nationalities.
In a message of condolence, Hasina said Mangeshkar will remain alive forever in the hearts of the people in the region through her work.
We are keen to work with India to realise shared vision: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Republic Day
In a letter written to Modi, Hasina said that the year 2021 was a 'historic one' for Bangladesh-India ties, marked by celebrations of 'epochal' events and engagements at the highest levels.
President Kovind, who is in Bangladesh on a maiden three-day State Visit, joined as the "Guest of Honour" at the National Parade Ground to mark the golden jubilee of the Victory Day of Bangladesh.
Hassan, who is also a doctor, drew criticism for his 'hateful comments' in media against main Opposition BNP's acting chief Tarique Rahman's daughter and former PM Zia's granddaughter.
76-year-old Khaleda Zia, who is serving a 17-year jail term in two graft cases since February 2018, has been suffering from arthritis, diabetes, kidney issues, lung ailments and eye problems.
The opposition often says a skewed political atmosphere is preventing them from participating fairly in national elections.
"More than 335 temples, 1,650 Hindu houses, Hindu-owned shops in more than 35 districts have been vandalised and torched since October 13," the Federation said.
Initiate action against those who incited violence using religion, Bangladesh PM tells home minister
Attacks on Hindu temples have intensified in Bangladesh since last Wednesday after an alleged blasphemous post surfaced on social media during the Durga Puja celebrations.
Police there have indicated that the spark to the violent attacks, a Koran found in a Puja tableau, was planted by miscreants in a planned conspiracy.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina promised to bring to justice the culprits behind the violence, saying anyone involved in the attacks on Hindu temples and Durga Puja venues in Comilla will not be spared.
Following reports of vandalism in Durga Puja pandals in Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina issued a warning to the miscreants and said they would taken to task.
Referring to data collected by Bangladeshi rights groups, Human Rights Watch said nearly 600 people have been forcibly disappeared by security forces since PM Sheikh Hasina took office in 2009.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose planned visit to Dhaka in March was cancelled due to the pandemic, described Bangladesh as a "key pillar" of India's 'Neighbourhood First' policy.