Bilateral talks between India and Bangladesh

Published on October 05, 2019
Current context: Bilateral talks was held between the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on 5th October 2019.
Bilateral talks between India and Bangladesh 
  • Both the leaders jointly inaugurated three bilateral projects through video conferencing. The projects include:
    1. Import of bulk LPG from Bangladesh.
    2. Vivekananda Bhavan at Ramakrishna Mission in Dhaka, which will house more than 100 university students.
    3. Bangladesh-India Professional Skill Development Institute for MSMEs at the Institute of Diploma Engineers.
  • A total of seven agreements were signed between India and Bangladesh in several areas including education, health, defence, trade and connectivity, development cooperation etc.
  • Ms Hasina was on a four-day visit to India and has arrived on 3rd October 2019.
  • She was the chief guest at the 33rd India Economic Summit which was organised by the World Economic Forum in New Delhi on 3rd October 2019.


Q.1 With which country India has signed an agreement to build Vivekananda Bhavan recently?
a. Sri Lanka
b. Bangladesh
c. Myanmar
d. China

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