Monday, 19 November 2018

September2011

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Foreign Minister Dipu Moni yesterday asked Burma envoy for early repatriation of the Rohingya refugees from Nayapara and Kutupalong camps in Cox's Bazar district, according to a press release of Foreign Minister Office.

Foreign Minister Dipu Moni is giving press-briefing
Read more: Dipu Moni urges Burma envoy early repatriate Rohingya refugee

Chittagong, Bangladesh: A Singapore-based carrier will start a direct shipping connection between Bangladesh and China on September 9, opening up a new seascape for trade between the two economies, according to a Bangladesh leading financial newspaper.
Read more: Bangladesh-China direct shipping connection start soon

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Burma has allowed some private maritime companies and institutions to open courses for seafarers to help create marine job opportunities in the country as part of its bid to develop the sector, according to the Department of Marine Administration of the Ministry of Transport.
Read more: Burma allows private company to develop maritime industry

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Two Rohingya fishermen have been missing in Naff River since August 31, after capsizing fishing boat accidentally while they were fishing in the river, said a close relative of the fishermen who denied to be named.
Read more: Two Rohingya fishermen missing in Naff River

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Border security force (Nasaka) is looting money from Rohingya villagers in Maungdaw Township by giving false and fabricated accusations against them, said a local business man who denied to be named. 
Read more: Border security force looting money from Rohingyas