Thursday, 24 August 2017

May 2007

Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh: An engine boat and 180 sacks of fertilizer were seized by the Bangladeshi Navy yesterday when it was being smuggled to Burma .
Read more: Navy seizes fertilizer being smuggled to Burma
Maungdaw, Burma: Two fishermen were abducted by Nasaka,  Burma’s border security force, when they were fishing in Naff River in Bangladesh territorial waters near Palong Khali village on May 25, said Hasim a local fisherman.
Read more: Two fishermen abducted by Nasaka

(By Sanjay Dutta)

NEW DELHI: After stalling gas exports and stonewalling a billion-dollar transnational energy corridor to India, Dhaka has invited Beijing to develop its oil sector and build roads and pipelines that will allow China to ship out exports and import crude, respectively, through two ports in Bangladesh.


Read more: China pips India to bag oil project of Bangladesh
Buthidaung, Burma: Personnel of the Nasaka, Burma’s border security force, burgled a house and looted gold ornaments in Buthidaung Township, Arakan State on May 18.
Read more: Nasaka burgles house in Arakan

Maungdaw, Burma: Villagers residing in Inn Din village tract of Maungdaw Township in Arakan State have been ordered to purchase and plant physic nut and rubber seedlings at plantation sites by the Commander of Nasaka area No. (8) Major Zaw Zaw, said a village elder who was at the meeting.

Read more: Villagers ordered to buy and plant physic nut, rubber seedlings