Friday, 29 May 2020

April 2011

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Visiting Commander-in-Chief (Air) of the Myanmar Air Force Gen. Myat Hein passed his time in the capital of Dhaka by participating in different programs on Sunday, according to United News of Bangladesh (UNB).
Read more: Visiting Myanmar Air Chief spends busy day in Dhaka

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Burma’s border security force, or Nasaka, officials are harassing the local people to provide workers for their project in Maungdaw South Nasaka Area No. 7, said a local elder.
Read more: Nasaka officials harass locals to provide workers

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Teknaf Customs earned a record revenue of over 694.5 million taka from July 2010 to March 2011 from Burma-Bangladesh border trade, the first nine months of the fiscal year 2010-11, despite many problems faced in Teknaf Land Port, said a customs officer in Teknaf recently.
Read more: Record revenue from Burma-Bangladesh border trade

Chittagong, Bangladesh: According to United News of Bangladesh (UNB), Dhaka, the new democratic Burmese government is keen to resolve all disputes with Bangladesh, including Rohingya problems, through negotiations, Burma’s newly appointed Ambassador to Bangladesh U Min Lwin said yesterday at Bangabhaban.
Read more: Burma shows interest in solving Rohingya problem

Ukhiya, Bangladesh: Camp police of Kutupalong Official Camp have been increasing harassment since the second week of April against the unofficial refugees who live in miserable conditions at a makeshift camp, said a refugee on condition of anonymity.
Read more: Camp police harass unofficial refugees