Thursday, 28 May 2020

November 2006

Teknaf, Bangladesh : Smuggled goods worth Taka 2 million were seized and a smuggler taken into custody by Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) en route to Burma on November 16.

Read more: BDR seizes goods worth Tk 2 million headed for Burma

Buthidaung, Arakan State, Burma: A new strategy is being adopted by Nasaka, Burma’s border security force on Rohingya people for making money in northern Arakan.

Read more: Nasaka’s new strategy to earn money

Maungdaw, Arakan State, Burma: A group of 140 Rakhine families, all from southern Arakan State were brought to Maungdaw Township on October 4 as new settlers.

Read more: New settlers brought to Northern Arakan

Nykhongchari, Bangladesh: A Rohingya lost his life for committing what seems to have been a cardinal sin of asking for his wages from his employer in Nykhonchari union of Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh on November 10, 2006.


Read more: Rohingya killed by Bangladeshi

The UN envoy Mr. Ibrahim Gambari’s four-day visit to Burma as of November 9, to press the military-run Burma for democratic reforms followed a second meeting with detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi aimed at improving strained relations with the military junta.

Read more: What hope from UN envoy’s visit to Burma?