Thursday, 28 May 2020

April 2006

Teknaf, Bangladesh:  About 16 Rohingya families comprising 75 people entered Bangladesh territory on April 22 crossing the Naf River, which separates Burma and Bangladesh, reports our correspondent.
Read more: Sixteen Rohingya families enter Bangladesh
Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh is likely to be embroiled in a bitter dispute with Burma over the control of maritime zones, because it has not got its maritime boundary demarcated as yet, reports The News Today, Bangladesh.
Read more: Bitter dispute between Bangladesh and Burma feared over maritime boundary
Teknaf,Bangladesh: Salt from Arakan is now being smuggled into Bangladesh in large quantities. The illegally entry of salt has been taking place through the Burma-Bangladesh border zone of Maungdaw Township, Arakan State, reports our correspondent.
Read more: Arakan salt enters Bangladesh in bulk
Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh will join a regional forum to combat piracy collectively with 15 other Asian countries and sign an agreement soon in this regard, reports the New Age.
Read more: Bangladesh to join regional forum to Combat Piracy
Dhaka, Bangladesh:  Bangladesh is keen to find out India’s stand on going ahead with the installation of the US $ 1.0 billion tri-nation gas pipeline to transport gas from Burma to India through its territory, reports the Financial Express of Bangladesh
Read more: Bangladesh keen on Indian tri-nation gas pipeline policy