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    India, Bangladesh Navies to join hands - The Hindu

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    India, Bangladesh Navies to join hands
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    India and Bangladesh have agreed to institute a Coordinated Patrol (CORPAT) as an annual feature between the two Navies. The first edition will be inaugurated by Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba during his visit there from June 24 to 29.
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    COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh — If it hadn't been for her neighbors, Toyoba Khatun would almost certainly be dead. The 65-year-old Rohingya refugee was buried...
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    Visiting UN Under-Secretary-General, Department of Peacekeeping Operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix yesterday highly praised Bangladesh for its contributions to UN peacekeeping, and lauded its role in supporting efforts of the UN for political solutions in...
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    Bangladesh is progressively becoming one of the more important countries for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, with the China-led multilateral lender looking to bankroll energy and transport projects in the country. “We are very bullish on ...

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    Bangladesh tenders to import 50000 T of wheat - Reuters

    Bangladesh tenders to import 50000 T of wheat
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    DHAKA, June 24 (Reuters) - Bangladesh's state grains buyer issued an international tender to import 50,000 tonnes of milling wheat, officials said on Sunday, as it looks to secure supplies. The deadline for offers is July 3, and the wheat is to be ...

    Local women create nonprofit to support refugees in Bangladesh - Eagle-Tribune

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    Local women create nonprofit to support refugees in Bangladesh
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    After traveling to Bangladesh this spring with their teenage daughters, two Andover mothers are on a mission to help Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh. It began this winter when Tracey Haslam stumbled across a Time Magazine photo on Instagram of...

    Bangladesh plans death penalty for drug dealers - UCA News

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    Bangladesh plans death penalty for drug dealers
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    From May 15 to June 21, about 160 people, mostly alleged drug dealers, were killed in police "crossfire" — a common euphemism for arbitrary police shootouts in Bangladesh, according to media reports. Police also arrested 20,767 persons and filed 15 ...

    'Bangladesh Film Festival' set to kick off in Kolkata today - theindependentbd.com

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    'Bangladesh Film Festival' set to kick off in Kolkata today
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    To promote contemporary Bangladeshi films to the Indian audience, Federation of Film Societies of India for the second time has organised a four-day film festival titled 'Bangladesh Film Festival' at the Nandan Cinema Hall in Kolkata, India. A total of ...

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    Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina stresses stronger regional connectivity - The Daily Star

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    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today stressed a stronger regional connectivity referring to Bangladesh steps to reopen closed rail routes with India as newly...

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    Rural Bangladesh has already embraced renewable energy. Here's what the rest of the world can learn - The European Sting

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    Rural Bangladesh has already embraced renewable energy. Here's what the rest of the world can learn
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    In Bangladesh, the energy policy realm could not be more different. Yet a closer look at the two countries reveals plenty of scope for mutual learning, from past mistakes and future technologies. Here are three arguments why Bangladesh should avoid a...

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