May 21, 2024
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  • Renew Ganges treaty, sign Teesta treaty with guarantee clause: IFC

    Staff Correspondent : The International Farakka Committee on Saturday urged Dhaka and Delhi to renew the Ganges Water Sharing Treaty and sign a treaty on the Teesta with guarantee and arbitration clauses. Announcing a joint statement issued by the IFC Prof Jasim Uddin Ahmed, President of the International Farakka Committee,…

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  • Over 58,000 immigrants facing jail term in Saudi

    Rumi Sayeed, Jeddah : The Saudi law enforcing agencies prosecuted 58,365 people, arrested during a month-long operation. Most of them are facing different terms in jails.Saudi Arabia’s law enforcement agencies have arrested more than 19,500 migrants for violating housing, labor and security laws in a week-long operation.On Sunday (February 25),…

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  • Bangladesh-Kuwait trade set to surpass $1 billion annually: Ambassador

    Special Correspondent: In a bid to diversify their export destinations, Bangladeshi exporters are urged to consider tapping into the Kuwaiti market, which has shown a growing appetite for finished products such as readymade garments (RMG), newsprints, pharmaceuticals, and ceramics. Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to Bangladesh, Faisal Mutlaq H…

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  • Trade potentials between Pak-Bangladesh untapped

    Zarif Mahmud : The bilateral trade between Bangladesh and Pakistan was only $543.90 million in the fiscal year 2021-22. Out of the total trade, Bangladesh exported $50.54 million worth of goods to Pakistan, while its imports from Pakistan totaled $493.36 million.Bangladesh and Pakistan together make up five percent of the…

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  • Myanmar military rule benefits only China

    Enayet Karim : When a country is united and strong, no one can use and control the country to their advantage. But if it becomes weak and divided like Myanmar, the country will be exploited. China’s actions in Myanmar since the coup clearly illustrate how superpowers exploit the political crises…

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  • Is army coming to power in Pakistan?

    Enayet Karim : Elections in Pakistan are full of drama. But this time the drama seems to be a bit too much. The country’s election commission ECP took three days to announce the election results! As the result announcement is over, the next scene of the drama is being staged…

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  • Tension continues in BD-Myanmar border

    As Arakan Army takes control Enayet Karim: Tensions in the Ghumdhum-Tamburu border area of Bangladesh’s Bandarban district have eased on Friday after continuous clashes for the past few days.However, after this conflict, the Arakan Army took control of Rakhine State on Tuesday. As a result, military patrol posts along the…

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  • India-Bangladesh relation not comparable with China

    Amitabh Bhattsali : Bangladesh Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud, who is visiting India, said that although China is Bangladesh’s development partner, there is no comparison between India-Bangladesh relations with Dhaka’s relations with them or any other country. They have ‘blood relation’ with India.Mahmood said that in his meeting with Indian External…

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  • Panic across the border

    Enayet Karim : One by one areas in Myanmar are being lost to the junta forces. Members of the country’s army, border guards, BGP, police and other agencies are largely helpless against the insurgent armed groups. Also yesterday, Arakan Army of Arakan State occupied a town named Minbia.Two military battalions…

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  • China reluctant in fresh loan

    Interested for trade in Chinese currency Rabiul Haque : Chinese loan discount for Bangladesh reduced. Again, the country has not given any new promise of financing any project in recent times. China’s debt relief has been brisking in the past two fiscal years. At this time, big projects were also…

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