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Maharashtra: Bangla is new weapon in police dept's language wa...

DGP Satish Mathur refused to reveal the location of these labs but confirmed that they were situated inside Maharashtra. THE BATTLE against terrorism has prompted Maharashtra Police to start language laboratories where officers are being taught ... Indian Express, 18 hours ago

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More Rohingyas flee to Bangladesh as violence spreads in Myanmar

The Dhaka government summoned Myanmar's ambassador on Wednesday to express concern at the situation * Bangladesh summons Myanmar envoy, expresses concern * Says "thousands" have crossed, more gathering at border * Fleeing Rohingya describe ...
 AlertNet1 week ago Rohingyas plight  DAWN Group4 days ago India wants tranquility on Bangladesh-Myanmar borders: envoy  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago Rohingya Muslims 'squeezed by callous actions' of Myanmar and Bangladesh - Amnesty International  EuroNews1 week ago
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Clashes in Rakhine State: Rohingya refugees stopped at Bangladesh border

Naypyiadaw (AsiaNews) The situation of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims is getting worse. In the past two months, Myanmar soldiers have been driving them towards the border with Bangladesh, where thousands are seeking refuge. In the last two weeks, ...
 AsiaNews.it6 days ago Bangladesh shuts border to Rohingya refugees  Kashmir Observer1 week ago Bangladesh Keeps Border Shut for Myanmar Rohingyas  VOA News1 week ago Bangladesh Keeps Border Shut for Rohingyas  GlobalSecurity.org1 week ago
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NDTV India ban: Press freedom in India is still better than in China, Bangladesh and Turkey

While the NDTV India ban is certainly scary, the situation in a country can only be properly judged once it is compared to other countries. The post NDTV India ban: Press freedom in India is still better than in China, Bangladesh and Turkey appeared first on ...
 First Post.com4 weeks ago Post Uri attack, prevailing situation not conducive for SAARC summit: Bangladesh envoy  Sify2 months ago India calls on Pakistan to introspect on what relationship it wants within SAARC  Sify2 months ago Emphasis to harness BCIM economic corridor at NE connectivity summit of FICCI  Sify2 months ago
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Pak postpones Saarc summit; now Lanka also pulls out

With Sri Lanka too joining India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan to underline that the situation is not conducive for holding the Saarc summit in Pakistan, Islamabad on Friday formally postponed the conclave. Pakistan, however, stated that it remained ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Sri Lanka Heroics Not Good Enough Against AHF Odd Ruling  Epoch Times1 week ago PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Sri Lanka Prez on sidelines of BRICS Summit  Sify1 month ago Cross-border terror top of SAARC agenda: Sri Lankan PM Ranil Wickremesinghe  Rediff.com2 months ago
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J&K situation wouldn't have worsened if Rahul Gandhi was PM: Bharat Solanki

He said that late PM Indira Gandhi had displayed great courage and got Bangladesh separated from Pakistan in 1971 war
 Business Standard2 months ago

BGB, BGP discuss border situation

Additional Director General Brig Gen Farid Hassan led the 27-member Bangladesh side while Brig Gen Tu San Lin of the BGP led a 32-member delegation at the meeting. They discussed the continuous illegal migration of Rohingyas and smuggling. The ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

Politics, Security, and Extremism in Bangladesh and Policy Implications for the Trump Administration

Bangladesh, situated in volatile South Asia, is often overlooked in Washington despite its turbulent political environment and troubling levels of extremism. How do Bangladeshis feel about their country and its future direction? What future trends ...
 Wilson Center1 week ago

Mynamar: 21,000 Rohingya Muslims flee to Bangladesh

Rohingya flee Rakhine state following alleged crackdown by government forces, which Myanmar denies. Around 21,000 members of the Rohingya Muslim minority have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence in neighbouring Myanmar in recent weeks, the ...
 International Business Times UK1 hour ago OHCHR: Myanmar's Rohingya may be enduring crimes against humanity  Sudanese Media Centre5 days ago 10,000 Rohingya from Myanmar Have Landed in Bangladesh: UN  News EasyBranches.com5 days ago Myanmar pursues ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims: UN official  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago
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Bangladeshi women club inducts man as president

Wives of the male teachers of Jahangirnagar University had formed a women's club in 1982, earmarking the position of the forum for wives of incumbent vice chancellors. A women's club in Bangladesh has inducted a man as its president after his wife ...
 Indian Express3 hours ago Bangladesh on the improve, need mental maturity: David Capel  Cricbuzz.com9 hours ago Women in Parliament: Bangladesh ranks 8th in Asia  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Bangladesh 8th in Asian women political representation  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago
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