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Bangladesh won't let its citizens see a film about its deadliest industrial ... - Quartz

QuartzBangladesh won't let its citizens see a film about its deadliest industrial ...QuartzMovies can elicit strong emotions when they recreate traumatic events, and in Bangladesh, perhaps no subject matter more so than the deadly 2013 factory collapse at Rana Plaza in Bangladesh, which killed 1,134 and shook up the nation's rapidly growing ...and more »

Bangladesh arrests 2 more suspects in killing of secular blogger - CTV News

CTV NewsBangladesh arrests 2 more suspects in killing of secular bloggerCTV NewsDHAKA, Bangladesh -- Police in Bangladesh have arrested two more suspected members of a banned militant group thought to be behind the slaying of a secular blogger, the fourth such killing this year. Dhaka Metropolitan police official Mahbub Alam said ...Bangladesh Blogger Death: 2 More Suspects Arrested In Connection With Niloy ...International Business TimesBangladesh police arrest two more suspects in blogger slayingAl Jazeera Americaall 79 news articles »

In Bangladesh, no one is above the law - The Hill (blog)

In Bangladesh, no one is above the lawThe Hill (blog)In the past two years, strikes, arson, street violence and broad-daylight assassinations have wracked Bangladesh. The instigators have been the opposition political party called the Bangladesh Nationalist Party or BNP along with its extremist ally, the ...and more »

Why Did Bangladesh Just Launch a Raid Against Myanmar Separatists? - The Diplomat

The DiplomatWhy Did Bangladesh Just Launch a Raid Against Myanmar Separatists?The DiplomatThe remote hills on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border have been home to a range of separatist groups from neighboring Myanmar for decades. The groups ? including the Arakan Army which was formed in 2009 and fights for the independence of Arakan state ...Fighting erupts between Bangladesh, Arakan ArmyMyanmar TimesBangladesh launches raid on Myanmar separatistsThe HinduMyanmar sends 125 more boat people back to Bangladeshwww.worldbulletin.netDaily Timesall 61 news articles »

Next Big Thing In Bangladesh ? Solar Irrigation Pumps - CleanTechnica

CleanTechnicaNext Big Thing In Bangladesh ? Solar Irrigation PumpsCleanTechnicaIf you have any interest in the off grid solar space, you would certainly be aware of Bangladesh's success in promoting solar home systems. At the last count, the country had installed over 3.8 million solar home systems since 2003. Scattered across ...

Heartbreaking Photos Show A Child Bride's Wedding In Bangladesh - Huffington Post

Huffington PostHeartbreaking Photos Show A Child Bride's Wedding In BangladeshHuffington Post<span class='image-component__caption' itemprop="caption">15 Credit: Allison Joyce/Getty Images 15-year-old Nasoin Akhter is consoled by a friend on the day of her wedding to a 32-year-old man, Aug. 20, 2015 in Manikganj, Bangladesh. Share on ...Child Marriage in BangladeshABC Newsall 8 news articles »

Bangladesh: Cricket tournament for people with physical disabilities - ICRC (press release)

The Express TribuneBangladesh: Cricket tournament for people with physical disabilitiesICRC (press release)Bangladesh: Cricket tournament for people with physical disabilities. Video. 27 August 2015. This video showcases the willpower of Bangladesh's Physically Challenged Cricket Team, and their brave and indomitable players.Pakistan geared up for disabled cricket series in BangladeshThe Express Tribuneall 9 news articles »

The 'saddest bride I have ever seen': Child marriage is as popular as ever in ... - Washington Post

The 'saddest bride I have ever seen': Child marriage is as popular as ever in ...Washington PostOn her wedding day, 15-year- old Nasoin Akhter looked ?melancholic,? according to photographer Allison Joyce, who documented the teenage girl's wedding to her 32-year-old husband, Mohammad Hasamur Rahman, last week in Manikganj, Bangladesh.

Airtel revives plans to sell Sri Lanka, Bangladesh assets - Moneycontrol.com

Airtel revives plans to sell Sri Lanka, Bangladesh assetsMoneycontrol.comIndia's largest telecoms firm Bharti Airtel has revived plans to sell its Sri Lanka and Bangladesh operations and has appointed two bankers to conduct the sale. The move is part of the company's plan to consolidate its operations, reduce debt and get ...and more »

Bangladesh export adds to onion crisis - Times of India

Times of IndiaBangladesh export adds to onion crisisTimes of IndiaMALDA: Just when the Indian government is planning to take the import route to keep supply of onions on the common man's platter steady, the pricey commodity is being sold at almost half the price in Bangladesh. Thanks to rampant export through the ...India, Bangladesh resort to onion imports as supply dipsEconomic TimesRPT-Bangladesh, India resort to onion imports as supply dipsReutersBangladesh, India resort to onion imports as supply dipsIBNLiveBangladesh News 24 hoursall 35 news articles »





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