Chechen schoolgirls Now Can wear Hijab in School

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his own position on the issue of hijabs in 2012, when he opposed them being worn in schools. He said that although people’s religious feelings must be respected, Russia is a secular state. “We should see how our neighbors, European states deal with [wearing hijabs]. And everything will become clear,” […]

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We Never Compromised with anybody ,Bangladesh to Give Befitting Reply if Attacked – PM Sheikh Hasina

  Our Honorable prime minister the daughter of Father of the nation Sheikh Hasina  said in the commissioning of Bangladesh Navy Submarine Fleet ” Bangladesh is a peaceful nation , Its foreign policy is to maintain friendship with all . But Bangladesh never compromised with anybody when it came to its self respect  “   […]

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Bangladesh China Signed 25 Billion dollar Investment agreement .

BANGLADESH celebrated forty years of relations with China in 2015 and formally declared its joining in China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) initiative during the visit of China’s President Xi Jinping in 2016. During Xi’s visit, the two governments signed 27 agreements involving $US24.45 billion in assistance and investment for Bangladesh. Moreover, 13 Chinese corporations […]

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Ming Class Attack Submarine in Bangladesh navy

Bangladesh took delivery on Monday of its first submarines, bought from China, as it seeks to boost its naval power in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh paid a reported $203 million for the two submarines, a deal that reflects the country’s growing economic and defence ties with Beijing. Armed forces spokeswoman Taposhi Rabeya said they […]

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MBDA – Anti-FIAC Capability to CWSP Naval Warfare Solution

With a significant presence in five European countries and within the USA, in 2012 MBDA achieved a turnover of 3 billion euros with an order book of 9.8 billion euros. With more than 90 armed forces customers in the world, MBDA is a world leader in missiles and missile systems. MBDA is the only group […]

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Bangladesh-Burma border Conflict : 2000

By Moazzem Hossain in Dhaka Bangladesh has sent reinforcements to its border with Burma after reports of Burmese troops deployment in the area. Bangladeshi security officials say they have also put their forces on alert after receiving reports that Burma was laying landmines in border areas. Journalists from a border town say the sudden increase […]

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Rohingya refugees returning to Burma 1998

The repatriation process was stalled for more than 16 months and only last week the dates for its resumption were finalized. At least 21,000 Rohingya refugees are now camped in two shelters in Cox’s Bazar, and Burma has so far agreed to take back only seven thousand of them. About 250,000 Muslims fled to Bangladesh […]

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