Angry Comey Attacking Trump

  The United States bombastic president Donald Trump fired the head of FBI James Comey in may 2017, what was a bit insulting to the head of Federal Bureau of Investigation. Now, James Comey’s angry and he is saying something that may create some problem in trump’s presidency. James Comey Once deputy vice president of Lockheed Martin the biggest military contractor of US army and former director of FBI is now attacking trump in every possible way.  James Comey personal opinion about the president is eye-catching. the credibility of the former FBI…

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Myanmar’s Publicity stunt of Rohingya Repatriating

As on April 14, 2018, Myanmar government claimed that they started the repetition of Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh by taking a five-member family from the no man’s land of Bangladesh Mayanamar Border. It seems like a publicity stunt and no positive willingness to take back 7000000 Rohingya Muslim living miserably in Bangladesh refugee camp. Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed in January to complete a voluntary repatriation of the refugees in two years. Myanmar set up two reception centres and what it says is a temporary camp near the border in Rakhine to…

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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  “   In order to further intensify surveillance in the  Bay of Bengal and enhance the force’s combat capability, Bangladesh Navy on December 22 received the two China made submarines.Earlier on November 14, Rear Admiral Liu Zizhu…

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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 signed joint venture agreements worth $13 billion with Bangladeshi companies. Jiang Jingkui, director of the Centre of South Asian Studies at Beijing University, told the China Daily that “the South Asia region, which was not…

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Invest in Bangladesh

In recent years, the economy of Bangladesh has been taking a extensive turn . Bangladesh’s economy has grown at a consistent, blistering rate of more than 6 percent, making it one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Bangladesh is a winning combination of competitive market, business-friendly environment and competitive cost structure. Today, the Bangladeshi economy stands at about $180 billion. According to the World Bank, and IMF that will rise to $322 billion by 2021, creating many more scalable investment opportunities . Its economy remained strong and resilient despite external…

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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 would become part of the country’s naval fleet at the beginning of next year. The Ming-class submarines (Type 035) are medium sized diesel-electric submarines. In the 1960s China reverse engineered the Russian Romeo Class into…

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WATER CRISIS IN BANGLADESH- By Karen B. Roberts

Overpumping in Dhaka may threaten regional groundwater resources outside the city A new paper by the University of Delaware’s Holly Michael and Mahfuzur Khan and colleagues, out today in Nature Communications, reveals that overpumping of groundwater in Dhaka, Bangladesh, may have unforeseen consequences for citizens living in communities outside the city center. With a population of over 15 million people, Dhaka — the capital of Bangladesh — is considered a mega-city and shares many of the water management problems common to other major cities. While efforts are made to sustain…

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