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    Mitsubishi to acquire 25% take in Bangladesh LNG terminal - Economic Times

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    Mitsubishi to acquire 25% take in Bangladesh LNG terminal
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    Japan's Mitsubishi Corp on Friday said it has agreed to acquire 25% of Bangladesh's Summit Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal and plans to help develop an offshore receiving site in the South Asian country. The other 75% of the Summit LNG terminal ...
    Japan Mitsubishi Corp to acquire 25 percent stake in Bangladesh LNG terminalReuters
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    PIL in Supreme Court challenges DVC exporting concessional coal power to Bangladesh
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    The power ministry's technical arm, Central Electricity Authority (CEA), recently allowed DVC, through its power trader NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Ltd, to enter into long- and short-term power supply contracts of 300 MW each with Bangladesh. DVC won the...

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    Bangladesh, which is currently importing around 700 MW of power from India, is looking to ramp up its electricity import from the country to 10,000MW in the long term, a power division official of the neighbouring nation said here today. The power ...
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    Ashok Leyland bags order for 300 buses from Bangladesh - Economic Times

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    Ashok Leyland bags order for 300 buses from Bangladesh
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    NEW DELHI: Hinduja flagship firm Ashok Leyland today said it has bagged an order from Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) for supply of 300 buses. The order is for double-decker buses which have been procured against a tender under Indian...
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    An embattled government in Bangladesh - Observer Research Foundation

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    An embattled government in Bangladesh
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    In Bangladesh, these are testing times for the government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. In recent weeks, it has been an embattled administration she has presided over, with students in two phases emerging on the streets to demand that wrongs be ...
    Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina says Vajpayee's death is a day of great sadnessTimes of India

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    Ashok Leyland bags order from Bangladesh - The Hindu BusinessLine

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    Ashok Leyland bags order from Bangladesh
    The Hindu BusinessLine
    Leading truck and bus maker Ashok Leyland has won an order from Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) for the supply of 300 double-decker buses for an undisclosed sum. They are to help in decongesting the busy roads of Dhaka, the capital...
    Ashok Leyland bags order for 300 double decker buses from BangladeshThe Quint

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    Indian U-15 women confident ahead of clash against Bangladesh in SAFF final - Sportstarlive

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    Indian U-15 women confident ahead of clash against Bangladesh in SAFF final
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    The Indian U-15 women's national football team will take on Bangladesh in the final of the age-group SAFF Championship in a rematch of the 2017 edition here on Saturday. Ahead of the clash, the Indian team expressed confidence. “We are ready for the...
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    Bangladesh detains dozens in student protest crackdown - Channel NewsAsia

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    Bangladesh detains dozens in student protest crackdown
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    DHAKA: Bangladesh police said on Thursday (Aug 16) they have arrested nearly 100 people as they step up a crackdown after student protests that paralysed the capital. Dhaka and other cities were brought to a standstill for more than a week by tens of...
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    Q&A: Bangladesh 'wants sustainable return for Rohingya' - Aljazeera.com

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    Q&A: Bangladesh 'wants sustainable return for Rohingya'
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    Dhaka, Bangladesh - Almost a year ago, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya living in Myanmar's Rakhine state crossed the border into Bangladesh to escape a brutal campaign of mass killings, rape and arson by Myanmar's security forces. Today, more than...
    Bangladesh Agrees to Remove 'Myanmar National' From Rohingya ID CardsRadio Free Asia
    Myanmar Asks Bangladesh to Stop Calling Rohingya Refugees 'Nationals,' 'Forcibly Displaced'The Irrawaddy News Magazine
    Why Facebook is losing the war on hate speech in MyanmarReuters

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    Myanmar, Bangladesh agree to remove 'national' tag from Rohingya ID Cards - Daily Sabah

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    Myanmar, Bangladesh agree to remove 'national' tag from Rohingya ID Cards
    Daily Sabah
    Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed to replace the term "Forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals" to "Displaced persons from Rakhine State" on registration cards issued to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar. Myanmar made the demand during a meeting last...
    ISCG Monsoon Emergency Response Update - Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh (8- 14 August 2018)ReliefWeb

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