Monthly Archives: February 2010

Bangladesh detains suspected 5 Pakistani militants

Five operatives of Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad have been arrested in the capital Dhaka, a Rab official said on Sunday.

Of the five, one is a Pakistani national while the remaining four are Bangladeshi citizens, Rab Assistant Director (media wing) Mohammad Kamaruzzaman said

The arrested are: Rezwan Ahmed, 26, of Karachi, Pakistan, two brothers — Imazuddin alias Munna and Sadek Hossain alias Khoka — sons of Mohiuddin of Hajiganj thana in Chandpur, Abu Naser Munshi of the same district, and Nannu Mia alias Belal Mandol of Kotwali thana in Sylhet.Rab Intelligence Wing and Rab-2 in a drive from around 1:30am to 6:30am arrested the militants at 5/F Sukanya Tower near the Gausia Market on the city’s Mirpur road.

The militant suspects belong to Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad group which is reportedly responsible for the 2001 terrorist attacks on the Indian Parliament in New Delhi, said Colonel Matiur Rahman, additional director general of Bangladesh’s elite Rapid Action Battalion.

Rezwan at a press briefing at the Rab headquarters confessed that he had been working as a coordinator of Jaish-e-Mohammad in Bangladesh and also a recruiting agent for conducting operations in India

Bangladesh Climate Change Trust Fund Act, 2010- Approved

Climate Change Trust Fund Act, 2010 The government will promulgate an act to use climate change fund judiciously and transparently so that benefits reach the affected people properly.Bangladesh is one of the most precarious countries facing climate change. People of … read more

“Climate Change Fund”It should be a country-led programme rather than a World Bank-led one

Regarding climate change Bangladesh has voiced strong opposition to plans by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) to provide close to US$100 million in climate change aid – because of its delivery through the World Bank. ?We are strongly … read more

Japan keen to help Bangladesh’s public buildings earthquake resistant

Eart quake is a massive distructive natural disaster. japan faces the nature for long time with tecnical upgradation of earth quake registance tecnology. Source The Japanese government will actively consider providing financial support to Bangladesh for retrofitting its all public … read more

Today -Bangladesh Celebrating “Josney Julush” EID-E- Milad-un-Nabi

Happy birth Day of the greatest Man of the World “MUHAMMAD” LETS SPIRIT UP WITH MUHAMMAD IDEAL Chittagong: Bangladesh today celebrating EID on the Birth Day of Prophet Muhammad p.b.u.h?.Today( 12 Rabi Awwa)Milad-un-Nabi? -27-02-2010 almost 20 lac muslim Muhammad lover … read more

1Q10 Bangladesh Mobile Operator forecast 2009-2014.-subsciber reach 72.7 Million

http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/1cd52b/1q10_bangladesh_mo has announced the addition of IE Market Research Corp.’s new report “1Q10 Bangladesh Mobile Operator Forecast, 2009 – 2014: Bangladesh will have 72.7 Million Wireless Subscribers in 2014 with Warid’s Market Share Increasing over the Next 5 Years” to … read more

UK sending ships to scrap yards in Bangladesh-with little or no safety regulations

www.theecologist.org According to an Ecologist investigation, UK companies are among those using loopholes in European and international law to sell ships to Bangladesh scrap yards with little or no safety regulations. The ship breaking industry is booming in Southern Bangladesh … read more

Chevron (CVX.N) to share its stake in a gas block with GS Caltex

Bangladesh’s oil and gas authority said on Wednesday it had approved a plan by U.S. energy firm Chevron (CVX.N) to share its stake in a gas block with a leading South Korean oil company. Bangladesh approved the U.S. firm’s plan … read more

Bangladesh ship breakers protest new standards-Prohibition of toxic

CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh ? Bangladesh’s ship breaking yards ground to a halt Monday as some 30,000 workers protested a government decree aimed at improving environmental standards in the industry, police said. Under a government order issued in late January said, ships … read more