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Another economic disas-Dar

The News International 31 Jan 2023
Both India and Bangladesh have crossed six per cent a total of fourteen times since 2000 ... Bangladesh has done it four times. Both India and Bangladesh have the same legacy British legal system, largely similar judiciaries, and largely similar natural resource advantages and disadvantages.
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Centre should bring policy for foreigners: Meghalaya IPS officer

Indian Express 27 Jan 2023
\u201cThe Rohingya issue is even more complex because they are Myanmarese refugees who are now infiltrating into India from Bangladesh. Whenever, illegal Rohingya refugees are caught and legal processes are initiated for deportation to either Bangladesh or Myanmar, both the countries refuse to accept them back.
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Bangladeshi Journalist: I Was Kidnapped for Telling the Truth

Voa News 19 Jan 2023
In mid-morning on December 25, Abu Azad, a journalist for the daily Business Standard newspaper, was documenting activity at what he believed to be an illegal brick kiln operating in Bangladesh.� ... Journalists in Bangladesh say reporting on illicit activities is always a risk.� ... "In Bangladesh, no cases have been adequately or legally investigated.
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HRW denounces increased police abuse against Rohingyas in Bangladesh

La Prensa Latina 17 Jan 2023
HRW urged the Bangladeshi authorities to “investigate allegations of widespread extortion and wrongful detention,” as well as develop a security policy for the Rohingyas in Bangladesh, who, it said, “lack recognized legal status, which puts them on a precarious ...
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Bangladesh: Rampant Police Abuse of Rohingya Refugees

Human Rights Watch 17 Jan 2023
Human Rights Watch and others have long documented the common practice by Bangladesh security forces of framing suspects with drugs or weapons ... Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh lack recognized legal status, which puts them on a precarious footing under domestic law and makes them vulnerable to rights violations.
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Bangladesh Officials Pledge to ‘Reform’ Sanctioned Elite Force

Voa News 16 Jan 2023
After his meeting with Lu, Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen told reporters that his government would certainly do its best to address the human rights-related allegations against RAB ... sanctions on RAB, “extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances momentarily dropped” in Bangladesh.
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Bangladesh Officials Pledge to Reform Sanctioned Elite Force

Beijing News 16 Jan 2023
After his meeting with Lu, Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen told reporters that his government would certainly do its best to address the human rights-related allegations against RAB ... sanctions on RAB, "extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances momentarily dropped" in Bangladesh.
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Rohingya Woman Recounts Agonizing Sea Crossing

Beijing News 10 Jan 2023
The approximately 200 passengers aboard the boat that had left Bangladesh on November 25, all of them Rohingya refugees, had run out of food and water ... I implore the international community to make arrangements so that Habiba can legally travel to Malaysia from Bangladesh and reunite with Salima and me.
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Major high street fashion brands reportedly paying below the cost of production

Phys Dot Org 09 Jan 2023
Large fashion brands sourcing clothes from Bangladesh for the U.K ... Bangladesh is the second largest garments exporter in the world, providing millions of garments to the U.K ... Nearly two-thirds of the factories reported receiving some financial support from the Bangladesh government or Bangladeshi banks in order to remain afloat.
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A potential game changer

Dawn 30 Dec 2022
The Accord has been put in place by the 2021 International Accord for Health and Safety in the Textile and Garment Industry which succeeded the 2013 and 2018 Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh ... Bangladesh is recognised as the second-largest apparel exporting country in the world.
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Countries that allow easy status change for transgender people 允許更改性別登記的國家

Taipei Times 26 Dec 2022
According to the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA), at least 25 UN member states “allow for legal gender recognition without prohibitive requirements.” ... Pakistan in 2009 became one of the first to legally recognize a third sex ... From 2018, transgender people have been able to register to vote as a third gender in neighboring Bangladesh.
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MHA’s citizenship portal to soon accept expired documents from non-Muslim minority communities: source

The Hindu 18 Dec 2022
This will benefit Hindu, Sikh, Parsi, Christian, Buddhist and Jain migrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who entered India legally over 11 years ago, but whose passports and visas have since expired ....
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Home Ministry’s citizenship portal to soon accept expired documents from non-Muslim minority communities: source

The Hindu 18 Dec 2022
This will benefit Hindu, Sikh, Parsi, Christian, Buddhist and Jain migrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who entered India legally over 11 years ago, but whose passports and visas have since expired ....
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Rohit Sharma suffers thumb injury, taken to the hospital for scans

Indian Express 07 Dec 2022
Bangladesh lead the three-ODI series 1-0 ... Deport more, give others legal status. Tags. Bangladesh vs India Rohit Sharma ... .

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