Abdur Rahman:: St. Martins isfacing economic degradation due to the ubiquity of concrete structures. Two years ago, the court ordered the demolition of illegal hotels and buildings on the island. Reportedly, 1.5 km from the jetty-ghat, son of former UP member Rashid Ahmed, Belal Uddin was found constructing a home.
UkhiyaNews.Com:: A man has been killed and another injured as Border Guard Bangladesh troops opened fire after chaos erupted at a polling centre in Bandarban’s Naikhongchhari in the fifth phase of Union Council election. The incident took place at the polling centre at Patrajhiri Government Primary School of the upazila’s
UNB:: Unicef and the European Union launched a peacebuilding programme for 20,500 adolescents and youth from the Bangladeshi and Rohingya communities to strengthen social cohesion in Cox’s Bazar. The first centres or “social hubs” for the peacebuilding programme were inaugurated in Jamtoli and Shamlapur this week, with three more opening
NewsDesk;; The U.N.’s independent investigator on Myanmar says it’s not safe for hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled to Bangladesh to return because Myanmar has failed to dismantle its “system of persecution” of Rohingyas. Yanghee Lee said in a report to the General Assembly circulated Friday that living
Myanmar has agreed to issue national identity cards or NIDs to all Rohingyas after verifying their credentials, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has said, hailing it as an “achievement” of Bangladesh during the just-concluded UN General Assembly in New York. The foreign ministers of Bangladesh and neighbouring Myanmar discussed the
ukhiyaNews.com:: United Nations agencies have launched the second phase of their Disaster Risk Reduction activities in the host community of Cox’s Bazar, alongside partners and local authorities. The International Organization for Migration (IOM), the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), and the World Food Programme (WFP) launched the activities on Tuesday.
On September 23, police had arrested three temporary staff of the Chittagong District Election office, over their alleged involvement in the fraudulent activities Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda says the Election Commission is not at fault for many Rohingyas having managed to fraudulently get their hands on Bangladeshi
This crisis now becoming a regional threat, she tells UNGA Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has placed a four-point proposal at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to resolve the Rohingya crisis which is becoming a regional threat. She urged the international community to understand the untenability