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Bangladesh riots: Prime suspect Iqbal Hossain arrested from Cox's Bazar

Hindustan Times 22 Oct 2021
The senior officer said Hossain, who was earlier accused of keeping the Islamic holy book Quran at a Durga Puja venue, was nabbed from the Shugandha beach area of Cox's Bazar around 10.10pm.
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Delhi Metro begins training of Dhaka Metro's operations, maintenance personnel

Beijing News 20 Oct 2021
... and maintenance staff' of Dhaka Metro. "The training of the first batch of Dhaka Metro core staff and officers, comprising of 19 Operations and 17 Rolling Stock officials, by DMRC officials, commenced at the Delhi Metro Rail Academy from October 14, 2021," DMRC informed.
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Bangladesh communal violence: 5 killed in clash between police, attackers at Lakshmi Narayan Akhra temple

India TV 20 Oct 2021
Commenting on the incident, Md Harunur Rashid, officer-in-charge of Hajiganj Police Station said the victim was transferred to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) from Comilla Medical Hospital for better ...
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Bangladesh Durga Puja attacks: Death toll in communal violence rises to 5

DNA India 20 Oct 2021
The fresh death toll has been confirmed by Md Harunur Rashid, officer-in-charge of Hajiganj Police Station as quoted by Dhaka Tribune.  ... Also read ... In the communal violence, several puja venues were vandalised across the nation, namely, in Chandpur, Chittagong, Gazipur, Bandarban, Chapainawabganj, and Moulvibazar, reported Dhaka Tribune ... .
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Ahead of COP26, global leaders to gather in Nairobi to share new research on benefits of adaptation action in Africa

Reliefweb 20 Oct 2021
The GCA has a worldwide network of regional offices in Abidjan, Ivory Coast; Dhaka, Bangladesh and Beijing, China. Through this evolving network of offices and global and regional GCA teams, the organization engages in high-level policy activities, new research contributions, ...
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DMRC training Dhaka Metro's officials

The Times of India 19 Oct 2021
DMRC training Dhaka Metro's first batch of officials ... "The training of the first batch of Dhaka Metro core staff and officers, comprising of 19 operations and 17 rolling stock (trains) officials, by DMRC officials, commenced at the Delhi Metro Rail Academy from October 14, 2021," Dayal said.
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DMRC training Dhaka Metro's first batch of officials

The Times of India 19 Oct 2021
"The training of the first batch of Dhaka Metro core staff and officers, comprising of 19 operations and 17 rolling stock (trains) officials, by DMRC officials, commenced at the Delhi Metro Rail Academy from October 14, 2021," Dayal said ... "Dhaka Metro will soon be ...
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'Attacks on Durga Puja pandals pre-planned', says Bangladesh home minister

Hindustan Times 18 Oct 2021
"Not only in Comilla, but attempts were also made to destabilize the country previously through communal violence in Ramu and Nasirnagar," Khan was quoted as saying by Dhaka Tribune ... Clashes took place in Chandpur, Chittagong, Gazipur, Bandarban, Chapainawabganj, and Moulvibazar and resulted in several casualties, reported Dhaka Tribune.
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Bangladesh Police book over 4000 protesters for clashes over Cumilla incident

Hindustan Times 17 Oct 2021
Mohammad Salauddin Mia, officer in-charge of Paltan police station said that the case was filed naming as many as 11 people, along with 2000-2500 unnamed protesters, adding that so far, five people have been arrested in connection with the violent clashes, Dhaka Tribune reported.
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Bangladesh Durga Puja violence: Vandalism continues; minorities call for countrywide hunger strike

The Times of India 17 Oct 2021
DHAKA ... Hindu-owned temples and shops in Feni, about 157 kms from the country's capital, have been vandalised and robbed during fresh clashes on Saturday which broke out after an attack on demonstrators who were protesting against the attacks on Durga Puja venues in several places in Bangladesh, the Dhaka Tribune newspaper reported.
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Bangla Durga Puja violence: Vandalism continues; minorities call for countrywide hunger strike

Indian Express 17 Oct 2021
Hindu-owned temples and shops in Feni, about 157 kms from the country’s capital, have been vandalised and robbed during fresh clashes on Saturday which broke out after an attack on demonstrators who were protesting against the attacks on Durga Puja venues in several places in Bangladesh, the Dhaka Tribune newspaper reported.
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Hasina meets Hindu leaders after India’s concern over clashes

Dawn 16 Oct 2021
DHAKA ... On Friday up to 2,500 Muslim worshippers gathered outside Baitul Mukarram Masjid, Bangladesh’s largest mosque in central Dhaka, demanding “exemplary punishment” for the “desecration”. “They brought out a procession and then hurled sandals and bricks at our officers.
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Sheikh Hasina meets Hindu leaders after India’s concern over clashes

Dawn 16 Oct 2021
DHAKA ... On Friday up to 2,500 Muslim worshippers gathered outside Baitul Mukarram Masjid, Bangladesh’s largest mosque in central Dhaka, demanding “exemplary punishment” for the “desecration”. “They brought out a procession and then hurled sandals and bricks at our officers.
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Fresh attack on a temple as tension remains in Bangladesh

Hindustan Times 15 Oct 2021
Shops and houses of Hindus were allegedly vandalised when the mob took out a rally in Noakhali’s Begumganj Upazila, Dhaka Times reported quoting superintendent of police (Circle Begumganj) Md Shah Imran ... Sazzadur Rahman, Dhaka’s deputy police commissioner, said at least five officers were injured and three protesters were held.
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UN agrees to support Rohingya refugees on Bangladesh island

La Prensa Latina 10 Oct 2021
Dhaka, Oct 9 ... The office of the UN resident coordinator in Bangladesh said in a statement that the agreement would allow a close cooperation between Dhaka and the UN on services and activities to the benefit of the increasing numbers of Rohingya refugees living on the island.

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