Myanmar junta revokes publishing licence over book on Rohingya

Myanmar’s junta has revoked the licence of a publishing house for selling a popular foreign book on the military’s brutal crackdown on the Rohingya minority, state media said on Tuesday. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled Buddhist-majority Myanmar during a military crackdown

3-month travel, fishing ban in Sundarbans

The forest department has slapped a three-month ban on tourists in the Sundarbans between June and August as the months are the wild animals’ breeding season. The authorities made the decision as per the recommendation made by the Integrated Resource Management Plan

Fishing and tourism in Sundarbans banned for 3 months

The forest authorities have banned fishing and tourism in Sundarbans for commencing from 1 June, UNB reports. “These three months are the breeding season for most of the species of fish and hence the imposition of the ban in accordance with the

Bangladesh to get additional 1500 MW electricity from India

In a major disclosure, Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that they would suppy additional 1500 MW of electricity to Bangladesh. Bangladesh currently receives 1,160 MW electricity from the neighbouring country, reports UNB. Addressing a “NADI (River) Conclave 2022” in

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