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Rivers contain hidden sinks and sources of microplastics, study finds

Phys Dot Org 26 Sep 2023
Imogen Napper, a Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth and National Geographic Explorer, said, "We have known for some time that rivers are key pathways for the transfer of microplastics to marine environments ... Gawsia Wahidunnessa Chowdhury, country lead in Bangladesh, ...

Traders flag slow labour-intensive exports' growth

The Economic Times 26 Sep 2023
... gems and jewellery, marine products, and plastics compared to countries like Bangladesh, China, and Vietnam.

Full text of Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina’s speech at UNGA

Blitz 23 Sep 2023
I assure you of Bangladesh delegation’s full cooperation throughout the session ... We are implementing the “Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100” ... Bangladesh has also recently announced her “Indo-Pacific Outlook”, emphasizing inclusive, sustainable and collaborative use of shipping routes and marine resources in the Indo-Pacific region.

Prized Bangladeshi Hilsas to hit Indian markets before Durga Puja

Deccan Herald 21 Sep 2023
As in previous years, Bangladesh will open up export of Hilsa to India ahead of the Durga Puja, the country’s diplomats, posted in Kolkata, said on Wednesday.</p>.<p>Mintu Pal, 42, a wholesale dealer of marine products here, said, “Padma Hilsa gets snapped up in the market regardless of the price.

Bangladesh Prime Minsiter Sheikh Hasina arrives in New York to attend 78th UN General Assembly

Beijing News 18 Sep 2023
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday arrived in New York to attend the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Bangladesh-based Dhaka Tribune reported. She landed at the John F Kennedy International Airport in New York at 8.42 am (Bangladesh time) on Monday ... On October 3, she will depart for Bangladesh.

Over 50 killed in Indian Himalayas as rain triggers landslides

Khaleejtimes 14 Aug 2023
AFP. "This number can rise further because 20 people are still trapped," he said ... Twitter ... ALSO READ. Magnitude 5.5 earthquake strikes India-Bangladesh border At least 24 killed in India after heavy rains. Officials Filipino mariner rescued off the coast of Kerala after Indian coast guard carries out mid-sea medical evacuation ... .

Sri Lanka Eager To Collaborate With Bangladesh On Tourism

MENA FN 01 Jul 2023
(menafn - bangladesh monitor) dhaka . sri lanka is eager to work with bangladesh to promote tourism between the two countries by exploring historical links and marine archaeology. a delegation from ... .

Research shows more than 90% of global aquaculture faces substantial risk from environmental change

Phys Dot Org 26 Jun 2023
"We have only scratched the surface in our understanding of how environmental stressors are connected, and how they can both negatively impact the production and safety of the resulting blue foods," said Ling Cao, co-lead author and professor at the State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science at Xiamen University.

Bangladesh seeks refined fuels for July-Dec

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 30 May 2023
Bangladesh is seeking 95-octane gasoline, gasoil with 0.005% sulphur ...

Cyclone Mocha in Myanmar and Bangladesh: 10 latest updates

Hindustan Times 14 May 2023
Hundreds of thousands of people were evacuated from the coasts of Myanmar and Bangladesh as Cyclone Mocha- the region's most powerful cyclone for over a decade- is set to hit ... A drone view shows fishermen portaging their boats to safer ground due to Cyclone Mocha, in Teknaf Marine Drive, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.(Reuters).

Strategic Significance of 6th Indian Ocean Conference

Kashmir Observer 12 May 2023
THE sixth international Indian Ocean Conference is set to begin in Bangladesh capital city Dhaka from May 12 which will be attended by about 150 delegates, including high-level representatives from 25 countries ... Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the conference ... So, Bangladesh faces economic losses in terms of marine resources.

Myanmar's maritime trade up 12.19 pct in 2022-23 fiscal year

Xinhua 29 Apr 2023
It conducts border trade with China, Thailand, Bangladesh and India. Myanmar exports agricultural products, animal products, marine products, minerals, forest products, manufacturing goods and others, while it imports capital goods, intermediate goods and consumer goods. ■. EXPLORE XINHUANET. News. In-depthSportsBusinessCultureWorldChina Regions ... .

ITF Wins Raise for 200,000 of the World's Lowest-Paid Mariners

The Maritime Executive 24 Apr 2023
Mariners love to complain about day rates and talk about which companies have the best pay, but Bangladesh's inland crewmembers have more grounds for grouching than most ... This is a minute fraction of seafarers' wages in the Western world, but $95 a month is low even by local standards in Bangladesh, far below the median national salary of $245.

Sea surface temp soars to highest in recorded history

Hindustan Times 18 Apr 2023
There are also patches of strong marine heat waves over south Arabian Sea along Kerala and Karnataka and over Bay of Bengal along Bangladesh and West Bengal according to the Marine Heat Wave Tracker created by the Marine Heatwaves International Working Group ... Such warm temperatures definitely impacts marine life .

Heatwave to continue in east, rain may bring relief in north

Hindustan Times 18 Apr 2023
People should take precautionary measures ... It hasn’t cooled much since ... There are also patches of strong marine heat waves over south Arabian Sea along Kerala and Karnataka and over Bay of Bengal along Bangladesh and West Bengal according to the Marine Heat Wave Tracker created by the Marine Heatwaves International Working Group ... ....

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In this photo released by Azerbaijan's border guard service on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2023, Azerbaijan's border guard officers pose with detained Ruben Vardanyan, center, in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan says it has detained the former head of Nagorno-Karabakh's separatist government as he tried to cross into Armenia following Azerbaijan's 24-hour blitz last week to reclaim control of the enclave. The arrest of Ruben Vardanyan was announced by Azerbaijan's border guard service.
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