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Bangladeshi shores see unceasing deaths of giant whales, dolphins

Anadolu Agency 23 Sep 2021
At least six whales and 60 different species of dolphins were recovered dead from January 2020 to September 2021, according the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Bangladesh ...Sound pollution is a big disturbance for all marine mammals especially those who are dependent on echolocation for movement and searching for food.
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Gumnaam hai Koi, Badnaam hai Koi

The Telegraph India 18 Sep 2021
Anabas testudineus is not everyone’s cup of omega-3. There are arguably more fish eaters who don’t relish the koi or kewra or climbing perch than those who do ... Advertisement ... Enter Vietnamese koi ... That’s what the koi’s journey is called,” says Mohammed Khaliquzzaman, an ex-mariner who also rears fish on his farmstead in Comilla, Bangladesh ... .
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Peak fishing season of Hilsa fish in Bangladesh

Beijing News 11 Sep 2021
Huge catches of Hilsas, Bangladesh's national fish, are being netted in marine and coastal areas across the country especially in Chandpur during the ongoing peak fishing season ... Huge catches of Hilsas, Bangladesh's national fish, are being netted in marine and coastal areas ...
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Feature: Peak fishing season of Hilsa fish in Bangladesh

China.dot.org 10 Sep 2021
CHANDPUR, Bangladesh, Sept ... Huge catches of Hilsas, Bangladesh's national fish, are being netted in marine and coastal areas across Bangladesh especially in Chandpur, some 115 km southeast of Dhaka, during the ongoing peak fishing season ... "Hilsa is very important for the local economy of Chandpur and for the economy of entire Bangladesh," he added.
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Shipbuilder Garden Reach reports jump in Q1 net profit at ₹21 crore

Business Line 17 Aug 2021
Cochin Shipyard launches five vessels at one go ... “The shipyard signed an order for supply of six patrol boats with the Fisheries Department of Bangladesh, under the Sustainable Coastal and Marine Fisheries Project, an order won on competitive bidding with global players,” the company said ....
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UNFPA and France collaborate for the first time in Bangladesh to address gender-based violence

Reliefweb 09 Aug 2021
Despite achieving massive advances in gender equality over the past decades, gender-based violence continues to be a serious threat to the health and wellbeing of women and girls across Bangladesh ... Jean-Marin Schuh and UNFPA Representative in Bangladesh, Dr ... This marks the first contribution from the Government of France to UNFPA Bangladesh.
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ONGC, Coast Guard timely action prevents major mishap of LPG Tanker ‘Gas Yodla’

Business Line 26 Jul 2021
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Coast Guard successfully averted a likely catastrophe relating to an empty LPG tanker ‘Gas Yodla’ on which 17 people were onboard including 8 Indians on July 24 ... The vessel is owned by Dubai-headquartered M/s Shield Marine, and it was on its way to Fujairah, UAE from Mongla, Bangladesh ... ....
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ONGC, Coast Guard timely action prevents major mishap of LNG Tanker ‘Gas Yodla’

Business Line 26 Jul 2021
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Coast Guard successfully averted a likely catastrophe relating to an empty LNG tankerGas Yodla’ on which 17 people were onboard including 8 Indians on July 24 ... The vessel is owned by Dubai-headquartered M/s Shield Marine, and it was on its way to Fujairah, UAE from Mongla, Bangladesh ... ....
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Construction sector faces manpower, materials roadblocks

Straits Times 16 Jul 2021
This challenge comes on top of the tightened border controls that have limited the inflow of foreign workers from India and Bangladesh since April. A pilot programme to bring in workers from India to the construction, marine and process sectors here is under way, but the numbers ...
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S'pore's construction sector faces manpower, materials roadblocks with future uncertain

Straits Times 16 Jul 2021
This challenge comes on top of the tightened border controls that have limited the inflow of foreign workers from India and Bangladesh since April. A pilot programme to bring in workers from India to the construction, marine and process sectors here is under way, but the numbers ...
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GRSE bags $1.8m Bangla order for patrol boats

The Times of India 06 Jul 2021
Kolkata ... The boats will be used by the Bangladesh department of fisheries as marine surveillance check post to curb illegal fishing activities and retrieval of survivors when boats capsize in inclement weather ... It is capable of constructing 20 warships concurrently using advanced modular integrated shipbuilding technology. Start a Conversation. .
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The blue economy of Bangladesh and its prospects

The Eastern Herald 08 Jun 2021
The ministry of foreign affairs identified twenty-six blue economy sectors in Bangladesh including fisheries, marine trade and shipping, tourism, and energy ... Of course, the marine sector was developed immediately after the independence but Bangladesh put more focus on the ...
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‘Unfortunately, Ireland’s pro-vaccination campaign is not strong enough’

The Irish Times 02 Jun 2021
Born and brought up in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, the student doctor knew how difficult it was to study abroad. The son of a marine engineer who had trained in Australia, Rahman grew up in a household that strongly valued education ...Leaving Bangladesh to do a postgraduate in Sweden was probably the toughest thing you could do.
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Crew in crisis: Covid-19 vaccine shortage maroons Indian seafarersGlobal ship owners have recently made it ...

Deccan Herald 10 May 2021
Most mariners come in the 18-plus age category ... While Indian sailors, who constitute about 10% of the global seafaring community, wait ashore for the vaccine, the governments of countries such as Bangladesh, Philippines, Indonesia and China, with great foresight, have gone ahead and vaccinated their mariners ... Read ... Assembly Elections 2021 ... India ... ....
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Covid immigration controls heap pressure on Singapore’s shipyards

Splash24/7 04 May 2021
Foreign workers who left Singapore over the past year could not return due to ongoing border controls in countries such as India and Bangladesh,” Sembcorp Marine stated ... “The shortage of skilled workers has impacted the execution and scheduled completion of some of our projects,” Sembcorp Marine admitted.
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