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Turkish PM to meet Rohingyas today

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Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim today will visit Cox's Bazar to meet Rohingyas and see the situation on the ground.
He will visit Kutupalang camp in Cox's Bazar and also check what kind of supports Rohingyas now need as the country wants to continue its support to Rohingyas.
"Though he (Binali Yildirim) is here on an official bilateral visit, he will go to Cox's Bazar on Wednesday to meet Rohingyas and see their condition. He wants to get an idea what else the Turkish...
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Move underway to reopen 13 closed BTMC mills under PPP

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The government has initiated a move to reopen 13 closed state-owned textile mills under public private partnership (PPP).
The mills are currently owned by Bangladesh Textile Mills Corporation (BTMC).
Official sources said the Ministry of Textile and Jute has taken the move...
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BD seeks enhanced cooperation for safe migration

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Bangladesh has sought an enhanced international cooperation and global governance of migration through adopting a global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration.
"We constantly advocate in favour of ethical recruitment, opening up of new legal pathways, responsible...
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Dhaka’s leadership on migration issues lauded

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Bangladesh sent 5.2 million migrant workers, including 585,035 women, under its safe, orderly and regular migration policy since 2009, said a diplomat on Monday.
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to UNESCAP Saida Muna Tasneem said Bangladesh could accomplish...
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President for trained volunteers to reduce disaster losses

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President Md Abdul Hamid on Monday emphasized on creating trained manpower and volunteers as well as raising mass awareness to reduce the losses due to natural disasters.
"It's quite impossible to stop or control the natural calamities . . . But the losses due to the natural...
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