• BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

    A United Nations tribunal delivered its verdict on 7 July on India and Bangladesh's maritime boundaries in the Bay of Bengal, awarding nearly four-fifth of the 25,000 sq km of the exclusive economic zone to Bangladesh. The verdict, binding on both countries, opens the way for Bangladesh to explore for oil and gas in the Bay of Bengal, and ends a dispute over a sea border with India that has ruffled ties between the neighbours.

    published: 13 Jul 2014
  • Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

    How is Bangladesh benefiting from the recent judgment on the maritime boundary dispute with Myanmar? How much will Bangladesh benefit from India? What potential for profit is there from our newly outlined part of the sea, and are we ready to take advantage? Will the government be taking measures to reach the underwater oil and gas? In studio guests: Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rear Admiral Md Khurshed Alam, Engineer Enamul Haque, and Nur Mohammad

    published: 29 Mar 2012
  • Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

    Mahfuz Mishu Report

    published: 10 Jul 2014
  • Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

    সময়টা সম্ভবতঃ ২০০৯সাল। ভারত-মিয়ানমারের সাথে তখনো মিটেনি আমাদের সমুদ্র সীমা বিরোধ। সমুদ্রসীমা বিরোধ নিয়ে একটি সেমিনারের আয়োজন করে চট্টগ্রাম বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের আইন অনুষদ। শিরোনাম ‘দ্যা প্রবলেম ডিলিমিটেশন অফ বাংলাদেশ মেরিটাইম বাউন্ডারীজ উইথ ইন্ডিয়া এন্ড মায়ানমার’।

    published: 13 Apr 2016
  • Dr Salim Mahmud- ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

    A live discussion in ETV just after ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

    published: 07 Jul 2012
  • Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 01

    published: 12 Mar 2016
  • Why India Is Concerned About China Supplying Submarines To Bangladesh

    This video shows you that Why India Is Concerned About China Supplying Submarines To Bangladesh. China has delivered two submarines to Bangladesh, christened 'Nabajatra' and 'Joyjatra'. They were received by the chief of the Bangladesh Navy, Admiral Nizamuddin Ahmed, in a shipyard in Dalian in the Liaoning province of China on 14 November. Bangladesh has no maritime disputes with its neighbours. Its maritime boundary disputes with Myanmar and India were settled by the International Tribunal for the Land of the Seas in 2012 and 2014, respectively. If these submarines were meant to deter to its potential enemies, then there are none today in the Bay of Bengal against whom Dhaka may potentially need to launch undersea warfare. The submarines will have a crew of 57, can carry 18 torpedoes, wit...

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Know About The Land-Boundry Issue Between India & Bangladesh - India TV

    PM Modi has arrived in Bangladesh and the two nation is expected to ink several agreements including the long-pending Land Boundary Agreement. SUBSCRIBE to India TV Here: http://goo.gl/fcdXM0 Follow India TV on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indiatvnews Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiatvnews Download India TV Andriod App here: http://goo.gl/kOQvVB For More Videos Visit Here: http://www.indiatvnews.com/video/

    published: 06 Jun 2015
  • Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

    published: 28 Feb 2012
  • ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 - Flash Mob International Maritime Academy (IMA)

    ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 - Flash Mob by International Maritime Academy (IMA) Duration : 247 sec Performer : IMA students

    published: 01 Apr 2014
  • Burma and Bangladesh Maritime Dispute

    This is Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) position on Burma-Bangladesh sea dispute. It was in 2012. With reference to the HISTORY, in 1800s, the beginning of the problem was because of British who unlawfully, illegally and provokingly hoisting her flag on the St. Martin's island (in Burmese Shin Ma Phyu Island) which is Burma's territory. By taking advantage of advance in weapons, British provoked Burmese to fight the war. Burmese King responded by sending the troops to destroyed the invading illegal rubbish British troops. But, cunning British invaders evaded escaping the attack. With the help of Bengali and Indian mercenaries, culprit British invading navy attacked Rangoon. In short, in 1824 Burma lost first Anglo-Burmese war. British annexed the St. Martin's island into British ter...

    published: 23 Mar 2014
  • Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

    Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters Bangladesh Navy (BN) has issued a tender to procure two new maritime helicopters that can be used for anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface vessel warfare (ASuW), over-the-horizon targeting (OTHT). The navy also wants the helicopter to be used for operations such as maritime search and rescue (MSAR), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), and Special Forces missions. Moreover, the service is expected to be delivered in coming months. The BN has stipulated that the new helicopters should have provision for 7.62 mm and/or 12.7 mm machine guns (either podded or door-mounted); as well as the ability to carry depth charges, air-to-surface missiles, and torpedoes. The selected platforms are to be inducted in f...

    published: 25 Feb 2017
  • Aloy bhubon Bhora-Conversation on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary issue Part 2.wmv

    This is a talk show telecast on Channel I every Wednesday at 11.30 P.M called "Aloy Bhubon Bhora". In every episode they have a special guest, mostly intellects and a young guest representing the thoughts of younger generation. This episode was about the very recent Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime issue solved by the ITLOS. The initiative of taking the dispute to international tribunal was taken by the foreign ministry, but there were specialist working behind it. Real Admiral Khorshed Alam was a Navy officer who had witnessed the problems while working in Bay of Bengal in that sea zone and was concerned about the unsolved sea border. He had extensive study over international sea laws and was one of the people who played the main role to highlight the problem and to take it to the internatio...

    published: 19 May 2012
  • Sheikh Hasina's historic victory on maritime boundary

    Heartiest Congratulations to the daughter of the Father of the Nation Hon'ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina & her government for the 'Historic Victory' against Myanmar on maritime boundary dispute. The 38 years long legal dispute on maritime boundaries between Myanmar & Bangladesh has come to end by the final verdict of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) on 14March 2012. Our long-waited sovereignty over the bay has been established through winning the battle on the 'basis of just'. Bangladesh's claims since 1974 to a full 200 nautical miles exclusive economic zone in the Bay of Bengal and to a substantial share of the outer continental shelf beyond 200 miles & absolute rights sustained following the verdict.

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 02

    published: 12 Mar 2016
  • Channel24 News: Maritime Map of Bangladesh

    Map of the Maritime Province of Bangladesh in the news channel. Original link: http://www.channel24bd.tv/index.php/chittagong-news-24/5868-2014-08-01-16-38-46

    published: 02 Aug 2014
BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

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  • Duration: 2:37
  • Updated: 13 Jul 2014
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A United Nations tribunal delivered its verdict on 7 July on India and Bangladesh's maritime boundaries in the Bay of Bengal, awarding nearly four-fifth of the 25,000 sq km of the exclusive economic zone to Bangladesh. The verdict, binding on both countries, opens the way for Bangladesh to explore for oil and gas in the Bay of Bengal, and ends a dispute over a sea border with India that has ruffled ties between the neighbours.
https://wn.com/Bagladesh_Offshore_Gas_Block
Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2012
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How is Bangladesh benefiting from the recent judgment on the maritime boundary dispute with Myanmar? How much will Bangladesh benefit from India? What potential for profit is there from our newly outlined part of the sea, and are we ready to take advantage? Will the government be taking measures to reach the underwater oil and gas? In studio guests: Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rear Admiral Md Khurshed Alam, Engineer Enamul Haque, and Nur Mohammad
https://wn.com/Ajker_Bangladesh_Maritime_Boundary_Rights_28_Mar_2012
Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

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  • Updated: 10 Jul 2014
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Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2016
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সময়টা সম্ভবতঃ ২০০৯সাল। ভারত-মিয়ানমারের সাথে তখনো মিটেনি আমাদের সমুদ্র সীমা বিরোধ। সমুদ্রসীমা বিরোধ নিয়ে একটি সেমিনারের আয়োজন করে চট্টগ্রাম বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের আইন অনুষদ। শিরোনাম ‘দ্যা প্রবলেম ডিলিমিটেশন অফ বাংলাদেশ মেরিটাইম বাউন্ডারীজ উইথ ইন্ডিয়া এন্ড মায়ানমার’।
https://wn.com/Bangladesh_Maritime_Boundaries_With_Myanmar_India_Seminar
Dr Salim Mahmud- ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

Dr Salim Mahmud- ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2012
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A live discussion in ETV just after ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute
https://wn.com/Dr_Salim_Mahmud_Itlos_Verdict_On_Bangladesh_Myanmar_Maritime_Boundary_Dispute
Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 01

Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 01

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  • Updated: 12 Mar 2016
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https://wn.com/Pacific_Ocean_Group_Maritime_Bangladesh_Part_01
Why India Is Concerned About China Supplying Submarines To Bangladesh

Why India Is Concerned About China Supplying Submarines To Bangladesh

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2016
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This video shows you that Why India Is Concerned About China Supplying Submarines To Bangladesh. China has delivered two submarines to Bangladesh, christened 'Nabajatra' and 'Joyjatra'. They were received by the chief of the Bangladesh Navy, Admiral Nizamuddin Ahmed, in a shipyard in Dalian in the Liaoning province of China on 14 November. Bangladesh has no maritime disputes with its neighbours. Its maritime boundary disputes with Myanmar and India were settled by the International Tribunal for the Land of the Seas in 2012 and 2014, respectively. If these submarines were meant to deter to its potential enemies, then there are none today in the Bay of Bengal against whom Dhaka may potentially need to launch undersea warfare. The submarines will have a crew of 57, can carry 18 torpedoes, with the option of carrying 57 mines. The eventual arrival of these submarines will bring in their wake Chinese trainers, infrastructure and repair experts. These submarines will be docked in naval bases within as little as 500 nautical miles of Indian naval establishments. The Chinese are then expected to increase their tactical knowledge of Indian merchant as well as naval shipping. These submarines will not be the only such platforms that Bangladesh is planning to acquire. There is talk of acquiring Russian Kilo class submarines as well. India cannot match China either in terms of the infrastructural investments it is making in Bangladesh, nor does it have the capacity to replace China as the main defence supplier of Bangladesh. But the basic questions are: why is Bangladesh acquiring submarines for undersea warfare from China? What does the presence of Chinese military personnel in Bangladeshi naval bases mean for India? And how can India counter the Chinese military influence in Bangladesh? india china, india bangladesh, bangladesh navy, bangladesh submarine, china india, nuclear submarine, india and china, india china relations, china and india, nuclear submarines, chinese nuclear submarines, india china trade, china to india, china india relations, bangladesh navy news, bangladesh navy submarine, russian nuclear submarines, russian nuclear submarine, china on india, india & china Channel link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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Know About The Land-Boundry Issue Between India & Bangladesh - India TV

Know About The Land-Boundry Issue Between India & Bangladesh - India TV

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  • Updated: 06 Jun 2015
  • views: 79600
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PM Modi has arrived in Bangladesh and the two nation is expected to ink several agreements including the long-pending Land Boundary Agreement. SUBSCRIBE to India TV Here: http://goo.gl/fcdXM0 Follow India TV on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indiatvnews Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiatvnews Download India TV Andriod App here: http://goo.gl/kOQvVB For More Videos Visit Here: http://www.indiatvnews.com/video/
https://wn.com/Know_About_The_Land_Boundry_Issue_Between_India_Bangladesh_India_Tv
Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

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  • Duration: 2:18
  • Updated: 28 Feb 2012
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https://wn.com/Maritime_Boundary_Dispute_Of_Bangladesh_With_Myanmar
ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 - Flash Mob International Maritime Academy (IMA)

ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 - Flash Mob International Maritime Academy (IMA)

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  • Updated: 01 Apr 2014
  • views: 6350
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Burma and Bangladesh Maritime Dispute

Burma and Bangladesh Maritime Dispute

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  • Duration: 3:15
  • Updated: 23 Mar 2014
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This is Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) position on Burma-Bangladesh sea dispute. It was in 2012. With reference to the HISTORY, in 1800s, the beginning of the problem was because of British who unlawfully, illegally and provokingly hoisting her flag on the St. Martin's island (in Burmese Shin Ma Phyu Island) which is Burma's territory. By taking advantage of advance in weapons, British provoked Burmese to fight the war. Burmese King responded by sending the troops to destroyed the invading illegal rubbish British troops. But, cunning British invaders evaded escaping the attack. With the help of Bengali and Indian mercenaries, culprit British invading navy attacked Rangoon. In short, in 1824 Burma lost first Anglo-Burmese war. British annexed the St. Martin's island into British territory which is under the Bengal. Before 1824 in reality -- Assam, Chittagong, Manipur, Kachar, and St. Martin islands are all belonged to Burma. Recent years, I'm very upset to see co-navy military exercise between USA and Bangladesh after the stand-off between Burma and Bangladesh navies regarding the dispute over sea territory. I would like to send the message to the USA Government that even though we don't agree with military government but it doesn't mean that we will stand still and doing nothing in regard to external threats. We will fight against them. USA navy should stay away from Burma and Bangladesh sea dispute. Nothing is more important than NATIONAL interest. Nothing at all! National interest is all combined together. We all must be united fighting against external threats such as Bangladesh. I am declaring my position here that British government should stay away from this matter since British are the one who created such the historic problems. So-called Rohingya problems are the same. British created the problem. Would British give away Falkland Islands to Argentina since these islands are closer to Argentina? Were British wrong to go war against Argentina regarding Falkland's islands???? Was Margret Thatcher wrong??? If we look at the Spratly Islands crisis in South China Sea; China, Taiwan, Philippines, Brunei, Vietnam and several countries are claiming over such small islands. For sure, they are ready to take any action to protect their sovereignty. U Thein Sein Government giving in Bangladesh. They don't have the balls and they all are such a coward government. Shame on you all! Burmese Navy, Army and Air Force what are they doing now????? Are they truly capable?? Are they truly efficient? Are they truly reliable? What is the point having the 500, 000 soldiers in the military????? What is the point military using half of the nation's budget???? Gen. Than Shwe, Gen. Maung Aye, Col. Aung Thaung all coward thieves. Divided we lost. I am deeply saddened to learn the decision over the maritime dispute between Burma and Bangladesh and I would object this verdict. After reading the statement, I do not believe that it is a fair decision. Above all, I'm totally upset to learn that the decision cannot be appealed and so I would label it as a sham. Time for all political and ethnics leaders of Burma to unite against such unfair decision for the mother land regardless of the political stand or beliefs. All the Burmese must mobilize our public outcry before too late so as to reject COURT's ruling. It would be much stronger if powerful and influential leaders like U Tin Oo, U Win Tin, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Ko Min Ko Naing, Ko Ko Gyi, U Khun Htun Oo, and ethnic leaders join in showing solidarity and support. Burma lost our sea territory since the nation is so divided due to the rubbish military regime ruling the country combining with sanction which deter Burma not possible to hire international law firms, which deter Burma foreign minister to travel Germany attending court and no support whatsoever from opposition democratic and ethnics leaders. For Burma Democratic Concern (BDC), we totally objected the verdict. We don't accept the court's ruling. Our fellow Burmese, please show your OBJECTION against the court decision. We can't give away our sea and related territory to Bangladesh. LET'S STAND UP TOGETHER FOR OUR MOTHERLAND-- BURMA.
https://wn.com/Burma_And_Bangladesh_Maritime_Dispute
Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

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  • Updated: 25 Feb 2017
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Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters Bangladesh Navy (BN) has issued a tender to procure two new maritime helicopters that can be used for anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface vessel warfare (ASuW), over-the-horizon targeting (OTHT). The navy also wants the helicopter to be used for operations such as maritime search and rescue (MSAR), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), and Special Forces missions. Moreover, the service is expected to be delivered in coming months. The BN has stipulated that the new helicopters should have provision for 7.62 mm and/or 12.7 mm machine guns (either podded or door-mounted); as well as the ability to carry depth charges, air-to-surface missiles, and torpedoes. The selected platforms are to be inducted in fiscal year 2017, IHS Jane’s 360 reported Tuesday. Further the BN is also requesting training and support. The BN noted that the helicopters should be able to operate in all weather conditions from all of its ships that are equipped with suitable landing decks similar in size or larger than that fitted to the frigate BNS Bangabandhu . The Navy also requires the helicopters should be new-build with proven European or North American avionics, and the type must be fielded by at least two other navies. It should also be twin-engined and fitted with wheels rather than skids. Performance specifications listed by the BN include a cruise speed of at least 120 kt in full ASW configuration (with munitions); a range of 300 n miles without payload (or 200 n miles in its ASW configuration); a service ceiling of at least 12,000 ft; a maximum take-off weight of 6,100 kg; a maximum all-up weight of 4,200 kg; The specifications also iclude a maximum payload of 1,300 kg, an endurance of at least three hours (two hours in ASW configuration), the capacity to carry six passengers plus two crew and should be able to fit into the hangar of BNS Bangabandhu.
https://wn.com/Bangladesh_Navy_Issues_Tender_For_Two_Maritime_Helicopters
Aloy bhubon Bhora-Conversation on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary issue Part 2.wmv

Aloy bhubon Bhora-Conversation on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary issue Part 2.wmv

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  • Duration: 7:44
  • Updated: 19 May 2012
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This is a talk show telecast on Channel I every Wednesday at 11.30 P.M called "Aloy Bhubon Bhora". In every episode they have a special guest, mostly intellects and a young guest representing the thoughts of younger generation. This episode was about the very recent Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime issue solved by the ITLOS. The initiative of taking the dispute to international tribunal was taken by the foreign ministry, but there were specialist working behind it. Real Admiral Khorshed Alam was a Navy officer who had witnessed the problems while working in Bay of Bengal in that sea zone and was concerned about the unsolved sea border. He had extensive study over international sea laws and was one of the people who played the main role to highlight the problem and to take it to the international tribunal for a solution. Nureen Faiza Anisha, as a student of Water Resources Engineering at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), took part in the discussion to share her view and concerns about the water resources of Bangladesh and especially, about this sea issue.
https://wn.com/Aloy_Bhubon_Bhora_Conversation_On_Bangladesh_Myanmar_Maritime_Boundary_Issue_Part_2.Wmv
Sheikh Hasina's historic victory on maritime boundary

Sheikh Hasina's historic victory on maritime boundary

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  • Duration: 30:44
  • Updated: 19 Mar 2012
  • views: 200788
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Heartiest Congratulations to the daughter of the Father of the Nation Hon'ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina & her government for the 'Historic Victory' against Myanmar on maritime boundary dispute. The 38 years long legal dispute on maritime boundaries between Myanmar & Bangladesh has come to end by the final verdict of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) on 14March 2012. Our long-waited sovereignty over the bay has been established through winning the battle on the 'basis of just'. Bangladesh's claims since 1974 to a full 200 nautical miles exclusive economic zone in the Bay of Bengal and to a substantial share of the outer continental shelf beyond 200 miles & absolute rights sustained following the verdict.
https://wn.com/Sheikh_Hasina's_Historic_Victory_On_Maritime_Boundary
Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 02

Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 02

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  • Duration: 5:26
  • Updated: 12 Mar 2016
  • views: 88
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https://wn.com/Pacific_Ocean_Group_Maritime_Bangladesh_Part_02
Channel24 News: Maritime Map of Bangladesh

Channel24 News: Maritime Map of Bangladesh

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  • Duration: 2:11
  • Updated: 02 Aug 2014
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Map of the Maritime Province of Bangladesh in the news channel. Original link: http://www.channel24bd.tv/index.php/chittagong-news-24/5868-2014-08-01-16-38-46
https://wn.com/Channel24_News_Maritime_Map_Of_Bangladesh