• BANGLADESH MARITIME ACADEMY

    MARACAD 2016

    published: 19 Feb 2017
  • 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
  • Scrapped: the deadly business of dismantling ships in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh has no metal resources of its own city, so the shipbreaking yards in Chittagong, its largest second city, generate high profits for their owners. Workers though, enjoy none of the benefits of that profit; wages are barely enough to live on and there are no health and safety regulations to protect them. Injuries are a frequent occurrence and even death is not uncommon. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/rt_documentary/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/

    published: 13 Mar 2015
  • 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
  • India's Lost ISLAND.(New Moore)

    India's Lost New Moore ISLAND. New Moore Island of India is the island just on the India Bangladesh border. It was a disputed island and was in the India's geography map. Bangladesh named it South Talapatti , also known to them South Talapatti island of Bangladesh. It was quite mysterious and can be termed as mysterious island or mysterious island of India. There are more than 1200 islands in India. I was just astonished by knowing that number as I never heard most of them other than the famous ones..Hope there are more mysterious island too in those 1200. Anyway In this video i tries to explain how an island was vanished or lost. I mean there are many islands including in INDIA which has vanished or lost but this one i mentioned in the video is particularly very important because as it va...

    published: 25 May 2017
  • BANGLADESH’S SUBMARINES FROM CHINA IMPLICATIONS FOR BAY OF BENGAL SECURITY

    BANGLADESH’S SUBMARINES FROM CHINA: IMPLICATIONS FOR BAY OF BENGAL SECURITY Bangladesh’s acquisition of two submarines from China should not be narrowly viewed through the prism of India-China geopolitics. Rather, it should be understood in a wider context as a milestone by a modernizing naval power in the Bay of Bengal. The impending arrival of two Chinese-origin submarines to Bangladesh together with China’s planned construction of submarines for Pakistan, has contributed to the perception among some observers that China is attempting to encircle India and reinforced concerns about a Chinese “string of pearls.” Yet Bangladesh’s acquisition of two Ming-class submarines should not be narrowly viewed through this geopolitical prism. Rather, it should be seen in the broader context of the...

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • বাংলাদেশ নেভী মেরীটাইম এক্সারসাইজ। Bangladesh Navy's Maritime Counter Terrorism Exercise

    Bangladesh Navy's Maritime Counter Terrorism Exercise

    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft

    Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft Bangladesh has vowed to buy a squadron of new fighters and has resumed efforts to purchase two maritime patrol aircraft. Planning minister A K Khandker, a former chief of air staff at the Bangladesh air force, told the country's parliament that the government plans to buy a squadron of new fighters, plus an air-defence radar system. Khandker says the nation is also in the process of buying two maritime patrol aircraft, as well as two helicopters for peacekeeping missions. The government aims to make all the purchases during the current fiscal year, he adds. Industry sources say Bangladesh's navy issued the maritime patrol tender in 2009, and note that this follows a previous failed attempt launched in 2004. The...

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • 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
  • Nature and Life - Episode 193 (Marine Fish Resources)

    Riverine Bangladesh is the largest delta in the world. Sited in the Ganges-Brahmaputra river stream, this country has the Bay-of-Bengal in its south. Around 710 km. coastline in its south spread from Teknaf to Satkhira. A major portion of the diverse biodiversity of this country is seen in the marine ecosystem. The bottom of the coast gradually becomes deep towards the deep sea and suddenly falls in a vertical slope. A diverse biodiversity is seen in the shallow and the deep sea and in many small islands of the Sea. The plants and animals found in the salty & regular tidal environment are of different characteristics. The Bay-of-Bengal contains giant whales as well as minute organisms. Various species of dolphins and whales surf here in different groups. Despite being seen in the various p...

    published: 08 Aug 2015
  • ভারতের উদ্বেগ, বিমানবাহিনীর মেরিটাইম স্ট্রাইক ফাইটার Bangladesh Air Force Buying New Fighter Jets

    Bangladesh Air Force buying 4++ Gen. Long-Range Maritime Strike & Offensive Fighter Plane: Bangladesh Armed Forces Services’ Directorate General of Defence Purchases (DGDP) has issued an international tender In February 28, 2017, for eight multi-role maritime combat aircraft, additionally options for four more, for the Bangladesh Air Force (BAF). From previous acquisition pattern BAF will purchase these fighter jets from Russia. News already circulating in web that Russian United Aircraft Corporation expecting to grab the contract. UAC will propose their Mig-35S, Su-35S and Su-30SM 4++ generation fighter jets for the bid. These aircrafts will be deployed to protect its territorial water body in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh Navy (BN) has its very own air arm, though, BAF will be responsib...

    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

    Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Human chain in ctg by ex cadets of bangladesh marine academy//problems in bd marine sector.

    Human chain in ctg by ex cadets of bangladesh marine academy , demands to the government to create their job facilities and problems in their carrer . please,,, like , comment ,share and of course do subscribe to get our next video.

    published: 08 Oct 2016
  • Bangladesh shipments in seven maritime stormsnull

    Ocean Ocean produced 5500 tons of ship EMS Wave survived the storm near Norway. It is a great honor to become Bangladesh. Nullnull

    published: 04 Jun 2017
  • Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

    published: 28 Feb 2012
  • Documentary of First female marine cadets

    For the first time in the country, thirteen female marine cadets got appointments to serve a year-long sea training in five ships of Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC). he 13 cadets were the first females to complete two-year long study from Bangladesh Marine Academy, said Commodore Moqsumul, adding that now they need to complete the sea training to acquire academic certificates that are required for eligibility in applying for professional certificates. Beauty Akter, a deck cadet who was appointed for training on Banglar Shikha, told The Daily Star that she was now very close to achieving her dream of being a professional marine.

    published: 07 Jun 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
  • 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
  • Bangladesh wins Myanmar battle

    http://www.shahriar.info (শাহরিয়ারের স্বপ্নবিলাস) Thursday, March 15, 2012 International tribunal upholds Bangladesh's economic, territorial rights over 200 nautical miles from coast Bangladesh yesterday won a landmark verdict at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, which sustained its claim to 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic and territorial rights in the Bay of Bengal rejecting the claims of Myanmar. The verdict of the court went absolutely in Bangladesh's favour and even beyond, as it gave more than what Bangladesh had asked for. The judgment is final and cannot be appealed against. The verdict of the tribunal gave Bangladesh a substantial share of the outer continental shelf beyond 200 miles, which would open ways for offshore oil and gas exploration in the Bay. T...

    published: 15 Mar 2012
  • Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 01

    published: 12 Mar 2016
  • Aloy bhubon Bhora-Conversation on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary issue Part 3.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
  • 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
  • BANGLADESH MARITIME ACADEMY

    MARACAD 2016

    published: 19 Feb 2017
  • Maritime Bangladesh EP 20

    published: 26 May 2016
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    published: 25 May 2016
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    published: 26 May 2016
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    published: 25 May 2016
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BANGLADESH MARITIME ACADEMY

BANGLADESH MARITIME ACADEMY

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MARACAD 2016
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Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 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
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Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

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Scrapped: the deadly business of dismantling ships in Bangladesh

Scrapped: the deadly business of dismantling ships in Bangladesh

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2015
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Bangladesh has no metal resources of its own city, so the shipbreaking yards in Chittagong, its largest second city, generate high profits for their owners. Workers though, enjoy none of the benefits of that profit; wages are barely enough to live on and there are no health and safety regulations to protect them. Injuries are a frequent occurrence and even death is not uncommon. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/rt_documentary/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

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  • 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.
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India's Lost ISLAND.(New Moore)

India's Lost ISLAND.(New Moore)

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India's Lost New Moore ISLAND. New Moore Island of India is the island just on the India Bangladesh border. It was a disputed island and was in the India's geography map. Bangladesh named it South Talapatti , also known to them South Talapatti island of Bangladesh. It was quite mysterious and can be termed as mysterious island or mysterious island of India. There are more than 1200 islands in India. I was just astonished by knowing that number as I never heard most of them other than the famous ones..Hope there are more mysterious island too in those 1200. Anyway In this video i tries to explain how an island was vanished or lost. I mean there are many islands including in INDIA which has vanished or lost but this one i mentioned in the video is particularly very important because as it vanished it resolved a very complex issue for India and it's neighbour Bangladesh. Which ultimately helped to strengthen India Bangladesh relations. I think if Island wouldn't have vanished,It might would have been a crucial part of current ongoing Sagar Mala Project INDIA of Indian Government. Anyway enjoy the video and check out the links below for further reading.. SUBSCRIBE if you are new to my channel. Subscribe Here https://goo.gl/fsQayx Further reading https://goo.gl/qQshzL https://goo.gl/UbAlFf https://goo.gl/aXv8gQ https://goo.gl/xBuBA7 My gears https://goo.gl/csuCq0 https://goo.gl/tEuBwb Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HARSHFACTS1/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarshFacts_ Website: http://harshfacts.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/harshfacts Licenses to the content https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.1/jp/deed.en_US https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ Music. "Universal" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ https://youtu.be/p9QalM3tAnY
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BANGLADESH’S SUBMARINES FROM CHINA IMPLICATIONS FOR BAY OF BENGAL SECURITY

BANGLADESH’S SUBMARINES FROM CHINA IMPLICATIONS FOR BAY OF BENGAL SECURITY

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BANGLADESH’S SUBMARINES FROM CHINA: IMPLICATIONS FOR BAY OF BENGAL SECURITY Bangladesh’s acquisition of two submarines from China should not be narrowly viewed through the prism of India-China geopolitics. Rather, it should be understood in a wider context as a milestone by a modernizing naval power in the Bay of Bengal. The impending arrival of two Chinese-origin submarines to Bangladesh together with China’s planned construction of submarines for Pakistan, has contributed to the perception among some observers that China is attempting to encircle India and reinforced concerns about a Chinese “string of pearls.” Yet Bangladesh’s acquisition of two Ming-class submarines should not be narrowly viewed through this geopolitical prism. Rather, it should be seen in the broader context of the country’s force modernisation, which has important implications for Bay of Bengal security. In fact, Bangladesh’s development of its naval capabilities may contribute as a force multiplier to Indian security initiatives in the Bay of Bengal rather than being a potential threat to regional stability. Bangladesh’s latest acquisition has its origins in Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s assumption of power in 2009 and Dhaka’s announced Forces Goal 2030. Under this project, Bangladesh has sought to augment its naval capabilities in “three dimensions,” going beyond solely surface platforms to include a naval aviation wing and undersea leg. Though an ambitious endeavor at the time, by 2011, Bangladesh had established a naval aviation wing by acquiring Italian helicopters and later German maritime patrol craft. The navy has also expanded its surface fleet through Chinese and U.S. origin platforms. Refurbished submarines from China appear to have been the most competitively priced option to fulfill the third leg of Forces Goal 2030. The announcement about the transfer should be no surprise given that Bangladeshi media and military officers have openly discussed progress toward this goal over the past few years.
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বাংলাদেশ নেভী মেরীটাইম  এক্সারসাইজ। Bangladesh Navy's Maritime Counter Terrorism Exercise

বাংলাদেশ নেভী মেরীটাইম এক্সারসাইজ। Bangladesh Navy's Maritime Counter Terrorism Exercise

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Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft

Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft

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Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft Bangladesh has vowed to buy a squadron of new fighters and has resumed efforts to purchase two maritime patrol aircraft. Planning minister A K Khandker, a former chief of air staff at the Bangladesh air force, told the country's parliament that the government plans to buy a squadron of new fighters, plus an air-defence radar system. Khandker says the nation is also in the process of buying two maritime patrol aircraft, as well as two helicopters for peacekeeping missions. The government aims to make all the purchases during the current fiscal year, he adds. Industry sources say Bangladesh's navy issued the maritime patrol tender in 2009, and note that this follows a previous failed attempt launched in 2004. The move to buy new fighters is part of a wider effort to modernise the capabilities of the Bangladesh air force. The service operates relatively old Chinese and Russian-sourced equipment, including 40 Chengdu F-7, Nanchang A-5 and RSK MiG-29 fighters, says Flightglobal's MiliCAS database.
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Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

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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’।
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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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A live discussion in ETV just after ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute
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Nature and Life - Episode 193 (Marine Fish Resources)

Nature and Life - Episode 193 (Marine Fish Resources)

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Riverine Bangladesh is the largest delta in the world. Sited in the Ganges-Brahmaputra river stream, this country has the Bay-of-Bengal in its south. Around 710 km. coastline in its south spread from Teknaf to Satkhira. A major portion of the diverse biodiversity of this country is seen in the marine ecosystem. The bottom of the coast gradually becomes deep towards the deep sea and suddenly falls in a vertical slope. A diverse biodiversity is seen in the shallow and the deep sea and in many small islands of the Sea. The plants and animals found in the salty & regular tidal environment are of different characteristics. The Bay-of-Bengal contains giant whales as well as minute organisms. Various species of dolphins and whales surf here in different groups. Despite being seen in the various places of the sea, the ‘Swatch of No Ground’ is famous for dolphins and whales. The highest number of species are seen in here. Apart from these, different species of shrimps, lobsters, crabs, marine turtles etc. are also found. Various species of marine fishes are mostly seen in the marine ecosystem. About 166,000 sq. km area within our maritime boundary is known as the Exclusive Economic Zone, which is larger than the land area of our country. There are four main fish capture zones in the Bay of Bengal; Southern patch, south of southern patch, middle patch and Swatch of no ground. Fishing continues in Sea for day & night. About 475 species of fishes are found in this huge economic zone. Among them Bombey-duck, Ribbon fish, Ritta, Surma, Giant Seaperch, Chapila, Pomfret, Tuna fish etc. are notable. These various species of fishes are of diverse size and color. Most of the fishes are very nutritious. Hilsa covers a large portion of the total captured marine fish of the country. Various species of sharks, skates and rays are also there. The fishermen capture hundreds of tons of marine fish everyday by their fishing trawlers. These commercially captured fishes are being exported to foreign countries after meeting up the demand of protein in the country. Each year, approx. 0.5 million metric tons of fish are being captured from the sea, from which $500 million is being earned by exporting. Shrimps cover a large portion of marine fisheries. Various species of shrimps are found in the sea. The tiger shrimp is one of them. Some species of tiger shrimps are economically very important. To increase the production of shrimp and prawn, numerous hatcheries have been built in the coastal area. From these hatcheries, the hatchlings are supplied to the shrimp farms. Millions of people have been occupied in this industry. Our country earns a huge foreign currency by exporting the shrimps. Hence, it is called as ‘White Gold’ in our country. A part of the marine fishes captured in this country is processed as dry fish. The places like Cox’s Bazar, Sonadia, Moheshkhali, Dubla Char are famous for dry fish processing. Bombey-duck, Ribbon fish, Giant Seaperch, Pomfret, Tuna fish, different prawn species etc. are famous for drying. These dry fishes are being exported to foreign countries after meeting up the demand in the country. Fish is a traditional item for the Bengali people. The proverb “fish and rice make a Bengali” was actually emerged due to the popularity of fish in Bengali society. But due to lack of apt management, our marine fish resources are not being harvested properly. In addition to this, climate change and various pollutions are also responsible. Fuel and wastes emitted from mechanized vessels, waste products from the ship breaking industries etc. are continuously polluting the aquatic environment of the Sea. For such kinds of pollutions and uncontrolled fishing, some species are gradually being endangered. Which is impacting the complete marine ecosystem. The economy of the country is going down. So, to protect the marine fisheries, it is very important to take apt initiatives now. Building public awareness and taking sustainable planning can save our massive marine ecosystem and at the same time can sustain our resourceful marine fisheries.
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ভারতের উদ্বেগ, বিমানবাহিনীর মেরিটাইম স্ট্রাইক ফাইটার Bangladesh Air Force Buying New Fighter Jets

ভারতের উদ্বেগ, বিমানবাহিনীর মেরিটাইম স্ট্রাইক ফাইটার Bangladesh Air Force Buying New Fighter Jets

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Bangladesh Air Force buying 4++ Gen. Long-Range Maritime Strike & Offensive Fighter Plane: Bangladesh Armed Forces Services’ Directorate General of Defence Purchases (DGDP) has issued an international tender In February 28, 2017, for eight multi-role maritime combat aircraft, additionally options for four more, for the Bangladesh Air Force (BAF). From previous acquisition pattern BAF will purchase these fighter jets from Russia. News already circulating in web that Russian United Aircraft Corporation expecting to grab the contract. UAC will propose their Mig-35S, Su-35S and Su-30SM 4++ generation fighter jets for the bid. These aircrafts will be deployed to protect its territorial water body in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh Navy (BN) has its very own air arm, though, BAF will be responsible for the aerial offensive and strike support to the Navy during any conflict. Previously Government of Bangladesh pledged full support to raise a tri-dimensional naval forces including surface combatants, sub-surface forces (submarine force) and naval air arm. BN currently operating few fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircrafts includes Dornier Do-228NG maritime patrol & ASW aircraft, Harbin Z-9C surveillance & utility helicopter and recently ordered for two AgustaWestland AW159 ASW helicopters. As Bangladesh Navy has no adequate facility installed to maintain such a full-fledged combat fighter jets its BAF’s task to provide aerial strike support to the navy. According to the tender issued DGDP asked to submit proposal against the tender in April 13, 2017. Additional four fighter aircrafts will also be purchased in coming days, it’s also been stated in the tender document. Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DefenseUpdateBangladesh/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DefenseUpdateBD Pin on: https://www.pinterest.com/DefenseUpdateBD/ Visit our Blog at: http://defenseupdatebd.blogspot.com/ https://defenseupdatebd.tumblr.com
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Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

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Human chain in ctg by ex cadets of bangladesh marine academy//problems in bd marine sector.

Human chain in ctg by ex cadets of bangladesh marine academy//problems in bd marine sector.

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Human chain in ctg by ex cadets of bangladesh marine academy , demands to the government to create their job facilities and problems in their carrer . please,,, like , comment ,share and of course do subscribe to get our next video.
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Bangladesh shipments in seven maritime stormsnull

Bangladesh shipments in seven maritime stormsnull

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Ocean Ocean produced 5500 tons of ship EMS Wave survived the storm near Norway. It is a great honor to become Bangladesh. Nullnull
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Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

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Documentary  of First female marine cadets

Documentary of First female marine cadets

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For the first time in the country, thirteen female marine cadets got appointments to serve a year-long sea training in five ships of Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC). he 13 cadets were the first females to complete two-year long study from Bangladesh Marine Academy, said Commodore Moqsumul, adding that now they need to complete the sea training to acquire academic certificates that are required for eligibility in applying for professional certificates. Beauty Akter, a deck cadet who was appointed for training on Banglar Shikha, told The Daily Star that she was now very close to achieving her dream of being a professional marine.
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Channel24 News: Maritime Map of Bangladesh

Channel24 News: Maritime Map of Bangladesh

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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
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Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

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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.
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Bangladesh wins Myanmar battle

Bangladesh wins Myanmar battle

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http://www.shahriar.info (শাহরিয়ারের স্বপ্নবিলাস) Thursday, March 15, 2012 International tribunal upholds Bangladesh's economic, territorial rights over 200 nautical miles from coast Bangladesh yesterday won a landmark verdict at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, which sustained its claim to 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic and territorial rights in the Bay of Bengal rejecting the claims of Myanmar. The verdict of the court went absolutely in Bangladesh's favour and even beyond, as it gave more than what Bangladesh had asked for. The judgment is final and cannot be appealed against. The verdict of the tribunal gave Bangladesh a substantial share of the outer continental shelf beyond 200 miles, which would open ways for offshore oil and gas exploration in the Bay. The tribunal also awarded Bangladesh a full 12-mile territorial sea around St Martin's Island, overruling Myanmar's argument that the island be cut in half and shared. read more: http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=226363
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Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 01

Pacific Ocean Group Maritime Bangladesh Part 01

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Aloy bhubon Bhora-Conversation on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary issue Part 3.wmv

Aloy bhubon Bhora-Conversation on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary issue Part 3.wmv

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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.
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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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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/
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BANGLADESH MARITIME ACADEMY

BANGLADESH MARITIME ACADEMY

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MARACAD 2016
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Maritime Bangladesh EP 20

Maritime Bangladesh EP 20

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Maritime Bangladesh EP 18

Maritime Bangladesh EP 18

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Maritime Bangladesh EP 23

Maritime Bangladesh EP 23

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Maritime Bangladesh EP 22

Maritime Bangladesh EP 22

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