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    Worldwide Migration is providing free legal assistance to immigrants

    FT Hira | Friday, 13 April 2018 | read 193 times

    International Migration Law Specialist and Advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court Sheikh Salahuddin Ahmed is going to launch free legal assistance for Bangladeshi immigrants living abroad in the New Year.On behalf of Worldwide Migration Consultants Limited, he is going to take this initiative to legalize those who are unable to fight legally,socially helpless as well as those who are immigrants abroad.To get legal help and free legal advice and assistance by ...details

    International Migration Law Specialist and Advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court Sheikh Salahuddin Ahmed is going to launch free legal assistance for Bangladeshi immigrants living abroad in the New Year.On behalf of Worldwide Migration Consultants Limited, he is going to take this initiative to legalize those who are unable to fight ...details

    International Migration Law Specialist and Advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court Sheikh Salahuddin Ahmed is going to launch free legal assistance ...details

    Possibility to Settle in Canada Permanently

    staff reporter | Thursday, 22 March 2018 | read 560 times

    Currently Canadian government is providing opportunities to high and trade skilled professionals a chance to work and settle in Canada permanently. In next three years the county will allow around 1 million immigrants to enter into Canada as residents and employees. Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Program, and Trade Skilled Programs are few categories offered by the Canadian government through which one can move and settle permanently in the said country. People, who ...details

    Currently Canadian government is providing opportunities to high and trade skilled professionals a chance to work and settle in Canada permanently. In next three years the county will allow around 1 million immigrants to enter into Canada as residents and employees. Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Program, and Trade Skilled Programs are ...details

    Currently Canadian government is providing opportunities to high and trade skilled professionals a chance to work and settle in Canada ...details

    Police release Malindo Air passenger to father for ‘health reasons’

    online desk | Monday, 05 March 2018 | read 555 times

    Police have handed Malindo Air passenger Didar Al Mahmud over to his father, citing his “mental illness”Didar was detained after he stripped naked to watch porn before attacking a stewardess on the Malindo flight from Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. After the 20-year-old Bangladesh student arrived in Dhaka, he was produced before a magistrate, said Noor-e-Azam Mia, chief of Dhaka Airport Police Station on Monday. The man was freed after his father showed ...details

    Police have handed Malindo Air passenger Didar Al Mahmud over to his father, citing his “mental illness”Didar was detained after he stripped naked to watch porn before attacking a stewardess on the Malindo flight from Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. After the 20-year-old Bangladesh student arrived in Dhaka, he was produced before ...details

    Police have handed Malindo Air passenger Didar Al Mahmud over to his father, citing his “mental illness”Didar was detained after ...details

    Missing Bangladeshi student found in New York after five days

    online desk | Saturday, 03 March 2018 | read 227 times

    The Bangladeshi boy who went missing on Feb 25 in New York has been found, his father Altaf Hossain, a central committee member of Jatiya Party, has said. Police found Torun Mohammad Tanvir Hossain Rabbi at Wall Street in Downtown Manhattan early on Thursday. Rabbi, an eleventh grader at a local high school, went missing on Sunday, according to a report filed by his father. The 21-year-old intermittently suffered from mental illness, according ...details

    The Bangladeshi boy who went missing on Feb 25 in New York has been found, his father Altaf Hossain, a central committee member of Jatiya Party, has said. Police found Torun Mohammad Tanvir Hossain Rabbi at Wall Street in Downtown Manhattan early on Thursday. Rabbi, an eleventh grader at a local high ...details

    The Bangladeshi boy who went missing on Feb 25 in New York has been found, his father Altaf Hossain, a ...details

    Two Bangladeshis attacked in New York in 24 hours

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Saturday, 30 September 2017 | read 245 times

    Unidentified assailants have attacked two Bangladeshi expatriates in New York City in a span of 24 hours. One of the victims, 72-year-old Bangladesh freedom fighter Mohammad Shah Alam, is in intensive care at Elmhurst Hospital. The other victim has been identified as Khabir Uddin Bhuiyan, 58. He received medical care and is currently resting at home. The two were attacked after dark on Sept 27 and Sept 28 in Queens’s Jamaica and Castle ...details

    Unidentified assailants have attacked two Bangladeshi expatriates in New York City in a span of 24 hours. One of the victims, 72-year-old Bangladesh freedom fighter Mohammad Shah Alam, is in intensive care at Elmhurst Hospital. The other victim has been identified as Khabir Uddin Bhuiyan, 58. He received medical care and is ...details

    Unidentified assailants have attacked two Bangladeshi expatriates in New York City in a span of 24 hours. One of the victims, ...details

    Tillerson says US could stay in Paris climate accord

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Monday, 18 September 2017 | read 243 times

    The United States could remain in the Paris climate accord under the right conditions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday, signalling a shift in tone from the Trump administration, which angered allies with its decision to pull out of the agreement. President Donald Trump is willing to work with partners in the Paris agreement if the United States could construct a set of terms that are fair and balanced ...details

    The United States could remain in the Paris climate accord under the right conditions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday, signalling a shift in tone from the Trump administration, which angered allies with its decision to pull out of the agreement. President Donald Trump is willing to work with ...details

    The United States could remain in the Paris climate accord under the right conditions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said ...details

    12 NOBEL LAUREATES URGES UNSC TO END ROHINGYA CRISIS

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Friday, 15 September 2017 | read 336 times

    In awake of the recent violence in Myanmar’s Rakhaine state that killed 400 Rohingya Muslims and forced almost 4 lakh to flee and take shelter in Bangladesh, 12 Nobel Laureates including Prof Muhammad Yunus and 15 other eminent global citizens have sent an open letter to the President and Member States of UN Security Council to intervene immediately to end the crisis. More than 370,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh to ...details

    In awake of the recent violence in Myanmar’s Rakhaine state that killed 400 Rohingya Muslims and forced almost 4 lakh to flee and take shelter in Bangladesh, 12 Nobel Laureates including Prof Muhammad Yunus and 15 other eminent global citizens have sent an open letter to the President and Member ...details

    In awake of the recent violence in Myanmar’s Rakhaine state that killed 400 Rohingya Muslims and forced almost 4 lakh ...details

    Bangladesh starts FY2018 with rising July-August exports, remittance

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Monday, 11 September 2017 | read 257 times

    Bangladesh has started fiscal 2017-18 on an upbeat note by posting growths in both exports and remittance inflow in the first two months. Exports fetched the country $6.84 billion in July and August, which is around 14 percent more than the same period last financial year and nearly 8 percent more than the target set in the budget. To top it off, the amount of money sent by expatriate Bangladeshis grew by ...details

    Bangladesh has started fiscal 2017-18 on an upbeat note by posting growths in both exports and remittance inflow in the first two months. Exports fetched the country $6.84 billion in July and August, which is around 14 percent more than the same period last financial year and nearly 8 percent more ...details

    Bangladesh has started fiscal 2017-18 on an upbeat note by posting growths in both exports and remittance inflow in the ...details

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