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Chittagong Port

More than 2 lakh yaba seized in Ctg

More than 2 lakh yaba seized in Ctg

Members of Bangladesh Navy seized 2,20,000 yaba tablets at the outer anchorage of Chittagong Port early yesterday. During a raid, an anti-smuggling team of the navy seized a fishing trawler, FV Saleha, and recovered the contraband pills from it, said team commander Md Jasimuzzaman. This seizure is the largest ever haul of yaba tablets in...

Navy warship catches fire at Ctg port

Navy warship catches fire at Ctg port

A warship of Bangladesh Navy caught fire at Chittagong port this afternoon. The fire originated around 2:00pm from the kitchen of the ship -- BNS Omar Faroque, the Bangla daily Prothom Alo reports quoting sources at the navy, port and fire service. Two tugboats -- Kandari-2 and Kandari-10, two navy ships and five firefighting units...

Fate of New Mooring Container Terminal hangs in balance

Fate of New Mooring Container Terminal hangs in balance

Uncertainty looms on full-fledged operations of New Mooring Container Terminal of Chittagong Port, as fresh dispute arises over how the terminal will be operated. The one-kilometre-long terminal, constructed by the port at Tk 566 crore, cannot go into operations due to failure in appointing an operator even after seven years of its construction in...

CHITTAGONG PORT

Traders forced to pay Tk 64.7 lakh bribe a day: TIB

Traders forced to pay Tk 64.7 lakh bribe a day: TIB

Exporters and importers have to pay Tk 47.5 lakh in bribe at the Chittagong customs house a day to complete customs-related formalities, according to a study of Transparency International Bangladesh. In addition, the importers have to bribe officials and employees Tk 17.2 lakh to clear their goods from the port even despite having valid...

Huge Yaba consignment seized in Ctg

Huge Yaba consignment seized in Ctg

Bangladesh Coast Guard detained a man and recovered 150,000 pieces of Yaba tablets from his possession at Chittagong port early today. The detainee is Mohammad Aziz, 35, reports our Chittagong correspondent. Acting on a tip-off, a team of the coastguard raided a fishing boat at the outer anchorage of the port near Swandip channel around...

Lighter vessel sinks in Ctg port

Lighter vessel sinks in Ctg port

A lighter vessel carrying around 1500 tonnes of steel coils sank in the outer anchorage of Chittagong Port this morning. The vessel MV Sunderban-1 sank somewhere in between Alpha and Bravo anchorages of the outer anchorage around 7:15am when it was going to Narayanganj from the port, radio control operators at the Chittagong Port...

Lighter vessel capsizes in Bay

Lighter vessel capsizes in Bay

A lighter vessel capsized with 950 tonnes of cement clinker in the Bay of Bengal near Patenga Sea Beach in Chittagong this morning. All the crew of the vessel, numbering 7 to 8, were rescued by the staff of other ships soon after the incident, reports our Chittagong correspondent Confirming the incident, radio control operators...

No bargaining chip in govt's hands

BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir yesterday said the incumbent government would not be able to realise its due share of the Teesta water, as it had given "everything" to India, and did not have any bargaining chip left. "The government has given transit, corridor to India, and let it use the Chittagong port," Fakhrul told a rally at Azampur of the capital's Uttara during the inauguration the party's two-day long march towards Teesta Barrage in Lalmonirhat, demanding...

Indian Coast Guard to visit Ctg port Mar 20

Indian Coast Guard to visit Ctg port Mar 20

The Indian Coast Guard personnel will pay a four-day visit to Chittagong port from March 20 aiming to enhance friendship and bilateral co-operation between the two neighbouring coast guards. They will conduct the visit by a ship ICGS Vajra, an offshore patrol vessel, which is capable of performing anti-smuggling operations, search and rescue missions...

Editorial

Shipments show healthy traffic

THE year 2013 will go down in the history of Bangladesh as a tumultuous time politically. The countrywide blockade kept the capital city in isolation from the rest of the country and put serious strain on communications and trade. In spite of that, the port city of Chittagong, principal entrepot for the bulk of imports and exports managed to increase, rather than decrease shipments to the tune of nearly 6 per cent. Credit must be given where it is...

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