Why decreasing Royal Bengal Tiger in the Sundarbans?

Royal Bengal TigerAccording to the latest survey, only 100 Tiger or Royal Bengal Tiger is left in the Sundarbans.  Many experts have been surprised at the number of ways to capture on camera.

The forest department conservator of forest wildlife in the region Tapan Kumar said, “Cameras capture method survey found 83 to 130 tigers in Bangladesh and Indian’s Sundarbans. As the average of the actual number of tigers in Bangladesh could be a maximum of 106.”

But earlier in 2004, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Indian experts with the support by Footprints based survey of 6,000 square kilometers 440 Royal Bengal Tigers was calculated in the Sundarbans. In the men’s 121, the tigress 298 and the children Tiger 21 was mentioned in the report. Continue reading

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Bangladeshi High Court bans Hindi songs as ringtones

Hindi songs as ringtonesBangladesh mobile phone ringtones and welcome tune as refrain from the use of Hindi songs the High Court.

Deputy Attorney General Amit Talukder said today at the hearing of a petition; the court issued the order.

The President of Music Industry Owners Association filed a writ petition in last June, their Hindi ringtone, welcome tune and the other subcontinent countries music with the use of mobile phone challenging the legality. Continue reading

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Bangladesh is now a lower-middle-income country: World Bank

World BankBangladesh low-income countries are now out of the lower middle-income countries has increased. Wednesday the World Bank released a list of information came up.

Bangladesh’s per capita income is 1,046 USD. That the country’s per capita income is 1046 USD to 4125 USD, the World Bank put this country on the list of lower middle-income countries. Continue reading

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France, Kuwait and Tunisia attacks: 52 Dead

Terrorist AttacksThe terrorist attacks on tourist hotels in Tunisia: 37 Dead

At least 37 people were killed the attacks on two hotels in Tunisia Sousse.  The two hotels are known as the tourist hotels.

Unidentified a gunman attacked today. Tunisia’s Interior Ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui already confirmed the killing. He termed the attack a terrorist attack.

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