Two countries work together to clamp down on crime.
India, Bangladesh to fight maritime crimes
Indian Coast Guard and Bangladesh Coast Guard officers held a high-level meeting in New Delhi on Monday ...
Bay of Bengal remains highly dangerous for fishing vessels.
8 fishermen injured by bullets in Bay
Eight fishermen were injured by bullets as pirates attacked their trawlers in the Bay of Bengal ...
Suspected traffickers also rescued.
38 illegal migrants feared dead as trawler capsizes
Tarek Mahmud, Chittagong
At least 38 people are feared dead after an overcrowded fishing trawler, carrying Malaysia-bound illegal migrants, capsized in ...
A ‘Three-Dimensional’ Bangladesh Navy in the Bay of Bengal
As the Bangladesh Navy slowly builds capacity, India should seek to engage its neighbor.
By Pushan Das
As the Bangladesh Navy inches towards its goal ...
Crime still a major issue.
Bangladesh's maritime security needs beefing up
An arbitral tribunal established under Annex VII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) helped ...
Government seeks to reinforce security.
PM asks coast guards to protect maritime areas
Govt committed to turning 'Blue Economy' concept into reality
Prime Minister (PM) Sheikh Hasina directed Thursday the members of the ...
Indian Coast Guard increasing vigilance.
Vigil along eastern coast shored up, says IG
Commander, Coast Guard Region (East) Inspector General Satya Prakash Sharma on Wednesday said vigil on the eastern coast ...
Piracy still a major problem in the Bay of Bengal.
Pirates kidnap 14 fishermen in Patuakhali
Pirates kidnapped 14 fishermen from the Bay of Bengal under Kalapara upazila of Patuakhali on Tuesday.
Local people ...
Chittagong no longer listed as high risk.
Bangladesh cuts 70% piracy at Bay of Bengal with US support
Bangladeshi and American maritime partnership has made the Bay of Bengal “more secure”, the ...
PM looks to build on blue economy.
'Bangladesh no longer in pirate prone countries'
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said journey in the sea route is safe now as Bangladesh is no ...
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