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Rescued Rohingya refugees pose for photographs at the Border Guard Bangladesh camp in Teknaf on 8 February 2019. Bangladeshi border guards have rescued 30 Rohingya refugees from a coastal town who were waiting to board on boats which would “take them to Malaysia”, an official said on 8 February. Photo: AFPPolice have stopped 43 Rohingya refugees from being smuggled to Malaysia by boat with a dozen women claiming they were abducted by traffickers, officials said Thursday.Acting on tip-offs, police found the refugees at two separate places in the southeastern border district of Cox’s Bazar, raising the number of Rohingya being rescued from the traffickers to more than 100 in less than a week.About 740,000 of the Muslim minority fled Myanmar for Bangladesh after a military clampdown in the Buddhist-majority nation in August 2017.They have joined another 300,000 Rohingya who have already been living in overcrowded camps in Cox’s Bazar following previous bouts of violence.Officials fear many may end up being exploited by an internationally organised human smuggling racket who have previously sent thousands of Rohingya to Malaysia by boats until the authorities launched a crackdown in 2015 following the discovery of mass graves of refugees in Thailand.Rapid Action Battalion, an elite police unit, said they rescued 12 women—mostly in their 20s—from a residential room in Cox’s Bazar city early Thursday morning and arrested two alleged traffickers for “abducting” them.“The young women from the refugee camps were lured by the traffickers. They were promised they would be sent to Malaysia. They were then brought to Cox’s Bazar and kept in a house,” RAB spokesman Mashkur Rahman told AFP.Rahman said they were treating it as a case of abduction after the women claimed they were confined in a room without consent.In another drive late Wednesday, Cox’s Bazar police rescued another 31 Rohingya from the southern island of Maheshkhali, some 110 kilometres (70 miles) away from the overcrowded Kutupalong refugee camp.Local police chief Provash Chandra said the 14 women, 11 men and six children were hiding in a coastal forest at Maheskhali waiting to board a Malaysian-bound boat.“They paid some 20,000 taka ($240) each to the traffickers for the journey,” he said.He said they arrested a woman trafficker and were “searching for others”.Dangerous sign -An analyst said the latest discovery of Malaysia-bound Rohingya was a “dangerous” sign and shows the desperation at more than 30 refugee camps where the Rohingya live in bamboo and tarpaulin made shanties in squalid conditions.“It is very natural for the desperate refugees to attempt the risk to search for a better future,” Tasneem Siddiqui, who heads a Bangladeshi think tank on migration issues, told AFP.“They know the way is full of obstacles, yet many think this is their only way out,” she said.Authorities fear that more Rohingya will try to take boats to Malaysia while the Bay of Bengal remains calm before the arrival of monsoons at the end of March.
Relatives break down in tears after Feni madrasa girl Nusrat Jahan Rafi dies at Dhaka Medical College Hospital on Wednesday. Photo: Hasan RajaAfter fighting for her life for five days, madrasa girl Nusrat Jahan Rafi who was set afire in Songazi upazila of Feni succumbed to her injuries at Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Wednesday night, reports UNB. She died at the DMCH Burn and Plastic Surgery unit around 9:30pm, said its chief Rayhana Awwal Sumi. The body was kept at the hospital mortuary and it will be handed over to the family following autopsy on Thursday morning, she said. Meanwhile, prime minister Sheikh Hasina expressed deep shock at the death of the madrasa girl. Feni madrasa girl Nusrat Jahan Rafi’s father and brother break down in tears in front of Samanta Lal Sen, Chief National Coordinator for Burn and Plastic Surgery Institute of Dhaka Medical College Hospital on 10 April. Photo: Hasan RazaIn a condolence message, she prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul and conveyed her sympathy to the bereaved family members. On 6 April, Rafi was set afire an examination centre of Alim examination allegedly by students loyal to principal Sirajuddoula of Sonagazi Senior Fazil Madrasa after he was arrested and subsequently suspended as Rafi had accused him of sexually harassing her. She was immediately taken to the DMCH for better treatment where she underwent a surgery under life support on Tuesday. The operation conducted after discussion with the physicians from Singapore General Hospital as she was not fit enough to be flown to Singapore. On Monday, prime minister Sheikh Hasina directed for sending Rafi to Singapore for better treatment. Ten people, including the madrasa principal, have so far been arrested in connection with the arson attack. On Tuesday, Feni police arrested a student of Sonagazi Islamia Senior Fazil Madrasa, Shampa, over setting fire on Rafi.Nusrat Jahan Rafi.Police said the Alim student was arrested as the victim told her doctors that during the arson attack, she heard that someone was saying, “Shampa let’s go”. On Monday, in a declaration, Rafi told her doctors that four students wearing burqas set her on fire. She identified one of them as Shampa. Meanwhile, a Feni court on Wednesday placed the principal on a seven-day remand and two other people on a five-day one over the incident. The two others are Abser Uddin, lecturer of English department of the madrasa, and student Arif. Shirin Akhter fainted after the death of her daughter and Feni madrasa girl Nusrat Jahan Rafi at Dhaka Medical College Hospital on 10 April. Photo: AsaduzzamanOn Tuesday, a court in Feni granted a five-day remand for four people — Nur Hossain, Kefayet Ullah, Md Alauddin and Shahidul Islam — who were arrested in case filed over the incident. Besides, Moazzem Hossain, officer-in-charge (OC) of Sonagazi model police station, was withdrawn over the incident. The case was filed accusing eight identified people, including madrasa principal Sirajuddoula, lecturer of English Absar Uddin, Feni municipality councillor Maksudul Alam Maksud, and four unidentified ones. Feni madrasa girl Nusrat Jahan Rafi’s brother Mahmudul Hasan (L) and father Abu Musa (R) at Dhaka Medical College Hospital on 10 April. Photo: Aminul IslamOn Wednesday, the case was transferred to the Police Bureau of Investigation.
Kolkata: The Enforcement Branch (EB) of North 24-Parganas District Police have busted an illegal business of domestic LPG cylinders and arrested the owner.According to sources, Ramesh Chandra Adhikary, the illegal businessman, used to run a gas oven and other apparatus service centre at Thakurnagar Babupara in Gaighata. Recently, the cops got a tip-off that Adhikary was doing illegal business under the shadow of the business centre. Acting on the tip-off, sleuths started monitoring Adhikary and also tried to gather information about him. Few days ago, the police learnt about his business of illegal domestic LPG cylinders. Also the cops came to know that recently an advertisement of Adhikary’s service centre was published where it was clearly mentioned that he would arrange a new LPG connection within one day. It was also written in the advertisement that he provides LPG cylinders on hire. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeWhile conducting a probe, the sleuths learnt that he also sells domestic LPG cylinders at a high rate to people when needed. Also, domestic LPG cylinders were being provided on hire to restaurants and at ceremonial programmes. On Wednesday, a team from the EB raided Adhikary’s service centre. Though he tried to mislead them but after a few incriminating documents were found, the sleuths arrested him. During interrogation, Adhikary broke down and stated that he used to stock domestic LPG cylinders in several warehouses in the area. Immediately, raids were conducted and several domestic LPG cylinders were seized. He admitted that two more persons were involved in this.
Marriott hotel guests in the US will be able to access Netflix on connected TVs, thanks to a partnership that the hotel chain said will “revolutionise the guest room entertainment experience.”Selected Marriott hotels will let guests subscribe to the SVoD service, or sign into their existing accounts, by using the Netflix app provided on in-room televisions, in a move designed to respond to changing viewer habits.Marriott claims it is the first hotel brand to be authorised to offer guests direct access to their Netflix accounts as part of its guest room entertainment offering.Netflix is currently available at six Marriott, with six more launching this summer. The hotel company said it plans to expand Netflix to 100 properties by the end of 2015 and to “nearly all” of its 300-plus properties in the US by the end of 2016.“Our collaboration with Netflix responds to changing consumer preferences in the way our guests access and watch content, while recognising the leading role Netflix is playing in driving this transformation,“ said Matthew Carroll, vice-president brand management, Marriott Hotels.“Because consumers are choosing to take their streaming content with them when they travel, Marriott Hotels is making the industry’s first rollout of Netflix a priority.”Netflix’s global head of business development, Bill Holmes, said: “Our members tell us they want to watch Netflix anytime, in any place where they have an Internet connection. Through our partnership with Marriott, they’ll get to watch their favourite movies, TV shows and Netflix originals on big screens just like they do at home.”