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Asaf Khandekar

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  1. I think we can all agree we want the best for Bangladesh. Lets stop this negativity here.
  2. Bangladesh most expensive country to live in South Asia Tribune Desk Published at 04:52 pm February 17th, 2020 The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is the world’s most affordable country to live in According to a report from CEOWORLD magazine, Bangladesh is the most expensive country in South Asia and Switzerland is officially the world's most expensive nation to live in. Meanwhile, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is the world’s most affordable country to live in, followed by Afghanistan, India, Syria, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tunisia, the report added. European countries were prominent on the most expensive list. Of the top-twenty nations, nine were in Europe, five in Asia, one in North America, one in Africa, two in the Caribbean, and two in Oceania. Norway ranks second in the list of the world’s most expensive countries to live, followed by Iceland, Japan, Denmark, Bahamas, Luxembourg, Israel, Singapore, and South Korea. A little further down the list one will find the United States in the 20th position, the United Kingdom in 27th, Saudi Arabia in 57th, and Russia in 82nd. CEOWORLD magazine's rankings are based on five major metrics -- cost of living, rent, groceries, eating out and purchasing power. To identify the world’s most and least expensive countries to live in, CEOWORLD magazine collected and reviewed data from dozens of studies, numbers of consumer price index, cost of Living Index, and numerous national and international media reports. These data are then compiled into an index, using the notoriously expensive city of New York City (NYC) as a benchmark. New York was given an index score of 100. So a country with a score higher than 100 is more expensive than New York, while below signals less expensive. As a reference point, the average score for Germany was 65.26, making it the 29th most expensive country to live in. Top 10 countries with highest living cost Sl Countries 1 Switzerland 2 Norway 3 Iceland 4 Japan 5 Denmark 6 Bahamas 7 Luxembourg 8 Israel 9 Singapore 10 South Korea https://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2020/02/17/bangladesh-most-expensive-country-to-live-in-south-asia
  3. The man wants to meet and name his wives before he wants to meet Allah. That says it all. Allah knows best on what to do with these people.
  4. Syed, let's give them another chance because these two are first time offenders. Rules can be communicated better.
  5. In 2012 Adnan Corporation sold 17 units Armored Personnel Carriers (APC) – manufactured by STREIT MANUFACTURING INC., Canada – to Bangladesh Police for using them in UN peace keeping mission. Total contract value: USD $ 5,434,900.00 (Five Million Four Hundred Thirty Four Thousand Nine Hundred US Dollar Only).
  6. In 2013 Adnan Corporation sold 5 units of Riot Van (Water Cannon) – manufactured by DAEJI PRESITION & INDUSTRIES CO., LTD; South Korea – to Bangladesh Police for using them in UN peace keeping mission. Total contract Value: USD 800,000.00 (Eight Hundred Thousand US Dollar Only)
  7. BGB personnel leaving a camp in Tejgaon for patrol on Friday, the eve of the elections to the two city corporations in Dhaka. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi
  8. Bangladesh's defence budget is 1.2% of GDP, its the second lowest in the region after Bhutan. https://www.sipri.org/sites/default/files/Data for all countries from 1988–2018 in constant (2017) USD (pdf).pdf
  9. This forum is different, we respect qualitative discussions even with differing views and encourage out of the box concepts for strengthening Bangladesh's defence capabilites .
  10. I don't expect the defence budget to rise abnormally becausee 60% of the budget is dedicated towards salaries of personnel and only a small armount goes towards defence purchases. Most of the purchases are made through special allocations not covered by the official defence budget.
  11. There are only 3 MiG-29Bs and 1 MiG-29UB remaining in the country with the forming having actual BVR AAM firing capability. Bangladesh has not been this vulnerable since a very long time. If Myanmar wanted to attack they would have done so. The fact that they don't want a physical war with Bangladesh. They already succeeded in their plan to expel most of the Rohingya's out of their country. Their main threat is the rise of the Arakan Army.
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  13. RAB also has 15 battalion size field units spread all over the country. Among them, 5 are located in the capital Dhaka. The units are located as follows: RAB-1 : Uttara, Dhaka RAB-2 : Agargaon, Dhaka RAB-3 : Tikatuli, Dhaka RAB-4 : Mirpur, Dhaka RAB-5 : Rajshahi RAB-6 : Khulna RAB-7 : Chittagong RAB-8 : Barisal RAB-9 : Sylhet RAB-10 : Jatrabari, Dhaka RAB-11 : Narayanganj RAB-12 : Sirajganj RAB-13 : Rangpur RAB-14 : Mymensingh RAB-15: Cox's Bazar
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