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India Myanmar Naval Exercise ‘IMNEX-19’ Exercises Submarine Transfer Underline India Myanmar Defence Cooperation conducted in Visakhapatnam on board INS Ranvijay.
Bangladesh handed over list of around 50,000 Rohingyas to Myanmar authorities, Bangladesh, China, Myanmar agreed to create tripartite joint working mechanism to evaluate situation
Bangladesh allowed India to install surveillance radar along coast on Bay of Bengal, initiatives for development of closer Maritime Security Partnership,
Second edition of Indian Navy, Bangladesh Navy CORPAT ongoing in Northern Bay of Bengal
India Bangladesh Expand Maritime Cooperation, CORPAT ongoing in Bay of Bengal followed by IN-BN Bilateral Exercise at Visakhapatnam.
Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF) ships visit Bangladesh Chattogram port in a bid to reinforce Prime Minister Abe’s vision of Free and Open Indo Pacific
Myanmar rejected Chinese offer to facilitate a visit by Rohingya refugees to Rakhine state to investigate situation ahead of repatriation from Bangladesh.
Indian Naval Air Squadrons (INAS) numbering 310, 311, 313, 318 and 550 equipped with Dornier are providing frontline surveillance support of the Indian Ocean region.
China to help Bangladesh construct first submarine base, future base to house two Chinese-made submarines purchased by Dhaka from Beijing.
Bangladesh is taking tough measures to contain an increase in violence in Rohingya refugee camps after the crisis over the mass exodus of the persecuted group from Myanmar entered its third year.
Indian Naval (IN) Ship Kesari and His Majesty’s Thailand Ship (HTMS) Kraburi along with Maritime Patrol Aircraft from both the navies are participating in the CORPAT.
There appears to be a competition of sorts for states in the Bay of Bengal littoral to acquire submarines and supplier nations to provide the same to maintain their respective strategic interests.
With a naval air squadron each at Port Blair, Vishakhapatnam and Chennai, the Bay of Bengal and Southern Indian Ocean will be under the Navy’s hawk eye.
Indian Coast Guard (ICG) in a coordinated operation with Bangladesh Coast Guard successfully repatriated 516 fishermen alongwith 32 Indian Fishing boats from Bangladesh
About 7,000 Bangladeshi workers have been put on a two-week leave pending an investigation into unrest that led to the death of a Chinese worker and damaged facilities
India plays a vital role in the U.S. vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific says Political-Military Affairs (PM) Bureau of the United States Department of State
Bangladeshi official criticized Chinese ambassador linking Rohingya refugee crisis to economic development in Myanmar Rakhine state.
ENC is monitoring the developments in the Bay of Bengal closely with Flag Officer Tamilnadu & Puducherry Naval Area(FOTNA) and Naval Officers-in-Charge (Andhra Pradesh) and (Odisha)
Emergence and violence of the Arakan Army as a major disruptive force in tandem with the ethno religious ARSA has resulted in rapidly deteriorating situation in the critical belt
UN rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar said,Bangladesh should slow its plans to relocate Rohingya refugees from mainland to Bhashan Char.
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