Reliance Power will set up a 2 million tonnes a year floating LNG import terminal with a floating storage and re-gasification unit (FSRU) to bring the fuel in ships for firing the power plant.
Natore Press Club president Rezaul Karim Reza said that an envelope containing a computer-composed letter on an ILF pad reached the press club by post, Independent Bangladesh newspaper reported.
There have been systematic assaults in Bangladesh in recent months, especially targeting minorities, secular bloggers, intellectuals and foreigners.
In a recent spate of attacks, a liberal professor, an editor and gay activist, a student and a Hindu tailor were killed and in most of the cases Islamic State or al-Qaeda in Indian sub continent have claimed the attacks.
Bangladesh’s government denies that transnational jihadist groups have been behind a spate of bloody attacks on secular writers, bloggers, foreigners and religious minorities
Rajshahi University professor AFM Rezaul Karim Siddiquee, 58, was murdered within 50 metres of his residence in the country’s northwestern city of Rajshahi, police said.
Mahmudur Rahman, 62, already faces 75 cases of sedition after authorities shutdown his Amar Desh newspaper for allegedly inciting religious tension in 2013.
Police did not say whether the arrests were in relation to the murder of Nazimuddin Samad, a law student who was killed on the streets of Dhaka last week after criticising Islamism in Facebook posts.
The killing of 28-year-old Nazimuddin Samad on Wednesday night follows a string of similar attacks last year, when at least five secular bloggers and publishers were killed allegedly by radical Islamists.
Nazimuddin Samad, a masters student of the state-run Jagannath University’s law department, was killed by suspected Islamist militants in Old Dhaka’s Sutrapur area on Wednesday night.
Mushfiqur Rahim took aim at India after their 7-wicket loss to West Indies on Thursday.
Highlighting the steps taken by his government in this regard, Singh said that a few months ago he had visited the India-Bangladesh border and held “talks with the Bangladesh government”.
After the passage of the Eighth Amendment Bill on June 7, 1988, 15 noted personalities had filed a public interest litigation challenging the state religion provision.
Bangladesh suffered their fourth defeat in the tournament, going down to New Zealand by 75 runs in the ICC World Twenty20.
Tauseef Ahmed said he could see no cricketing logic for the way Bangladesh gifted the match to India in the final over.