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17 hours ago

**Bangladeshi student** **Sanjida Islam Choya** **on BBC’s 100 Influential Women list**

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Ashraf Nayan ( a free journalist from Bangladesh)

Bangladeshi student Sanjida Islam Choya has made it to the [BBC's list of the world's 100 influential women for 2022](www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-75af095e-21f7-41b0-9c5f-a96a5e0615c1) for her role in the fight against child marriage. Sanjida has helped prevent at least 50 child marriages in Bangladesh, according to the BBC. She first decided to act against child marriage after being inspired by a school presentation. Sanjida, who is now studying at a university, has a team named Ghashforing, which includes her friends and teachers. The team has reported incidents of 50 child marriage to the police so far.

The other Asian women on the list include Fatima Amiri of Afghanistan, Aye Nyein Thu of Myanmar, Velmariri Bambari of Indonesia, Sirisha Bandla of India, Priyanka Chopra Jonas of India, Sandya Eknaligoda of Sri Lanka, Sneha Jawale of India, Kimiko Hirata of Japan, Ayesha Malik of Pakistan, Nigar Marf of Iraq, and Milli of Thailand.
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**Bangladeshi student** **Sanjida Islam Choya** **on BBC’s 100 Influential Women list**

[PA ,DS/ B]
 Ashraf Nayan ( a free journalist from Bangladesh)

Bangladeshi student Sanjida Islam Choya has made it to the [BBCs list of the worlds 100 influential women for 2022](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-75af095e-21f7-41b0-9c5f-a96a5e0615c1) for her role in the fight against child marriage. Sanjida has helped prevent at least 50 child marriages in Bangladesh, according to the BBC. She first decided to act against child marriage after being inspired by a school presentation. Sanjida, who is now studying at a university, has a team named Ghashforing, which includes her friends and teachers. The team has reported incidents of 50 child marriage to the police so far.

The other Asian women on the list include Fatima Amiri of Afghanistan, Aye Nyein Thu of Myanmar, Velmariri Bambari of Indonesia, Sirisha Bandla of India, Priyanka Chopra Jonas of India, Sandya Eknaligoda of Sri Lanka, Sneha Jawale of India, Kimiko Hirata of Japan, Ayesha Malik of Pakistan, Nigar Marf of Iraq, and Milli of Thailand.
17 hours ago

**PM Hasina opens 1stEver (IFR) International Fleet Review-2022**

[BBS/DT]
Ashraf Nayan ( a free journalist from Bangladesh)

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina formally inaugurated International Fleet Review (IFR)-2022 at Inani in Cox’s Bazar on Wednesday morning. The four-day IFR began with participation of navies and maritime organisations from 28 countries including Bangladesh on Tuesday. Bangladesh Navy is organising the IFR on the occasion of the birth centenary of Bangladesh’s founding father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the Golden Jubilee of Independence of the country. It is the first ever IFR in the country with participation of so many nations including the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, India, China, Korea, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands and the host Bangladesh. The IFR serves as an ideal platform for world navies to showcase their prowess, naval diplomacy, goodwill and cooperation in the international arena. The navy headquarters expect that the IFR will be a great opportunity for Bangladesh in general and Bangladesh Navy in particular will interact with world navies in Bangladeshi waters, promote tourism and infrastructure development in the coastal areas of the country. The broad schedule of the event includes inauguration followed by a beach parade, glimpses of special force’s activities at sea and fleet review. Cultural events attended by foreign participants and international food festival was also arranged to present the diversified culture and rich traditions of Bangladesh and the participating countries.

It is the first ever IFR in the country with participation of so many nations including the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, India, China, Korea, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands and the host Bangladesh.
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**PM Hasina opens 1stEver (IFR) International Fleet Review-2022**

[BBS/DT]
 Ashraf Nayan ( a free journalist from Bangladesh)

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina formally inaugurated International Fleet Review (IFR)-2022 at Inani in Cox’s Bazar on Wednesday morning. The four-day IFR began with participation of navies and maritime organisations from 28 countries including Bangladesh on Tuesday. Bangladesh Navy is organising the IFR on the occasion of the birth centenary of Bangladesh’s founding father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the Golden Jubilee of Independence of the country. It is the first ever IFR in the country with participation of so many nations including the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, India, China, Korea, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands and the host Bangladesh. The IFR serves as an ideal platform for world navies to showcase their prowess, naval diplomacy, goodwill and cooperation in the international arena. The navy headquarters expect that the IFR will be a great opportunity for Bangladesh in general and Bangladesh Navy in particular will interact with world navies in Bangladeshi waters, promote tourism and infrastructure development in the coastal areas of the country. The broad schedule of the event includes inauguration followed by a beach parade, glimpses of special force’s activities at sea and fleet review. Cultural events attended by foreign participants and international food festival was also arranged to present the diversified culture and rich traditions of Bangladesh and the participating countries.

It is the first ever IFR in the country with participation of so many nations including the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, India, China, Korea, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands and the host Bangladesh.
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