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BTRCBangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission
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Thales Alenia Space is proud to have been selected by the BTRC for the first iconic Bangladeshi Telecom satellite.
A BTRC official said that the directive would be applicable to both the mobile operators and banks.
The BTRC eventually banned the site as Google US and Google APAC, which control the operations of YouTube facility across the Asia-pacific region, did not respond to Bangladesh's request to withdraw the film.
The BTRC also said that some links in Facebook contained "obnoxious" images of the country's leaders including the prime minister.
In pursuing these two central research topics, the BTRC aims at developing practical biomass conversion processes that are sufficiently cost efficient to promote the substitution of fossil resources centered around petroleum and to contribute to the establishment of an energy recycling society.
The BTRC expects that this achievement will contribute to the wider use of biomass resources and, in particular, will be applied to use for compact and portable plants for manufacturing diesel fuel from woody biomass.
Through this auction, BTRC plans to earn around BDT 50 bln.
On September 8, 2013, banglalink was officially announced as one of the winners of the 3G spectrum auction, conducted by BTRC.
BTRC has issued International Gateway (IGW), Interconnection Exchange (ICX) and International Internet Gateway (IIG) Licenses through open auctions and earlier on April 12, 2012, twenty six ICX, twenty seven IGW, and thirty six IIG licenses were awarded to various operators.
The state-run BSS news agency earlier yesterday reported that the BTRC action came hours after elite anti-crime Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) troops arrested a "cyber criminal" of the city on charges of posting recently "objectionable, disfigured and satirical photographs" of several government leaders using different accounts.
It is projected by the BTRC to launch the spectrum by March next year.
36 million at the end of April 2010,o a BTRC spokesman told Gulf News.