sexta-feira, 29 de fevereiro de 2008


When machine-readable passports are standardised worldwide by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and most countries use these along with biometric ones, Bangladeshi nationals carry passports prepared manually using primitive technologies.

A passport issued in December last year reads the bearer's occupation 'Pnirale Sunrice' instead of 'Private Service' and hometown 'Meenliganj' instead of 'Munsiganj'.
Rokeya Begum, a resident of Rampura, was stunned to see she was sharing the same birth date and year with her eight-year-old daughter.
Another passport was issued with the expiry date 1917 instead of 2007.


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