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Shah Rukh detained for 2 hours at New York airport

  April 13, 2012 Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan was detained at a New York airport for over two hours by immigration officials after arriving from India in a private plane with Nita Ambani, to address students at Yale University in New Haven. While Nita, wife of Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, and the rest […]

One of Britain’s most important Muslim leaders is to be charged with war crimes in Bangladesh, Britain’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported on Sunday, reports UNB. Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin, director of Muslim spiritual care provision in the NHS, a trustee of the major British charity Muslim Aid and a central figure in setting up the Muslim Council […]

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Suranjit resigns

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Admits responsibility of railwaygate scam, will stay away from politics temporarily In a rare move, Suranjit Sengupta on Monday resigned as the railways minister about four and half months into taking charge of the ministry following the railwaygate scandal. The veteran Awami League leader will also stay away from politics until he comes “clear” through […]

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Moni brings glory for the country

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that Enamul Haque Moni will stand in the one-off Test between New Zealand and Zimbabwe at McLean Park in Napier from January 26. Moni will become the first Bangladeshi to be the on-field umpire in the game’s highest version. Australian Rod Tucker will be his partner in the […]

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100 hrs on, Sagar -Runi's murder still remain mystery to investigators

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By Nazmus Saquib Although five days have elapsed since the brutal murder of the journalist couple Meherun Runi and Sagar Sarwar, Police is yet to find any clue to crack the case, giving rise to palpable shock and anger among colleagues and kin of the journalists. Wishing anonymity, a crime reporter of a national daily […]

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