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The whistle of civilization

Minar Rashid মানবতার হুইসেল সরকারের অন্যতম বড় মুখপাত্র ও জাদরেল মন্ত্রী নাসিম ঘোষণা করেছেন, আমাদের দেশটিতে এখন দক্ষিণ এশিয়ার মধ্যে সবচাইতে বেশি শান্তি বিরাজ করছে। তার এই ঘোষণাটি কর্ণকূহরে প্রবেশের পরপরই দেশটিকে নিয়ে একটি হুইসেল ( গৃহযুদ্ধের পথে দেশ) বাজিয়েছেন সুইডিশ ক্রিস্টিয়ান ডেমোক্রেটস, ইউরোপীয়ান পার্লামেন্টের ফরেন এফেয়ার্স এবং হিউম্যান রাইটস কমিটির প্রভাবশালী সদস্য ল্যার অ্যাডাকটুসন। […]

By RICHARD FAUSSET and MANNY FERNANDEZ It was a quiet spring night in East Tennessee when a police officer noticed the old gray Toyota Camry rolling slowly through the downtown streets, swerving out of its lane and stopping for green lights. Mohammod Abdulazeez — a dark-haired 24-year-old, about six feet tall with a sturdy wrestler’s […]

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Nuclear weapons have drastically reduced Pakistan’s vulnerability to India. So why doesn’t it slow spending on conventional arms and increase spending on its population? Earlier this year, retired Lt. Gen. Khalid Kidwai, who was in charge of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons for 15 years, delivered a message to policymakers in the United States. In his prepared […]

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BNP warned that the government cannot demoralise the opposition leaders and activists by threatening to try their chairperson Khaleda Zia under special  tribunal. Addressing a press briefing at BNP’s Nayapaltan central office, party spokesman Asaduzzaman Ripon  Ripon further said on Monday, “We want to clearly say the allegations for which the government is threatening to […]

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Sadeq Khan Bangladesh is again on the screen of international television broadcasts and in the world media. Their breaking news reported: 27 poor people lost their lives in alms-seeking stampede. Local media reported that in a jostle for zakat clothes, 23 women and 4 children got trampled to death in Mymensingh town early morning of […]

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BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has again warned of fresh anti-government agitations. But she assured that her party’s demonstration would be ‘peaceful’ this time. The BNP-led alliance had enforced a violent three-month agitation since January to press for a snap election. It left over 100 people dead, thousands of vehicles damaged and the economy bleeding. On […]

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Road are dilapidated at most places but the government blamed the opposition blockade and hartals for losing opportunity to improve the road and highway condition and repairs them. At Gazipur and Ashuluia buses were playing in big potholes submerged by water logging. But Eidgoers remained defiant to any risk. Meanwhile, extortions and excess demand for […]

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by G.M.B. Akash / Panos More than the technology it is the advocacy that allowed the Bright Green Energy Foundation (BGEF) to install more than 145,000 solar home systems (SHS) that benefit eight million rural people in Bangladesh. SHS units including solar panels, battery and regulator are not displayed in showrooms. Instead BGEF has been directly […]

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IANS An image of a man using the Bangladesh national flag as a prayer rug has sparked criticism on Facebook and other social media platforms, a media report said on Saturday. It was not clear where the photo was taken but some assumed that it was taken at Chittagong’s Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium during the […]

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Everyone should resolve to strive better in the year ahead, to find more effective ways to improve social welfare, and help more people work their way out of poverty For Muslims all around the world, Eid-ul-Fitr is the most auspicious occasion in the Islamic calendar. The forthcoming holiday is a time to recall the lessons […]

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BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Saturday criticized the incumbent government in her remarks after exchanging Eid greetings with the diplomats and the general citizens at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the city. She said people at home are not safe and that Sheikh Hasina’s government continues to kidnap and kill people. She said it […]

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Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said periodical cabinet reshuffle in a parliamentary democracy is a normal practice and this may happen any time, reports United News of Bangladesh. “Bringing changes in a cabinet is very much normal in a parliamentary democracy…it can be done any time…this happens,” she told journalists after exchange of greetings […]

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