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Don’t say the N-word in Karnataka

A Pakistani view on the strategic implications of a new Indian nuclear city by Ahmad Khan There have been repeated confirmed reports that India is constructing a new nuclear city at Challakere, Karnataka. The city-size complex will produce highly enriched uranium to not only fuel its nuclear powered submarines, but also feed its thermonuclear bombs. […]

Humanitarian Groups, Journalists, and Rights Monitors Need Access The Burmese government and army should urgently ensure humanitarian aid can reach ethnic Rohingya and other vulnerable populations in northern Rakhine State, Human Rights Watch said today. Government security operations have cut off assistance to tens of thousands of people and forced many to flee their homes. […]

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Citycell employees will launch a protest if the management fails to respond positively to their demand by Tuesday Employees of Citycell have demanded that the mobile operator management immediately clear all their unpaid dues. Leaders of the Employees’ Union of Citycell will submit a letter in this regard to the top management of the country’s […]

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Being instructed by BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman, the party leaders have decided not to attend the 20th national council of the ruling Awami League Until Friday evening, the leaders of the party were divided into two groups over whether to attend the council in context of present political scenario of the country, said a […]

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The session of the foreign delegates’ speech began with Special Envoy to the Chinese President Zheng Xiaosong The first day of the ruling Awami League’s national council yesterday saw 54 high profile representatives of governments and political parties from 11 countries who highly praised the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her role in […]

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The government has signed contracts taking on board six local and foreign firms as consultants to the project to construct a tunnel under the river Karnaphuli in Chittagong. Australian SMEC International Pty Limited and Danish firm COWI will jointly head the consultancy job. OVE-ARUP and Partners Hong Kong Limited and Bangladesh’s ACI Consultant Limited, Development […]

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Sakib al Hasan took two late wickets to complete his 15th five-wicket haul but they could not stop England from taking the control in the first Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong on Saturday. Ben Stokes hit 85 runs in the second innings to steer England to 228-8 at stumps on the third day after his […]

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The ruling Awami League on Saturday began its 20th national conference and council session that would expand the central working committee and presidium amending the party constitution and elect new leadership for the next three years. Party president Sheikh Hasina, also the prime minister, inaugurated the conference at Suhrawardy Udyan in Dhaka around 10:15am. Sheikh […]

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The prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, also the Awami League president, on Saturday urged its leaders, activists and public representatives to make a list of poor and homeless people in their respective areas to ensure their welfare to make Bangladesh a poverty-free country. ‘We want to free Bangladesh from poverty. cialis 20 mg not enough I […]

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Goa BRICS Summit

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India hosted the eighth BRICS summit in Goa on October 15-16 amid much fanfare. The group was formed with five major emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – with a view to challenging the existing global financial architecture (World Bank, IMF, etc) dominated by the West, particularly the US. These five […]

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