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BJP lawmaker: Shoot Bangladeshis, Rohingyas if they don’t leave India

BJP Telangana lawmaker Raja Singh ANI Twitter Account This is not the first time Singh had made a controversial statement Amid the ongoing row over the Assam National Register of Citizens (NRC) draft list, a lawmaker from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had stirred controversy over his statement on Rohingya and Bangaldeshi immigrants, NDTV reports. […]

Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan UNB Shajahan Khan’s apology came at a time when outrage over the deaths of two teenagers in the road accident fuelled a third day of protests. Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan on Monday apologized for grinning after hearing the news of the killing of two students of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin School and College […]

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Cops disperse schoolboys who blocked Mirpur Road in Science Laboratory crossing in Dhaka on Tuesday in protest at death of two students in road accidents. — Sourav Lasker Angry protests by students in the streets of the capital and elsewhere in the country continued for the third straight day on Tuesday over the deaths of […]

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Tamim Iqbal (L) of Bangladesh stumped by Denesh Ramdin (R) of West Indies during their 1st T20i matchat Warner Park, Basseterre, St. Kitts, on Wednesday… AFP photo Bangladesh lost wickets at regular intervals to be restricted to an underwhelming 143-9 in the first Twenty20 international against West Indies at Saint Kitts on Wednesday. Mahmudullah made […]

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We risk our lives every day MAHMUD HOSSAIN OPU We have all become a bit too comfortable at the prospect of death As a child, one of the more morbid “time pass” activities I engaged in when I was out with my parents, bored out of my hyperactive 8-year-old mind, was to imagine a hypothetical […]

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The Asian Development Bank has approved an assistance package totalling more than $357 million for a project to develop two power lines in Bangladesh. The investments comprise a $350 million ADB loan, a $7 million grant from the Japan Fund for the Joint Crediting Mechanism or JFJCM to partially finance new high-technology energy efficient conductors, […]

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