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India on Monday expressed its intention to sign an open skies agreement with Bangladesh promising to liberalise rules and regulations of the international aviation industry and create a free-market environment for the airline industries of the neighbouring countries. Indian high commissioner Harsha Vardhan Shringla expressed his country’s interest to Bangladesh civil aviation and tourism minister […]

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The Bangladesh Biman aircraft carrying Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has taken off from Turkmenistan after being forced to make an emergency landing in an international airport in Turkmenistan’s capital Ashgabat. After completing repairs, the prime minister’s flight finally took off for Budapest at 6:37 pm (local time) said Biman in a statement on Sunday night. […]

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Ram Puniyani The decision to put a one day ban on Hindi NDTV, since withheld, came as a big jolt to the country. A major channel was asked to stop the broadcast. The charge was that its broadcast on Pathannkot revealed sensitive information maximum dosage of viagra \\ comprar cialis madrid \\ youtube cialis commercial […]

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Bangladesh stands eighth among the Asian countries in terms of women’s parliamentary representation with women occupying 20 percent of the seats in the national parliament. Nepal leads Asia in women’s political representation in the legislature with women occupying 30 percent seats in the Constituent Assembly of the country in 2015, according to data compiled by […]

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Indian high commissioner in Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Saturday said New Delhi seeks tranquility on Bangladesh-Myanmar borders having its own frontiers with both the countries while it supported Dhaka’s stance on Rohingya issue. ‘As far as we are concerned we want to peace and tranquility among borders not only between neighbouring countries but also […]

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Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary leader who built a communist state on the doorstep of the United States and for five decades defied US efforts to topple him, died on Friday, his younger brother announced to the nation. He was 90. A towering figure of the second half of the 20th Century, Castro stayed true […]

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They come by the thousands. Rohingya refugees from Myanmar’s northwestern Rakhine state are flooding across the border into Bangladesh. They’re fleeing violence that has plagued the state for weeks. Some refugees told CNN they suffered rape, torture, or saw their homes burned down and family members executed. “If (the military) finds any boys aged above […]

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Rohingya Muslims continued to enter Bangladesh through river border at Teknaf and land border in Bandarban on Friday while local people and Rohingyas claimed that the number of the Myanmar’s religious minority people sneaking in the country after October 9 crossed 7,000. Local people and Rohingyas said that over 7,000 Rohingya Muslims sneaked in Bangladesh […]

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Myanmar is seeking the ethnic cleansing of the Muslim Rohingya minority from its territory, a senior UN official has told the BBC. Armed forces have been killing Rohingya in Rakhine state, forcing many to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh, says John McKissick of the UN refugee agency. The government of Myanmar, also known as Burma, has […]

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Six year-old Noor Sahara, a young Rohingya girl, whose mother is missing and who crossed over the border with her neighbour Roshida poses for a photograph near a refugee camp in Teknaf on Wednesday. About 200 Rohingyas were floating on the river Naff for 48 hours till Wednesday afternoon in a desperate move to enter […]

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Members of Bangladesh Border Guard stand guard on the bank of the River Naf in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday to prevent Rohingya minorities from entering into Bangladesh. Over 200 more Rohinyas entered Bangladesh through Teknaf border in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday taking to over 1,200 the number Myanmar ethnic minority people sneaking into the country […]

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At least 3,000 people have fled fighting in northern Myanmar into China, Beijing said Tuesday, as the death toll from clashes between the military and ethnic rebels rose to nine. The violence is a fresh blow to de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s hopes of forging a nationwide peace agreement after decades of bloody […]

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