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Golam Yusuf
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G. Yusuf from Darampassa of Sunamganj. his contact: [email protected]
Working for the Daily Observer, since August 20, 2017. Previously worked with online news portal Bangla news, Just news, and the Daily people’s Time from 2014-2017. Worked as a reporter in local online news paper Sylhet express from 2008-2014. Beside journalism he write poem, story and article.




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US govt shutdown becomes longest in American historyThe partial government shutdown became the longest closure in U.S. history as Trump’s row with Democrats over building a Mexico border wall entered a record 22nd day Saturday.The Democrats’ refusal to approve $5.7 billion demanded by Trump for the wall project has paralyzed Washington, with the president retaliating by refusing to sign off on budgets ...
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RMG worker killed in Savar clash with cops A garment worker was killed after a clash between readymade garment (RMG) factory workers and police at Savar, on the outskirts of capital Dhaka on Tuesday. Son of Amir Ali, deceased Sumon Mia, 22, was a resident of Sherpur district.  He was a worker of Anlima Textile Ltd in the area.Witnesses said around 3.30pm, clashes ...
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Vikings beat Riders Chittagong Vikings won by three wickets against Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Saturday.Making his tournament debut, Robbie Frylinck took 4 for 14 before his unbeaten 12 took Vikings home.Ravi Bopara top-scored for Riders, making 44 of the team's 98 runs, after their top four fell for ...
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Chittagong Vikings opt to bowl firstChittagong Vikings won the toss in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) opener against Rangpur Riders and decided to bowl first at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Saturday.   The Vikings finished the last BPL bottom at the points table. But this time, they are hoping to write a new history as their captain Mushfiqur Rahim said ...
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He’s in White House, she’s in Congress!For the next two years, the US President Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi will have to work together.It won’t be easy.Trump, the Republican president, will need to deal with Pelosi, the Democratic speaker of the House of Representatives, if he wants to improve on what has been a thin list so far of legislative accomplishments, ...
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JaPa decides to join govtJatiya Party Parliamentary Party on Thursday decided to join the Awami League-led Grand Alliance government.Party cochairman GM Quader came up with the announcement after its parliamentary party's meeting in Parliament, UNB reports."All of our MPs wanted us to join the Grand Alliance to form its government, and we also carried out our electioneering in that ...
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Welcome 2019Happy New Year 2019!As we bid adieu to 2018, celebrations around the world have already begun to usher in 2019.   In Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest city, tens of thousands gathered around Sky Tower as fireworks exploded from the top of the 328-meter (1,076-foot) structure. Across the southern hemisphere nation, thousands took to beaches and streets, ...
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Shama Obaid boycotts pollsBNP-backed candidate for Faridpur-2 Shama Obaid boycotted the 11th parliamentary election on Sunday protesting 'ballot stuffing 'in about 100 centres, out of 123. She made the announcement around 10.30am. Ballots were stuffed in boxes in 100 centers out of 123 on Saturday’s night, alleged Shama. “No BNP polling agents was allowed in the centers in ...
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National ID card not mandatory for casting votesNational ID card or smart card is not mandatory for casting vote in the parliamentary election to be held on December 30, said secretary of Election Commission (EC) Secretariat Helaluddin Ahmed on Friday. “National ID card or smart card is not mandatory….. Smartcard, ID card and voter’s number will help the people cast their votes ...
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PM to cast vote at Dhaka City CollegePrime Minister Sheikh Hasina will cast her vote at Dhaka City College centre in Dhaka on Sunday morning.PM’s Deputy Press Secretary Ashraful Alam Khokan said, “Dhaka City College is the polling centre of the AL chief,” UNB reports.  PMO sources say Sheikh Hasina will go to the polling centre in the early hours of voting ...
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