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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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Govt gets ownership of Rose Garden The government bought the historic Rose Garden mansion in Old Dhaka, the birthplace of Awami League on Sunday.Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina received the registered deed of the historic house from the present owners at her official residence Ganobhaban.The government procured the palace built on 22 acres of land in Old Dhaka under the 'Public Procurement ...
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Petrol, diesel prices scale highsPetrol and diesel prices scaled new highs in India as rates were increased on account of rupee depreciation and rise in international oil rates.While petrol price was increased by 28 paise a litre, diesel rates went up by 22 paise, according to a price notification of state-owned oil marketing companies.Petrol in Delhi now costs Rs ...
Says NASA report
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Over 66,000 hectares lost to Padma since 1967More than 66,000 hectares (256 square miles) of land have been lost to erosion caused by the Padma River since 1967, according to a report published by the NASA Earth Observatory, the arm of the US space agency.The total eroded land is roughly equivalent to the area of Chicago, one of the biggest cities in ...
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US warns Russia over looming operation in Syrian city of Idlib   Russia will bear responsibility for the resulting humanitarian crisis in Syria if the Moscow-backed Syrian military attacks the northern city of Idlib, said Eric Pahon, a Pentagon spokesman.Eric says the U.S. and its allies are concerned about the deadly consequences if Syrian President Bashar Assad, with support from Russia and Iran, launches an offensive against ...
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Russia-Japan agree to sign deal over islandsRussia wants to sign a peace deal with Japan this year to formally end hostilities that began during World War II over a group of islands, said Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin made the comments on Wednesday during an economic forum in the eastern Russian city of Vladivostok, where he met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo ...
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Robber suspect killed in 'gunfight'A suspected robber was killed in a gunfight between two gangs in Araihazar upazila of Narayanganj early Sunday. Son of Noor Mia, deceased Zakir Hossain, 40, was a resident in Dakshinkhan area of Dhaka. Zakir found dead following a gunfight between two groups of robbers over the sharing of looted booty at Shantipur village in ...
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No missile in N Korea’s military paradeNorth Korea on Sunday held a military parade without showing any intercontinental ballistic missiles to mark its 70th birthday.Troops, artillery and tanks made their way past leader Kim Jong Un in the centre of Pyongyang, but the largest missiles shown were short-range battlefield devices, an AFP reporter on scene witnessed.Kim reviewed the military parade from ...
Naomi wins US Open
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Serena Williams accuses umpire of sexism Serena Williams claimed that her US Open final meltdown was sparked by an act of sexism on the part of chair umpire Carlos Ramos as Naomi Osaka won the title in some of the most dramatic scenes at a Grand Slam final.Naomi Osaka's 6-2 6-4 victory was overshadowed by Williams' extraordinary outbursts in the second ...
Says Amnesty International
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ICC decision opens way of justice for RohingyaICC decision is a significant step in the right direction which opens up a clear avenue of justice for the Rohingya who were driven out of their homes, often as soldiers opened fire on them and burned down their villages, said Amnesty International.The comment came following the International Criminal Court's (ICC) ruling on Thursday that ...
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EU backs Apple plan to buy ShazamThe European Union cleared US tech giant Apple’s plan to buy leading song-recognition app Shazam on Thursday.The bloc launched a detailed probe into the deal with London-based Shazam, worth a reported $400 million, in April, at the request of several EU states amid fears it could harm competition in an intensifying battle of streaming services, ...
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