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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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Scientists call for ban on robots in war Scientists now called for a ban on the development of weapons controlled by artificial intelligence (AI).It says that autonomous weapons may malfunction in unpredictable ways and kill innocent people, BBC reports.Ethics experts also argue that it is a moral step too far for AI systems to kill without any human intervention.The comments were made at ...
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Bangladesh aim win against New Zealand in 2nd ODI Bangladesh will face off hosts New Zealand in the crucial second ODI of the three-match series scheduled to be held on Saturday at Hagley Oval, Christchurc, BSS reports.The match kicks off at 4 am (BST).It will be a must win match for the Tigers to stay in the series following their eight-wicket defeat to New ...
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“Shokhi valobasha kare koy…”“Shokhi valobasha kare koy…,” written by poet Rabindranath, seemed echoing in everywhere across the country as hundreds of youths celebrated the Valentine’s Day by exchanging flowers to their soul mates, friends and dear and near ones.Valentine’s Day, which has turned into a ceremonious day in the country in recent years like elsewhere in the world, ...
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NASA announces demise of Opportunity roverOnly a single rover is still active on Mars, Curiosity, which arrived in 2012. It is powered not by the sun, but by a small nuclear reactor.In 2021, the recently named Rosalind Franklin robot, part of the European-Russian ExoMars mission, is slated to land on a different part of the planet, raising the population of ...
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Biswa Ijtema begins FridayThe 54th Biswa Ijtema Biswa Ijtema will be held from February 15 to 18 in two phases on the bank of river Turag at Tongi in Gazipur.Tight security measures have been taken for the event while several thousand members of different law enforcement agencies will be deployed in and around the Ijtema ground for ensuring ...
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Bangladesh hopeful over India’s assurance on Rohingya, water sharingForeign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen termed his India visit successful as Delhi gave strong assurance of cooperation in resolving the water sharing issues as well as supporting safe repatriation of Rohingyas, BSS reports.“My India trip is fairly successful. I am very much hopeful about India’s cooperation in resolving water sharing issues. We are looking ...
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Thai princess, junta chief to run for PMThe sister of Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn has been unveiled as a prime ministerial candidate in next month’s elections, in a stunning twist that pits the high-profile royal against the chief of the ruling junta who had hoped to maintain his grip on politics. “The board agrees that the name of Princess Ubolratana, an educated and ...
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Facebook reforms kids team Facebook had restructured its team devoted to products or features designed to increase the social network’s appeal to younger generations.Nascent projects such as a “LOL” platform for funny memes were taken off the board at the “youth team,” which shifted focus to more promising products such as a Messenger Kids app launched more than a ...
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2 killed in Sunamganj bridge collapseAt least two people were killed and five others were injured as a truck fell into a ditch after breaking the railing of a bridge in Bishwamvarpur Upazila of Sunamganj on Thursday. Police and witnesses said a Tahirpur-bound truck fell into a ditch after breaking the railing of a bailey bridge as its driver lost ...
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Dynamites beat Riders by 5 wktsDhaka Dynamites blasted through to the final of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), defeating defending champions Rangpur Riders in the second Qualifier at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.It was a sweet revenge for the Dynamites who had lost in the 2017 BPL final against Riders.The final of this season is scheduled for February 8.In case Rangpur sniffed ...
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