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 Bangladesh squad for Women's T20 Asia Cup announcedBangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced a 15- member Bangladesh squad for the Women’s T20 Asia Cup '2022 to be held in Sylhet from October 1-15 this yearNigar Sultana Joty, will lead the Tigresses in the continental meet.Bangladesh will play Thailand in the inaugural match on October 1 at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium Ground 2.In ...
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NATO begins air force drills in Baltic regionA collection of NATO member states has begun two days of training drills in the Baltic Sea region as the transatlantic military alliance moves to shore up its eastern defences in the face of Russia’s offensive in Ukraine.Air forces from Hungary, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom are ...
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Germany down to four glaciers as climate change bitesGermany lost one of its few remaining glaciers this summer as exceedingly warm weather ate away Alpine ice at a faster pace than feared, a scientific report released on Monday showed.The Bavarian Academy of Sciences said the state's Southern Schneeferner had lost its official status as a glacier due to rapid melting of its once ...
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UGC set to formulate policy for new public universitiesThe University Grants Commission (UGC) has formed a five-member committee tasked to formulate a policy regarding the commencement of academic activities at newly established public universities.The committee comprises Prof Dr Muhammad Alamgir, a UGC member, Prof Dr Sanjay Kumar Adhikari, member of Bangladesh Accreditation Council, Prof Dr Mahbuba Nasrin, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Pro VC) of Bangladesh ...
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Pakistan army helicopter crashes in southwest, 6 killedA Pakistani army helicopter crashed during an overnight mission in the country's southwest, killing all six military personnel who were on board, including both pilots, the military said Monday.The crash took place in the district of Hernai, about 150 kilometers (90 miles) north of Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province. It was not immediately clear ...
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No one will be found if AL takes to streets: Hasan Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud on Monday said Awami League is a party of staging movements on streets and no one will be found if the leaders and activists of the party have been asked to take to the streets across the country. “We don’t want street fights and the activists of our party ...
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Momen briefs Japan about Rohingya situationHighlighting the current situation and problems, Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has sought Japan's cooperation for a quick and permanent solution to the Rohingya crisis.He made the request during his meeting with Japanese Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan on Monday, UNB reports.In response, Foreign Minister Hayashi reiterated ...
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'The Crown' back in November for season 5 with new queen“The Crown” will return to its Netflix throne in early November.The drama series about Queen Elizabeth II and her extended family will begin its fifth season on Nov. 9, the streaming service said Saturday. The debut will come two months after the queen's Sept. 8 death at the age of 96.Production on the sixth season ...
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People have full trust in Sheikh Hasina: QuaderAwami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Monday said the country’s people have full confidence in AL President Sheikh Hasina.   “Sheikh Hasina has trust in the country’s people and we have confidence in them too. So, there is no need of any party’s confidence” he told a conference here.Kadamtoli Thana unit of the AL arranged ...
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AL caught in Jamaat’s trap: BNPBNP Standing Committee member Iqbal Hasan Mahmud Tuku on Monday said Awami League (AL) has been caught in a trap of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh.“They (AL)) cancelled the registration of Jamaat but did not outlaw it.  Should I say they have a secret relation with Jamaat,” he stated.Speaking at a rally, the BNP leader said the ruling ...
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