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Phelps hails Michael Phelps hailed Ahmed Hafnaoui for his “unbelievable swim” on Sunday, saying the 18-year-old Tunisian’s shock victory in the men’s 400m freestyle was a great example of how swimming at the Tokyo Games is likely to have a series of wide open races.Hafnaoui was the slowest qualifier but, from lane eight, held off fancied Australian ...
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Brazil held as Gignac rescues France in Olympic footballReigning champions Brazil were held to a goalless draw by the Ivory Coast in the men's Olympic football competition on Sunday, while Andre-Pierre Gignac's hat-trick in a 4-3 win over South Africa kept France's hopes alive.Brazil, who won gold for the first time five years ago on home soil in Rio, could have moved to ...
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President asks armed forces to work for tackling Corona situationPresident M Abdul Hamid on Sunday called upon all, including every member of the Armed Forces Division, to work from their respective positions to deal with Coronavirus (COVID-19). The President made the remarks while exchanging Eid greetings separately with the chiefs of the three services at Bangabhaban this evening. During the meeting, the President said the whole ...
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President, PM greet Tigers for winning T20 seriesPresident Md Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday night extended heartiest congratulation to Bangladesh national cricket team for winning the three-match T20 series against the hosts Zimbabwe by five wickets. In seperate felicitation messages, the cricket-loving president and premier greeted all the players, coach and officials of the national cricket team and Bangladesh ...
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Covid situation turns terrible: BNPBNP on Sunday alleged that the Covid situation in the country has taken a terrible turn due to the government’s indifference, failure and wrong policies.In a statement, party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said, “People are dying for lack of treatment and vaccine while the unplanned lockdown enforced by the government is jeopardising the ...
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NU undergrad admission window opens WednesdayThe National University (NU) will open the application window for its 2020-21 undergraduate programmes Wednesday, and the process will end on Aug. 14 midnight.The students will be required to fill the admission forms on www.nu.ac.bd/admissions. Also, the admission seekers will have to pay application fees by Aug. 16 through mobile banking services.Online classes for first-year ...
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Bangladesh seal T20 series to end Zimbabwe tour successfullySoumya Sarkar came up with scintillating allround performance as Bangladesh chased down a mammoth 194-run target with incredibly ease to snatch a five-wicket victory and thereby won the three-match T20 International series by 2-1 at Harare Sports Club today.By winning the last match of the tour, the Tigers completed a hattrick of series win against ...
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Outcry in Pakistan over murder of former ambassador's daughterThe "barbaric" murder of Noor Mukaddam, the daughter of a former ambassador has triggered outrage across Pakistan and raised questions over the safety and security of women in the country.Noor Mukaddam's murder reignited a debate on violence against women as thousands of people took to social media to demand justice, recalling other femicide victims whose ...
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Zimbabwe post highest T20I total vs Bangladesh Riding on the outstanding batting display by Wessley Madhevere, Regis Chakabva and Ryan Burl, Zimbabwe posted 193 for five in 20 overs in the third and final T20I against Bangladesh on Sunday at the Harare Sports Club. It is now the highest T20 total by Zimbabwe against Bangladesh. Their previous highest was 187 for six in ...
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Tunisia's Ahmed Hafnaoui wins men's 400m freestyle goldTunisian teenager Ahmed Hafnaoui stunned the field to win the men's 400 metre freestyle gold in the Olympic pool on Sunday.The 18-year-old raced a sizzling final 50m to touch in 3:43.36 and overhaul Australian Jack McLoughlin (3:43.52) and US swimmer Kieran Smith (3:43.94), who took bronze.It was a major breakthrough for the young gun, who ...
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