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26 killed in Pakistan bus crashAt least 26 individuals were killed and a dozen others were injured in a passenger bus accident on Babusar Pass in the Diamer district of Gilgit-Baltistan early on Sunday, said spokesperson for the GB government Faizullah Firaq.Firaq said that the deceased and injured have been shifted to the district headquarters hospital in Chilas. An emergency ...
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Firefighter also top snake catcher Pinyo Pukpinyo's job is not for the faint hearted - he's Bangkok's number one snake catcher.The Thai firefighter has been doing the job for 16 years and with the number of call-outs rising every year, his services are in high demand.Already, the force has responded to more than 22,000 snake intrusions this year, and the ...
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Man dies during underwater marriage proposal A Louisiana man has drowned after proposing to his girlfriend underwater while the couple was vacationing in Tanzania.Steven Weber and Kenesha Antoine were staying in Pemba Island, CNN affiliate WBRZ reports, in a wooden cabin with a bedroom submerged beneath the ocean surface off the east coast of Africa.Weber proposed on Thursday by swimming underwater ...
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Khasru terms journos as mirror of societyTerming journalists as the mirror of the society, State Minister for Fisheries and Livestock Md Ashraf Ali Khan Khasru today said they (journalists) have wider opportunities to highlight actual picture of the society through projecting objective reports or news in the media.“The journalists can play an important role through presenting the fact for upholding the ...
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Saudi Arabia vows to respond to oil attacks Saudi Arabia says it will respond with "necessary measures" to attacks on two oil facilities as it reiterated the accusation that Iran was behind them.Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir said the weapons used were Iranian and vowed to release the full findings of the investigation.Iran denies involvement in the attacks.Earlier, a senior ...
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RAB raids at three clubs in ChattogramMembers of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) launched drives at three sports clubs -- Abahani, Mohammedan and Muktijoddha – in Chattogram on Saturday evening.Assistant Director (Media) ASP Mahmudul Hasan of Rab-7 said they started the raids on the clubs around 7pm as part of their drive against gambling and drugs, UNB reports.Various gambling instruments were seized ...
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Tohura earns draw for Bangladesh against AussiesTohura Khatun scored a brace as Bangladesh U-16 women’s football shrugged off their previous indifference performance to forced earned a creditable 2-2 goal draw against strong Australia in their third and last group A match of the AFC U-16 Women’s Championship held today (Saturday) at IPE Chonburi Stadium in Chonburi, Thailand.In the day’s match, It ...
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Drives against wrongdoers will continue: QuaderAwami League (AL) General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Saturday said ongoing drives against terrorism, extortion and corruption will continue to rid the nation of all ills.“Tender manipulators, extortionists, terrorists, and corrupt people will be stamped out continuing the drives. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has already started actions against parasites ...
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Tigers restrict Afghans to 138Bangladesh raised the hopes of breaking the four-match losing streak against Afghanistan after restricted the opponents to below par 138-7 in the last match of the group phase of Tri-nation T20 series at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Saturday.With both teams confirming the final at the expense of Zimbabwe, the match turned out ...
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AL leaders bogged down in corruption everywhere: FakhrulBNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday alleged that Awami League leaders have bogged down in corruption, shattering the country’s socio-political and economic structures.“The government has sunk in corruption up to its throat. From their (AL’s) high-level leaders to the grassroots are now immersed in corruption, and we’ve seen some evidence of that ...
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