Daily Archives: July 24, 2018

LYNCHINGS WILL STOP IF PEOPLE STOP EATING COW-MEAT: RSS LEADER INDRESH KUMAR

He was reportedly answering a question on Alwar lynching incident in which a man was killed on suspicion of cow smuggling. RSS leader Indresh Kumar Monday said crimes like mob...

PAKISTAN’S IMRAN KHAN SEEKS ELECTION WIN OVER JAILED EX-PM NAWAZ SHARIF’S PARTY

Cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan is hoping to become Pakistan's prime minister after 20 years of being dismissed at the polls, as the country prepares to vote in a tense...

ANOTHER WOMAN IN INDIA LYNCHED AFTER WHATSAPP RUMOURS

 A mob in India lynched a woman after rumours circulated on WhatsApp about child kidnappers, police said yesterday, days after the messaging firm said it was curbing the forwarding...

5 KILLED IN ALLEGED GUNFIGHTS

In Jashore, two suspected robbers were killed in a 'gunfight' between two groups of robbers on Pulerhat-Rajganj road in Gangulia Jamtola area of Monirampur upazila in the morning. The identity...

Dismay over brutal attack on Bangladeshi editor

A physical assault on a former Bangladeshi newspaper editor linked to the main opposition party by supporters of the ruling party has sparked criticism from the church and media...

Pakistan appoints first ever woman chief justice

Justice Tahira Safdar was announced as the first ever woman chief justice of a Pakistani high court. Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Monday announced that Justice...

China unites India, other BRICS nations in fight against US in trade war

China has rallied the support of the biggest developing economies, including India, to push back against protectionism as US President Donald Trump threatens to impose tariffs on almost all...

BD donates Tk 20 crore medicines to Bhutan

Bangladesh government has provided Bhutan a total of 258 types of medicines worth Tk 20 crore as donation. Health Minister Mohammed Nasim handed over some of the medicines to the...

Applications open for Maldives’ Presidential Election

Maldives’ Elections Commission has opened applications for the Presidential Election set for 23 September 2018. An announcement made by the Commission said that applications will be opened from today to...

Myanmar again bans Nationalist Buddhist group

A government-appointed body that regulates Myanmar's Buddhist clergy has again banned an ultranationalist organization known for its anti-Muslim rhetoric, ordering it to remove its posters and signboards or face...

Pak Naval chief, Maldives president reiterate to enhance defence collaboration

While on an official visit to the Maldives, Pakistan’s Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi called on President of the Republic of Maldives, Abdulla Yameen Abdul...

Pak Naval chief, Maldives president reiterate to enhance defence collaboration

While on an official visit to the Maldives, Pakistan’s Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi called on President of the Republic of Maldives, Abdulla Yameen Abdul...

How an impoverished Afghanistan built an air force in the middle of a war

Russian Mi-17 helicopters are being phased out in favour of Blackhawks because sanctions make it too hard to get replacement parts for the older fleet. But the Pentagon's own watchdog...

How an impoverished Afghanistan built an air force in the middle of a war

Russian Mi-17 helicopters in Afghanistan are being phased out in favour of Blackhawks because sanctions make it too hard to get replacement parts for the older fleet. But the Pentagon's...

Wednesday’s election a critical moment for Pakistan’s future

Voting is a duty and moral obligation in a democratic system. By voting for someone you bear witness that he or she is honest and trustworthy. According to the...

Wednesday’s election a critical moment for Pakistan’s future

Voting is a duty and moral obligation in a democratic system. By voting for someone you bear witness that he or she is honest and trustworthy. According to the...

Caught in the middle: India between the US and Iran

During a visit to India in the last week of June, Nicky Haley, the US ambassador to the UN and a close confidant of President Trump, warned New Delhi...

Caught in the middle: India between the US and Iran

During a visit to India in the last week of June, Nicky Haley, the US ambassador to the UN and a close confidant of President Trump, warned New Delhi...

Violence against India’s Dalit women on the increase

As India reels from widespread violence against women, females in the country’s lowest caste suffer the most. A conviction rate of only 25% in cases of offences against Dalit...

Violence against India’s Dalit women on the increase

As India reels from widespread violence against women, females in the country’s lowest caste suffer the most. A conviction rate of only 25% in cases of offences against Dalit...

Why India is not yet ready to have joint theatre defence commands

The clamour for creation of two joint theatre commands – western theatre command for Pakistan and eastern theatre command for China – for better war-fighting has grown loud with...
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