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Human chain in protest of attacks and torture on Hindu communities in different places of Jhenaidah country

Human chain programs have been organized in Jhenaidah in Thakurpara of Rangpur and protest against attacks on Hindu community in different parts of the country. District Human Rights Forum organized the program at the post office of the city on Sunday morning. During this time, several men and women took part in the banner festoon. During the hour-long program, human ...

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Prince Harry ‘thrilled’ to marry girlfriend Meghan Markle next year

 Prince Harry says he is “thrilled” after announcing he is to marry US actress girlfriend Meghan Markle. The fifth in line to the throne will marry Ms Markle in spring 2018. The couple, who have been dating since the summer of 2016, smiled as they posed for photographs outside Kensington Palace in London, where they will live. Prince Harry said ...

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Cohabiting couples warned of ‘common law marriage’ myths

Millions of unmarried couples who live together could be unaware of their rights if the relationship breaks down, a family law group has warned. Resolution carried out a survey which found two-thirds of cohabiting couples wrongly believe “common-law marriage” laws exist when dividing up finances. The number of unmarried couples living together has more than doubled from 1.5 million in ...

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Penny Mordaunt: Extra UK aid gives a future to persecuted Rohingya

On a visit to Cox’s Bazar, International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt has announced further UK aid for the Rohingya crisis, as she warns that global funding will start to dry up in 100 days. Ms Mordaunt pledged that the UK will continue to stand by the Rohingya people and Bangladesh, now and in the future. She met some of the ...

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Banhishikha celebrates 12th founding anniv

Popular cultural organisation Banhishikha celebrated its 12th founding anniversary through a programme held at Shawkat Osman Memorial Auditorium of Central Public Library on Sunday. Artistes of Banhishikha, local and Indian artistes entertained the audience with solo and group performances on the occasion. The cultural show commenced with a group dance recital by artistes of Banhishikha. Titled ‘Pransokha Amar’, the recital ...

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Tauquir’s ‘Haldaa’ to be released December 1

National Award winning film ‘Haldaa’, directed by Tauquir Ahmed,  will be released on December 1 across the country. Marketing and promotion team coordinator Monjurul Islam Megh said the movie will be released in 100 cinema houses in the country on December 1 while in 16 countries on December 8. Film director Tauquir said, “The film based on Haldaa river will ...

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Shraddha ‘happy’ for her music career

Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor, who has sung songs like “Sab tera” and “Phir bhi tumko chaahungi”, is happy that besides acting, she gets to pursue a music career too. Shraddha feels grateful with the positive reviews she has received for her songs. “I feel so grateful for the love. I feel like I already have a musical career too. Have ...

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Avoid skin problems by following these simple steps

It’s easy to avoid skin problems like acne by taking simple precautions. Drink sufficient water everyday and keep your phone a little away from your face for starters, suggest experts. Experts have shared a few tips: * Have a glass of water every hour. For glowing and acne-free skin, drink eight to 10 glasses of water. This water therapy will help ...

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Oscars bid for story of ‘Pakistan’s toughest woman’

As 200 armed men surrounded their house on a hot August night in 2005, Nazo Dharejo and her sisters grabbed their Kalashnikov and puny stock of ammunition and climbed to the roof. The gunfight which followed earned her the moniker “Pakistan’s toughest woman,” and became the subject of a film which has been entered in next year’s Academy Awards, vying ...

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Social withdrawal may improve your creativity

Everyone needs an occasional break from the social ramble and sometimes unsociability may help boost your creativity, a study has found. “We have to understand why someone is withdrawing to understand the associated risks and benefits,” said lead author of the study Julie Bowker, from the University at Buffalo in the US. According to the study published in the journal ...

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