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1 lakh Rohingyas planned to be relocated in Bhashan Char: FM

Bangladesh seeks credible pressure on Myanmar Dhaka, Jan 31 : Bangladesh has informed the United States that they plan to relocate around 100,000 (1 lakh) Rohingyas to Bhashan Char, an island in Noakhali, on voluntary basis. Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen conveyed it to US Ambassador in Dhaka Earl Robert Miller when the envoy met the Minister at his ...

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Follow a varied food plan full of colourful plant foods

Plant foods are full of fiber and all sorts of vitamins and minerals. They contain the chemicals which give them their vibrant colours. These chemicals are called as phytochemicals which possess some pretty special qualities. These substances occur naturally only in plants and may provide health benefits beyond those that essential nutrients provide. In relation to plant produce, a variety ...

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Councillors back motion calling for services to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls to be protected

The Full Council on Wednesday 23rd  of January, Councillors overwhelmingly backed a motion tabled by Councillor Eve McQuillan, Mayoral Advisor for Tackling Poverty and Inequality which committed the council to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG). The motion also called on the Government to do more to safeguard vital services which support women who have been victims of violence, many ...

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Most precious right to move freely in Europe

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The European Union embodies many principles of an open society. The EU’s overarching aim is to promote peace, its values and the well-being of its peoples. These values include equality, respect for human rights, democracy, and the rule of law. Member states have recognized that they are interdependent and use the EU to cooperate to achieve a ...

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Hurricane Workhouse storm the ILFL Cup final 

Emdad Rahman: Workhouse FC are the ILFL Cup winners after one of the most one sided finals ever played in the history of the Inner London Football League. A goal frenzy at Mabley Green against back to back champions Beaumont FC saw one man battering ram Richard Shittu score four goals to effectively finish off the showpiece final in the ...

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Long-term sustainable training on climate adaptation recommended

Ansar Ahmed Ullah:  Kathmandu, 28 January: The participants in the follow-up two days training course on “empowering women to adapt climate change effects for sustainable growth” recommended that the climate adaptation and women empowerment are very significant in the critical situation of climate change hazards specially in Nepal and therefore this training course should be more sustainable with longer duration and ...

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BRITISH KASHMIRIS & SIKHS OBSERVED INDIAN REPUBLIC DAY AS A BLACK DAY

By Matiar Chowdhury: Kashmiri around the globe observed Black Day on Indian Republic Day and protest rallies were held all over accross the world . Global Pakistan & Kashmir Supreme Council & Pakistan Patriotic Front UK in collaboration with Tehreek E Kashmir UK & Khalistan Movement jointly organised a demonstration on Saturday 26th january 2019  outside Indian High Commission London. ...

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Govt to ensure equal rights for all: PM

Photo: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina distributing scholarships among meritorious students of small ethnic groups at her office on Thursday, Jan 31, 2019. Dhaka, Jan 31 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said her government’s goal is to ensure equal rights for all people irrespective of their religions and casts. “There should be equal rights for all people, irrespective of ...

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Gono Forum MPs-elect not to join parliament: Dr Kamal

Oikyafront not joining PM’s tea party, says Fakhrul Photo: Dr Kamal Hossain talks to reporters after a meeting of Jatiya Oikyafront steering committee at his Motijheel chamber on Thursday, Jan 31. Dhaka, Jan 31 : Gono Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain on Thursday said they have asked their two MPs-elect not to join parliament as per their party’s decision. “We’ve ...

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Ekta Kapoor turns mom, welcomes baby boy via surrogacy

Film and television producer Ekta Kapoor is now a mother to a baby boy. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, she welcomed her first child via surrogacy. The report states that the child was born on January 27 and is healthy. The Kapoor household is all set to bring the little home soon. Just like her brother Tusshar Kapoor, Ekta has also opted for ...

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