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Will work to strengthen partnership with Bangladesh: Doraiswami

Bangladesh nearest friend, neighbour of India, he says Indian High Commissioner-designate to Bangladesh Vikram Kumar Doraiswami on Monday said he would work on strengthening partnership with Bangladesh for mutual benefit. “Bangladesh is the nearest neighbour and friend of India. I will work on how the partnership with Bangladesh can be enhanced,” he told reporters stepping into Bangladesh. The Indian diplomat ...

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Noakhali housewife molestation: Protesters block Shahbagh intersection

People blocked Shahbagh intersection in the capital on Monday, protesting the horrific incident of Noakhali housewife’s molestation that has gone viral on social media. The protesters demanded resignation of the home minister for his failure to stop the incidents of rape and oppression against women across the country. Around 100 protesters took positions at Shahbagh intersection carrying posters in the ...

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Pirojpur ex-MP Awal, his wife get bail in graft case

A Dhaka court on Monday granted four weeks anticipatory bail to former MP of Pirojpur-1 AKMA Awal and his wife Laila Parvi in two separate cases filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission. The HC bench of Justice Md Nazrul Islam Talukder and Justice Ahmed Sohel passed the order today. Sheikh Awsafur Rahman Bulu stood for the accused and Khurshid Alam Khan ...

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COVID-hit Trump back in hospital after drive to greet supporters

US President Donald Trump, who is in hospital with COVID-19, was driven outside the facility on Sunday so he could wave to a group of supporters on the street in a move critics derided as a dangerous political stunt. Video showed Trump, wearing a black mask, waving from the back seat of a black four-wheel drive with two men – ...

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Tottenham hit 10-man Man Utd for six on Mourinho’s return

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer labelled Manchester United’s humiliating 6-1 home defeat to Tottenham on Sunday as the worst feeling in 15 years at the club as a player, coach and manager. Tottenham cashed in on Anthony Martial’s first-half red card to inflict United’s worst defeat since 2011 as Jose Mourinho enjoyed a dream return to Old Trafford. Son Heung-min and Harry ...

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New Indian envoy Doraiswami reaches Bangladesh

The newly appointed Indian High Commissioner Vikram Kumar Doraiswami has reached Bangladesh to take up his diplomatic assignment. Doraiswami, who entered into Bangladesh from Tripura border on Monday morning, is expected to reach Dhaka in the afternoon, said Diplomatic sources in Dhaka. He replaces Riva Ganguly Das, who already returned to New Delhi on October 1 for her next posting ...

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Coronavirus: England’s hospital death toll rises by 28

Brings total number of confirmed Covid-19 deaths reported in hospitals to 30,166, NHS England says A further 28 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in hospital in England. The deaths bring the total number of confirmed Covid-19 fatalities reported in hospitals to 30,166, NHS England said. Patients were aged between 69 and 94 years old. All had underlying ...

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Egypt reveals 59 ancient coffins found near Saqqara pyramids

Egypt’s tourism and antiquities minster said on Saturday archaeologists have unearthed dozens of ancient coffins in a vast necropolis south of Cairo. Khalid el-Anany said at least 59 sealed sarcophagi, with mummies inside most of them, were found that had been buried in three wells more than 2,600 years ago. “I consider this is the beginning of a big discovery,” ...

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Boris Johnson warns of ‘bumpy’ months ahead in fight against Covid-19

Boris Johnson said he is working flat-out to make Christmas as normal as possible, but he warned of a “tough winter” in the battle against coronavirus. The prime minister said there will be “bumpy” months ahead, though he hopes the situation will be “radically different” by spring. He said people should behave “fearlessly” but with common sense as the UK ...

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