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Rubana takes office as first female president of BGMEA

Rubana Huq took the charge of the office of BGMEA president on Saturdayas the first female business leader to steer the trade body for the next two years. Outgoing President Md Siddiqur Rahman handed over the charge to Rubana at a ceremony at the new office of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) in city’s Uttara. Rubana, managing director ...

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Royals reportedly want Harry and Meghan ‘as far away as possible’

With Meghan Markle due to give birth any day, a new report says the British royal family is scrambling to try to contain her popularity amid worries she could become “bigger than [Princess] Diana.” And so they’ve determined to keep her and Prince Harry as far away as possible from the media and also from Prince William, after a split ...

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London climate protest arrests top 700

The Extinction Rebellion environmental protests in London rumbled on into a sixth day Saturday as the total number of arrests hit 718. Demonstrators were continuing to block Waterloo Bridge in the city and the central Oxford Circus junction despite the removal by police of the pink sailing boat which had acted as a natural focal point for the movement. Some ...

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 93rd birthday

British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to lead the tributes to Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday (April 21), as Britain’s longest-serving monarch turns 93. The Queen, who has ruled Britain for more than 67 years, is expected to join a church service at the royal St George’s Chapel inside Windsor Castle on her birthday, which coincides with Easter Sunday ...

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Ronaldo ‘1,000 percent’ committed to stay with Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo said he was “1,000 percent committed to staying” with Juventus next season as he claimed his first Serie A title and Juventus their eighth in a row on Saturday. Massimiliano Allegri’s side had needed just one more point for a 35th Scudetto and their latest title triumph helped ease some of the pain of their shock Champions League ...

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4 tips and treatment for summer hair repair

As the mercury is soaring high, so are the worries to take care of  beautiful hair. Summer sunshine may looks like perfection sometimes, however, can cause damage to your hair. The heat can damage the locks giving oily scalps, increasing hair fall and  may cause hair to feel dry and deprived of moisture. So, here are some tips and treatments ...

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Egypt votes in referendum that could keep Sisi in power until 2030

Egyptians voted on Saturday in a three-day referendum on constitutional changes that could allow President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to stay in office until 2030 and boost the role of the powerful military. Sisi’s supporters say the changes are necessary to give him more time to complete major development projects and economic reforms. Critics say they concentrate more power in Sisi’s ...

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