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Coronavirus cases in the UK stay above 20,000 for fourth day in a row

There has been a further 20,530 new cases of coronavirus in the UK, the fourth day in a row the numbers were above 20,000. The government also said a further 224 people had died from coronavirus, bringing the UK total to 44,571. Separate figures published by the UK’s statistics agencies show there have now been 59,000 deaths registered in the ...

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PM seeks UN’s robust role to resolve global challenges, Rohingya crisis

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the United Nations (UN) to play more decisive and robust role in resolving existing global challenges, including the Rohingya crisis. “There are still areas where the UN can play a more decisive and robust role in resolving many of Friday’s intractable challenges such as the Rohingya Crisis,” the premier said in a message issued ...

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Bangladeshi insurer Nasir A Choudhury honored at India forum

Bangladeshi business veteran Nasir Ahmad Choudhury, advisor and founding managing director at Green Delta Insurance Company (GDIC), is honored at international forum in India for outstanding contribution in insurance inclusion. Indian Birla Institute of Management Technology (Bimtech) announced the ‘lifetime achievement award’ recognition to the Bangladesh veteran in insurance sector at fourth edition of BIMTECH Insurance Colloquium held virtually on ...

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Convalescent plasma did not reduce Covid-19 deaths: Study

A new study from India says convalescent plasma did not reduce deaths among Covid-19 patients or prevent moderate disease from becoming severe. Plasma taken from the blood of recovered Covid-19 patients that is given to people sick with the disease does not reduce their chances of getting seriously ill or dying, it said. The study was conducted in India and ...

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The Gambia submits case against Myanmar for Rohingya genocide

The Government of Myanmar should immediately comply with International Court of Justice (ICJ) orders to prevent ongoing acts of genocide and preserve evidence of genocide against Rohingya Muslims, said Fortify Rights Friday (Oct 23). The Gambia on Friday filed a more than 500-page Memorial, which also includes more than 5000 pages of supporting material, in its lawsuit against Myanmar at ...

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France in Focus.

Fatema Miah: Democracy is a compulsory  system, not just a mere voting in an election. Democracy is an ideology it entails freedom of voice, freedom of choice, eligibility of rights.  UK a lead example of diversity must tell France to make an amendment of democracy standard of politically correct system in their law and order for the benefit of all. ...

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Human exploration and eventually benefit life on Earth

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Planet Patrol is a collaboration between NASA, the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, and Zooniverse, a collaboration of scientists, software developers, and educators who collectively develop and manage citizen science projects on the internet. It is funded by the Sellers Exoplanet Environments Collaboration at NASA’s Goddard Space ...

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