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Hasina, Mamata open historic day-night Test match at Eden Gardens

  Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee on Friday rang the ceremonial bell for the opening of the historic day-night Test match between Bangladesh and India at the Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata. The Prime Minister arrived at the Eden Gardens at 12:25pm (local time) and rang the bell at 12:55 pm along with ...

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Kolkata Test: Bangladesh tumble for 106

Bangladesh were all out for 106 in 30.3 overs in their first innings of the Kolkata Test against India on Friday at the Eden Gardens. Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque won the toss and opted to bat first in the first pink-ball Test of the subcontinent. But Bangladeshi batsmen failed to prove their mettle once again against the world-class pace-bowling attack ...

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Global participants showcase community health workers’ role

Community health workers bear outstanding history of services in health sector The three-day second international symposium on community health workers (CHWs) that began in the city on Friday demonstrated that interventions from CHWs could lead to less emergency department visits and less hospitalisation, thus reducing healthcare costs. Professor Dr Syed Modasser Ali, the Community Clinic Health Support Trust Chairman at ...

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Former White House aide Hill is no-nonsense Russia analyst

They heard the measured testimony of career diplomats and the mind-boggling account of a first-time ambassador who declared he was in charge of President Donald Trump’s Ukraine policy. On Thursday, House impeachment investigators got straight talk from Fiona Hill, a no-nonsense former White House national security adviser who was alarmed by what she saw unfolding around her. Hill, who speaks ...

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Pope’s cousin takes star turn in Thailand as papal whisperer

She made him wait for her while she chatted with Thailand’s king and queen. She chided him for only visiting Bangkok and not the “real Thailand.” And she got a chuckle out of “Jorge” when she took her time translating his off-the-cuff Spanish for local priests and nuns to understand. Sister Ana Rosa Sivori has taken something of a star ...

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France grapples with high domestic violence rate

Sylvia. Dalila. Aminata. Céline. Julie. Their names are plastered on buildings and headlines across France, calling attention to their shared fate: Each was killed, allegedly by a current or former partner this year. More than 130 women have died from domestic violence this year alone in France, according to activists who track the deaths. European Union studies show France has ...

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Fatal road crash in Munshiganj leaves 8 dead

  Within a few weeks of enforcement of a new Transport Act to bring discipline on roads and highways, a fatal road crash in Sologhar area of Sreenagar upazila here claimed lives of eight people on Friday. The deceased included two children and two women but their identities could not be known yet. Asaduzzaman, additional police superintendent, Sreenagar Circle, said ...

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Guide for choosing right red lipstick

A red lip shade in your makeup vanity is like having the perfect pair of heels or an LBD, reports The Indian Express. It’s one energising colour, giving all of us a boost of confidence. But it can be difficult to know what shade of red will look best on your skin tone. Light skin tones and dark skin tones ...

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Pakistan PM Imran Khan discusses Kashmir,Afghan issues with US President Donald Trump

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday held a telephone conversation with US President Donald Trump and discussed with him bilateral and regional matters, including the Afghan peace process and the Kashmir issue, his office said, reports The Statesman. Khan conveyed that the release of two Western hostages in Afghanistan was a positive development, the Prime Minister Office said in ...

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Japan court allows Nissan ex-chair Ghosn to talk with wife

Nissan’s former Chairman Carlos Ghosn is being allowed to talk to his wife after an eight-month ban on such contact while he awaits trial on financial misconduct charges, reports AP. Prosecutors had argued contact between him and Carole Ghosn ran the risk of tampering of evidence and fabricated story lines. Defense requests to let the couple communicate were rejected six ...

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