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Types of coffees and how to order them

Even if coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, a good many of us get confused about what to order, owing to the variety of drinks that can be made with it. Well, save yourself the anxiety because here’s a guide to ordering coffees that will make you fall in love with java all over again! ...

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Ensure power is not abused: President

President Mohammed Shahabuddin on Friday asked all judges to strictly monitor that power is not misused. “Power and responsibility are related to one another. Power must be exercised to perform duties. Again, responsibility should be shown in the exercise of power,” he said. He was addressing the inaugural session of the International Conference on South Asian Constitutional Courts in the ...

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Japan donates US$5.4m for Rohingyas

The World Food Programme (WFP) has received a new contribution of US$5.4 million from the government of Japan as humanitarian response to Rohingya crisis. A handover ceremony was held on Thursday in the city with the participation of Japanese Ambassador to Bangladesh IWAMA Kiminori and WFP Bangladesh Country Director Dom Scalpelli, said a WFP press release here. “We are pleased ...

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UK-born Shamima who joined IS loses appeal over citizenship

A British-born woman who went to Syria as a schoolgirl to join so-called Islamic State has lost her latest appeal over the removal of her British citizenship, report agencies. Shamima Begum travelled to Syria in 2015 aged 15 and her citizenship was revoked on national security grounds shortly after she was found in a Syrian refugee camp in February 2019. ...

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Tree planting in Bangladesh to mitigate the effects of climate change

Ansar Ahmed Ullah :  A delegation of Bangladeshi representatives attending the Munich Security Conference has taken a small but meaningful step to address the global climate crisis by offsetting their carbon footprints through tree planting efforts back home. Inspired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s call for all Bangladeshis to plant trees as part of the country’s environmental security efforts, the ...

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Islami Bank Sylhet Zone holds agent banking conference

Sylhet Zone of Islami Bank Bangladesh PLC has organised the Agent Banking Business Development Conference and a workshop on the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing on Thursday. The events took place at a local hotel on Thursday. Mohammed Monirul Moula, managing director and CEO of the bank, addressed the conference as the chief guest on a virtual platform. ...

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144 more Bangladeshi migrants return from Libya

A fresh batch of 144 irregular Bangladeshi migrants, who were held at a detention centre in Libyan, were repatriated to Dhaka on Friday. A chartered flight of Buraq Air carrying the Bangladeshi migrants landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka on Friday morning, said a foreign ministry press release. With the utmost efforts of the Bangladesh High Commission in ...

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No scarcity of any commodity during Ramadan: PM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday said there will be no shortage of any commodity in the market during the upcoming month of Ramadan. “There’ll be no scarcity of anything during Ramadan. All arrangements have already been made,” she said, replying to a question at a press conference in her official residence Ganabhaban in the capital in the morning. The ...

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India to export 50,000 tonnes of onion to Bangladesh

India has allowed traders the export of 50,000 tonnes of onion to Bangladesh till March 31. The export will begin with an immediate effect. “We have allowed export of 50,000 tonnes of onion to Bangladesh, 1,200 tonnes to Mauritius, 3,000 tonnes to Bahrain and 560 tonnes to Bhutan with immediate effect,” Consumer Affairs Secretary Rohit Kumar Singh told media on ...

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Two very rare Covid vaccine side-effects detected in global study of 99 million

Two new but exceptionally rare Covid-19 vaccine side effects – a neurological disorder and inflammation of the spinal cord – have been detected by researchers in the largest vaccine safety study to date. According to a study involving over 99 million people from Australia, Argentina, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, and Scotland , the benefits of Covid-19 vaccines still ...

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