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  • Mirza Fakhrul stepped on 77

    Mirza Fakhrul stepped on 77

    BNP Secretary Basic Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir’s birthday right this moment (January 26). He was born in Thakurgaon on today in 1948. The senior and younger leaders of the get together wished the politician on his 77th birthday. Social media is flooded with greetings from followers and followers. Shairul Kabir Khan, an official of BNP Chairperson’s media wing, informed Bangla Tribune that BNP Secretary Basic was born on 26 January 1948. Mirza Fakhrul was elected because the Secretary Basic of BNP in 2016. Earlier, he was the senior joint secretary normal of the get together. In March 2011, he turned performing normal secretary after the loss of life of get together normal secretary Khandaker Delwar Hossain. Mirza Fakhrul acquired the needs of his eldest daughter within the first hour of turning 77 after finishing 76 years. He’ll maintain a press convention on the get together’s central workplace on Thursday (January 26) morning. An in depth supply of the household informed this reporter that Mirza Fakhrul himself just isn’t comfy along with his spouse’s sickness. Take part in group actions on Thursday morning. The supply additionally stated that Mirza Fakhrul is bodily in poor health. Though Fakhrul was elected as a Member of Parliament from a constituency in Bogra within the eleventh Nationwide Parliament Elections held on December 30, 2018, Fakhrul didn’t be part of the Parliament. The remainder of the elected members of his get together took the oath, however the BNP normal secretary prevented it. Mirza Fakhrul served because the Minister of State for Agriculture, Tourism and Personal Aviation. Mirza Fakhrul, a graduate (honours) in economics from Dhaka College, was additionally energetic in scholar politics. He was a member of the then East Pakistan Chhatra Union (later Bangladesh Chhatra Union) and was elected Basic Secretary of the group’s SM Corridor department. He was the president of the group’s Dhaka College department in the course of the 1969 rebellion. Mirza Fakhrul began his profession as a trainer. He entered mainstream politics within the Eighties. In private life, Mirza Fakhrul is married and father of two daughters. Eldest daughter Mirza Shamaruh studied at Dhaka College and taught there. At present working as a post-doctoral fellow in Australia. Youthful daughter Mirza Safaruh is instructing in a college after learning at Dhaka College. His spouse Rahat Ara Begum holds a level from Calcutta College. At present serving as a senior official in a non-public group. In line with get together sources, BNP secretary normal might meet get together chairperson Khaleda Zia on the event of his birthday. He has spoken to the get together chief a number of days in the past.

  • Sons of Panamanian ex-president launched from US jail | Corruption News

    Sons of Panamanian ex-president launched from US jail | Corruption News

    The 2 brothers are anticipated to return to Panama on Wednesday, the place they and their father face corruption costs. Two sons of Panama’s ex-President Ricardo Martinelli are anticipated to return to the nation after finishing jail sentences in the US for his or her involvement in a global corruption scandal. Luis Enrique Martinelli Linares and Ricardo Martinelli Linares are slated to reach in Panama on Wednesday night after being launched earlier within the day, shortly earlier than the completion of their three-year jail sentence within the US. They have been convicted of conspiring to launder thousands and thousands of {dollars} in bribes for the Brazilian building firm Odebrecht. This August, the brothers are scheduled to go on trial once more, this time in Panama, for his or her involvement within the scandal throughout their father’s time in workplace between 2009 and 2014. The brothers admitted to receiving $28m in bribes from the development group, of which about $19m handed via US accounts. Their father, the elder Martinelli, can be ready to be tried on cash laundering costs within the Odebrecht case however has stated he’ll run for president once more in 2024. One other former president, Juan Carlos Varela, can be scheduled to be tried within the August case, which incorporates costs in opposition to 36 individuals. In 2016, the Odebrecht building firm admitted to paying out about $788m in bribes between 2001 and 2016 to win contract bids in Panama and 11 different nations. It paid the US $3.5bn in penalties. In December 2021, the 2 Martinelli brothers pleaded responsible to conspiring to commit cash laundering after they have been extradited from Guatemala to the US. They have been detained in Guatemala for 23 months earlier than their extradition. In Could final 12 months, they have been sentenced to a few years in US jail however have been launched on Wednesday after serving a complete of about two and a half years, together with time already spent in detention earlier than their conviction. The AFP information company reported that the brothers’ early launch got here as the results of good behaviour. Their return to Panama is being adopted carefully, significantly because the August trial approaches. Panamanian Lawyer Normal Javier Caraballo made an announcement on Tuesday calling for the brothers to face justice within the nation. The brothers have paid a $14m bond prematurely to keep away from being jailed in Panama as they await trial on costs of cash laundering and corruption.

  • 120 Bangladeshis went to Korea below EPS

    120 Bangladeshis went to Korea below EPS

    EPS is the settlement concerning sending staff from Bangladesh to South Korea. 120 Bangladeshi staff went to South Korea below the Employment Allow System (EPS) on a particular flight. Bangladeshi staff went to the nation within the second step this yr. The Bangladesh Embassy in Seoul knowledgeable this data in a small message on Wednesday. In response to the embassy, ​​one other 120 Bangladeshi staff have arrived in South Korea below EPS. These staff had been welcomed by the embassy on the airport. On January 3 this month, 92 Bangladeshi staff went to South Korea below EPS on a particular flight. In response to the data of the Korea Embassy in Dhaka, staff have been going to South Korea from Bangladesh by means of the Employment Allow System or EPS system since 2008. To this point, about 28,000 staff have gone to Korea on this method. Bangladesh Abroad Employment and Companies Restricted (Boessel) knowledge says that in 2010, Korea took essentially the most 2,691 staff from Bangladesh below EPS. Beneath the EPS program, Korea recruits unskilled overseas staff from 16 international locations together with Bangladesh. The South Korean authorities suspended the recruitment of overseas EPS staff from March 2020 to November 2021 as a result of coronavirus pandemic. When the corona scenario improved, the Korean authorities began hiring overseas staff once more from December 2021. Bangladesh Journal/GK

  • Russia is not going to endanger Bangladesh: Expectations of Foreign Minister

    Russia is not going to endanger Bangladesh: Expectations of Foreign Minister

    Revealed: 11:14 pm, 25 January 2023 Photograph – Collected Foreign Minister hopes that Russia is not going to put Bangladesh in any hazard. AK Abdul Momen. He stated this in response to the questions confronted by the journalists on Wednesday (January 25). The minister stated, we hope that Russia is not going to trigger any difficulties. Our items will arrive, even when delayed. But it surely sends personal firms. So it is their headache. He stated, we’re not prepared to just accept any banned ship in the mean time. Referring to the unexpectedness of sending the Russian ship after altering its title, the international minister stated, “We now have knowledgeable Russia that it’s not anticipated to ship the products on the embargoed ship.” We do not need any stuff on embargoed ships. They’ve hundreds of ships with which they will ship these items. He stated that Bangladesh is not going to enable any of the 69 Russian ships below US sanctions to enter. Ashraful/sa

  • Germany clears method for scores of tanks for Ukraine, US additionally poised

    Germany clears method for scores of tanks for Ukraine, US additionally poised

    Germany cleared the best way on Wednesday for Europe to ship scores of battle tanks to Ukraine, and Washington was poised make an analogous announcement – strikes hailed by Kyiv as a possible turning level within the conflict, and condemned by Moscow as escalation. Kyiv has been calling for months for Western essential battle tanks that may give its forces better firepower, safety and mobility to interrupt by way of Russian defensive strains and probably reclaim occupied territory. Germany, beforehand the West’s holdout, mentioned it will ship an preliminary firm of 14 of its Leopard 2 tanks from its personal shares, and likewise approve shipments by different European international locations. The eventual goal could be to provide Ukraine with two battalions of Leopards, usually comprising three or 4 firms every, the primary to reach inside three or 4 months. “Germany will all the time be on the forefront on the subject of supporting Ukraine,” Chancellor Olaf Scholz informed the German parliament, to applause. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy thanked Scholz by telephone and mentioned he was “sincerely grateful to the Chancellor and all our buddies in Germany”. The transfer lifts one of many final taboos in Western assist: offering weapons which have a primarily offensive somewhat than defensive objective. “So the tank coalition is fashioned. Everybody who doubted this might ever occur sees now: for Ukraine and companions unimaginable is nothing,” Ukrainian Overseas Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote on Twitter. “I name on all new companions which have Leopard 2 tanks in service to hitch the coalition and supply as lots of them as attainable.” Russia’s embassy in Berlin denounced Germany’s “extraordinarily harmful choice” which, it mentioned, “destroys the remnants of mutual belief” and will draw Germany into the conflict. Scholz pledged that no such factor would occur. OTHERS TO FOLLOW Berlin’s transfer paves the best way for pledges from different international locations that area Leopards, which Germany made within the 1000’s and exported to allies. Finland mentioned it will ship them, as did Poland, which has already sought Berlin’s approval. Spain and the Netherlands mentioned they have been contemplating it, and Norway was reported to be discussing it. Britain has provided an organization of 14 of its comparable Challengers and France is contemplating sending its Leclercs. “At a important second in Russia’s conflict, these tanks may help Ukraine defend itself, win and stand as an unbiased nation,” mentioned NATO Secretary-Normal Jens Stoltenberg. Two sources in the US mentioned Washington would announce afterward Wednesday that it will present dozens of its personal Abrams M1 tanks. Moscow says provides of recent offensive weaponry to Ukraine will solely postpone what it says can be its inevitable victory. Anatoly Antonov, Russia’s ambassador in Washington, mentioned deliveries of US battle tanks could be a “one other blatant provocation”. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov mentioned any US tanks despatched to Ukraine would “burn like all the remaining”. Up to now week, Russia has ramped up its threats, together with feedback from Dmitry Medvedev, an ally of President Vladimir Putin, {that a} nuclear state going through defeat might use nuclear weapons. Western officers who assist sending the tanks have dismissed Moscow’s threats, arguing that Russia is already waging conflict at full tilt and has been deterred from attacking NATO or utilizing nuclear arms. Final week, allies pledged billions of {dollars}’ price of navy support together with tons of of armoured preventing automobiles and troop carriers. These are seen as more practical for attacking enemy strains when used alongside tanks. Andriy Yermak, head of Zelenskiy’s administration, described a drive of what Ukraine hopes can be tons of of Western tanks as “the true punching fist of democracy”. WITHDRAWAL FROM SOLEDAR Ukraine sees the weapons as restoring its momentum in a conflict that has these days grow to be a bloody, deadlocked slog. Kyiv acknowledged on Wednesday that its forces had withdrawn from Soledar, a small salt-mining city within the east that Russia had claimed to seize greater than per week in the past, its greatest acquire for greater than half a yr. The city is near Bakhmut, a bigger metropolis that has been the main target of an intense Russian assault for weeks. The Russian-installed governor of Ukraine’s Donetsk area mentioned models of Russia’s Wagner contract militia have been now shifting ahead inside Bakhmut, with preventing on the outskirts and in neighbourhoods lately held by Ukraine. Reuters couldn’t confirm the state of affairs there. Within the 11 months because it invaded, Russia has killed 1000’s of civilians, pressured hundreds of thousands from their houses and decreased whole cities to rubble. It says its “particular navy operation” was essential to stem a safety risk arising from Ukraine’s ties to the West, which it now portrays as in search of to destroy it. Kyiv and its allies say Ukraine by no means threatened Russia, and the invasion is a conflict of aggression to subdue a neighbour and seize land. Ukraine defeated Russia’s troops on the outskirts of Kyiv final yr and later drove them out of swathes of occupied land. However Moscow nonetheless occupies round a sixth of Ukraine, and has declared this territory a part of Russia. Ukraine says it won’t cease preventing till it recaptures all its territory. Supply: Reuters

  • The physique of the fishmonger was recovered from Tentulia

    The physique of the fishmonger was recovered from Tentulia

    Tama Sen, Panchagarh Enterprise Revealed by: 10:04 PM, 25 January 2023 From the drain of a tea backyard on the banks of the Karatoa river in Jhalingigach space of ​​Tentulia upazila of Panchagarh. The police recovered the useless physique of a fish dealer named Kamrul Islam Kamu. On Wednesday afternoon, the ladies employees working within the tea backyard instantly noticed the physique of the younger man. The our bodies are coated with tea backyard bushes. Later they knowledgeable Devangarh Union Chairman Soleiman Ali. In response to the police, on Wednesday morning Kamruzzaman Kamu’s household filed a basic diary within the police station concerning his disappearance. In writing within the diary, they stated that fish dealer Kamruzzaman Kamu got here to the Shalbahan market final Monday afternoon. Within the night, one other particular person despatched the market with a bicycle to his residence, however he didn’t return residence. Even after looking out, Kamu was not discovered. Kamrul Islam Kamu is the son of Abdul Jabbar of Jugigas village in Tiranihat space. He’s the daddy of two kids. Abu Saeed Chowdhury, officer-in-charge of Tentulia Mannequin Police Station, stated that we instantly reached the spot after receiving the information. After the preliminary investigation, the physique has been introduced for autopsy. We have now gathered some clues. The household is but to verify concerning the case. We will inform the true details by correct investigation.

  • Which international locations are supplying tanks to Ukraine? | Russia-Ukraine conflict News

    Which international locations are supplying tanks to Ukraine? | Russia-Ukraine conflict News

    Germany has pledged to ship battle tanks to Ukraine, paving the way in which for a number of of its European allies to comply with swimsuit. The transfer, introduced by Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Wednesday, will see Berlin provide Kyiv with 14 German-made Leopard 2 items at first. It comes after the UK promised to ship 14 of its personal Challenger 2 tanks final week. In the meantime, throughout the Atlantic, america is reportedly poised to comply with swimsuit and provide dozens of its personal M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine’s army. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has requested 300 tanks to assist push again Russia’s invasion forces. Moscow has stated Western-supplied tanks will “burn” and dismissed options they’ll influence the end result of the almost yearlong battle. Right here’s what we all know thus far: Germany After days of mounting stress from Ukrainian and Western officers, the German authorities on Wednesday overcame its obvious reluctance and introduced it might provide Ukraine with the extremely sought-after Leopard 2 battle tanks. Scholz stated Germany would initially ship 14 items and in addition grant permission for different international locations to re-export their shares of the tanks – eradicating a serious hurdle to extra army help from throughout Europe. The federal government stated its purpose was for Germany and its allies to supply Ukraine with a complete of two battalions, or 88 tanks general. The Leopards, fielded by some 20 armies world wide, are seen as the most suitable choice for Ukraine as a result of they’re available in giant numbers and fewer advanced mechanically than different options, such because the M1 Abrams, permitting for faster coaching for Ukrainian forces. There are about 2,000 Leopard 2s at present unfold throughout Europe at completely different ranges of readiness, based on the Worldwide Institute for Strategic Research (IISS), a British think-tank. United Kingdom The UK has pledged to ship 14 of its Challenger 2 fundamental battle tanks to Ukraine, in addition to different superior artillery help within the coming weeks. The transfer to spice up army help, introduced earlier this month, may also see British forces prepare Ukrainian troops to make use of the tanks and artillery being equipped. The Challenger 2 has been in service with the British military since 1994. It has been deployed in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Iraq, based on the military. United States The US is poised to reverse its earlier place and ship dozens of its M1 Abrams battle tank to Ukraine, officers talking on situation of anonymity informed the Reuters and Related Press information businesses on Tuesday. A choice to ship greater than 30 items may very well be introduced as quickly as Wednesday, the AP reported, although it may take months for the tanks to be delivered. The tank is taken into account much less appropriate for the battle in Ukraine than the German-made Leopard 2 mannequin as a consequence of its heavy gasoline consumption and turbine engine, which is very refined and troublesome to take care of. Poland Poland has stated it is able to ship 14 of its personal reserve of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. The Polish authorities stated on Tuesday that it had formally requested Germany’s permission to take action consistent with guidelines governing the re-export of German army gear. Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki additionally stated his authorities would ask the European Union for compensation for the price of the items it needed to ship to Kyiv, calling the transfer a “take a look at of goodwill”. Finland Finland’s defence minister stated on Wednesday that his nation deliberate to ship Leopard 2s to Ukraine following Germany’s transfer to greenlight re-exports of the tanks. “The worldwide cooperation to ship Leopards to Ukraine is advancing now and Finland will take part in that,” Mikko Savola informed reporters. It was not instantly clear what number of tanks Finland, which shares a border with Russia, deliberate to produce Ukraine with. Savola stated his nation’s contribution can be restricted in scope as a consequence of issues over its personal defences. Norway Norwegian officers are at present weighing whether or not to ship among the nation’s inventory of 36 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, based on nationwide media studies. NATO member Norway, which additionally borders Russia, could contribute both 4 or eight of the tanks, the Dagens Naeringsliv newspaper reported late on Tuesday. However no choice on the difficulty has but been made, nameless sources acquainted with the deliberation informed Dagens Naeringsliv and Aftenposten, one other Oslo-based publication. Spain Spain’s defence minister stated on Wednesday that her nation was open to offering Ukraine with Leopard 2 tanks from its personal shares. Margarita Robles informed the EFE information company the federal government would act in coordination with different Western allies in serving to Ukraine fend off Russia’s invasion. She made no touch upon the doable variety of tanks Spain could present. Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte stated on Wednesday that the Netherlands was ready to ship battle tanks to Ukraine if wanted. “If a contribution from the Netherlands helps, we’re ready to take action,” Rutte informed Dutch broadcaster RTL. Rutte stated the Netherlands may decide to purchase tanks it at present leases from Germany, and provide these to Ukraine.

  • Customer victory on smartphones just isn’t obligatory: Mustafa Jabbar

    Customer victory on smartphones just isn’t obligatory: Mustafa Jabbar

    Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar stated that it’s obligatory to have Vijay software program on smartphones. However utilization just isn’t obligatory. He stated, ‘The cell phone consumer can put any software program on his cellphone or not, it’s his freedom. After shopping for the cell phone he could not preserve Vijay in his cellphone even for a second, could uninstall it. There is no such thing as a obligation.’ The minister stated this whereas speaking to reporters after a press convention organized on Wednesday (January 25) on the event of ‘Digital Bangladesh Honest’ to be held from Thursday (January 26) at Bangabandhu Worldwide Convention Middle within the capital. He stated, ‘The obligatory phrase has been stated by the Telecommunication Regulatory Company-BTRC, within the case of cell phone producers and importers of this nation. Whoever manufactures and imports cell phones on this nation should have Vijay software program. In response to a query, he stated, “Mustafa Jabba’s victory was not made in 2023. It was inbuilt 1988. By the fingers of Vijay which was created in 1988, the newspapers of Bangladesh have come to know what is known as ‘digital character’.” He stated to the journalists, ‘It is best to examine what number of newspapers of the nation are revealed in Vijay, what number of books are revealed in Bangla Academy’s ebook honest. Mustafa Jabbar didn’t power it. Now if Mustafa Jabbar has dedicated a criminal offense as a minister, it’s completed. However I did not standardize it, I did not power it. If I do not obey the federal government’s orders and ship it to the individuals and what we’re giving, we’re giving it without cost. I’m promoting software program (Win) for Home windows, Mac. However I didn’t promote smartphone software program.’ The minister stated, ‘Equally, the query could come, what do others who’re out there do? They promote in between, earn cash. i do not Due to this fact, I have no idea what my crime is. I have been doing pc typefaces since 1987. Since then, I’ve been engaged on the globalization of Bengali language and using Bengali language. Working for Bengal just isn’t a criminal offense.’ In response to a query, the minister stated, ‘Having Vijay Cellular means facilitating the consumer. The consumer doesn’t must obtain one other software program to make use of Bangla. The consumer is getting a software program on his cellular. He’ll use it, throw it away, set up a brand new one—no matter he does is totally on the discretion of the consumer.’ In response to the query whether or not you’ll give directions for using not solely Vijay, however a number of software program, the minister stated, ‘Bikaz just isn’t a number of software program requirements. They’d have been commonplace. You make a regular, that may also be inserted.’ Digital Bangladesh Honest on Thursday The Digital Bangladesh Honest is being held at Bangabandhu Worldwide Convention Middle within the capital from Thursday. Will proceed until January 28. The organizer of the honest is Division of Posts and Telecommunications. ISPAB, the group of Web service suppliers within the nation, is absolutely cooperating on this. On January 26, the honest will likely be inaugurated by the Minister of Training Dr. Deepu Moni. ISPAB President Imdadul Haque, Secretary Common Nazmul Karim Bhuana will likely be current. Publish and Telecommunication Division Minister Mustafa Jabbar will preside over the occasion. This info was given in a press convention held on Wednesday (January 25) on the honest grounds. Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Division Mostafa Jabbar, Secretary Abu Hena Morshed Zaman, Vice Chairman of BTRC Mohiuddin Ahmed, President of ISPAB Imdadul Haque and others had been current within the press convention. Within the press convention, the four-day honest will showcase the worth added by broadband web service suppliers. There will likely be Mujib nook within the honest. There will likely be a VR (Digital Actuality) zone. Cell phone operators are stated to be displaying 5G stay on the honest. The principle occasion on the honest would be the IoT (Web of Issues) zone. College students from completely different universities will sit at completely different stalls within the IoT zone. College students will present what new improvements are there within the IoT sector. A complete of 8 seminars and work periods will likely be held within the honest. 2 seminars will likely be held on the primary day of the honest, 4 on the second day and a couple of on the final day. The honest will run day by day from 10 am to eight pm.

  • Gas Prices Hiked By Up To 179 Per Cent

    Gas Prices Hiked By Up To 179 Per Cent

    The federal government, in an government order on Wednesday, elevated retail piped fuel costs in 4 shopper classes by as much as 179 per cent with impact from February 1. 4 different shopper classes—family, fertiliser, the tea business, and compressed pure fuel—didn’t see any change of their charges however have been bracing for a number of impacts from the worth hike. The hefty improve in costs of fuel meant to be used in energy era and industrial manufacturing would improve residing prices in some ways, economists and shopper rights activists mentioned, making survival tough, particularly for the poor and small and medium-sized enterprise entities. The price of meals at inns and eating places would leap due to the fuel value improve below the industrial class, the consultants mentioned, probably leaving tons of of hundreds, particularly these in cities, relying on low-cost eateries, usually at makeshift roadside retailers, half-fed. But, the consultants mentioned, these inconveniences would barely obtain something, for they’d not generate the {dollars} that the federal government wanted to spice up its import capability to return out of the vitality and energy crises. ‘Ultimately, the federal government will undergo tremendously as a result of its income era will fall,’ Customers Affiliation of Bangladesh vitality adviser M Shamsul Alam advised. ‘Financial targets can by no means be achieved when mere survival turns into a continuing wrestle,’ he mentioned. The fuel value hike got here barely 5 days after the electrical energy value was hiked by 5 per cent a unit and the electrical energy demand cost by as much as 42 per cent. Gas costs throughout all eight shopper classes elevated by a median of 23 per cent in June 2021. Simply the day earlier than the most recent fuel value hike, the state minister for energy and vitality, Nasrul Hamid, mentioned that electrical energy costs can be adjusted each month by an government order any further, hinting at one more spherical of hikes in electrical energy costs. The electrical energy value improve has now grow to be inevitable, an vitality knowledgeable mentioned, as the worth of fuel meant to be used in energy era underwent the very best improve of 179 per cent with the worth of a cubic metre leaping to Tk 14 from Tk 5.02. Captive energy, or electrical energy generated by factories for their very own use, noticed the worth of a cubic metre of the fuel climb to Tk 30 from Tk 16 following an 88 per cent rise. Small, cottage and others recorded the very best 178 per cent improve among the many new business charges introduced for 3 sub-categories, together with giant and medium. The speed per cubic metre of fuel for the small, cottage, and different industries was elevated to Tk 30 from Tk 10.78. The speed per cubic metre of fuel for the medium business was elevated to Tk 30 from Tk 11.78 marking a 155 per cent improve. Giant industries noticed the bottom hike of 150 per cent of their fuel charges, with the worth of per cubic metre of fuel rising to Tk 30 from Tk 11.98. The value of per cubic metre of fuel consumed commercially by inns, eating places and others was elevated to Tk 30.50 from Tk 26.64 – a 14.48 per cent hike. Following rounds of negotiations with the federal government, enterprise leaders agreed to pay a most of Tk 25 if fuel was provided constantly and on the right strain, which they claimed the federal government had by no means achieved. Factories with the very best fuel provide at the moment get barely half of what they want. ‘For the reason that value hike won’t produce {dollars} to extend import capability, the possibility of Bangladesh growing fuel provide anytime quickly is very unlikely,’ mentioned Khondaker Golam Moazzem, analysis director, Centre for Coverage Dialogue. Worldwide media reported that long-term LNG contracts out there by 2026 have been offered out, with the spot market probably staying extremely unstable over time. Bangladesh meets roughly a fifth of its fuel demand by imports, largely from long-term contracts, and has not bought fuel on the spot market since July. The final fuel value hike was justified by the necessity to import 100 mmcfd from the spot market—a promise the federal government didn’t hold. The recent value hike means industries must pay extra with none enchancment within the fuel provide, mentioned Moazzem, sending manufacturing prices by the roof. Small and medium buyers will bear the brunt, however giant buyers will undergo too, he mentioned, including that some industries would face a double blow as a result of their captive energy bills would additionally leap. The manufacturing value can be notably excessive in some industries, akin to metal, ceramics, glass, and textiles, whose manufacturing is straight reliant on fuel. ‘The value hike will scale back the subsidy have to some extent, however a much better means of getting the job carried out is to discover our personal fuel reserves,’ mentioned Moazzem. The federal government by no means heeded vitality consultants’ longstanding name for decreasing fuel import reliance and investing extra in renewable vitality. The federal government quite aggressively invested in costly fossil gasoline imports. The federal government additionally didn’t take any efficient measures for prime inefficiency and corruption within the energy and vitality sectors, logging among the world’s highest system losses. ‘The burden of flawed coverage, inefficiency, and corruption is passing onto the shoulders of customers,’ mentioned economist Anu Muhammad. The Technical Analysis Committee of the Bangladesh Vitality Regulatory Fee revealed in a March 2022 public listening to that the state-owned Petrobangla, the lone purchaser and importer of pure fuel, pocketed Tk 2,538 crore by importing 553 mmcfd much less LNG than promised within the monetary years 2019-20 and 2020–21. Over 50 per cent of put in energy capability value Bangladesh Tk 72,567 crore in capability prices within the decade ending within the monetary 12 months 2020–21, in response to the Bangladesh Working Group on Exterior Debt. The capability cost is…

  • Striving for Affordable Child Care in Bangladesh – Foreign Policy

    Striving for Affordable Child Care in Bangladesh – Foreign Policy

    The nation handed an act in 2021 aiming to extend entry to baby care. However implementing the regulation has its personal challenges. One silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic, and its ensuing baby care disaster, is that an rising variety of nations have handed laws supporting the kid care sector. These embrace Vietnam, Peru, Argentina, and Bangladesh. On at the moment’s episode of The Hidden Economics of Exceptional Girlswe hear about Bangladesh’s efforts to extend entry to baby care, notably for working dad and mom. Bangladeshi lawmakers handed the Child Daycare Centre Act in 2021, and final yr, they proposed implementation tips. Within the first a part of the present, host Reena Ninan speaks with Navy Elephanta lawyer with the World Financial institution’s Girls, Enterprise, and the Legislation Venture. Ninan asks Elefante concerning the World Financial institution’s involvement in rising baby care in Bangladesh and what this regulation did to assist day cares. Then, senior producer Laura Rosbrow-Telem talks with day care managers in Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital and largest metropolis, to gauge their opinion of the regulation. Producer Alvah Amit Halder offered reporting and manufacturing help from Dhaka. This week, we’re additionally conducting a listener survey to raised perceive what you want concerning the podcast and what else you’d like to listen to in future episodes. All members within the survey who present their electronic mail shall be eligible to win a $25 Amazon present card. To take part, comply with this survey hyperlink. Thanks very a lot on your time and suggestions. About The Hidden Economics of Exceptional Girls (HERO): May empowering girls within the office be the best solution to enhance the worldwide economic system? Host Reena Ninan talks to girls world wide altering the established order in shocking methods to enhance their lives, their households, and in the end, the world. The Hidden Economics of Exceptional Girls (HER♀) is a Foreign Policy podcast supported partially by the Invoice & Melinda Gates Basis. HER♀ listeners can be taught extra about these subjects by signing up for particular entry to an FP Analytics coverage transient on gender equality. Enroll by clicking right here.  See All Episodes Different Foreign Policy podcasts: playlist-podcast-foreign-policy-logo Foreign Policy Playlist From Foreign Policya curated podcast the place every week we introduce you to at least one podcast from world wide—reveals that includes fascinating tales or compelling interviews and evaluation on worldwide affairs. And sometimes you’ll hear audio from our personal newsroom. Be a part of FP’s Laura Rosbrow-Telem for this curated podcast. uploads_2F1599164548930-euibsn6w9m5-ddc29e8b65d6b1eea62c43b00d5c47d3_2FFP-Africa-Ahead-podcast-logo-3000×3000 Africa Ahead: Season 1 Introducing our debut season Africa Aheada podcast supported by Africa50 and produced by FP Studios. Introducing Africa Ahead, a podcast from Africa50 produced by FP Studios. Hosts Isha Sesay and Carol Pineau discover infrastructure challenges, successes, and alternatives in Africa.

  • Abhishek is the newly elected committee of Duffs

    Abhishek is the newly elected committee of Duffs

    Go News24 come Revealed: November 26, 2022, 01:13 pm Replace: November 26, 2022, 01:15 pm The inauguration of the newly elected government committee of the Dhaka College Buddies Society-Duffs, the scholars’ group of the 1994-95 session of Dhaka College, has been accomplished. Within the inauguration ceremony, Vijay Basak took cost because the newly elected government committee president and Rita Nahar as the final secretary of Duffs. The debut was held on the Capital Recreation Membership of Gulshan-2 on Friday (November 25) night. Planning Minister MA Mannan was current because the chief visitor on the inauguration ceremony. Within the Chief Visitor’s speech, Planning Minister MA Mannan congratulated and congratulated the newly elected Govt Committee President and Normal Secretary of Duffs. He expressed optimism that the brand new committee will take the group ahead. In the meantime, the Planning Minister mentioned that Bangladesh is transferring ahead below the management of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Though there are various issues within the socio-economic and cultural fields within the nation, the nation is transferring ahead because of the dedication of the Prime Minister. On the inauguration ceremony, Munjur Morshed (Ripon), Dr. Md. Rafiqul Islam, Khan Mohammad Jahangir Babul and Farid Chifatullah as joint common secretary and Md. Mozammel Haque Salim additionally assumed his duties. Mohammad Amiruzzaman Mia (Jewel), Md. because the organizing secretary within the inauguration ceremony. Shahnewaz Mehbub (Rumi), Md. Abdus Chatter Gazi, Finance Secretary. Abdur Rahman, Affiliate Finance Secretary Mohammad Mamun Kabir, Mohammad Omar Farooq, Workplace Secretary Faizunnesa Shilpi, Schooling Affairs Secretary Ali Mohammad Kawsar and Worldwide Affairs Secretary Md. Sultan Uddin took cost. As well as, because the secretary of reduction and welfare affairs of Duffs within the inauguration ceremony. Shahinur Rahman, SMA as Publicity and Publication Secretary. Mosabbir, as sports activities and cultural secretary. Ashikuzzaman, Sudipta Mahmud Shampa as Data and Communication Expertise Editor and Ratna Halda as Ladies Affairs Editor. Fahim Ahmed, Borhan Uddin, Mohammad Shahiduzzaman Raj, Mohammad Ghalib Khan, Md. had been elected as government members of the brand new committee. Abdur Rahman (Nishat), Muhammad Hossain Kajal, Muhammad Shafiqul Alam, Snigdha Sharmeena Zafarin, Tushar Kanti Ghosh and Sharmin Alim. The newly elected committee changed the convening committee headed by Rizvi Alam and MA Rob Khan. It’s to be famous that the Chief Election Commissioner Monir Hossain introduced the names of the 31 members of the committee elected unopposed in a ceremony organized at a resort within the capital on Saturday (November 19) night. Vijay Basak was elected the president of the brand new committee and Rita Nahar turned the final secretary. This group was fashioned in 2016 with the scholars of the 1994-95 session of Dhaka College. Along with numerous occasions together with reunions, this group is finishing up numerous applications within the service of society and humanity.

  • Warning sign No. 3 in Bay of Bengal low stress Pyara Harbour

    Warning sign No. 3 in Bay of Bengal low stress Pyara Harbour

    Warning sign No. 3 in Bay of Bengal low stress Pyara Harbour the duvet Lead Information 5 Warning sign No. 3 in Bay of Bengal low stress Pyara Harbour

  • The woman went to the check middle by swimming the river on the threat of her life!

    The woman went to the check middle by swimming the river on the threat of her life!

    The woman went to the check middle by swimming the river on the threat of her life! Worldwide Desk The younger lady got here to the village dwelling on a two-day vacation. He immediately discovered that his examination date has been introduced. Therefore, it was pressing to succeed in the examination middle as quickly as attainable. However the village was flooded as a result of steady rains for 2 days. Communication with town can be minimize off. However the check that should be given to him! Discovering no different method, the 2 brothers of the younger lady lastly organized to take her sister to the examination middle by swimming the swollen Kharsrota river. Anandabazar reported this info in a report on Sunday. The incident occurred in Vizianagram district of Andhra Pradesh. Taddi Kalavati is a resident of Marivalasa village. Labored in a personal group in Visakhapatnam. He got here to the village dwelling on go away three days in the past. He had an examination on Saturday. So he ready to depart for Visakhapatnam on Friday itself. However as a result of heavy rains, the Champavati river within the village flooded and water entered the village. And due to that, the communication path between the village and town was closed. Listening to concerning the sister’s examination, her two brothers took Kalabati with them and organized to succeed in town by swimming throughout the river. The scene of taking Kalavati to swim within the river has gone viral on social media. Seeing such inclination of brothers and sisters in direction of training, many individuals are floating of their reward. Bangladesh Journal/MR

  • 3 killed as bus collides head-on with microbus in Rangpur

    3 killed as bus collides head-on with microbus in Rangpur

    Three folks, together with a new child child, had been killed and 4 others injured after a passenger-bus collided head-on with a microbus at Taraganj upazila in Rangpur early Sunday. The accident happened on Rangpur-Dinajpur regional highway close to Kharubhaj Bridge round 5:30am. The deceased are Barat, 30, son of Nasir Uddin of Nilphamari, Rafiqul Islam, 40, son of Jahanur Islam and a seven-day-old new child child. Supply stated, a Nilphamari-bound bus of Bhai Bhai Paribahan collided head-on with the microbus within the space. Seven members of a household, who had been within the microbus, had been injured. Later, they had been despatched to Rangpur Medical Faculty Hospital (RpMCH) the place three folks died. Sheikh Mohammad Mahbub Morshed, Officer-in-charge of Taraganj Police Station, confirmed the matter to Jago Information.

  • The West is skeptical about Iran’s intentions

    The West is skeptical about Iran’s intentions

    Western nations have expressed doubts about Iran’s intentions relating to a doable nuclear deal. France, UK and Germany knowledgeable them about this doubt on Saturday. The nations say they’ve ‘severe doubts’ about Iran’s intention to revive the nuclear deal. In a report on Sunday, the UK-based media outlet Reuters reported this information. Iran, nonetheless, has rejected the assertion of the West. Earlier this month, Iran gave its newest response to the European Union’s proposed draft to revive the 2015 deal. The draft requires reining in Tehran’s nuclear program in change for reduction from financial sanctions by america, the European Union and the United Nations. Nonetheless, Mohammad Marandi, an adviser to Iran’s nuclear negotiating crew, mentioned just lately that his nation wouldn’t settle for any ambiguity in a doable nuclear deal. EU international coverage chief Joseph Borrell mentioned hopes of an early deal to revive the Iran nuclear deal had dwindled. As a result of as a substitute of consensus within the dialogue, the gap has elevated. In response to such feedback by Joseph Borrell, Mohammad Marandi mentioned that Joseph Borrell might have forgotten that the talks in Vienna are geared toward lifting the ban. Most of Iran’s inhabitants has been focused by the ban. They have been plunged into distress. Nonetheless, Tehran was dedicated to totally complying with the nuclear settlement that was reached earlier. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi mentioned a brand new nuclear deal might solely occur if assurances, verification by Iran and a everlasting lifting of sanctions had been met.

  • When and the place loadshedding on Sunday

    When and the place loadshedding on Sunday

    In response to the directions, two electrical energy distribution firms of Dhaka, Dhaka Energy Distribution Firm Restricted (DPDC) and Dhaka Electrical Provide Firm Restricted (DESCO) have printed the schedule of load shedding on Sunday. The listing was additionally launched by Westzone Energy Distribution Firm (Ozopadico), Northern Electrical energy Provide Firm (NESCO), and Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board (BREB). DESCO load shedding schedule Schedule of load shedding of DPDC Schedule of Loadshedding of Ozopadico NESCO Load Shedding Schedule Schedule of load shedding of REB Amidst the pandemic, electrical energy manufacturing has decreased as gasoline imports have been lowered on account of rising costs on the earth market after the struggle in Ukraine. To cope with this case, area-wise load shedding has began from final July 19 to coordinate the demand with the manufacturing of electrical energy. Listing and schedule of the place, when load shedding will happen has been printed. This resolution of area-wise load shedding got here in a high-level assembly organized on the Prime Minister’s workplace on July 18. After the assembly, Prime Minister’s Advisor on Energy, Power and Mineral Sources Tawfiq-e-Ilahi Chowdhury gave this info to the journalists. In the meantime, right now of vitality disaster, the electrical energy connection has began to be lower off when the outlets and purchasing malls are opened after 8 pm in defiance of the federal government directives. Bangladesh Journal/MM

  • Pierre Poilievre: Populist takes helm of Canada’s Conservatives | Politics News

    Pierre Poilievre: Populist takes helm of Canada’s Conservatives | Politics News

    Montreal, Canada – Canada’s federal Conservative Social gathering has chosen a populist profession politician to be its subsequent chief, betting on Pierre Poilievre to tackle Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s Liberals after a collection of electoral defeats. Poilievre’s victory was a foregone conclusion for months, as most opinion polls forward of the celebration conference on Saturday evening confirmed his firebrand political rhetoric resonated with members – and gave him a snug lead over his closest rival, the extra centrist Jean Charest. “This isn’t my victory, it’s yours,” Poilievre instructed the gang from the conference stage within the capital, Ottawa, after his overwhelming win was introduced. He garnered 68 p.c assist on a primary poll, in comparison with 16 p.c for Charest. “Tonight begins the journey to switch an previous authorities that prices you extra and delivers you much less, with a brand new authorities that places you first – your paycheque, your retirement, your private home, your nation,” he mentioned. Poilievre celebrates subsequent to his spouse Anaida after being elected as the brand new chief of Canada’s Conservative Social gathering [Blair Gable/Reuters] Specialists say the longtime politician’s rise indicators the rightward shift of Canada’s essential opposition celebration and its embrace of right-wing, populist discourse, which has been gaining assist within the nation in addition to world wide. Whereas many query whether or not Poilievre’s embrace amongst conservatives will switch over to the broader Canadian voters – or translate into victory towards the Liberals, who’ve been in authorities since 2015 – his impact on the political panorama in Canada is already being felt. “His ascendance … does point out for us that the membership of the Conservative Social gathering has clearly moved in a right-wing route and is now extra receptive to that form of populist message that he has perfected,” mentioned Jim Bickerton, a political science professor at St Francis Xavier College. Bickerton described Poilievre as a extremely provocative libertarian and “most likely probably the most right-wing” chief of a number one political celebration that Canada has ever seen. “[He] makes use of the populist language that we affiliate with American politics, notably with the Republican base in the US, round private freedom and liberty and opposition to any restrictions on that imposed by authorities,” he instructed Al Jazeera. Profession politician First elected to the Home of Commons in 2004, Poilievre has represented Ottawa-area electoral districts ever since. He held the democratic reform, and employment and social growth portfolios within the cupboard of longtime Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who was in authorities from 2006 till the celebration misplaced to the Liberals in 2015. These appointments got here after Poilievre gained a fame as what one Canadian columnist just lately dubbed “Harper’s private assault chihuahua”. On the time, Poilievre made a reputation for himself as a right-wing hardliner and drew the ire of opposition lawmakers and political observers for his inflammatory and hyper-partisan rhetoric in parliament. In 2013, the left-leaning New Democrats mentioned his rise demonstrated that “to develop into a minister for Stephen Harper, you should go away the reality behind and embrace mean-spirited assaults.” Extra just lately, Poilievre has centered a lot of his marketing campaign for the Conservative management on defending private liberties and “freedom”. He has attacked Trudeau for will increase in the price of residing; slammed the Liberal authorities for imposing vaccine mandates and different measures through the COVID-19 pandemic, and mentioned he would sack the top of the Financial institution of Canada over rising inflation. He backed anti-vaccine protesters who occupied Ottawa for weeks earlier this yr and accused “the liberal media” of bias in its protection of the convoy, which was led by far-right activists. Poilievre (left) served as a minister in former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s authorities [File: Chris Wattie/Reuters] “Poilievre is known as a profession politician, which is a bit paradoxical for somebody who has [this] form of anti-elite rhetoric,” mentioned Daniel Beland, the director of the McGill Institute for the Research of Canada at McGill College in Montreal. “[He is] somebody who has actually put ahead a really robust anti-Trudeau, anti-Liberal rhetoric … [and] somebody who doesn’t mince his phrases. He’s actually identified for that, he’s been identified for that for a very long time.” In June, Poilievre publicly admonished a Canadian journalist who requested his group to clarify his assist for a person with ties to far-right teams. He additionally confronted questions just a few weeks later for shaking the hand of the chief of Diagolon, a Canadian far-right organisation, throughout a marketing campaign occasion. “It’s inconceivable to do a background test on each single one that attends my occasions,” Poilievre’s marketing campaign instructed World News in an announcement final month. “As I all the time have, I denounce racism and anybody who spreads it. I didn’t and don’t know or acknowledge this explicit particular person.” However that was rejected by Barbara Perry, the director of the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism at Ontario Tech College, who mentioned Poilievre must do way more if he desires to distance himself from such supporters. He has additionally “performed into the vilification” of the media and the Liberal authorities, Perry mentioned, which in flip emboldens extra excessive components to do the identical. In latest weeks, Canadian ladies journalists – notably Black ladies and ladies of color – have confronted a barrage of loss of life threats, insults and different on-line harassment, whereas politicians have raised considerations over their security amid verbal assaults and intimidation. “Even through the convoy, [Poilievre] was not soft-peddling in any respect. He was not attempting to distance himself from the far-right components that had been on the head of that motion. He was very a lot within the midst of it, so it falls on deaf ears when he tries to say that these will not be his politics,” Perry instructed Al Jazeera. “He sees this as enjoying to the bottom of the celebration … He undoubtedly is attempting to drag individuals away from the centre to the fitting,” mentioned…

  • ‘Plastic-Polythene combined roads can be sustainable’

    ‘Plastic-Polythene combined roads can be sustainable’

    249 tons of plastic and polythene waste is falling into Karnaphuli river in Chittagong each day. Which may be very dangerous for human physique. Pial Barua and Al Amin, two college students of Civil Engineering Division of Chittagong College of Engineering and Know-how (CHUET) gave this data via a press convention at Chittagong Press Membership at midday on Saturday (September 10). They discovered such data in lengthy research. This analysis was supervised by the professor of civil engineering division of Chuet. Swapan Kumar Palit. The press convention was collectively organized by Chuet’s Civil Engineering Division and Bangladesh Surroundings Discussion board. It’s stated that 3000 tons of waste is produced in Chittagong metropolis each day. Out of this, 249 tons are plastic and polythene waste as 8.3 %. 35.61 % of those wastes are reusable. 249 tonnes of plastic-polythene waste is being raised as a result of plastic and polythene are non-biodegradable. It pollutes the atmosphere in numerous methods. Subsequently, polyethylene-plastic waste can be utilized on roads via the method. By mixing 5 to 10 % plastic-polyethylene with bitumen, roads are made sturdy, cost-effective and environment-friendly. Together with this, highway sturdiness will enhance, thereby lowering the price of highway upkeep. Chuet’s former VC stated on the press convention. Jahangir Alam stated, ‘Polythene-plastic recycling needs to be thought-about. Researchers say that by mixing plastic-polyethylene with bitumen, the associated fee is decreased and the highway can be sturdy. Chittagong Metropolis Company can use their analysis if they need. Two roads could be examined on the identical time. It may be seen that roads manufactured from bitumen or roads combined with plastic with bitumen are extra sturdy. The analysis paper additionally states that utilizing plastic-polyethylene waste in highway development is environmentally pleasant and economically optimistic. For instance, if the width of every lane is 3.5 meters and the thickness of asphalt is 75 millimeters on a two-lane highway of 1 kilometer lengthy, if 7.5 % plastic or polyethylene is used together with bitumen, then 4.5 tons of bitumen could be saved per kilometer. . 4 and a half tons of plastic and polythene can be utilized in it. Because of this, it will likely be attainable to cut back 4 and a half tons of plastic waste. Additionally, the price of 4 and a half tons of bitumen can be saved. Because of this, the price of setting up one kilometer of highway can be decreased by greater than 2 lakh 74 thousand rupees. In addition to lowering plastic from the atmosphere, prices can be decreased. Aliur Rahman, Common Secretary of Chittagong River and Canal Safety Motion, additionally spoke. Chittagong Surroundings Discussion board Chittagong President Professor Idris Ali, Chuet Civil Engineering Division Professor Dr. Swapan Kumar Palit, Common Secretary of Bangladesh Surroundings Discussion board and Chittagong Chapter Prof. Pradeep Kumar Das and others.

  • Russia loses management of key cities as Ukrainian forces advance | Russia-Ukraine warfare News

    Russia loses management of key cities as Ukrainian forces advance | Russia-Ukraine warfare News

    Moscow has deserted its fundamental bastion in northeastern Ukraine, in a sudden collapse of one of many warfare’s principal entrance strains after Ukrainian forces made a fast advance. The swift fall of Izyum in Kharkiv province on Saturday was Moscow’s worst defeat since its troops had been pressured again from the capital Kyiv in March. This might show a pivotal second within the six-month-old warfare, with hundreds of Russian troopers abandoning ammunition stockpiles and tools as they fled. Russian forces used Izyum because the logistics base for one among their fundamental campaigns – a months-long assault from the north on the adjoining Donbas area comprising Donetsk and Luhansk. The state-run TASS information company quoted Russia’s defence ministry as saying it had ordered troops to depart the neighborhood and reinforce operations elsewhere in neighbouring Donetsk. The pinnacle of Russia’s administration in Kharkiv informed residents to evacuate the province and flee to Russia to “save lives”, TASS reported. Witnesses described site visitors jams of automobiles with folks leaving Russian-held territory. Ukrainian troops captured town of Kupiansk, a railway hub [Press Service of the State Security Service of Ukraine/Handout via Reuters] Zelensyy says 2000sq km retaken The Russian withdrawal was heralded by Ukrainian leaders. “The Russian military as of late is demonstrating its finest means – to point out its again,” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy mentioned in a video handle Saturday night. Ukraine’s armed forces have liberated about 2,000 sq. kilometres (770 sq. miles) of territory since a counter-offensive towards Russia began earlier this month, he mentioned. Ukrainian officers stopped wanting confirming that they had recaptured Izyum, however Andriy Yermak, Zelenskiy’s chief of workers, posted a photograph of troops on its outskirts and tweeted an emoji of grapes. Town’s identify means “raisin”. “The Russian military is claiming the title of quickest military on this planet … hold working!” Yermak wrote on Twitter later. Al Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo, reporting from Kyiv, mentioned Izyum was “a key army strongpoint for the Russians for a lot of months”. “It took the Russians six weeks of combating to come up with that metropolis, and now it seems that the Ukrainians may have retaken it, in just about a 12-to-24-hour timeframe,” Elizondo mentioned. “It offers you an thought of how the tide is actually turning. Ukrainians clearly have the momentum on this battle proper now within the northeast, as they proceed to push the Russian forces again.” German international minister Annalena Baerbock, who was visiting the Ukrainian capital, mentioned Berlin would proceed to help Ukraine [Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters] The Russian withdrawal announcement got here hours after Ukrainian troops entered town of Kupiansk farther north, the only railway hub supplying Russia’s total entrance line throughout northeastern Ukraine. Ukrainian officers posted images early on Saturday of their troops elevating the nation’s blue-and-yellow flag in entrance of Kupiansk’s metropolis corridor. That left hundreds of Russian troops abruptly minimize off from provides alongside a entrance that has seen among the most intense battles of the warfare. There have been indicators of bother for Russia elsewhere alongside its remaining positions on the japanese entrance, with pro-Russian officers acknowledging difficulties at different areas. Ukrainian armed forces are persevering with to advance in several areas alongside the entrance, Zelenskyy mentioned. Earlier on Saturday, German international minister Annalena Baerbock, who was visiting the Ukrainian capital, mentioned Berlin would proceed to help Ukraine in its struggle towards Russian forces. “I’ve travelled to Kyiv as we speak to point out that they will proceed to depend on us. That we’ll proceed to face by Ukraine for so long as obligatory with deliveries of weapons, and with humanitarian and monetary help,” she mentioned. Ukrainian service members pose for within the just lately liberated settlement of Vasylenkove in Kharkiv area, Ukraine [Press service of the Territorial Defence of the Ukrainian Armed Forces/Handout via Reuters] Russian forces ‘regrouping’ Days in the past, Kyiv’s forces burst by means of the entrance line and have since recaptured dozens of cities and villages in a swift mechanised assault, surging ahead dozens of kilometres a day. “To realize the said objectives of the Particular Army Operation for the liberation of Donbas, it was determined to regroup the Russian troops situated within the districts of Balakliia and [Izyum] for the aim of accelerating efforts within the Donetsk route,” TASS quoted Russia’s defence ministry as saying. Russian forces had already deserted Balakliia days in the past. Ukraine’s deputy defence minister, Hanna Malyar, sounded a cautionary observe, urging folks to not report prematurely that cities have been “taken” simply because Ukrainian troops have entered, as in Balakliia. “A couple of days in the past it was reported that troops had entered the city. At the moment, now we have lastly established management within the metropolis, carried out all the mandatory actions, and raised the flag,” she mentioned. A nonetheless picture from video, launched by the Russian defence ministry, reveals what it mentioned to be a Russian army convoy heading in the direction of the entrance line in Ukraine’s Kharkiv area [Russian Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters] In Hrakove, one among dozens of villages recaptured within the Ukrainian advance, Reuters noticed burned-out autos bearing the “Z” image of Russia’s invasion. Containers of ammunition had been scattered together with garbage at positions the Russians had deserted in evident haste. “Hiya everybody, we’re from Russia,” was spray-painted on a wall. Three our bodies lay in white physique luggage in a yard. The regional chief of police, Volodymyr Tymoshenko, mentioned Ukrainian police moved in the day gone by, and checked the identities of native residents who had lived beneath Russian occupation because the invasion’s second day. “The primary operate is to supply assist that they want. The subsequent job is to doc the crimes dedicated by Russian invaders on the territories which they briefly occupied,” he mentioned. Russian rocket hearth hit Kharkiv metropolis on Saturday night, killing not less than one particular person and damaging a number of houses, a part of a surge in shelling since Kyiv’s counteroffensive, Ukrainian officers mentioned. Russia’s abrupt…

  • Recruitment syndicate led by former financial institution officer

    Recruitment syndicate led by former financial institution officer

    Crores of crores of rupees have been misplaced via fraud by the Ministry of Schooling Secretary, Financial institution Officer, Director of Manpower Employment and Coaching Bureau, beneath the guise of giving a number of jobs together with financial institution recruitment, elementary trainer recruitment, Manpower Employment and Coaching Bureau. A robust recruitment syndicate has been shaped within the capital beneath the management of a former financial institution official. The mastermind of this cycle is Salim Ahmed (60). He’s a retired officer of Uttara Financial institution. Selim gained folks’s belief by pretending to be the secretary of the Ministry of Schooling, generally a financial institution officer, and generally the director of the Manpower Employment and Coaching Bureau. Later, with the assistance of different associates of the syndicate, he used to steal cash via fraud within the title of recruiting folks in banks, academic establishments and varied authorities places of work. In response to the related sources of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DB), eight members of this gang together with Salim have been caught within the intelligence web. Aside from Salim, the opposite members of the circle are Enayet Khan (41), Kawsar Ali (38), Kazi Habib (32), Jalal Uddin Talukder (52), Md. Sagar (34), Sultal Mahmud (31) and Faiz Ullah (25). Goenda Police arrested them from Motijheel, Mohammadpur and Adabar areas of the capital on Friday. 8 cellphones together with 1 pc and pretend employment letters of assorted jobs used for fraud had been recovered from them. Amongst these arrested, there are six earlier circumstances within the title of Selim. Amongst them, 3 circumstances have been sentenced and three circumstances have warranted absconding accused. Habib has 4 circumstances and Kausar two. In response to the sources, by reviewing their WhatsApp chat historical past, the Gowendas bought lots of details about fraud in varied issues together with main assistant lecturers, jobs in banks and transfers and promotions. Anant 11 folks have been cheated by this cycle. Amongst them cheated Zahid 7 lakh, Sajib Khan 6 lakh, Ravi 2 lakh, Shaheen 90 thousand, Kanak Grasp 74 thousand, Tutul 70 thousand, Liton Feroze 50 thousand, Matin 48 thousand, Khalek 40 thousand, Harun 10 thousand and Shaukat Ali 9 lakh Obtained cash. Shaukat Ali, the sufferer of fraud, mentioned that he bought acquainted with the fraudster Enayet Khan resulting from dwelling in the identical constructing. On that foundation, Enayet enticed my son Enamul Hossain and my brother’s son Jabed Hossain to work in Southeast Financial institution. Enayet mentioned, if you wish to get a job, you must go to Southeast Financial institution and provides a Vaiba (oral check). No written check required. In response to him, Enamul and Jabed went in entrance of the principle workplace of Southeast Financial institution positioned in Motijheel on August 17, 2020. At the moment, one other member of the fraudulent circle, Kazi Habib, launched himself as a peon of Southeast Financial institution and launched Kawsar Ali as Southeast Financial institution official and took them (Enamul and Jabed) contained in the financial institution. Later, two or three folks took their brothers to a room. Shaukat Ali mentioned, Enayet Khan instructed me a couple of days after taking Vaiba, that to get two appointment letters for 2 folks, the Southeast Financial institution authorities have to offer a donation of 10 lakh taka. Accordingly, on September 1, 2020, I’ll pay Tk 9 lakh to Enayet. After getting the appointment letter, I agreed to pay one lakh extra. However after taking the cash they weren’t giving the appointment letter. When they need a refund, they begin arguing. Later the matter was reported to the DB Police. On this regard, DB Further Deputy Commissioner Junaid Alam Sarkar mentioned, Enayet, Habib, Jalal, Sagar and Sultan collected job seekers from totally different areas and took them to Kawsar. Kawsa’s contact with retired financial institution officer Salim Ahmed creates varied tips of deception. It’s being investigated whether or not there are every other members of this circle. Bangladesh Journal/Sujan/Monir

  • Lawyer Yuthi stands subsequent to the households of the victims of lightning in Sirajganj

    Lawyer Yuthi stands subsequent to the households of the victims of lightning in Sirajganj

    Ashikur Rahman Mithu Enterprise Printed by: 11:48 PM, 10 September 2022 9 farmers together with kids have been killed by lightning in Panchkoshi Union of Sirajganj’s Ullapara. 5 individuals have been injured. Lawyer Nahid Sultana Yuthi, spouse of Bangladesh Awami Jubo League chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash, stands beside the households of the victims. Yuthi gave money help of Tk 50 thousand to every household of the victims. He requested the hospital authorities to supply correct medical care to the lightning injured. Nahid Sultana Juthi mentioned, ‘The incident may be very heartbreaking. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is risking her life to work for the widespread individuals. Impressed by his beliefs, I all the time attempt to stand by individuals. I couldn’t sit down after listening to this tragic incident in my village. I’ll all the time attempt to be with the affected household.’ Sirajganj district Awami Jubo League former president Rashed Yusuf Jewell, Sirajganj Jubo League employee Alhaj Sarkar, Pabna District Jubo League convener Ali Murtaza Biswas Soni and Jubo League employee Pradeep Kumar Guha have been current.

  • ‘Never seen local weather carnage’ like Pakistan floods, says UN chief | Climate Crisis News

    ‘Never seen local weather carnage’ like Pakistan floods, says UN chief | Climate Crisis News

    United Nations Secretary-Basic Antonio Guterres, who’s visiting flood-ravaged Pakistan, says he has “by no means seen local weather carnage” on such a scale, blaming wealthier international locations for contributing to the devastation. Almost 1,400 individuals have died and greater than 1,000,000 individuals have been rendered homeless in flooding that has submerged practically one-third of Pakistan and destroyed crops in a rustic that has been going through excessive inflation and a stability of cost disaster. “I’ve seen many humanitarian disasters on the earth, however I’ve by no means seen local weather carnage on this scale,” Guterres stated on Saturday within the port metropolis of Karachi on his second day of a go to in Pakistan. “I’ve merely no phrases to explain what I’ve seen at the moment,” he stated. Greater than a 3rd of Pakistan was submerged by melting glaciers and report monsoon rains that started in June, inflicting colossal harm to properties, roads, bridges, rail networks, livestock and crops. Whereas Minister of Finance Miftah Ismail estimated the overall loss at $10bn amid a unbroken financial disaster, impartial analysts put the determine between $15bn and $20bn, and concern it may additional rise. Guterres has stated he hopes his go to will galvanise assist for Pakistan, which has put the provisional value of the disaster at greater than $30bn, in line with the federal government’s flood aid centre. Shortly after his arrival on Friday, the UN chief referred to as for “huge” world assist. The devastating floods have additionally brought about important harm to Mohenjo Daro, a well-known 4,500-year-old archaeological website within the southeastern Sindh province which UNESCO has designated a World Heritage website. Reporting from the location, Al Jazeera’s Zein Basravi stated that whereas the rain spared the principle construction, the conservation work that had been carried out previously years was broken. “The go to by the UN crew right here is supposed as an instance a really clear image, the essential level right here is that the human struggling is clear and unparalleled and you may’t evaluate the lack of life to what’s occurring right here, on the identical time that is an existential menace: Climate change is now starting to clean away human historical past as effectively,” Basravi stated. ‘That is madness, that is collective suicide’ Pakistan receives heavy, typically damaging, rains throughout its annual monsoon season, which is essential for agriculture and water provides. However downpours as intense as this yr’s haven’t been seen for many years, whereas quickly melting glaciers within the north have for months heaped extra stress on waterways. “Wealthier international locations are morally answerable for serving to creating international locations like Pakistan to get well from disasters like this, and to adapt to construct resilience to local weather impacts that sadly shall be repeated sooner or later,” Guterres stated, including that G20 nations trigger 80 % of at the moment’s emissions. Pakistan is answerable for lower than 1 % of world greenhouse gasoline emissions, however is eighth on an inventory compiled by the NGO Germanwatch of nations most susceptible to excessive climate attributable to local weather change. Guterres has lamented the shortage of consideration the world has given to local weather change, significantly from industrialised nations, “That is madness, that is collective suicide,” he stated after arriving in Pakistan on Friday. The impact of the torrential rain has been twofold – damaging flash floods in rivers within the mountainous north, and a gradual accumulation of water within the southern plains. The meteorological workplace stated Pakistan has obtained 5 occasions extra rain than regular in 2022. Padidan, a small city in Sindh province, has been drenched by greater than 1.8 metres (71 inches) because the monsoon started in June.

  • “Sheikh Hasina is the title of the courageous chief who holds her head excessive on this planet”

    “Sheikh Hasina is the title of the courageous chief who holds her head excessive on this planet”

    Social Welfare Minister Nuruzzaman Ahmed mentioned, ‘Folks’s chief Sheikh Hasina offered the as soon as unknown Bangladesh as a job mannequin of improvement to the world. He shocked the world. Sheikh Hasina is a courageous chief who stands tall on this planet. He mentioned these items whereas talking because the chief visitor on the opening ceremony of ‘Our Residence’ residence for the aged and kids in Jessore village on Saturday (September 10) afternoon. Talking as a particular visitor on the occasion, Swapan Bhattacharya, Minister of State for Native Authorities, Rural Improvement and Cooperatives, mentioned, ‘Professor Dr. is a really respectable individual. MA Rashid. He named his abode out of respect for the aged and kids, made our home for his or her welfare.’ Excited to be current in such an enormous occasion, the state minister mentioned, ‘poor folks can get schooling and work-oriented schooling together with meals and therapy in our home. It’s a matter of nice pleasure for us.’ The state minister promised to gentle the native roads with photo voltaic lamps round our homes. Within the speech of the particular visitor, Kazi Nabil Ahmed, Member of Parliament of Jessore-3 Constituency, mentioned, ‘Our home has been constructed at this time resulting from your efforts. In order that extra such dwellings could be made, you need to attempt. The present authorities has introduced radical adjustments within the nation’s financial system by way of the empowerment of ladies. Subsequently, no matter career we’re in, our accountability is to advance the event work. Professor Dr. as a part of that work. MA Rashid constructed our home in Natuapara.’ Referring to the assorted measures taken by the federal government within the corona epidemic, Member of Parliament Kazi Nabil Ahmed mentioned, ‘When the entire world is in disaster because of the corona epidemic, the chief Sheikh Hasina has decreased the struggling of the widespread folks by distributing meals and delivering cash to folks’s accounts by way of VGF. 70 p.c of the nation’s inhabitants has introduced adults beneath the corona vaccine. Referring to the struggling of the widespread folks because of the improve within the value of products within the nation because of the Russia-Ukraine warfare, MP Kazi Nabil Ahmed mentioned, ‘On the directions of the people-friendly Prime Minister, the operation of promoting rice at a low value within the open market has already began nationwide. This example shall be alleviated very quickly.’ He mentioned, ‘The current authorities has introduced radical adjustments within the nation’s financial system by way of the empowerment of ladies. Subsequently, no matter career we’re in, our accountability is to advance the event work. Professor Dr. as a part of that work. MA Rashid constructed our home in Natuapara.’ Deputy Commissioner of Jessore. Tamizul Islam Khan presided over the opening ceremony and spoke amongst others – Director Common of Division of Social Providers Dr. Abu Saleh Mostafa Kamal, Khulna Divisional Commissioner Zillur Rahman Chowdhury, District Police Superintendent Praloy Kumar Jowardar, Public Works Division Govt Engineer Ariful Islam, Social Providers Division Deputy Director Asim Kumar Saha and Professor Dr. MA Rashid et al. ‘Our house is dwelling’ About 20 km away from Jessore metropolis, an built-in senior and youngster residence named ‘Amhar Bari’ has been inbuilt Natuapara village of Sadar upazila. This initiative is the primary in Bangladesh. It has been constructed at a price of about 22 crores as a joint initiative of the Ministry of Social Welfare and GMSS Basis. The dreamer of our home is the chairman of GMSS Basis and the chief govt officer of Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital and Analysis Institute, heart specialist Professor Dr. MA Rashid mentioned, ‘It’s constructed on about two acres of land. 150 folks can reside within the four-storey constructing. Surrounding this compound are main faculties, excessive faculties, ladies’s madrasas and technical institutes. They will be taught there. For seniors there are alternatives for farming, gardening, poultry, cattle and goat farming and fish farming. There are every kind of amenities for train, main care. Even pathological exams together with ECG, X-ray, annual well being check-up and emergency therapy in two hospitals of town are offered in its personal ambulance. There’s a pc coaching system for everybody, younger and outdated. He mentioned, ‘About 70 folks have been databased to reside right here for the time being. 12 persons are staying. Lodging shall be organized for all after the inauguration. In keeping with the settlement with the federal government, 30% of the associated fee shall be saved free. 70 p.c shall be at truthful worth. As it’s a utterly non-profit social establishment, donors will get a possibility to take part in social contribution by offering monetary assist.’

  • Islamic State affiliate kills 30 civilians in Mali raid

    Islamic State affiliate kills 30 civilians in Mali raid

    Members of an Islamic State affiliate in Mali killed about 30 civilians in an assault this week on a city in a violence-plagued space bordering Burkina Faso and Niger, a coalition of pro-government militia stated late on Friday. Mali has confronted instability since 2012, when Islamists hijacked an ethnic Tuareg revolt within the north. Since then they’ve unfold throughout West Africa’s Sahal, killing 1000’s and displacing greater than 2 million individuals in Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger. The coalition, often known as the Platform, stated a number of hundred militants attacked its fighters and compelled them to retreat on Tuesday close to Talataye within the Gao area – lengthy a hotspot for jihadist and militia violence. In addition to attacking native residents, the militants looted outlets and burned meals shares, the Platform stated in an internet assertion, including that three of its fighters had additionally been killed. “Reinforcements dispatched by the Platform reached the city the place they found the bloodbath in addition to a whole lot of girls and kids who had been wandering the city with out meals for 2 days,” it stated. There was no instant declare of accountability for the alleged assault. Malian authorities didn’t reply to a request for remark. In March, the UN peacekeeping power in Mali expressed concern concerning the deteriorating safety state of affairs in the identical space of central Mali, decrying the deaths of a whole lot of civilians in a surge of assaults by the Islamic State affiliate. Supply: Reuters

  • High hopes for underdogs Sri Lanka in Asia Cup ultimate

    High hopes for underdogs Sri Lanka in Asia Cup ultimate

    Sri Lanka are poised for an unlikely Asia Cup victory over favourites Pakistan in Sunday’s ultimate after a giant-slaying streak by the event regardless of troubles at residence. The island nation needed to abandon plans to host the Twenty20 competitors because of political unrest and stumbled of their opener to Afghanistan by eight wickets, with practically 10 overs remaining. However the five-time champions bounced again to beat Bangladesh, Afghanistan and event favourites India, scuttling a hotly anticipated finals showdown between Rohit Sharma’s males and archrivals Pakistan. Friday’s closing Tremendous 4 match was a gown rehearsal for the Dubai ultimate — and Sri Lanka’s fourth straight victory, albeit with Pakistan lacking two of their key gamers. On Sunday they are going to rely upon the spin pairing of Wanindu Hasaranga and Maheesh Theekshana, who helped bowl out Pakistan for 121 on Friday in a cushty five-wicket win. Opener Pathum Nissanka led the batting cost with an unbeaten 55 in a scientific present, however skipper Dasun Shanaka warned his group of complacency. “The arrogance now we have is very large after 4 consecutive wins, however we nonetheless do not take Pakistan evenly within the ultimate,” Shanaka advised reporters. “We all know they’re an excellent aspect and sufficient good gamers of their aspect to return again sturdy and we needs to be prepared for that.” Sri Lanka fared properly of their latest residence collection of two Exams in opposition to Pakistan, performed in Galle in opposition to the backdrop of a punishing financial disaster and political unrest. Shanaka mentioned his aspect had been bombarded with “messages of affection and assist” and its Asia Cup success had introduced cheer again residence after depressing months of blackouts, gas shortages and protests. “So good that we’re successful and giving again one thing to them,” he mentioned. – Confidence and keenness – Pakistan are weathering their very own troubles at residence with monsoon floods which have inundated a 3rd of the nation. However the group have shone by the event, a curtain-raiser for subsequent month’s T20 World Cup in Australia, avenging a gap recreation loss to India and clinching a last-over thriller in opposition to Afghanistan. Quick bowler Naseem Shah and all-rounder Shadab Khan each missed Friday’s showdown, however will lengthen Sri Lanka’s odds once they return for the ultimate. Naseem, 19, has stored the sting on Pakistan’s bowling assault within the absence of tempo spearhead Shaheen Shah Afridi, who missed the event because of damage. He additionally hit two sixes in a dramatic one-wicket win over Afghanistan to seal India’s exit. Batting stays a trigger for concern, with skipper Babar Azam managing a event better of simply 30. Mohammad Rizwan is the one constant performer with 226 runs in 5 matches. However coach Saqlain Mushtaq mentioned he had full religion in his aspect to ship regardless of Azam’s “unfortunate” run. “The newest match we gained in opposition to India, we chased and batted properly,” he mentioned. “Issues are shifting in the best route and we’re assured.” Pakistan’s newest loss to Sri Lanka might need stalled their momentum, however Saqlain mentioned the group will heed the teachings of Friday’s match-up. “I’ll speak about errors within the dressing room, however Sri Lanka will take confidence into the ultimate and Pakistan some learnings and keenness,” Saqlain mentioned. Supply: BSS/AFP

  • Leaders and activists at A.League workplace to current to Sheikh Hasina the proof of the corruption of Jai-Lehka

    Leaders and activists at A.League workplace to current to Sheikh Hasina the proof of the corruption of Jai-Lehka

    Leaders and activists at A.League workplace to current to Sheikh Hasina the proof of the corruption of Jai-Lehka the duvet Lead Information 3 Leaders and activists at A.League workplace to current to Sheikh Hasina the proof of the corruption of Jai-Lehka

  • Although Sheikh Hasina has developed in every single place in Cox’s Bazar, the advantages are being disrupted within the get together grouping – Whip Swapan

    Although Sheikh Hasina has developed in every single place in Cox’s Bazar, the advantages are being disrupted within the get together grouping – Whip Swapan

    Although Sheikh Hasina has developed in every single place in Cox’s Bazar, the advantages are being disrupted within the get together grouping – Whip Swapan the duvet Lead Information 5 Although Sheikh Hasina has developed in every single place in Cox’s Bazar, the advantages are being disrupted within the get together grouping – Whip Swapan

  • Highest gold worth breaking all earlier information

    Highest gold worth breaking all earlier information

    The worth of gold within the nation’s market has been elevated once more. This worth has been elevated in view of the rise within the worth of acid gold (ripe gold) within the native market. Gold has by no means been so costly within the nation’s market earlier than. The worth of the very best quality gold has been elevated by Tk 1,283. On this, the worth of fine high quality gold has elevated to 84 thousand 564 taka. Bangladesh Jewelers Affiliation (BAJUS) mentioned that this new worth of gold will likely be applied from tomorrow Sunday. The worth of all varieties of gold has been elevated. Based on the usual, the worth of gold has been elevated from Tk 1,500 to Tk 1,283. Nevertheless, silver costs didn’t come unchanged. The Standing Committee on Pricing and Worth Monitoring of Bajus met on Saturday (September 10) and determined to extend the worth. Later, the choice to extend the worth was introduced in a round signed by Enamul Haque Bhuiyan Liton, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee on Worth Dedication and Worth Monitoring. Based on the notification, the worth of acidic gold has elevated within the native market. Due to this fact, contemplating the general state of affairs, Bangladesh Jewelery Affiliation has fastened the brand new worth of gold, which will likely be efficient from September 11. Earlier, the worth of gold was elevated on August 22. Earlier, on August 18, gold costs had been decreased barely. However earlier than that, gold costs had been hiked on August 4 and seven and July 27 and 29. Other than good high quality gold, the worth of all varieties of gold has been elevated. Based on the usual, the worth of gold has been elevated from Tk 1,500 to Tk 1,283. Nevertheless, silver costs didn’t come unchanged. The Standing Committee on Pricing and Worth Monitoring of Bajus met on Saturday and determined to extend the worth. Later, the choice to extend the worth was introduced in a round signed by Enamul Haque Bhuiyan Liton, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee on Worth Dedication and Worth Monitoring. Based on the notification, the worth of acidic gold has elevated within the native market. Due to this fact, contemplating the general state of affairs, Bangladesh Jewelery Affiliation has fastened the brand new worth of gold, which will likely be efficient from September 11. Earlier, the worth of gold was elevated on August 22. Earlier, on August 18, gold costs had been decreased barely. However earlier than that, gold costs had been hiked on August 4 and seven and July 27 and 29. Bangladesh Journal/MS

  • Actress Hasin anticipating her second youngster

    Actress Hasin anticipating her second youngster

    Mannequin and actress Hasin Roushan has revealed that she and her husband Maruful Islam expect their second youngster. She made the announcement in a put up on her verified Fb web page on Saturday. Within the put up, she additionally shared some footage of her child bump. She wrote, “It’s a completely different feeling to grow to be a mom, no matter it’s for the primary, second time or quite a few occasions. Alhamdulillah. I couldn’t sense how eight months handed. Only some extra days to attend.” Earlier on December 3, 2017, the actress and her husband welcomed their first youngster named Uzayer Maeen. MI/SU

  • US Supreme Court permits Jewish college to disclaim LGBTQ group | News

    US Supreme Court permits Jewish college to disclaim LGBTQ group | News

    Yeshiva College turned to the highest court docket for an pressing ruling after a state choose stated it ought to register Satisfaction Alliance as a pupil affiliation. The US Supreme Court has granted short-term permission for an Orthodox Jewish college in New York to disclaim official recognition to an LGBTQ pupil group. Yeshiva College turned to the court docket for an pressing ruling after a New York state choose stated the college needed to let the Satisfaction Alliance register as a pupil affiliation, which might give it entry to sure amenities and companies. “As a deeply spiritual Jewish college, Yeshiva can not adjust to that order as a result of doing so would violate its honest spiritual beliefs about tips on how to type its undergraduate college students in Torah values,” the college said in its enchantment. The college, nevertheless, presents many lessons on topics apart from faith and has non-Jews amongst its pupil physique, the Satisfaction Alliance argued in response. “It could not deny sure college students entry to the non-religious sources it presents your complete pupil group on the premise of sexual orientation,” the alliance stated. On Friday, the Supreme Court, which has a 6-3 conservative majority, granted an emergency request by the college, suspending the state choose’s choice pending additional deliberation. As is commonly the case in emergency rulings, the court docket didn’t give the reasoning behind its choice or a breakdown of the vote on it. Non secular rights Yeshiva College was based greater than 100 years in the past to advertise the research of Judaism and has a pupil physique of about 5,000. But it surely additionally offers levels in quite a lot of non-religious areas similar to biology or accounting. In 2018, a gaggle of LGBTQ college students fashioned YU Satisfaction Alliance and sought formal recognition as a pupil affiliation so they may organise lectures and maintain conferences, amongst different actions. The conflict is a part of a broader debate in the USA on hanging a steadiness between spiritual rights and the ideas of non-discrimination. The Supreme Court, which turned sharply to the precise beneath the presidency of Donald Trump, has in current months issued a number of rulings in favour of non secular rights.

  • The police commissioner known as and helped the girl’s request on Facebook

    The police commissioner known as and helped the girl’s request on Facebook

    A mom has commented on Chittagong Metropolitan Police’s Facebook web page requesting assist for her three daughters’ research. He wrote in it, ‘folks have to achieve out to pay for the schooling of three ladies’. That utility got here to the discover of Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP) Commissioner Krishna Pad Roy. Instantly he requested to search out that household. On Saturday (September 10) at 12 midday, the CMP Commissioner handed over one yr’s academic supplies and money help for one yr’s academic bills to them at his workplace. The voluntary group Vidyananda Basis helps on this exercise. Chittagong Metropolitan Police ADC (Public Relations) Arafatul Islam confirmed this data. On September 7, CMP and Vidyananda Basis launched an progressive shopping center known as ‘Ek Takaye Kenner Ananda’ for the unemployed and low-income folks of town. Available in the market the place you should buy garments for 1 taka and every day important grocery objects for 10 taka. Furthermore, a cellular supershop of CMP and Vidyananda is roaming in numerous slums of town searching for market prospects for one taka.

  • “Soybean oil worth will lower in two months”

    “Soybean oil worth will lower in two months”

    Personal reporter Enterprise Printed by: 04:07 PM, 10 September 2022 Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi mentioned, ‘The worth of soybean oil has decreased on the planet market. However we aren’t capable of make the most of that benefit because of the improve in greenback worth within the nation. The worth of oil is being adjusted to the value of the greenback. By doing this, we count on to cut back the value of soybean oil by yet one more step inside two months. He mentioned this stuff whereas speaking to reporters at his residence on Central Street in Rangpur Nagar at 11 o’clock at this time Saturday. Stating that the Prime Minister’s go to to India has been fruitful, the Commerce Minister mentioned that Indian businessmen are interested by making massive investments in Bangladesh. They straight spoke to the Prime Minister and made numerous calls for for funding. The Prime Minister heard these calls for. They’re interested by investing in power, transport and agro processing actions in Bangladesh. Other than this, Adani Group desires to take a position 44,500 crore rupees. Tipu Munshi mentioned that the Prime Minister of India expressed the hope to get nearer to Bangladesh in numerous actions together with commerce and mentioned that Bangladesh is without doubt one of the fundamental companions of India. Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi had earlier arrived at his residence on Central Street in Rangpur Nagar straight from Syedpur Airport. Right now the leaders and employees of the social gathering congratulated him with flowers. He’s scheduled to attend the prolonged assembly of the district Awami League on the district Shilpakala Academy auditorium within the afternoon. It’s identified from native Awami League sources that he’ll take part in numerous packages tomorrow until Sunday. Enterprise Bangladesh/BH

  • The Interpa Conference begins on September 12

    The Interpa Conference begins on September 12

    The eleventh annual convention of the Worldwide Affiliation of Police Academies (INTERPA), a world group of police coaching establishments in numerous international locations of the world, is beginning on September 12 in Dhaka. Rector (Further IGP) Khandkar Golam Farooq stated this in a press convention organized by Police Employees School Bangladesh in Mirpur of the capital on Saturday. He stated that the three-day convention will begin from September 12 to 14 at Sonargaon within the capital on the event of digitalization of policing. 127 representatives of 44 international locations of the world together with Bangladesh will take part within the convention. Bangladesh and representatives of various international locations will current 13 tel soti papers within the convention. Rector stated that Interpa, the group of 76 coaching institutes of 59 international locations, will decide the work plan for the subsequent three years by this convention. On the morning of September 12, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will announce the opening of the Interpa convention by connecting nearly from Ganobhaban. On the second day, the representatives of varied international locations taking part within the convention pays tribute to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman by putting wreaths at his tomb in Tungipara, Gopalganj. They will go to the Bangladesh Police Liberation Struggle Museum at Rajarbagh. IGP Dr. on the closing ceremony of the convention. Benazir Ahmed shall be current because the chief visitor. Further IGP Khandkar Ghulam Farooq stated, we’ll get to know concerning the policing system of various international locations on account of this convention. Such conferences present alternatives for police personnel to develop into more adept in coaching, which can assist in enhancing the capability of police personnel. In response to a query from journalists, Khandkar Golam Farooq stated that within the present context, the digitalization and cyber safety capabilities of Bangladesh Police have elevated greater than earlier than. He stated that the picture of the nation will shine by this convention. We will inform the heads of the taking part establishments concerning the capabilities of Bangladesh and our police. We will get an thought concerning the policing system of various international locations, find out about their place. Additionally Learn: Interpa convention to be held in Bangladesh Bangladesh Journal/Sujan/MM

  • Pregnant girl’s stress can hyperlink to destructive feelings in infants: Study

    Pregnant girl’s stress can hyperlink to destructive feelings in infants: Study

    A examine has discovered that pregnant girl who had larger fluctuations in had infants with extra concern, disappointment and misery. The examine was printed within the journal, ‘Infancy’. Prior analysis has discovered that moms’ misery throughout being pregnant has been associated to toddler temperament and habits, however this is among the first research to measure moms’ expertise of stress in actual time on many events, which allows a better have a look at whether or not modifications in moms’ stress throughout being pregnant matter for toddler growth. “Analysis typically examines stress as a static, unchanging assemble — one that’s both excessive or low, current or absent — however most of us have plenty of ebbs and flows in our stress relying on what’s going on round us,” stated lead examine creator Leigha MacNeill, analysis assistant professor of medical social sciences at Northwestern College Feinberg College of Medication and a member of the Northwestern Institute for Improvements in Developmental Sciences (DevSci). “That variability is inherent in our every day lives, so this lability is capturing an essential facet of stress and presents perception into measure stress going ahead. That is of specific significance as we work to intently seize the maternal-fetal setting because it pertains to how infants develop over time.” For example, one mom who has constant ranges of stress over being pregnant and one other mom who strikes between very low and really excessive ranges of stress over being pregnant might in the long run have the same common stage of stress throughout that point, however that common might not finest seize significant variations in what the fetus is uncovered to, MacNeill defined. “There could also be one thing about that gestational expertise, when a mom strikes between extremes, that shapes the kid’s disposition towards destructive feelings,” MacNeill stated. “That form of stress sample might replicate instability in every day life experiences, unpredictable exterior stressors or instability in how a mom perceives her lived experiences, which can have essential implications for youngsters’s emotional growth.” Having a greater understanding of the character of stress throughout being pregnant might inform prevention efforts, akin to serving to people attain a constant stage of calm earlier than or on the onset of being pregnant, particularly within the context of uncontrollable life occasions, MacNeill stated. Since most anticipating mother and father obtain some type of prenatal care, she stated stress measures, and ideally administration, may very well be folded into these visits. ‘Stress was unrelated to the timing of the pandemic’ The scientists did not got down to conduct a examine on prenatal stress throughout a pandemic. They encountered this “pure experiment” as a result of some contributors accomplished their assessments earlier than the pandemic started; some earlier than and through the pandemic; and a few fully through the pandemic, MacNeill stated. “We requested about basic stress — not pandemic-related stress,” MacNeill stated. “However we took benefit of the incidence of the pandemic through the course of the examine to see if we might detect its affect on moms’ experiences. “We discovered that moms’ stress patterns had been unrelated to the timing of the pandemic. Moms reported comparable ranges of stress no matter whether or not their stress measurements occurred earlier than or through the pandemic.” How they measured prenatal stress, toddler temperament The examine authors measured pregnant people’ stress as much as 4 completely different instances per day for 14 weeks utilizing questions despatched to contributors’ telephones. They recognized three sorts of stress: stress on the first evaluation (baseline), common or typical ranges of stress throughout the 14-week interval, and the quantity an individual modified of their stress from one time to the subsequent throughout the 14-week interval (legal responsibility). The authors measured infants’ destructive feelings by way of a temperament questionnaire given to moms when their infants had been three months previous. Moms answered questions on their kid’s disappointment, misery to limitations and fearfulness (e.g., how a lot they clung to their guardian when launched to an unfamiliar grownup). This shaped an total destructive have an effect on common rating. Studying fluctuations in stress throughout being pregnant in relation to toddler growth is a comparatively new thought, and the examine authors stated there may be not but a transparent understanding of how stress and the gestational setting affect the creating fetus. Extra analysis in bigger, extra numerous samples is required to search out out if these patterns maintain true for households from completely different contexts and with various kinds of helps, MacNeill stated. “It is a actually early index (three months), so we might wish to see how constant their destructive have an effect on ranges are within the first yr of life,” MacNeill stated. “Mother and father are those who can soothe their infants and be actually conscious of their wants, and as infants develop, there are issues mother and father can do to assist the kid navigate conditions and be taught to control and deal with their destructive feelings.” “This examine illustrates that hyperlinks between guardian and youngster are based mostly on genes in addition to experiences, even earlier than start,” stated Dr. Matthew Davis, chair of the division of pediatrics at Feinberg and the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Kids’s Hospital of Chicago, who was indirectly concerned with the examine. “Probably the most essential approaches to having a much less distressed youngster is to help expectant mother and father and decrease their stress throughout being pregnant. That may be completed by scientific care, social helps and insurance policies which are family- and pregnancy-friendly.” Supply: ANI

  • Five useless after New Zealand boat in suspected affect with whale | News

    Five useless after New Zealand boat in suspected affect with whale | News

    Kaikoura’s mayor stated that accident possible the results of a whale that surfaced beneath the boat and brought on it to overturn. Five individuals are reported to have died after a ship in New Zealand capsized, reportedly after a collision with a whale, native media reported. New Zealand’s public broadcaster RNZ (Radio New Zealand) reported on Saturday that the boat capsized off Goose Bay close to the South Island city of Kaikoura. Eleven folks had been on board the vessel when it overturned and 5 our bodies had been later recovered by emergency providers staff, RNZ reported, citing native police. Six folks had been rescued. “Police stated the boat overturned after a ‘collision’, however couldn’t verify what it collided with,” the broadcaster reported. #LATEST Five individuals are confirmed useless after a ship with 11 folks on board capsized off Goose Bay in Kaikōura, the native mayor has confirmed. — RNZ (@radionz) September 10, 2022 Kaikoura’s Mayor Craig Mackle instructed The Related Press information company that the ocean was calm on the time of the accident and the belief was {that a} whale had surfaced from beneath the boat and flipped it. Mackle stated there have been sperm whales within the space and likewise some humpback whales travelling via on the time. The boat that capsized had been chartered by a bunch of girls. Kaikoura is a well-liked whale-watching vacation spot. The seafloor drops away precipitously from the coast, making for deep waters near the shore. Quite a few companies within the space supply boat journeys or helicopter rides so vacationers can see whales, dolphins and different sea creatures up shut. Police stated in an announcement they had been responding to an incident during which a ship had reportedly capsized and so they had closed off a ship ramp from public use. They didn’t instantly present additional particulars. RNZ stated {that a} Maritime New Zealand inspector is travelling to the city to take part within the investigation.

  • The Chinese Communist Party will amend the structure

    The Chinese Communist Party will amend the structure

    The ruling Communist Party of China will amend the social gathering structure. This initiative will likely be taken on the social gathering congress to be held subsequent October. This information was reported by the UK-based information company Reuters in a report quoting the nation’s state information company Xinhua. In response to the report, the social gathering structure will likely be amended in the course of the management reshuffle of the ruling social gathering subsequent month after 5 years. Some analysts say the brand new initiative might additional consolidate President Xi Jinping’s authority and standing within the social gathering. A draft modification to the social gathering structure was mentioned at a gathering chaired by Xi Jinping, with out specifying the Politburo adjustments, Xinhua reported on Friday. It seems that the Congress, which is able to start on October 16, will prolong the time period of President Xi Jinping for one more 5 years within the third time period. By way of this, Xi Jinping will get the chance to consolidate his place as probably the most highly effective chief of China after Mao Zedong.

  • Today’s recreation on TV

    Today’s recreation on TV

    Today’s recreation on TV As we speak is Saturday, 10 September 2022, 26 Bhadra 1429 Bangabd. Like day by day many sports activities might be telecasted on the tv display screen at this time. Let’s check out which TV channels will telecast which recreation. sport sports activities desk 2022-09-10 As we speak is Saturday, 10 September 2022, 26 Bhadra 1429 Bangabd. Like day by day many sports activities might be telecasted on the tv display screen at this time. Let’s check out which TV channels will telecast which recreation. cricket England-South Africa Oval Check, Day 2 Stay: 4pm Sony Six Caribbean Premier League Jamaica-Trinabago Stay: 8pm Star Sports activities 2 soccer German Bundesliga Bayern Munich-Stuttgart Stay: 7.30pm Sony Ten 1 Leipzig-Dortmund Stay: 7.30pm Sony Stay tennis US Open Ladies’s Singles Ultimate Schwantek-Jaber Stay: 2pm Sony Ten 2 Bangladesh Journal/Raju © Bangladesh Journal (perform(i,s,o,g,r,a,m)perform(),i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) )(window,doc,’script’,’’,’ga’); ga(‘create’, ‘UA-103843996-1’, ‘auto’); ga(‘ship’, ‘pageview’); (perform(i,s,o,g,r,a,m)perform(),i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) )(window,doc,’script’,’’,’ga’); ga(‘create’, ‘UA-115090629-1’, ‘auto’); ga(‘ship’, ‘pageview’); _atrk_opts = { atrk_acct:’lHnTq1NErb205V’, area:’’,dynamic: true}; (perform() { var as = doc.createElement(‘script’); as.kind=”textual content/javascript”; as.async = true; as.src=””; var s = doc.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(as, s); })();

  • ‘Too a lot’: Refugees rally for everlasting visas in Australia | Refugees News

    ‘Too a lot’: Refugees rally for everlasting visas in Australia | Refugees News

    Canberra, Australia – Refugees in Australia are stepping up strain on the three-month-old authorities of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to ship on a promise to provide them everlasting safety visas that will enable them to work and examine and stay extra regular lives. Greater than 1,000 refugees, advocates and activists converged on Parliament Home on Tuesday to press their case. “We’re right here as a result of we wish motion, we wish change. We wish to be acknowledged inside this group,” mentioned Mostafa Faraji, a speaker on the rally in Canberra. For the time being, there are 31,000 refugees dwelling in Australia on varied non permanent visas that put limits on their lives – whether or not it’s for work, examine or household relationships. Within the run-up to Might’s election, Albanese’s Labor social gathering promised to abolish a number of the non permanent visas and supply everlasting safety of their place. Through the protest, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Companies and Multicultural Affairs of Australia Andrew Giles, posted an announcement on social media reiterating the promise and saying it will be fulfilled “as quickly as attainable”. Non permanent safety visa holders deserve stability and assurance for his or her futures – to develop their companies, purchase homes, examine and achieve safe employment – a lot of them in regional areas. — Andrew Giles MP (@andrewjgiles) September 6, 2022 There are three forms of non permanent visas for refugees in Australia: Non permanent Safety Visas (TPVs), Secure Haven Enterprise Visas (SHEVs) and bridging visas. The federal government has promised to abolish TPVs and SHEVs. These non permanent visas are given to refugees who arrive with out legitimate safety visas, usually coming by boat. When the holder’s non permanent visa expires, their safety declare is reassessed and their visa has a chance of being prolonged. A SHEV holder may apply for a everlasting visa, “however in the entire historical past of SHEVs solely two have met the strict language [requirements] and been eligible,” Ian Rintoul, a political activist and spokesman for the Refugee Motion Coalition, instructed Al Jazeera. Somebody with a TPV can not apply for a everlasting visa in any respect. The visas additionally put constraints on individuals’s potential to work and examine. Whereas TPVs and SHEVs enable the holder to do each – and to pay tax –  visa holders typically discover higher-paid jobs are out of attain. Folks on TPVs or SHEVs are usually restricted to learning as worldwide college students, which suggests they need to pay exorbitant charges, mentioned Faraji, who’s learning for levels in regulation and nursing. To pay for his research, and “to outlive”, he has needed to get any job he can, from driving Uber to working as a safety guard. Lots of these dwelling in Australia on non permanent visas now see themselves as Australian [Zoe Osborne/Al Jazeera] The truth is, that many employers don’t settle for non permanent visas, he mentioned. “They both ask for pupil visa, they both ask for everlasting safety or citizen visa, or work expert visa,” mentioned Faraji. “So, subsequently, your job alternatives … it’s restricted.” One refugee on the protest, who requested to stay nameless for his household’s security, has two grasp’s levels from his house nation, one in political science and the opposite in philosophy. His spouse additionally has a postgraduate qualification however they’ve been compelled to work in fundamental, low-paying jobs as a result of that was all they may discover. He recounted years of menial work, from farms to kitchens. “I keep in mind 4 or 5 months I labored for any individual however they didn’t pay [me]and I obtained the bottom fee 7 or 8 Australian {dollars} ($5 – $5.50) per hour in that tough job,” he mentioned. “We used to work in farms, choosing and packing, and it was too laborious in muddy space[s] with that fee and no insurance coverage, nothing, if one thing occurred to us.” Folks on non permanent visas even have restricted entry to state advantages, generally known as Centrelink, and state-funded medical care (Medicare), if they’ve entry in any respect. “Folks on TPVs and SHEVs have entry to Medicare and Centrelink … [but] they don’t seem to be eligible for the pharmaceutical advantages scheme,” Rintoul mentioned. “Folks on bridging visas … can not entry Centrelink. If they’ve the best to work (some bridging visas don’t enable employment) they’ll often entry Medicare, however not at all times.” One other protester, a refugee who lives with schizophrenia, mentioned he isn’t capable of entry treatment as a result of his Medicare cowl is for emergencies solely so doesn’t embody the treatment he wants. “I’ve a everlasting well being concern which isn’t one thing I can do something about apart from taking my treatment,” he mentioned. “Typically I really feel like I’m being handled like an animal.” Ache of separation Then there’s the ache of separation from the shut household they can not carry to Australia. Alex, a Hazara refugee from Afghanistan, drove 14 hours from Brisbane to be on the protest. Non permanent visas are often issued to those that arrive by boat. When the non permanent visa expires, their safety declare is reassessed and the visa may probably be prolonged [Zoe Osborne/Al Jazeera] Utilizing a nickname for the protection of his household, he instructed Al Jazeera the non permanent visa coverage had “destroyed” his life. “I used to be working laborious to save cash to assist [my family] in an excellent situation,” he mentioned, “however as a result of [of] the separation for 10 years, they slowly, slowly, step-by-step, they lose their feeling about me.” Alex and his household fled Afghanistan to a neighbouring nation roughly 25 years in the past when the Taliban gave them three decisions: convert to Sunni Islam, get in a foreign country, or let the Taliban “select for you”. “I [tried] some ways to discover a authorized option to got here to Australia … with my household collectively,” he mentioned. “However sadly, all of the…

  • The our bodies of two brothers had been mendacity across the fish

    The our bodies of two brothers had been mendacity across the fish

    Two brothers had been killed by lightning in Dumuria, Khulna. Their our bodies had been recovered from the fish enclosure in Senpara village on Friday (September 9) evening. The two deceased are Malangi’s son Nazmul Malangi (30) and Enamul Malangi (25) of Malangi’s home in Senpara village. Sharafpur Union Parishad Chairman Sheikh Rabiul Islam Rabi confirmed the loss of life because of lightning. He stated, within the afternoon, Nazmul and Enamul went to fish enclosure. When they didn’t return dwelling at evening, the family went out to search for them. Later, their our bodies had been discovered mendacity on the aspect of the fence. There had been indicators of lightning strikes on their our bodies. They are believed to have died after being struck by lightning in the course of the afternoon rain.

  • Russian assault in Syria: At least 120 killed

    Russian assault in Syria: At least 120 killed

    Final Thursday, Russia launched airstrikes focusing on the positions of the Syrian militant group Nusra Entrance. At least 120 folks have been killed. The nation’s state information company SANA gave this data. SANA stated the Nusra Entrance was supported by al-Qaeda in northwestern Syria. Citing Russian army sources in Syria, SANA reported that airstrikes focused Nusra Entrance’s coaching heart in Sheikh Yusuf space of ​​Idlib province. A UK-based conflict monitoring group has additionally confirmed the Russian airstrikes in Idlib. The company stated, along with 14 assaults from warplanes final Thursday, missiles have been additionally fired at Nusra Entrance positions. Bangladesh Journal/Monir

  • Why was the Queen in Scotland, what impact would her loss of life have there?

    Why was the Queen in Scotland, what impact would her loss of life have there?

    Britain’s longest-reigning Queen Elizabeth II spent most of her summers at Balmoral, Scotland. Her property in Aberdeenshire within the north of Scotland was a favourite of the Queen. The property was bought by the British royal household in 1852 throughout the reign of Queen Victoria. The British media say that the queen used to spend so much of time on this palace. Clive Irving, writer of ‘The Final Queen’, a biography of Queen Elizabeth II, informed Time journal that he believes the Queen could have wished to dwell in Scotland for the remainder of her life. He additionally stated that the queen most well-liked to name the Balmoral Palace her dwelling greater than Windsor Fortress or Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth spends a variety of time along with her husband Prince Philip on a 50,000-acre property in Aberdeenshire. Right here he used to arrange joyous occasions. Members of the royal household additionally used to attend these occasions. Prince Philip additionally spent the previous couple of years of his life at Balmoral. They celebrated their 73rd wedding ceremony anniversary right here in 2020. Balmoral Palace initially belonged to Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert. Later the royal household enlarged the property by shopping for extra properties subsequent to it. In 1856 the outdated one was demolished to construct a brand new palace. On August 31, 1997, the day Princess Diana died in an accident, members of the royal household acquired the information whereas sitting at Balmoral Palace. Because the starting of this yr, royal officers have enormously decreased the queen’s participation in excursions and official affairs. They have been doing this maintaining in thoughts the bodily weak spot of the queen. Nevertheless, final Tuesday he met Liz Truss, who was appointed because the British Prime Minister, at Balmoral Palace, breaking the protocol. He has met all earlier prime ministers within the 70-year reign at Buckingham Palace. Solely this time there was an exception. The Queen seemed a bit drained and frail within the photograph of her assembly with Liz Truss. Since then, the media began attempting to get details about the queen’s well being. ‘London Bridge down’ from ‘Operation Unicorn’ After the Rani’s loss of life, the entire matter together with informing everybody, funeral rites, mourning was deliberate prematurely. This is named ‘Operation London Bridge’. However particularly in Scotland, plans have been made for the way the funeral and different rituals could be carried out when the Queen died and the method was named ‘Operation Unicorn’. The unicorn is a fictional animal, which is the nationwide image of Scotland. The nationwide image of the UK is the lion, in addition to Scotland’s use of the unicorn image. Naturally, after the Queen’s loss of life at Balmoral, Operation London Bridge modified to Operation Unicorn. In keeping with The Herald newspaper, in 2017, the phrase ‘Operation Unicorn’ appeared for the primary time within the papers of the Parliament of Edinburgh. The identify was used to cope with the massive crowd that will be created if the queen died at Balmoral. In keeping with the British media, the funeral course of was considerably difficult because of the Queen’s loss of life in Scotland. The Queen’s physique is to be taken from Balmoral to Holyrood Home. Holyrood Home is the Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. From there the physique might be taken in procession on the Royal Mile to St Giles Cathedral for the funeral. The Queen’s physique will then be taken to London by a Royal Practice from Edinburgh’s Waverley Station. Nearly each place is predicted to have crowds of individuals coming to pay their respects and love. The Guardian experiences that there might be a locomotive prepare behind the royal prepare to gather flowers and different gadgets introduced or thrown to the Queen. If prepare journey just isn’t attainable, the coffin might be taken to London by air. The remainder of the ceremony might be held at Buckingham Palace later. His funeral might be held at Westminster Abbey 10 days after his loss of life. He’ll finally be buried within the grounds of Windsor Fortress. Scotland’s relationship with England will change? Though Scotland is a part of the UK, it’s truly ruled by a special system. The difficulty of independence of Scotland from England can also be mentioned. Legally, Scotland is much less carefully associated to the British royal household. Citing the opinions of political analysts and varied polls, the British media says that the gap between the 2 international locations could also be created after the loss of life of the queen. The loss of life of Queen Elizabeth II on Scottish soil has actually shaken the feelings of the Scottish individuals. They really feel that she has fulfilled her function as queen. Nevertheless, with the loss of life of the queen, they need the top of British rule in Scotland. As well-liked as Queen Elizabeth is personally, her son Charles just isn’t. In the meantime, the Scottish Nationwide Social gathering (SNP) is in energy in Scotland. They’ve lengthy been shaping public opinion to demand an unbiased sovereign Scotland. SNP chief Nicola Sturgeon has stated {that a} referendum on independence from Britain needs to be held in 2024. However Liz Truss has indicated she’s going to battle the referendum with all her may.

  • US imposes new sanctions on Iran over Albanian cyberattack | Politics News

    US imposes new sanctions on Iran over Albanian cyberattack | Politics News

    US sanctions on Iran’s intelligence ministry come after Albania blamed Iran for the July incident, which Tehran has denied. Washington, DC – The Biden administration has imposed new sanctions on Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Safety over what it known as “malign cyber actions” as the 2 nations wrestle to discover a means again into the 2015 nuclear deal. The USA Treasury Division mentioned on Friday that the sanctions have been in response to a July cyberattack that disrupted authorities web sites in Albania, which Washington and Tirana blamed on Tehran. “Iran’s cyber assault in opposition to Albania disregards norms of accountable peacetime State habits in our on-line world, which features a norm on refraining from damaging important infrastructure that gives providers to the general public,” Treasury official Brian Nelson mentioned in an announcement. “We is not going to tolerate Iran’s more and more aggressive cyber actions concentrating on the USA or our allies and companions.” The July cyberattack has sparked a diplomatic disaster between Albania and Iran, which has rejected the allegations it was answerable for the incident as “baseless”. Albania, a NATO member, hosts the Iranian opposition group Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK), which Iran views as a “terrorist” organisation that seeks to forcibly overthrow the federal government in Tehran. Friday’s sanctions, which additionally focused Intelligence Minister Esmail Khatib, come a day after Washington imposed penalties on a number of Iranian corporations, accusing them of being concerned within the manufacturing and switch of drones to Russia for the struggle in Ukraine. “The USA is dedicated to strictly imposing our sanctions in opposition to each Russia and Iran and holding accountable Iran and people supporting Russia’s struggle of aggression in opposition to Ukraine,” Nelson mentioned on Thursday. The sanctions will freeze the property of the focused people and entities within the US and make it unlawful for Americans to do enterprise with them. Iran’s mission to the United Nations didn’t instantly reply to Al Jazeera’s request for touch upon Friday. The US authorities has been piling sanctions on Iran since then-President Donald Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal in 2018. The multilateral pact, formally generally known as the Joint Complete Plan of Motion (JCPOA), had seen Iran cut back its nuclear programme in change for a lifting of worldwide sanctions in opposition to its economic system. The restoration of the settlement appeared imminent final month after the European Union submitted a draft deal dubbed a “remaining textual content“. However after Tehran and Washington exchanged feedback on the proposal, US officers rejected the newest Iranian response earlier this month as “not constructive”. In flip, Iran pressured that its reply was cheap and “clear”. The buying and selling of blame between the 2 sides has dispelled any optimism that the JCPOA might be restored earlier than the US midterm elections in November. On Friday, the US State Division, which is main the oblique nuclear talks with Iran, welcomed the sanctions in opposition to Tehran’s Intelligence Ministry, saying Washington will “use all acceptable instruments to counter cyberattacks” in opposition to the US and its allies.

  • Officially divorced, Honey Singh gave Rs 1 crore to spouse Shalini

    Officially divorced, Honey Singh gave Rs 1 crore to spouse Shalini

    Officially divorced, Honey Singh gave Rs 1 crore to spouse Shalini the quilt Lead Information 5 Officially divorced, Honey Singh gave Rs 1 crore to spouse Shalini

  • Warranted accused arrested in Khagrachari

    Warranted accused arrested in Khagrachari

    Jasim Uddin Zainal, consultant of the hill area Enterprise Revealed by: 09:46 PM, 9 September 2022 On the idea of secret data, the accused Md. Shamchul Haque, (32) was arrested by the Sadar police station on the idea of secret data from the residence of the accused underneath Kamalchhari Union Parishad underneath Khagrachhari Sadar police station. On Thursday (September 8, 2022) round 11:15 PM, Khagrachari Sadar police station Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Md. Sohel carried out a particular raid in Bhuachhari space of ​​Kamalchari Union underneath Khagrachari police station and from contained in the residence of the accused, CR-Case No. 287/22 was included within the warrant. Accused Md. Shamchul Haque (32) was arrested. Arrested warrant accused Md. Shamchul Haque, (32) son of Md. Ali Hossain of Bhuachari space of ​​Kamalchhari union. Officer-in-charge (OC) of Khagrachari Sadar police station Md. Arifur Rahman stated that the accused underneath the warrant has been handed over to the courtroom.Enterprise Bangladesh/BH

  • Bullets fired from Myanmar into Bangladesh

    Bullets fired from Myanmar into Bangladesh

    Personal reporter Enterprise Revealed by: 09:44 PM, 9 September 2022 The bullets fired from Myanmar have arrived inside Bangladesh at Ghumdhum-Tumbru border of Naikxyongchari upazila of Bandarban district. As of scripting this report (Friday, 8 p.m.), shelling continues to be happening in Myanmar. Shelling has been happening within the border areas of the nation for a number of days. On Friday (September 9) afternoon, the firing passed off in bordering Myanmar territory. The bullets fired from there have reached Tumbru space. It’s reported that there have been no casualties. Confirming the reality of the incident, Naikxyongchari Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Salma Ferdous mentioned, ‘Native folks have reported that bullets fired from Myanmar have landed in Konapara on the Tumbru border. Nonetheless, there have been no casualties. Gunshots are heard throughout the border. The shelling was stopped for under two days in between. Since then there was shelling. We’re monitoring the border.’ fifth Ward Member of Ghumdhum Union. Anwar Hossain mentioned that the firing began from 3:30 pm right this moment. Later within the night, locals reported {that a} small arms hearth was heard in Ward No. 3 Tambru Ghonarpara space. Nonetheless, no casualty was reported. Residents of Tumbru border. Kamal mentioned, ‘The firing is happening on the border since afternoon. Gunshots are nonetheless heard. Individuals are afraid as a result of it’s night time. I heard that one other bullet from Myanmar has landed right here right this moment. Fighter planes have been additionally seen within the sky.’ Folks dwelling on the border say that from the afternoon, instantly, there’s a rain of gunfire on the Myanmar border in the midst of Tumbru border in Naikshyongchari. Immediately is getting extra phrases than different days. Gunfire was heard until 8 pm. There was additionally an incident of firing from Myanmar in Tumbru Konarpara. The border individuals are additionally in concern. Superintendent of Police (SP) Tariqul Islam Tariq of Bandarban mentioned that the matter is being investigated. In the meantime, greater than 4,000 Rohingyas have been dwelling on the zero line of the border for 5 years. Along with firing mortar shells within the border areas for a number of days, warplanes are additionally firing within the border air. Rohingyas dwelling in noman’s land reside in concern. On this regard, the chief of the Rohingya camp in Noman’s Land, Dil Mohammad, mentioned, ‘The shelling has began since 3 pm. Nonetheless operating (8pm). There’s lots of heavy gunfire coming in right this moment. The Rohingyas of the zero line are very afraid.’ In the meantime, at 9:30 a.m. on September 3, two shells fired by Myanmar warplanes fell in Ghumdhum space of ​​Naikkhyongchari upazila of Bandarban. Earlier on August 28 round 3 pm, a mortar shell fired from Myanmar landed unexploded close to the Tumbru North Mosque in Ghumdhum. Bangladesh protested in each instances.Enterprise Bangladesh/BH

  • DEMU practice motion awaiting the directions of the authorities

    DEMU practice motion awaiting the directions of the authorities

    Being a rail junction, Dinajpur’s Parvatipur railway and platform is at all times busy. After some time, trains from completely different routes entered Parvatipur Junction. So a diesel locomotive manufacturing facility has been constructed round this junction to restore trains. On September 5, a set of defunct demo trains had been put into operation after the efforts of native engineers. It was then handed over to Engineer Kafiul Islam, Parvatipur Railway Incharge (Keloka) for industrial operation. Now a set of operational demo trains can once more ply on completely different routes after receiving directions from the upper authorities of the railways. Engineer Mohammad Asaduzzaman, former officer of Bangladesh Atomic Power Fee and former pupil of BUET, operated these demo trains. Asaduzzaman found out what sort of know-how ought to be used to run the demo trains inside two and a half months of beginning work. Solely two controllers are put in as an alternative of costly modules. And with that, the primary demo practice was launched. Demo trains imported from China grew to become ineffective throughout the Corona interval. They’re being activated by the efforts of the nation’s engineers. 1 demo practice has been operated at Parvatipur Diesel Locomotive Workshop of Dinajpur utilizing its personal know-how. In line with railway sources, 20 units of demo trains had been imported in 2013 at a value of Tk 650 crore. The intention was to move extra passengers over shorter distances by way of these trains. China’s Tanson Worldwide and Daniel Technical Analysis Institute are the producers of the trains. The pc-controlled trains are operated with particular software program. This know-how was by no means given to Bangladesh by the Chinese language firm that equipped the demo practice. Demo trains grew to become very talked-about in a short while. Though introduced for brief distances, they’ve additionally been run over lengthy distances. The trains broke down in 2020 as a consequence of lack of repairs. Once more, in the event that they run on completely different routes of the district, the passengers will get comfort in practice journey. Native Abdullah Al Mamun stated, demo practice is appropriate for brief distance journey. This demo practice is operated from Parvatipur locomotive. We have now heard that the Parvatipur Railway Authority has utilized to the upper authority for working this demo. As soon as permission is granted, the practice can be seen plying on numerous routes together with Parvatipur. Resumption of operational demo practice will profit the individuals of this area. Parvatipur Railway Incharge (Keloka) Engineer Kafiul Islam stated that 2 demo trains mendacity idle at Parvatipur’s loco shed had been handed over to the workshop for restore on March 24 final 12 months. A bunch of engineers led by engineer Asadujan who got here to Dhaka began working from April 2 final 12 months. Already one set demo practice has been repaired and given 29 trials. Out of this, 27 occasions with out passenger load and a couple of occasions with passenger load had been run on Panchagarh and Lalmonirhat railways. These trials have been accomplished efficiently. The operational demo practice has been re-handover to the Parvatipur Railway Authority. He additionally stated {that a} letter has been despatched to the upper authorities of the railways to maneuver the demo. On receiving the directions of that letter, the demo practice will begin transferring. Bangladesh Journal/SK

  • One Covid-19 loss of life, 278 instances reported in 24 hours

    One Covid-19 loss of life, 278 instances reported in 24 hours

    Bangladesh on Friday reported one Covid-19 loss of life whereas it recorded 278 optimistic instances throughout the identical interval. “Bangladesh reported 8.34 % Covid-19 optimistic instances as 3,334 samples have been examined over the past 24 hours,” a each day assertion of the Directorate Basic of Well being Companies (DGHS) stated. Through the previous 24 hours, the mixed determine of coronavirus an infection in Dhaka district and the capital is 211 whereas one Covid-19 loss of life was reported through the interval. The official tally confirmed that the virus killed 29,331 individuals and contaminated 20,14,355 to date, the assertion added. The restoration rely rose to 19,58,307 after one other 260 sufferers have been discharged from the devoted hospitals over the past 24 hours. From the start of the pandemic, 97.22 % Covid-19 sufferers recovered among the many contaminated individuals whereas 1.46 % died, the DGHS statistics confirmed. Among the many 29,331 fatalities, 12,904 occurred in Dhaka, 5,893 in Chattogram, 2,153 in Rajshahi, 3,732 in Khulna, 988 in Barishal, 1,343 in Sylhet, 1,423 in Rangpur and 895 in Mymensingh divisions. Supply: BSS

  • Sajeda Chowdhury admitted to hospital

    Sajeda Chowdhury admitted to hospital

    Deputy chief of the Jatiya Sangsad Syeda Sajeda Chowdhury has been admitted to a hospital within the capital of Dhaka following she had change into critically ailing. The data was given in a letter signed by Faridpur district unit Awami League president Shamim Haque and common secretary Shah Md Ishtiaq Arif on Friday. The letter mentioned former AL common secretary, a lawmaker from Faridpur-2 constituency and deputy chief of the Jatiya Sangsad Syeda Sajeda Chowdhury is significantly ailing and present process therapy at a hospital within the capital. The council of Nagarkanda upazila unit AL scheduled to be held on September 12 was suspended consulting with AL central leaders because of the illness of Sajeda Chowdhury. NKB Village/SU

  • Ons Jabeur turns into first African girl to succeed in US Open last | Tennis News

    Ons Jabeur turns into first African girl to succeed in US Open last | Tennis News

    Ons Jabeur outclassed France’s Caroline Garcia to turn into the primary African and Arab girl ever to succeed in a US Open last. Tunisian tennis participant Ons Jabeur has reached her second consecutive Grand Slam title match, two months after taking part in as a finalist at Wimbledon, as she hopes to add a serious trophy to her listing of groundbreaking accomplishments. Jabeur, who turns into the primary African and Arab girl to succeed in the US Open last, beat Caroline Garcia 6-1, 6-3 on Thursday at Flushing Meadows. “Feels extra actual, to be trustworthy with you, simply to be within the last once more. At Wimbledon, I used to be sort of simply dwelling the dream, and I couldn’t consider it,” Jabeur stated after ending the Seventeenth-seeded Garcia’s 13-match profitable streak. “Now perhaps I do know what to do.” The fifth-seeded Jabeur, 28, was the runner-up on the All England Membership in London in July and now would be the first African and Arab girl to play in a last on the US Open within the skilled period, which dates to 1968. “After Wimbledon, [there was] a variety of stress on me,” Jabeur stated following a win that took barely greater than an hour, “and I’m actually relieved that I can again up my outcomes.” Since skilled gamers had been first admitted to main tennis tournaments, no African or Arab girl had been to a Grand Slam last till she did that at Wimbledon earlier than shedding to Elena Rybakina. On the 2020 Australian Open, she turned the primary Arab girl to succeed in the quarterfinals at a serious. Final yr, she was the primary Arab participant to interrupt into the highest 10 of the lads’s or ladies’s rankings and the primary to win a WTA title. “Positively saying out loud what I need to do is a part of me attaining issues,” stated Jabeur, who dropped to her knees and let loose a yell when Thursday’s semi-final ended, then lay on her again. The Tunisian dominated Garcia from begin to end in a one-sided semi-final that took simply greater than an hour to finish. “The arduous court docket season began a little bit bit dangerous, however I’m very blissful that I made it to the finals right here,” Jabeur stated. Her victory prolonged her career-long domination of Garcia, who Jabeur had crushed 4 instances as a junior in Grand Slam occasions, and twice as an expert in Slams earlier than Thursday. “I do know she was taking part in superb tennis and that places a variety of stress on you,” Jabeur stated. “It wasn’t simple for me however mentally I used to be so prepared.” Garcia had reached the final 4 on the again of a 13-match profitable streak, which included a victory on the Cincinnati Masters lead-in occasion. However Jabeur ruthlessly dismantled Garcia’s dream of changing into the primary French girl to win the US Open crown with a medical victory. The Frenchwoman later admitted she had struggled to deal with the stress of the event. “Clearly nerves had been there,” Garcia stated. “At present I did realize it was semi-finals, so what it’s bringing you should you win and what you need to obtain. It’s a dream since I’m a little bit lady. “I attempted one of the best I may. I saved combating, saved going for it, as a result of I do know it’s my solution to do issues.” On Saturday, with a championship on the road, Jabeur will go up in opposition to the primary Iga Swiatek, who grabbed the final 4 video games, and 16 of the final 20 factors, to come back again and beat the sixth-seeded Aryna Sabalenka 3-6, 6-1, 6-4.

  • Pakistan carry again Hayden for T20 World Cup position in Australia

    Pakistan carry again Hayden for T20 World Cup position in Australia

    Former Australia opener Matthew Hayden will reunite with the Pakistan workforce to mentor the aspect on the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia starting subsequent month, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) mentioned on Friday. Hayden, 50, labored with the Babar Azam-led workforce when it reached the semi-finals of final 12 months’s 20-overs World Cup within the United Arab Emirates. “He’s a confirmed performer together with his credentials acknowledged and recognised world-over,” PCB chairman Ramiz Raja mentioned in a press release. “He brings with him wealth of information about Australia situations and I’m assured his involvement will considerably profit our extraordinarily proficient cricketers for the World Cup and future excursions Down Underneath.” Pakistan will compete in a tri-series in New Zealand, additionally involving Bangladesh, earlier than arriving in Brisbane the place Hayden will be a part of the aspect forward of their Oct. 23 match opener towards arch-rivals India in Melbourne. “I believe this Pakistan aspect has obtained what it takes to excel in Australia and the situations will actually swimsuit them, each from a batting and bowling perspective,” mentioned Hayden. “I really feel privileged to be given a possibility to go on all my expertise and data about all situations in Australia and may’t wait to be again within the Pakistan dressing room.” Supply: Reuters

  • 364 college students ‘suicide’ in 8 months

    364 college students ‘suicide’ in 8 months

    Between January and August 2022 (8 months) 364 college students of assorted instructional establishments of the nation are claimed to have dedicated suicide. This data was introduced in a web based press convention organized by Anchal Basis on Friday (September 8). They stated that 194 p.c of those that dedicated suicide within the final eight months had been faculty going college students. Amongst them, 32.99 p.c are male and 67.01 p.c are feminine college students. And this yr, a median of 45 college students dedicated suicide each month. ‘Scholar suicide charges on the rise: how a lot ought to we fear?’ The survey is highlighted within the title. Professor of Medical Psychology Division of Dhaka College. Kamal Uddin Ahmed Chowdhury, Narayanganj District ADC (Schooling and ICT Division) Azizul Haque Mamun and Anchal Basis Founder President Tansen Rose had been current on the press convention. Farzana Akhter Labani introduced the suicide data on behalf of Anchal Basis. In response to the report introduced on the press convention, 50 of the scholars who dedicated suicide within the final eight months had been college college students, of whom 60 p.c had been male college students and 40 p.c had been feminine college students. 76 of the faculty college students dedicated suicide. Amongst them, 46.05 p.c are male and 53.95 p.c are feminine college students. A most of 194 p.c of faculty going college students have dedicated suicide within the final eight months. Amongst them, 32.99 p.c are male and 67.01 p.c are feminine college students. 44 madrasah college students dedicated suicide. Amongst them, 39.29 p.c are male and 60 p.c are feminine college students. Division smart data The capital metropolis Dhaka is on the prime of all suicides. Within the final eight months, 25.27 p.c of scholars dedicated suicide in Dhaka. This price is 16.48 p.c in Chittagong Division and 14.1 p.c in Khulna Division. There are 8.78 p.c suicide college students in Rangpur division. In addition to, 9.62 p.c college students dedicated suicide in Barisal division, 7.42 p.c college students in Mymensingh division and 14.1 p.c college students dedicated suicide in Rajshahi division. And comparatively much less college students dedicated suicide in Sylhet division, 4 p.c. Faculty-goers lead in suicide Contemplating the extent of training, 53.30 p.c of school-going main to secondary college students dedicated suicide. School college students are within the second place by way of suicide, 20.88 p.c. There are 13.74 p.c of college college students who commit suicide. Madrasa college students accounted for 12.09 p.c of those that dedicated suicide. Girls commit suicide extra In response to the info, feminine college students have dedicated suicide extra, which is 60.71 p.c of the overall quantity or 221 individuals. However, there are 39.29 p.c or 143 male college students. Age-wise suicide charges Suicide charges are highest amongst 13- to 20-year-olds, at 78.6 p.c. 13.46 p.c of scholars between the ages of 21 and 26 selected the trail of suicide. Among the many 12-year-old college students, 7.97 p.c i.e. 29 dedicated suicide. Nonetheless, 160 individuals between the ages of 14 and 16 dedicated suicide. A baby of no less than seven years has additionally dedicated suicide. Amorous causes are most accountable Causes for suicide embody delight, romantic causes, session hassle, failure in exams, research strain, not getting something from household, household quarrels, rape and sexual harassment, theft or false accusations, psychological issues, rejection in marriage, dislike of husband, house Not shopping for motorbikes from and so forth. There may be additionally psychological imbalance, despair, demise of a good friend, monetary issues. It’s stated that 25.27 p.c dedicated suicide as a consequence of love, 24.73 p.c due to delight. 7.42 p.c dedicated suicide as a consequence of disagreement with household and 6.59 p.c as a consequence of household battle. Anchal Basis’s survey additionally claims that 4.67 p.c commit suicide as a consequence of rape or sexual harassment. 6.59 p.c as a consequence of psychological issues. 0.82 p.c dedicated suicide as a consequence of strain of research, 0.82 p.c as a consequence of frustration as a consequence of session congestion and 1.92 p.c as a consequence of failure in exams. 1.65 p.c for false accusations of theft, 1.92 p.c for monetary issues, 0.55 p.c for the demise of a good friend, 1.10 p.c for rejecting a wedding proposal and never liking a husband. Nonetheless, the reason for suicide in 15.93 p.c just isn’t identified. A number of the totally different points of suicide embody, victimization of blackmail by way of social media, cybercrime, capturing offensive photos and movies on cellphones. Suggestions on scholar suicide prevention and psychological well being safety 1) Formation of a process pressure consisting of specialists to fight suicide. 2) Implement psychological training in textbooks and thoughts care methods by way of college students. 3) Giving directions to the Ministry of Schooling to maintain the agenda associated to psychological well being and suicide of scholars within the dialogue agenda of school-college guardian gatherings. 4) Appointment of psychiatrists in all instructional establishments for psychological well being safety and suicide prevention. 5) Offering primary psychological well being coaching to college students within the establishment. 6) To extend participation and guarantee implementation of co-educational actions 7) Conducting cell campaigns in instructional establishments by organizations engaged on psychological well being. 8) Utilizing particular instruments on social media to determine despair, offensive photos, dwell streaming of suicides, suicide posts and so forth. 9) Authorized obligation to carry household and acquaintances accountable for suicide. 10) Launch of a toll-free nationwide hotline quantity to make psychological well being care fast and accessible.

  • Cultivation of potato on 80 hectares: hope for bumper yield

    Cultivation of potato on 80 hectares: hope for bumper yield

    Raihan Hossain, Chougacha (Jesore) Consultant: | Enterprise Revealed by: 04:02 PM, 9 September 2022 80 hectares of land in Chowagacha is commercially cultivated with potatoes Mette potato has been cultivated commercially on 80 hectares of land in Chowagacha, Jessore. Farmers expect extra yield because the climate situations are appropriate for potato cultivation. In line with Upazila Agriculture Workplace sources, potato cultivation has been achieved in nearly all areas besides the low areas of the upazila, which quantities to 80 hectares of land. Farmers primarily domesticate potatoes with indigenous varieties. Numerous fields of Mirzapur, Jagdishpur, Swarparajpur, Tehri, Muktdah villages of the upazila had been visited, the farmers cultivated potatoes extensively. Many of the land has been cultivated in lofts. Nevertheless, the farmer didn’t should construct a brand new loft for this. Earlier than sowing the potatoes, they cultivated the land with jinghe or Uchche Macha. After these crops have grown, the potatoes have been raised within the loft. At current, the inexperienced leaves of the mated potato and the snake-like creepers are carrying a singular magnificence. Mate potato is thought by completely different names in numerous elements of the nation, akin to Garda potato, Mate potato, Guichya potato, Lema potato, Dhusari potato, Altapat, Chubri potato, Harinkhali, Machranga, Hatipaya, Mau and so on. however mainly there are about 4 to five varieties. recognized Talked with farmer Mujibur Rahman within the discipline of Jagdishpur village of upazila. He stated that for nearly a decade, the farmers of the area have been cultivating potatoes on crop land and are making big income. This 12 months he has cultivated met potato in 1 bigha of land. Like farmer Mujibar, Rezaul Karim 10 katha, Salim Reza 10 katha, Jamsher Ali 1 bigha, Golam Ali 10 katha, Anichur Rahman 15 katha, Sultan Hossain 10 katha cultivated potatoes in that discipline. Farmers stated that potato seeds needs to be sown within the land in Baisakh or Jaishtha month of Bangla. At the moment there’s cultivation of Uchcha or Jing on the land. As quickly as this crop dies, the vines of met potato should be lifted up into the loft (bane). Potatoes begin rising in early winter with none fertilizers or poisons. Pesticides don’t must be used attributable to low manufacturing of spider mites. Farmers get this crop cash in 5 to six months freed from cost. If the yield is nice, it’s doable to promote potatoes from 1 lakh per bigha to 1.5 lakh rupees. They stated that when the potatoes are grown, the land is cultivated with boro rice or lentils. Upazila Agriculture Officer agriculturist Samren Biswas stated that the fee and labor concerned in potato cultivation are lower than some other crop. Due to that, the cultivation of met potato has turn out to be standard among the many farmers day-to-day. He stated that potatoes are grown on this space by combining numerous indigenous varieties. Enterprise Bangladesh/Habib

  • Kim declared North Korea a nuclear weapon state

    Kim declared North Korea a nuclear weapon state

    North Korea handed a legislation on Friday declaring itself a nuclear-weapon state, the nation’s state information company reported. The nation’s supreme chief, Kim Jong-un, known as the choice “irreversible” and mentioned no talks on denuclearization had been possible. In a report on Friday, British media BBC and information company AFP reported this info. The official Korean Central Information Company (KCNA) mentioned the laws would enable North Korea to launch a preemptive nuclear strike “routinely” and “instantly destroy enemy forces”. The newly handed legislation additionally contains North Korea’s proper to launch nuclear strikes in self-defense, KCNA reported. KCNA additionally reported that Kim Jong Un mentioned that with the newly enacted legislation, our nation’s standing as a nuclear weapons state has change into irreversible. Earlier in July, Kim mentioned his nation was able to deploy its nuclear capabilities in any battle with the US and the South. He reiterated his level that Pyongyang won’t ever surrender the nuclear weapons it must counter Washington’s hostility. Pyongyang performed seven missile checks in January this yr. Many questions have arisen as to how an economically troubled nation like North Korea continues to hold out such checks one after the opposite. Nonetheless, a number of nations together with the US have imposed strict sanctions on North Korea for one after one other nuclear weapons checks. Kim Jong Un launched long-range missiles and performed nuclear checks after two inconclusive summits with then-US President Donald Trump in 2019. Since then, talks between the 2 nations have stalled. Nonetheless, it has been reported that the Biden administration is prepared to barter with Pyongyang. Nonetheless, it has not been mentioned whether or not President Joe Biden will meet North Korean chief Kim or not. The White Home additionally says efforts to succeed in out to Pyongyang and gives of assist with the nation’s Covid outbreak have additionally gone unanswered. The US reviewed its North Korea coverage final yr, saying it aimed for the ‘full denuclearization’ of the Korean peninsula. President Biden mentioned he would pursue this coverage via a mixture of diplomacy and “robust deterrence.” However in response, Kim mentioned his nation should put together for ‘dialogue and confrontation’. In the meantime, tensions on the Korean Peninsula have risen this yr with Pyongyang launching a file variety of ballistic missiles. Kim has fired a file variety of ballistic missiles this yr and there are indications that the nation could conduct a nuclear check for the primary time since 2017. North Korea has performed a number of missile checks, together with its largest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), over the previous few months for the reason that starting of this yr. On this scenario, the US known as on the United Nations to impose extra sanctions on the nation for the launch of ballistic missiles by the top of Might. However China and Russia vetoed Washington’s proposal. In the meantime, Seoul final month provided Pyongyang an help plan that would come with meals, power and infrastructure help in change for the North abandoning its nuclear weapons program. However Pyongyang scoffed on the proposal, calling it the ‘top of absurdity’ and a deal Pyongyang would by no means settle for. South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol mentioned final month that his administration has no plans for its personal nuclear deterrent. Bangladesh Journal/MR

  • India restricts rice exports, might gasoline meals inflation

    India restricts rice exports, might gasoline meals inflation

    India banned exports of damaged rice and imposed a 20% obligation on exports of assorted grades of rice on Thursday because the world’s largest exporter of the grain tries to reinforce provides and calm native costs after below-average monsoon rainfall curtailed planting. India exports rice to greater than 150 nations, and any discount in its shipments would enhance upward strain on meals costs, that are already rising due to drought, heat-waves and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The brand new obligation is more likely to discourage patrons from making purchases from India and immediate them to shift in direction of rivals Thailand and Vietnam, which have been struggling to extend shipments and lift costs. The federal government has excluded parboiled and basmati rice from the export obligation, which is able to come into impact from Sept. 9. New Delhi additionally banned exports of 100% damaged rice, which just a few poor African nations import for human consumption, although that selection is especially used for feed functions. The obligation will have an effect on white and brown rice, which account for greater than 60% of India’s exports, stated B.V. Krishna Rao, president of the All India Rice Exporters Affiliation. “With this obligation, Indian rice shipments will develop into uncompetitive on the earth market. Consumers will shift to Thailand and Vietnam,” Rao stated. India accounts for greater than 40% of worldwide rice shipments and competes with Thailand, Vietnam, Pakistan and Myanmar on the earth market. Beneath-average rainfall in key rice-producing states reminiscent of West Bengal, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh has raised issues over India’s rice manufacturing. The nation has already banned wheat exports and restricted sugar shipments this yr. Indian exports would fall by at the least 25% in coming months due to the obligation, stated Himanshu Agarwal, govt director at Satyam Balajee, India’s largest rice exporter. Exporters need the federal government to offer some aid for export contracts which have already been signed, with vessels loading on the ports. “Consumers cannot pay 20% extra over agreed value and even sellers can’t afford to pay the levy. The federal government ought to exempt already signed contracts from the levy,” Agarwal stated. India’s rice exports touched a file 21.5 million tonnes in 2021, greater than the mixed shipments of the world’s subsequent 4 largest exporters of the grain: Thailand, Vietnam, Pakistan and america. India has been most cost-effective provider of rice by enormous margin and that shielded African nations reminiscent of Nigeria, Benin and Cameroon to an extent from a rally in wheat and corn costs, stated a Mumbai-based seller with a worldwide buying and selling agency. “Besides rice, costs of all meals crops have been rising. Rice is becoming a member of the rally now,” he stated. The ban on damaged rice shipments might badly have an effect on China’s purchases for feed function, he stated. China was the largest purchaser of damaged rice, with purchases of 1.1 million tonnes in 2021, whereas African nations reminiscent of Senegal and Djibouti purchased brokens for human consumption. Supply: Reuters

  • China’s costs rise slower than anticipated amid weak demand | Coronavirus pandemic

    China’s costs rise slower than anticipated amid weak demand | Coronavirus pandemic

    China’s shopper costs rose at a slower-than-expected tempo in August whereas producer inflation hit an 18-month low, pointing to weak home demand on the planet’s second-largest financial system. The patron value index (CPI) elevated 2.5 p.c from the identical month a 12 months earlier, Nationwide Bureau of Statistics (NBS) information confirmed on Friday, slower than 2.7 p.c in July. The producer value index (PPI) rose 2.3 p.c, the slowest tempo since February 2021, and slower than 4.2 p.c a month prior, as a result of falling vitality and uncooked supplies costs. “Manufacturing facility gate inflation is about to fall additional all through the remainder of the 12 months because of a continued drop again in commodity costs and a better base for comparability,” Capital Economics analysts Sheana Yue and Zichun Huang mentioned in a analysis observe. “We predict CPI inflation will stay beneath the PBOC’s 3 p.c ceiling,” they mentioned, referring to the Individuals’s Financial institution of China. Official and personal information point out additional misplaced momentum in August within the Chinese language financial system, the place property market weak point, COVID-19 containment measures and energy shortages have dented consumption and manufacturing unit exercise. There have been 1,404 new COVID-19 infections in China on September 8, 301 of which have been symptomatic, the Nationwide Well being Fee mentioned, whereas Chengdu has prolonged a lockdown for almost all of its greater than 21 million residents. Coverage easing Slower progress in shopper costs got here as meals costs rose 6.1 p.c on 12 months in August, versus 6.3 p.c in July, with non-food gadgets at 1.7 p.c from July’s 1.9 p.c rise. Core CPI, which excludes risky meals and vitality costs, rose 0.8 p.c, matching the earlier month. On a month-on-month foundation, the CPI fell 0.1 p.c from July, after rising 0.5 p.c in July from June. Total industrial product costs maintained a downward development as a result of falling costs in international crude oil and non-ferrous metals, NBS mentioned individually. Whereas shopper inflation was approaching the federal government’s goal of about 3 p.c, it was nonetheless decrease than seen in different main economies. The PBOC in August mentioned China faces rising structural inflation strain and shopper inflation would possibly exceed 3 p.c in some months within the second half of the 12 months. Analysts mentioned slowing inflation might give some room for additional financial coverage easing. “As such, the PBOC is not going to be constrained to ease coverage additional to assist financial system,” mentioned Yue and Huang. “The PBOC had lowered most coverage charges in August, and we proceed to anticipate extra coverage price cuts throughout the remainder of the 12 months.” China’s cupboard introduced extra steps on Thursday to spur funding, state media reported, extending a raft of measures to bolster an financial system ravaged by COVID-19. “We count on additional easing will come within the type of quantity-based instruments to supply liquidity assist in addition to structural instruments like extra re-lending quotas for focus areas like manufacturing and inexperienced funding,” mentioned HSBC economist Erin Xin.

  • Is shaving higher or waxing?

    Is shaving higher or waxing?

    Listed here are some causes to decide on waxing: Waxing is finished with the assistance of honey, sugar and lemon. These components are very helpful for the pores and skin. Waxing will maintain your pores and skin mushy for a couple of week. However after shaving, new hairs will develop on the pores and skin after two days. Additionally it is tough to make time for common shaving within the busy schedule. As waxing is fast, there isn’t any concern of reducing the pores and skin. Shaving solely removes hair from the floor of the pores and skin. However waxing removes the hair from the within. It’s doable to take away grime and useless cells collected on the pores and skin. Common waxing steadily reduces undesirable hair progress.

  • What errors improve the danger of mind stroke?

    What errors improve the danger of mind stroke?

    His colleagues have been stunned to see Sureshbabu. Just a few weeks in the past, he chatted with tea and cigarettes within the workplace canteen, and within the meantime that is the scenario! He doesn’t even have the flexibility to sit down up. He’s trying with a pitiful gaze. Solely 47 years in a single stroke this example! Such instances of bedridden life attributable to stroke are sometimes heard. Mind stroke is such a critical illness. However if you’re a bit of conscious, you possibly can simply keep away from this illness. One in ten deaths is because of stroke. And one of many causes behind being confined to the home for the remainder of life is mind stroke. This lethal illness might be prevented with a bit of warning. So everybody ought to have a correct concept in regards to the causes of stroke and learn how to deal with it. Common check-ups and a few modifications in day by day life can forestall sudden deadly stroke. Let’s discover out what causes stroke. Each cell in our physique wants oxygen-rich blood to outlive. Mind cells aren’t any exception. For numerous causes, when the blood vessels of the mind are narrowed or there may be accumulation of fatty layer and the blood move is totally stopped, the mind cells grow to be uninteresting attributable to lack of oxygen and grow to be ineffective. That is what stroke is all about. In keeping with the World Well being Group, since 2000, numerous research have proven that individuals between the ages of 30 and 40 are probably the most affected by mind stroke. Watch out if you happen to see any indicators? 1) Sudden lack of physique steadiness. 2) Sudden lack of imaginative and prescient in a single or each eyes. 3) Bending of 1 facet of the face. 4) Getting concerned whereas speaking. 5) Arm ache. In keeping with docs, if these signs seem, the affected person needs to be taken to the closest good hospital instantly. The primary three to 4 hours after a stroke are important. Right now, the affected person is extra prone to get better if he receives correct therapy. So time can’t be wasted in any respect. Why will increase the danger of mind stroke? 1) If he’s hungry, he buys packet salted cookies, or chips to the kid as he eats himself. However have you learnt that the surplus salt that’s simply combined in is inflicting a stroke? Extra salt causes blood strain to rise and inhibits blood move to the mind. So, at present, rush off the additional salted meals. 2) Many individuals wish to eat cereals repeatedly for breakfast. All these cereals include added sugar. Other than that, it isn’t good to maintain additional candy meals like sweets, desserts, cookies, pastries in day by day food plan. It additionally will increase the danger of stroke. 3) A 2019 examine revealed in ‘The Lancet’ says that individuals who do not drink alcohol and eat a nutritious diet are a lot safer from stroke. Alcoholics are comparatively in danger. 4) Care have to be taken to see if there may be any deficiency of vitamin C within the physique. Deficiency of this vitamin results in hemorrhagic stroke. Eat vitamin C-rich meals. 5) Take a handful of painkillers in case you have a bit of ache? Steroids in it improve the danger of ailments like vascular loss of life, coronary heart assault and stroke a number of instances. So if you’re within the behavior of overeating, cease it at present. Supply: Anandabazar Bangladesh Journal/MS

  • Queen Elizabeth’s Illustrious Life (Photo Gallery)

    Queen Elizabeth’s Illustrious Life (Photo Gallery)

    The world’s most well-known monarch is Queen Elizabeth II. She has dealt with the duty of the Queen of the UK for 70 years. Nonetheless, since October final 12 months, his well being was not going nicely. He couldn’t even stroll nicely. 4 kids rushed to Balmoral Palace on Thursday to study of his sickness. Nonetheless, leaving the phantasm of every thing, Queen Elizabeth bid farewell to this palace perpetually. Rani was 96 years previous on the time of her dying. He sat on the British throne for 70 years. Beneath are some photos from completely different intervals of his lengthy colourful life. Queen Elizabeth II appears on the inside of the renovated East Wing of Somerset Home at King’s Faculty London. 29 February 2012. Photo: Reuters. Photo taken on an unknown seashore within the Seventies. Photo: Reuters/Riman Dancy. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip sporting the uniform of Honorary Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Canadian Regiment. They posed for this photograph at Buckingham Palace forward of a royal go to. Photo: Reuters handout. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with former US President John F. Kennedy and First Woman Jacqueline Kennedy at Buckingham Palace. June 5, 1961. Picture: US Division of State / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum / Reuters handout. Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on the Maritime Museum in London. 1 Could 1990. Photo: Reuters. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip pose for a photograph at Buckingham Palace in 1952. Photo: Library and Archives Canada / Nationwide Movie Board of Canada Funds / Reuters handout. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Beating the Retreat at Horseguards Parade. June 13, 1996. Photo: Reuters. Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and David Webster discuss to ballerina Margot Fonteyn in London. 10 June 1958. Photo: Reuters. President Gerald Ford and Queen Elizabeth throughout a state dinner in honor of the Queen and Prince Philip on the White Home, Workplace of the President of the USA. 7 July 1976. Photo: Ricardo Thomas / Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library / US Nationwide Archives and Data Administration / Reuters handout. Queen Elizabeth, her daughter Princess Anne and granddaughter Zara Phillips trip at Windsor Fortress throughout Easter. April 21, 2004. Buckingham Palace / Reuters handout. Some extra photos:

  • What’s behind a worldwide decline in human improvement? | Poverty and Development

    What’s behind a worldwide decline in human improvement? | Poverty and Development

    From: Inside Story UN report finds 9 out of 10 international locations have fallen behind on life expectancy, training and dwelling requirements. Thirty years of steady human progress is unravelling, based on the newest report on the United Nations Human Development Index. It’s a measure of common life expectations, training ranges and dwelling requirements all over the world. Because it was launched in 1990, the index has elevated yearly till 2020. However the UN has now recorded two years of decline in a row. What’s behind the change? And the way can the development be reversed? Presenter: Adrian Finighan Friends: Luis Felipe López Calva – UN Development Programme’s regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean Dr Jemilah Mahmood – Professor and govt director of Planetary Well being at Sunway College Charles Businge – Center East and North and East Africa director for Plan Worldwide

  • How is your Friday going?

    How is your Friday going?

    Astrology tries to foretell the place and variety of planets and stars in keeping with the zodiac signal. Nevertheless it must be remembered that Rashi can by no means be the ruler of destiny. Man’s actions management his future. Astrology solely provides some clues to the chances. Let’s learn the way your day will probably be as we speak in keeping with your zodiac signal. Aries: The thoughts could be stressed all day. Can open new avenues in music apply. You’re going to get good outcomes of exhausting work. Can get enterprise advantages from neighbors. Do not give in to somebody’s prompting. Taurus: There could also be elevated ache within the physique from this morning. Be very cautious about love, there’s a probability of getting harm. Comply with the recommendation of elders. You’ll achieve repute in non secular criticism. Gemini: Be a little bit cautious, monetary losses are coming. Right this moment, it’s a must to hold a cool head outdoors, there’s a hazard of going in opposition to the state of affairs. There could also be turmoil within the household as a consequence of monetary pressure. Most cancers: Reluctance to work might come. Good time to purchase property. Be additional cautious whereas using automobiles. Though marital peace is maintained all through the day, it’s inauspicious at night time. Leo: There could also be a dispute with the daddy within the morning. Elevated occupied with duty at work. Physique issues can value some huge cash. Days-old journey plans could be disrupted. Virgo: Watch out about mates, there could also be conflicts. Matri native might have disagreement with somebody. Can open new avenues in music apply. Can get enterprise advantages from neighbors. Libra: Watch out on the roads, hazard might happen. Even when there’s revenue in enterprise as we speak, there’s a chance of losing cash. College students will get a chance to point out their versatile skills. SCORPIO: In enterprise issues, ideas might enhance within the morning. The day is superb by way of employment. There will probably be concern about kids. Neighbors must be understood. Your mortgage quantity might enhance. Sagittarius: Can get into arguments unnecessarily. There could also be disputes at house for the spouse. Good enterprise communication with a relative. Take into consideration the additional value. Somebody might cheat you at work. CAPRICORN: On account of extreme anger, the work at hand could also be ruined as we speak. Be capable of plan for increased schooling. It will be higher to steer clear of administrative duties as we speak. Could trigger eye illness. Aquarius: There could also be stress over honor. There will probably be some stress relating to love. Income are seen in share buying and selling. Turmoil on the planet with property. Right this moment might even see a little bit slowdown in enterprise. Pisces: There could also be a dispute with a distant pal. Concern will hang-out you all day as we speak. You’re going to get particular job alternative for spouse. Could have to face by a distressed particular person. Bangladesh Journal/KA

  • Concern within the Bangladeshi neighborhood on the information of Rani’s sickness

    Concern within the Bangladeshi neighborhood on the information of Rani’s sickness

    Full title Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor. Recognized on this planet and in Britain as Queen Elizabeth II. Not solely Britain, she is within the seat of the queen of 14 Commonwealth international locations. He was saved below medical remark on Thursday. He resides at Balmoral Citadel close to Aberdeen, Scotland. In the meantime, the kids of the queen and the shut family members of the royal household have reached there. Others are on the best way. A press release from the Queen’s Buckingham Palace sparked concern throughout Britain as information of the Queen’s sickness unfold. From newly appointed Prime Minister Liz Truss to former Prime Minister David Cameron, Tony Blair has expressed concern. Concerns are additionally spreading among the many Bangladeshi neighborhood residing in Britain. Distraught individuals had been seen crying exterior Buckingham Palace after listening to the information of the Queen’s sickness, the BBC reported. Many are gathering there ignoring the sunshine rain. Locals and vacationers flock exterior Balmoral Palace in Scotland. Round 3:30 pm native time, seven members of the British royal household left London for Aberdeen. They’re reported to have reached Scotland on the time of penning this report. Queen Elizabeth just isn’t solely the queen who has been on the throne for the longest time, but additionally has the love and respect of the individuals of various international locations together with Britain. He’s within the seat of British individuals’s love though he didn’t have that earlier monarchy. In 2011, Sharifuzzaman Chowdhury Tapan, a author and politician of Bangladeshi origin, was invited to the Queen’s Backyard Get together. At the moment he had the chance to see the queen very intently. When contacted after the information of Rani’s sickness unfold, Tapan instructed Bangla Tribune that persons are apprehensive in regards to the information of Rani’s sickness. The Queen has continued quite a few social and repair charities all through the world, together with in Britain, over the ages. Queen Elizabeth visited Bangladesh in 1983. From November 14 to 19, he traveled by practice to a village throughout his royal tour. He paid tribute to the martyrs of the Bangladesh Liberation Battle on the Nationwide Memorial. Mujibur Rahman Jasim, councilor of London’s Newham Council, mentioned that the queen has adorned the throne for the longest time because the ruler of the British Empire. She is the one Queen of Britain to have the respect of being the primary to rejoice a diamond marriage ceremony anniversary. Not a convention, Queen Elizabeth II has earned the love of individuals world wide by her actions. We’re alarmed on the information of the Queen’s sickness. Journalist Mahbub Sweed instructed the Bangla Tribune that the Queen’s grief was tough to beat after Prince Philip, her husband of 73 years, died final 12 months. He’s within the seat of affection of the individuals of the native Bangladeshi neighborhood. I want him good well being and lengthy life. Mohammad Islam, Labor Get together Councilor of London’s Croydon Council, mentioned, We Bangladeshi neighborhood are deeply involved in regards to the information of Rani’s sickness. We pray for the queen’s well being. The organizer of the anti-apartheid motion in London and senior determine of the Bangladeshi neighborhood. Lokman Uddin mentioned, Queen Elizabeth II has contributed to the truth that Britain is growing as a multi-ethnic state that holds individuals of varied international locations, religions and races.

  • Obituary: The UK’s Queen Elizabeth II | Obituaries News

    Obituary: The UK’s Queen Elizabeth II | Obituaries News

    In her first public speech, a 14-year-old Princess Elizabeth despatched a message of “cheerfulness and braveness” to kids who had been evacuated from their household houses in a stay radio broadcast within the early section of World Struggle II. Although it was hardly identified in 1940, her distinct shrill voice went on to turn out to be immediately recognisable to nearly everyone residing in Britain and thousands and thousands extra abroad through the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, which ended together with her loss of life on Thursday, aged 96. She led the world’s most well-known royal household by means of often-difficult occasions and greeted generations of kings, presidents and despots because the stalwart head of state to a key, however declining, nation in seven many years of a worldwide transformation. “She at all times put responsibility first, lengthy after others of her technology had retired. When she grew to become queen, individuals anticipated a brand new Elizabethan age of peace and prosperity. Such optimism was justified, with many years of nice change and principally rising residing requirements,” Elizabeth Norton, a historian, informed Al Jazeera. “Throughout her lengthy life, she weathered many storms. Elizabeth II principally stood other than controversy within the royal household – significantly in her later years – and can justly be remembered as one of many best-loved monarchs of the fashionable interval.” She was born in London in 1926 and was probably set to stay a princess till she was nudged in direction of succession by the abdication of her uncle, King Edward VIII, in 1936, and her father – King George VI – was topped. The queen’s marriage to Prince Philip, whom she wed when she was 21, stayed stable for 74 years, till his loss of life in April 2021 [File: Eddie Worth/AP Photo] She grew to become queen at 25, after her 56-year-old father’s loss of life in 1952, and started a reign that was characterised by change and ethical questioning that probed every thing as much as the privilege that gave her riches, fantastic jewelry and palaces. “Her stoic public persona and unchanging private model provided Britons an unwaveringly constant figurehead throughout unparalleled technological and cultural change,” Eloise Parker, a contributing editor at, informed Al Jazeera. “And but, she quietly saved tempo with the occasions, turning into the final British monarch to speak by telegram and the primary to ship a tweet.” Occasions have been altering. Early in her reign, an annual bash for posh debutantes was moved out of Buckingham Palace and its unique summer time backyard events have been opened as much as nurses, builders and others from the underside of Britain’s inflexible class construction. In 1949, she spoke in regards to the “darkest evils” of divorce and separation. By the Nineteen Nineties, she was watching her kids’s marriages disintegrate, together with the headline-making break-up of her son, Prince Charles, from the wildly standard Princess Diana. In 1998, she backed plans to finish gender discrimination within the line of succession for the throne. Her stay Christmas Day speech of 1957 was the primary tv look of a British monarch. Later, she mastered the artwork of prerecording festive messages and was nicknamed “One-take Windsor”, utilizing her household title. The queen mastered the artwork of prerecording festive messages and was nicknamed ‘One-take Windsor’ in a nod to her household title [File: Steve Parsons/Pool via AP] Modernising didn’t cease at tv. The royal web site got here on-line in 1997, adopted by a YouTube channel a decade later after which Twitter in 2009 and Fb and Flickr the following yr. For Christopher Warwick, a royal biographer, regal reforms beg a query about what comes subsequent. “She was switched-on and totally in management over the monarchy. Nothing occurred with out her say so, and, throughout her time, the establishment modified from one with Victorian inclinations to 1 wherein Prince William may marry a middle-class Kate Middleton,” he informed Al Jazeera. “She was never-changing, ever-changing; and there was a way of self-preservation in how the monarchy moved with the occasions. One wonders, although, what the diluted royal bloodline and royals dovetailing with celebrities imply for the way forward for the establishment.” Change was not at all times straightforward. Tabloids grew ever-hungrier for royal gossip after Rupert Murdoch’s media empire reached Britain in 1969. When punk band the Intercourse Pistols declared “God Save The Queen” in 1977, they have been hardly cheering the sovereign. The queen herself known as 1992 an “annus horribilis” as scandals broke about her kids’s relationships and hearth tore by means of Windsor Fortress – sparking a row over whether or not hard-working taxpayers ought to foot the repairs invoice. She was criticised for showing chilly and distant upon the loss of life of the estranged Princess Diana in 1997. She stayed in a Scottish citadel till a public outcry greeted her return to London. “The place is our Queen?” requested one in all Murdoch’s tabloids. The queen was criticised for showing chilly and distant upon the loss of life of Princess Diana (left) in 1997 [File: Bob Dear/Bipna/Pool/Rota/AP] Although she seldom voiced opinions, the queen adopted politics and public opinion. Civil servants known as her “Reader No 1”, such was her scrutiny of official papers. Prime ministers, with whom she had weekly hourlong conferences, described an astute observer of house and world affairs. Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who reportedly had frosty relations with the queen, described the confabs as “quietly business-like”. Tony Blair, one other prime minister, mentioned he “may talk about something together with her”. Holding the royal household was a “no-brainer”, he added. “They carry one thing nobody else can.” “Sustaining restraint and neutrality throughout Britain’s ever-changing political and financial local weather, Elizabeth’s reign might most pertinently be summarised by the ‘Hold calm and stick with it’ wartime mantra of her youth,” added Parker. She made lots of of official abroad visits to such international locations as Russia, the place her kinfolk have been executed in 1917, communist…

  • Oil costs are falling within the worldwide market

    Oil costs are falling within the worldwide market

    Personal reporter Enterprise Revealed by: 10:05 PM, 8 September 2022 Crude oil costs are falling within the worldwide market. Brent crude oil costs fell beneath $90 per barrel for the primary time for the reason that begin of the Russia-Ukraine struggle. Costs fell to a seven-month low on Wednesday (September 7). Information from Reuters and CNN. Based on Reuters information company, Brent crude futures (a kind of crude oil) fell by 1.08 US {dollars} per barrel. Which is 2 % lower than earlier than. Now the worth of oil per barrel is 91.75 {dollars}. This fee is the bottom within the final seven months. Earlier on February 18, Brent crude futures worth on this planet market was 91.20 per barrel. The value of West Texas Intermediate crude in the US fell by 1.20 {dollars} to 85.68 {dollars} per barrel. It’s the lowest since January 26. The Group of the Petroleum Exporting Nations (OPEC) and its allies introduced final October that they might reduce oil manufacturing by 100,000 barrels per day. After that, the worth of oil on this planet market elevated. Edward Moya, senior market analyst at overseas alternate firm ONDA and former chief forex strategist at Buying and selling Benefit, mentioned, ‘It was not tough to blur the OPEC Plus manufacturing reduce amid international financial challenges. International development does not look good, regardless of some knowledge companies anticipated within the US. That is the issue for crude oil costs.’ “A robust US greenback (rates of interest), aggressive development, rising bonds, and a slowdown in China’s development have put strain on oil costs,” mentioned Tina Teng, analyst at monetary companies agency CMC Markets. When the Russia-Ukraine struggle began final February 24, the recession began within the oil market. Based on the data of assorted organizations that monitor the worldwide market of gas oil, the worth of Brent crude oil on this planet market has decreased by 13.7 % and the worth of WTI has decreased by 9.7 % within the final six months till the center of final August.In the meantime, on Thursday, Planning Minister MA Mannan mentioned in an occasion that the speed at which the costs are falling within the worldwide market, the costs within the home market may even fall quickly. Enterprise Bangladesh/BH

  • Why persons are business hopping

    Why persons are business hopping

    Marcin, 33, knew he wanted a dramatic profession shake-up. The New Jersey-based auditor had grown bored with a desk job during which his best interactions had been over e mail, and his essential day-to-day operate was to serve an organization’s backside line. “I used to be doing the identical repetitive work each day, sifting by way of huge quantities of knowledge, basically on the lookout for human errors to achieve a reimbursement for shoppers,” he explains. “It felt meaningless, and I didn’t like my co-workers.” The ultimate straw, says Marcin, got here whereas on vacation. “I utterly soured my time away anticipating I had to return to work in a number of days – I used to be that sad. I needed a job that carried a higher goal than punching numbers right into a spreadsheet for a number of hours each day.” So, Marcin switched from auditing to nursing. After grinding by way of three years of neighborhood school and one yr of nursing faculty, he took a job in a hospital intensive-care unit in October 2021. Moderately than kill time cyberloafing within the workplace, he was now entrusted with caring for sick and susceptible sufferers. “It was all-consuming, intense and tremendous aggravating – however I used to be content material,” he says. For Marcin, switching industries has allowed him to discover a job that aligns together with his values. “I fell into finance after initially struggling to discover a job after graduating from school: it was milquetoast, mediocre work for which I had no ardour,” he says. “I used to come back house drained and irritable. Now, when my head hits the pillow, I’ve the assumption that my contribution of labour has had higher that means.” Following the Nice Resignation, tens of millions of staff are shifting to new roles. Some are looking for higher pay or flexibility; others are job hopping to speed up their profession development. Nonetheless, a swathe of staff are altering their vocation totally. In line with a July 2022 international survey of almost 2,000 staff by McKinsey & Firm, 48% of those that stop their job prior to now two years have moved to a unique sector. Trade hopping is one other characteristic of the modified world of labor. In some situations, workers like Marcin are looking for a profession that provides them higher goal within the wake of the pandemic. Others, nevertheless, could also be pushed out of their sector by lengthy hours and burnout. Regardless of the motivation, all this shuffling gives perception into folks’s shifting perceptions of what a profession ought to imply – and the way staff would possibly select jobs sooner or later. The rise of profession switching Whereas business hopping has accelerated following the pandemic, it’s not a brand-new phenomenon. James Bailey, professor of management growth on the George Washington College Faculty of Enterprise, primarily based in Washington, DC, says profession switching was as soon as uncommon. “Amongst child boomers, the mentality was ‘in the event you skilled as a banker, then it’s a must to be a banker’.” Mass layoffs within the Eighties started to shake unfastened pondering that workers ought to stay mounted to 1 firm or profession. “Staff started shifting across the labour market when organisations stopped being loyal to the employees: folks realised an employer would reduce their job the second they might.” This generational shift helped take away the stigma of switching careers, provides Bailey. In some circumstances, it may even show a employee was pushed and self-motivated. “Over time, the priority of adjusting industries has diminished between employers and workers. Actually, it may be seen nearly as good observe: somebody from outdoors an business can supply a contemporary perspective on learn how to do issues, and it might present they need to problem themselves.” Nonetheless, the pandemic and subsequent hiring disaster have seemingly precipitated a spike in business hopping. “There grew to become higher alternatives to alter careers on account of provide and demand,” explains Bailey. “Organisations had been determined to fill vacancies, that means staff had been extra prone to be nicely acquired in the event that they switched sectors.” In lots of situations, workers additionally started reassessing what they needed from work. In line with international McKinsey knowledge, 65% of those that stop finance or insurance coverage jobs prior to now two years left the business for good. In some circumstances, staff shifted from inflexible profession paths to extra versatile ones. “There isn’t all the time a lot development, innovation or meaningfulness behind finance jobs,” says Bailey. “The pandemic could have provided them an opportunity to experiment and take a look at a brand new profession that might be extra fulfilling.” Some staff leaving company jobs are switching to educating, says Alicia Hamilton-Morales, SVP of content material, neighborhood and model at online-learning platform Skillshare, primarily based in New York. “We’ve seen folks make profession pivots to artistic careers, leaving jobs as legal professionals to turn out to be full-time illustrators and [online] lecturers.” These already in purpose-driven careers can also look to change industries attributable to burnout. Naomi Rothwell-Boyd, founding father of career-change teaching enterprise Tribe and Search, primarily based in Brighton, UK, says a few of her shoppers, usually aged between 25 and 35, embody medical staff and lecturers. “These folks had been already stretched, then confronted even higher pressures as frontline staff and pushed to the max through the pandemic. Some have had psychological well being struggles: they need to depart their business however have a extra area of interest skillset that may be onerous to use elsewhere.” In these circumstances, staff typically search much less emotionally draining jobs which might be closely linked to their earlier profession. “Notably with secondary-school educating, we see those who depart use the topic they specialised in to do one thing associated,” says Rothwell-Boyd. “For instance, a historical past instructor may fit in a museum as an schooling officer.” Trade hopping is often simpler for information staff, says Rothwell-Boyd, in that…

  • PM returns house from India

    PM returns house from India

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Dhaka on Thursday night after wrapping up her four-day state go to to India. “A VVIP chartered flight of Biman Bangladesh Airways carrying the prime minister and her entourage members landed at Hazrat Shahjalal Worldwide Airport at 8:05 pm (BST),” Prime Minister’s Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim advised BSS. Earlier, the premier departed from the Jaipur Worldwide Airport, Rajasthan, India at 5:30 pm (native time) as excessive degree native authorities consultant and Bangladesh Excessive Commissioner to India Muhammad Imran noticed her off on the airport. Previous to leaving Jaipur, the prime minister supplied nafal prayers and munajat on the Khwaja Gharib Nawaz Dargah Sharif, Ajmer in India’s Rajasthan, looking for improvement, prosperity and welfare of the nation, its folks and the whole Muslim Ummah. Earlier, the prime minister reached Jaipur of Rajasthan from New Delhi to supply prayers on the Ajmer Sharif. Sheikh Hasina began her India tour by providing prayers on the much-revered Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah in New Delhi on September 5. Earlier than that, the Bangladesh premier arrived on the Palam Airport in New Delhi on September 5 as India rolled out the crimson carpet to welcome Sheikh Hasina. On the primary day of her India go to, Indian Exterior Affairs Minister Dr S. Jaishankar paid a name on the Bangladesh premier on the summit room of her Place of Residence, ITC Maurya Lodge in New Delhi. Sheikh Hasina had bilateral talks and a one-to-one assembly with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Hyderabad Home on the second day of her India go to on September 6. The Bangladesh premier was formally obtained by her Indian counterpart whereas a ceremonial guard of honour was accorded to her. After holding the bilateral talks, seven MoUs (Memorandums of Understandings) have been signed between the 2 neighbouring international locations that included an MoU on the withdrawal of 153 cusec water from the Kushiara River by Bangladesh. The 2 premiers additionally unveiled a number of tasks collectively taken by each international locations that included Unit-I of Maitree Energy Plant, a 1320 (660×2) MW supercritical coal-fired thermal energy plant at Rampal, Khulna. A joint assertion was issued later through which India supplied free transit to Bangladesh for exporting its merchandise to 3rd nation because the Bangladesh premier and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have reiterated their sturdy dedication to strengthening bilateral relations additional. On the identical day, Sheikh Hasina joined a luncheon hosted in her honour by the Indian premier. She additionally had separate courtesy calls on Indian President Droupadi Murmu and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar. The premier paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi at Raj Ghat on September 6. The following day, Minister for Growth of North Jap Area of India G. Kishan Reddy and Nobel laureate Kailash Shatyarthi had calls on the Bangladesh premier. Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi additionally paid a courtesy name on Sheikh Hasina at her palace of residence on the identical day. On September 7, the Bangladesh premier addressed a gathering with prime enterprise leaders and a ceremony for awarding “Mujib Scholarship” to direct descendants of troopers, officers of the defence forces of India, who have been martyred or critically wounded throughout the Liberation Warfare of Bangladesh in 1971. Supply: BSS

  • Everyone should purchase 100% literacy and abilities. District Administrator

    Everyone should purchase 100% literacy and abilities.  District Administrator

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  • Kohli’s first century in T20 profession

    Kohli’s first century in T20 profession

    Sports activities Desk | Enterprise Printed by: 09:35 PM, 8 September 2022 Virat Kohli, the proprietor of 70 worldwide centuries, didn’t get a century for 2 and a half years. Lastly he returned to his outdated harmful type. That too in a format the place he had no century earlier than. Kohli scored the primary century of his T20 profession at the moment in simply 53 balls within the Asia Cup regulation match. Afghan pacer Farid Ahmed was hit with a 4 and a six off two balls in a row. Kohli’s highest run in T20 to this point was an unbeaten 94*.India received off to an ideal begin after shedding the toss and batting on the Dubai Worldwide Cricket Stadium. Virat Kohli is the opening accomplice of Lokesh Rahul who changed Rohit Sharma because the captain. Each have been enjoying with their palms open. 52 runs got here within the powerplay. Kohli accomplished his thirty second profession fifty in 32 balls. And Lokesh Rahul scored fifty off 36 balls. Within the thirteenth over, Farid Ahmed broke the pair of 119 runs. Lokesh Rahul scored 62 runs in 41 balls with 6 fours and a couple of sixes. Then Suryakumar Yadav got here and hit Farid Ahmed for a six and was bowled on the very subsequent ball. Kohli was enjoying nice. The six off Rashid Khan off the final ball of the sixteenth over was a sight to behold. Within the nineteenth over, Kohli hit the Afghan pacer Farid Ahmed for 2 fours and a six in a row and scored the primary century of his T20 profession in 53 balls.Enterprise Bangladesh/BH

  • DG is the third director of ACC

    DG is the third director of ACC

    Three administrators of the Anti-Corruption Fee (ACC) have been promoted to the submit of Director Common. Additionally, 6 folks have been promoted to the submit of director and eight assistant administrators have been promoted to the submit of deputy director. ACC secretary on Thursday. This data is thought from the notification supply signed by Mahbub Hossain. These promoted to the submit of Director Common are – Akhtar Hossain, Mir Zainul Abedin Shibli and Syed Iqbal Hossain. He joined the then Anti-Corruption Bureau as District Anti-Corruption Officer in 1995. He was promoted as director in November 2015. In addition to, the promoted director is – SM Sahidur Rahman, Md. Lutfar Rahman, Mirza Zahidul Alam, Md. Farid Ahmed Patwari, Ritvik Saha and Md. Mosharraf Hossain Mridha. These promoted to the submit of Deputy Director are Shahidul Alam Sarkar, Md. AKM Bazlur Rashid, Syed Ataul Kabir, Md. Shahidul Islam Ethical, Md. Hafizur Rahman, Md. Aminul Islam, Md. Fazlul Bari and AKM Fazle Hossain. In the meantime, ACC Commissioner (Investigation) in response to the promotion. Zahurul Haque informed reporters that such a promotion has by no means been given within the historical past of ACC. By this, the picture of ACC will enhance and the dynamics will enhance. He stated, earlier, I’ve promoted 161 officers concurrently. This time, 17 posts together with three director generals, 6 administrators and eight deputy administrators had been promoted. On the identical time, the incident of three administrators being promoted has by no means occurred earlier than. Our officers and staff will likely be excited and inspired via promotion. Workers will work with honesty and integrity. The frustration of so many days will disappear. He additional stated, we have now given promotions following seniority. Those that dropped out dropped out for a wide range of causes. There have been varied studies in opposition to them since way back. That’s the reason we couldn’t contemplate them. Bangladesh Journal/Sujan/Raju

  • Queen Elizabeth’s docs involved for her well being

    Queen Elizabeth’s docs involved for her well being

    Members of the family rushed to be by the aspect of Queen Elizabeth after docs mentioned they have been involved concerning the well being of Britain’s 96-year-old monarch on Thursday, saying she ought to stay underneath medical supervision. The queen, Britain’s longest-reigning sovereign and the world’s oldest monarch, has been affected by what Buckingham Palace has referred to as “episodic mobility issues” because the finish of final yr. “Following additional analysis this morning, The Queen’s docs are involved for Her Majesty’s well being and have advisable she stay underneath medical supervision,” the palace mentioned in an announcement. “The queen stays comfy and at Balmoral.” Her eldest son and inheritor Prince Charles and his spouse Camilla have travelled to her Scottish house Balmoral Fortress, the place she is staying, alongside together with his eldest son Prince William, officers mentioned. “My prayers, and the prayers of individuals throughout the @churchofengland and the nation, are with Her Majesty The Queen in the present day,” Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, mentioned on Twitter. Final October, Elizabeth spent an evening in hospital and she or he has been pressured to chop again on her public engagements since then. On Wednesday she cancelled a digital assembly with senior ministers after being suggested to relaxation by her docs. The day before today she had been pictured appointing Liz Truss because the nation’s new prime minister at Balmoral, the fifteenth premier of her record-breaking reign. A palace supply mentioned rapid members of the family had been knowledgeable and performed down hypothesis that the monarch had suffered a fall. Elizabeth has been queen of Britain and greater than a dozen different international locations since 1952, together with Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and earlier this yr marked her seventieth yr on the throne with 4 days of nationwide celebrations in June. “I’ve been impressed by the kindness, pleasure and kinship that has been so evident in latest days, and I hope this renewed sense of togetherness might be felt for a few years to come back,” she mentioned on the time. Truss mentioned the entire nation could be deeply involved by the information. “My ideas – and the ideas of individuals throughout our United Kingdom – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her household at the moment,” she mentioned. Lindsay Hoyle, the speaker of the Home of Commons, interrupted an power debate in parliament to say he despatched his finest needs to the monarch. “Together with the remainder of the nation, I’m deeply frightened by the information from Buckingham Palace this afternoon,” opposition Labour chief Keir Starmer mentioned. Supply: Reuters

  • Record rains in Pakistan harm Mohenjo Daro archaeological website | History News

    Record rains in Pakistan harm Mohenjo Daro archaeological website | History News

    Islamabad, Pakistan – The devastating floods in Pakistan have precipitated vital harm to Mohenjo Daro, a well-known 4,500-year-old archaeological website within the southeastern Sindh province which UNESCO has declared a World Heritage website. The world in Sindh’s Larkana district acquired greater than 1,400mm of rain within the second week of August, damaging the protecting outer overlaying on the historic constructions, Abdul Fatah Shaikh, the director of archeology and museum for the provincial authorities, informed Al Jazeera on Wednesday. That quantity of rain, Shaikh mentioned, has not been recorded on the 250 hectares (650 acres) because the ruins had been found 100 years in the past in 1922. “The unique construction is secure by and huge, together with the stupa on the website. Nonetheless, the protecting layer, additionally referred to as mud slurry, that we deployed suffered a variety of harm, inflicting publicity of the unique partitions,” Shaikh mentioned over the phone from Karachi metropolis. Shaikh mentioned the harm was precipitated primarily as a result of heavy rains and that there was no flooding, however added that pressing remedial work is required. “The unique construction is now uncovered to the vagaries of nature and if instant conservation work isn’t began, it may well trigger irreparable harm,” he warned. Mohenjo Daro (‘Mound of the Lifeless’ in Sindhi language) – thought-about the very best preserved city settlement in South Asia – is located on the financial institution of the Indus River, with Larkana being the closest main metropolis 30km (18 miles) away. The ruins had been declared a UNESCO World Heritage website in 1980. Restore work beneath approach Shaikh rejected media reviews that claimed the positioning may very well be faraway from the heritage checklist after the rains broken it, saying there was no such instant threat. “If a website isn’t conserved or protected correctly, they’re given options to enhance. If the (UNESCO) committee isn’t happy, warning is issued to the host nation. Usually, these warnings are repeated for a number of years earlier than a website is moved to a ‘hazard checklist’,” Shaikh mentioned. He mentioned there are at the moment 52 World Heritage websites throughout the globe on the hazard checklist, however none of them are in Pakistan. “However this doesn’t imply that we grow to be complacent and go to sleep,” Shaikh mentioned, including that dozens of staff have begun the restore work. Restore work being carried out at Mohenjo Daro [Courtesy of Sindh government, Pakistan] “Many components of the positioning are actually uncovered to nature and we should work extraordinarily arduous and really urgently for conservation inside the subsequent six months. It can’t be dominated out that if we fail to ship, the positioning may very well be added on the hazard checklist,” he added. Mohenjo Daro, one of many distinguished cities of the Indus Valley Civilisation, is understood for its elaborate drainage and water administration programs. This, Shaikh mentioned, performed a job in making certain there was little or no standing water as floods hit the area. “The town of Larkana had 4 ft of standing water whereas at Mohenjo Daro, there was lower than a foot of it. It proved that the unique drainage system labored even 5,000 years after it was constructed,” he mentioned. The rains now threaten the famed archeological website courting again 4,500 years [File: Fareed Khan/AP] In the meantime, United Nations Secretary-Basic Antonio Guterres is predicted to land in Pakistan afterward Thursday “to attraction for the large help of the worldwide neighborhood to the Pakistanis, on this hour of want after the devastating floods that we’re witnessing”. “Immediately it’s Pakistan. Tomorrow it may be anyplace else,” he mentioned earlier than flying, referring to the worldwide threats brought on by the local weather disaster. The Pakistani international ministry issued an announcement on Thursday, confirming the arrival of Guterres. “The Secretary-Basic will journey to areas most impacted by the local weather disaster. He’ll work together with displaced households and first responders within the discipline, and oversee UN’s humanitarian response work,” the assertion mentioned. Shaikh mentioned the Pakistani authorities might use the UN chief’s go to to pitch for a worldwide marketing campaign to boost funds for Mohenjo Daro as nicely. “We’re additionally going to host a centenary perform to have a good time 100 years of discovery of Mohenjo Daro in Paris this November as a part of our Save Mohenjo Daro marketing campaign,” he mentioned. UNESCO mentioned it should assist Pakistan in repairing Mohenjo Daro damages [Courtesy of Sindh government, Pakistan] In a information assertion shared with Al Jazeera, UNESCO confirmed the company can be offering $350,000 to Pakistan to “assist recovering flood-damaged cultural heritage websites” together with Mohenjo Daro. In the meantime, authorities in Pakistan mentioned some cities in Sindh are nonetheless in peril of flooding after breaches had been made in Manchar Lake, Pakistan’s largest freshwater lake, to save lots of main city settlements. Mahesh Kumar, a authorities engineer in Sindh, informed Al Jazeera the cuts within the lake have decreased the water stage to under the hazard mark. Nonetheless, the breaches compelled the evacuation of a minimum of 100,000 individuals from the adjoining areas. In a single day, 12 extra individuals died because of the floods, bringing the full loss of life toll to 1,355 since June, 481 of them kids, the Nationwide Catastrophe Administration Authority mentioned. At its peak, the document floods had submerged one-third of Pakistan. Officers now concern the unfold of water-borne illnesses and different illnesses within the affected areas as individuals lack entry to scrub water or medicines. The UN in an announcement final week mentioned as much as 73,000 pregnant ladies are anticipated to ship subsequent month. Officers and local weather activists say Pakistan is a sufferer of local weather change because it contributes lower than one % of worldwide greenhouse fuel emissions however is among the many prime 10 nations most susceptible to excessive climate.

  • Higher Education Seminar at Comilla organized by ISU

    Higher Education Seminar at Comilla organized by ISU

    A seminar titled ‘Function of Non-public Universities in Higher Education in Bangladesh’ was held at Chhotulagaon Ladies’s School in Barura, Comilla. It was organized by the Worldwide Commonplace College (ISU) on Wednesday (September 7) afternoon. Principal, lecturers, mother and father and college students of Chhotulagaon Ladies’s School participated within the seminar. Appreciating the assorted initiatives of ISU to make the scholars work-oriented and environment friendly, the audio system stated that fashionable schooling system will information the gifted in the correct path. Moreover, greater schooling will likely be fruitful if personal universities give significance to work-oriented schooling. College students will develop into proficient. ISU Admission Director. Ghiyas Uddin stated, career-oriented schooling will enhance the life of scholars. It should contribute to the general growth of the nation. For this goal, ISU is offering high quality schooling appropriate for the twenty first century underneath the general supervision of expert lecturers. Chotulagaon Ladies’s School Coordinator Mohammad Rafiqul Islam, Principal Sabiha Sultana, Assistant Professor of Enterprise Administration Division of ISU spoke right now. Md. Shariful Islam, Lecturer Engineer of Textile Engineering Division. Moinul Islam, English division lecturer. Abdullah Al Mamun, former normal secretary of Barura Chhatra Kalyan Samity of Dhaka, Kamruzzaman Rimon, lecturer of Chhotulagaon Ladies’s School. Naimur Rahman Ratan Mondal, Md. Hossain Ahmed, ISU Admission Director. Ghiyas Uddin, Admission Officer Golam Rabbani and Assistant Director of Public Relations Raisul Haque Chowdhury.

  • Training on Electoral Roll Update Procedures

    Training on Electoral Roll Update Procedures

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  • BRAC is providing jobs as officers

    BRAC is providing jobs as officers

    Non-governmental growth group BRAC will appoint manpower for the put up of ‘Technical Officer’. candidates can apply until September 14. Identify of Establishment: BRAC Mission Identify: Training, HCMP Put up Identify: Technical Officer Variety of Posts: Not Decided Academic Qualification: Commencement/Put up Commencement Expertise: 02 years Wage: Negotiable Job Kind: Full Time Kind of Candidate: Male and Feminine Age: Not specified Job Location: Cox’s Bazar (Technaf/Ukhia) Utility Guidelines: candidates can apply by clicking right here. Utility Deadline: 14 September 2022 Bangladesh Journal/MS

  • Apple unveils new devices regardless of provide chain woes

    Apple unveils new devices regardless of provide chain woes

    Apple launched new smartphones Wednesday at costs much like latest fashions regardless of inflation and provide chain woes, whereas unveiling a premium digital watch with a price ticket to match. Whereas a 90-minute presentation on the firm’s California headquarters didn’t embrace any shock reveals, the tech big did unveil new digital identification system to obviate the necessity for a bodily sim card, studies AFP. The corporate’s latest smartphone, the iPhone 14, prices $799 for the bottom mannequin — the identical worth as the present model, whereas a premium iPhone 14 Professional Max will go for $1,100. The set of up to date merchandise, which additionally consists of new earbuds, is designed to maintain clients loyal to its profitable expertise ecosystem. “Apple continued its sturdy development within the first half of 2022, pushed by strong demand for the iPhone 13 — which was the best-selling smartphone worldwide,” stated Le Xuan Chiew, an analyst at Canalys. The flexibility to maintain the iPhone costs flat mirrored the advantages of diversifying the availability chain to India after China’s zero-tolerance Covid insurance policies crimped manufacturing there, the analyst stated. Wedbush analyst Dan Ives stated the launch occasion underscored Apple’s logistics power. “Taking a step again, launching 3 new core {hardware} merchandise throughout the Apple ecosystem regardless of the most important provide chain disaster seen in trendy historical past is a serious feat for Prepare dinner & Co. particularly with the zero Covid shutdowns in China seen in April/Might,” Ives stated. Options of the brand new iPhone 14 embrace a extra sturdy battery and new photographic capacities to seize “extremely vast” scenes and low-light settings. The telephones additionally comprise an “emergency SOS” operate to allow messaging to emergency companies when outdoors of Wifi protection. The iPhone 14 Plus is available in an enormous 6.7-inch (17-centimeter) display screen that provides a greater expertise when enjoying video games or watching movies. Firm officers touted new digital watch merchandise with enhanced options. The Apple Watch Sequence 8 — which may monitor physique temperature and different physique features — costs at $400. The corporate additionally unveiled the Apple Watch Extremely, priced at $800, which features a battery with sufficient lifespan for hardcore athletes “to finish a long-course triathlon,” in accordance with an Apple press launch. Neil Saunders, analyst at GlobalData Retail, described the brand new choices as having “incremental enhancements slightly than groundbreaking new improvements,” including that the corporate “has completed sufficient to drive demand by persuading shoppers to improve and bask in its new merchandise.”

  • Solomon Islands set to vote on election delay regardless of opposition | News

    Solomon Islands set to vote on election delay regardless of opposition | News

    Proposed invoice seeks to alter the structure to permit the subsequent common election to be delayed from 2023 till 2024. The Solomon Islands parliament was anticipated to vote on a invoice to delay the subsequent common election regardless of the objections of opposition social gathering members who’ve accused Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare of a “energy seize”. Sogavare instructed parliament he needed the laws to be handed on Thursday due to the chance of protests. The invoice seeks to alter the structure to permit the nation’s common election to be delayed from 2023 till 2024. Sogavare has argued that the Solomons can not efficiently host each the Pacific Video games and an election in 2023 due to logistical necessities. He had beforehand argued that it might be too expensive to carry the regional athletics assembly – for which China is constructing seven venues and stadiums – and a common election in the identical 12 months. Opposition members have questioned Sogavare’s justification for looking for to postpone the vote. Opposition chief Matthew Wale stated there was “by no means any want to decide on between holding the elections and internet hosting the Pacific Video games”. Voters he consulted had rejected the proposed delay, stated Wale, who described the rescheduling of the election as “an influence seize by the prime minister”. “I object to something that undermines the mandate, the position, and the place of the folks in decision-making affecting, particularly, a matter as necessary because the lifetime of parliament itself,” Wale instructed Al Jazeera. “What is going on now that considerations me is that Prime Minister Sogavare is so pro-China and clearly anti-US and its allies, that considerations me an incredible deal. It’s not good for the way forward for this nation,” Wale stated. The Solomon Islands has been on the centre of an intensifying geopolitical tug of warfare, with Australia, New Zealand and the USA fearing elevated affect from China after violent riots in opposition to Sogavare’s management broke out within the capital of Honiara final 12 months. The violence was partly a results of frustrations with Sogavare’s authorities and power unemployment. ‘Overseas interference’ Australia on Tuesday provided to fund the Solomon Islands’ subsequent election to permit it to proceed on time, a suggestion that prompted a rebuke from Sogavare who stated the timing of Canberra’s proposal amounted to “international interference”. He instructed parliament on Thursday he would nonetheless settle for Australia’s funding supply after parliament handed the invoice to delay the election. Controversy over the deliberate delay to the election comes amid concern amongst opposition events relating to Sogavare’s relationship with China because the nation went so far as suspending visits by the US Navy. Sogavare’s authorities struck a safety pact with China in April that permits Chinese language police to revive social order and shield Chinese language infrastructure initiatives within the territory. Cynthia Watson, an Asia Pacific analyst, instructed Al Jazeera that the prime minister seems to be making an attempt to “string out his reign” and is looking for causes as to why he could be higher at working the nation than the political opposition. Sogavare was additionally making an attempt to redraw the Solomon Islands’ relations with conventional allies, Watson stated. Such a transfer could also be “terribly short-sighted on the a part of the prime minister in placing all of his eggs within the China basket”, Watson stated, to the detriment of conventional allies reminiscent of Australia, and the US to a level. One other opposition member against delaying the election, Alfred Efona, stated the Pacific Video games shouldn’t be the explanation “for us to undertake any communist concepts, behaviours and approaches hostile to the best way we deal with our democratic practices together with the voice of the folks”. Sogavare has denied any democratic rules have been breached by altering the structure to delay the vote. Anti-government riots in November had been quelled by Australian police working with Solomon Island forces beneath longstanding safety preparations.

  • Knife assault in Canada: Second suspect useless

    Knife assault in Canada: Second suspect useless

    Myles Sanderson, 32, the suspected second attacker in a knife assault in Canada, has died. His automotive ended up on the facet of the street after a police chase. Later, when he was taken to the hospital, the physician declared him useless. The BBC reported the data in a report on Thursday (September 8). Rhonda Blackmore, assistant commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, stated at a information convention Wednesday night time that Myles Sanderson had damaged into a house and stolen a automotive the day before today and was driving round in it. After receiving the data, the police chased him for an entire day and he fell on the facet of the street together with the automotive and was injured. After taking him to the hospital, the physician declared him useless. At the moment, the police recovered a knife from the automotive. An post-mortem will likely be carried out on the physique. The police didn’t give any particulars about this. Earlier on Monday (August 5), the suspect Damien Sanderson (31), brother of Myles Sanderson, was discovered useless. Damien Sanderson’s physique was recovered from the James Smith Cree Nation, police stated. At the moment there have been damage marks on his physique. By the way, on August 4, 10 individuals have been killed in knife assaults in separate locations in Canada’s central Saskatchewan province. About 15 individuals have been injured on this incident. After the assault, two brothers, Damien Sanderson and Miles Sanderson, fled in a black ‘Nissan Rogue’ automotive. Following the incident, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police started trying to find them as suspects and launched photographs of the 2. At 8:20 a.m. on Sunday, native police issued an alert throughout the province of Saskatchewan to catch the 2 harmful brothers. Other than this, the identical warning was issued in two provinces Alberta and Manitoba. The stabbing victims have been admitted to varied hospitals. 10 injured individuals are nonetheless hospitalized. The situation of three of them is important. Supply: BBC

  • Today is International Literacy Day

    Today is International Literacy Day

    Today is International Literacy Day. Today is well known yearly on September 8 in its member international locations on the name of UNESCO, the United Nations Academic, Scientific and Cultural Group. Varied applications have been organized immediately in Bangladesh on this event. This yr the theme of the day is ‘Reworking Literacy Studying Areas’. The President gave a separate message on the event of the day. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. To be able to set up a high quality training system, the President known as on the federal government in addition to the native public representatives, non-governmental organizations, civil society to work collectively. Abdul Hamid. He mentioned, educated inhabitants is the wealth of the nation. Educated and expert persons are wanted to show Bangladesh into the golden Bengal of the daddy of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s dream. The federal government has taken multifaceted initiatives to attain this objective. In a separate message, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina mentioned that in mild of the tutorial philosophy of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the Awami League authorities has given the best precedence to the training sector and brought varied steps for its total improvement. He mentioned that as a result of adoption and implementation of assorted well timed applications undertaken by our authorities within the final 13 and a half years, commendable success has been achieved within the training sector. The training charge has elevated from 46.66 % in 2007 to 74.66 % at current. Within the speech, Sheikh Hasina additionally mentioned that our authorities has distributed a complete of 400 crore 54 lakh 67 thousand 911 copies of textbooks to the scholars from 2010 tutorial yr to 2022 tutorial yr. Aside from distribution of free books, varied forms of benefit scholarships, stipends are being offered. The variety of private and non-private universities within the nation has been elevated to a big extent to convey the advantages of upper training to the doorsteps of the individuals. On the event of International Literacy Day, a dialogue assembly has been organized on the Bureau of Non-Formal Schooling (BNFE) auditorium in Mohakhali on Thursday at 11 am. State Minister of Main and Mass Schooling can be current because the chief visitor. Zakir Hossain and senior secretary of the ministry will preside. Aminul Islam Khan. In addition to highlighting the importance and significance of the day, crore papers can be printed on at the present time. Discussions on Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Tv and personal tv channels and brief messages can be despatched to cell phones. It must be famous that the International Literacy Day was celebrated for the primary time on September 8, 1966 on the initiative of UNESCO. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman took the initiative to have a good time the day for the primary time in Bangladesh in 1972. Bangladesh Journal/OF

  • Hong Kong courtroom finds 5 responsible of sedition over sheep books | Politics News

    Hong Kong courtroom finds 5 responsible of sedition over sheep books | Politics News

    The 5 shall be sentenced on Saturday and face so long as two years in jail for publishing books that sought to clarify the democracy motion to kids. A Hong Kong courtroom has discovered 5 speech therapists responsible of sedition over a collection of illustrated kids’s books that portrayed the town’s democracy supporters as sheep defending their village from wolves. Prosecutors alleged the three image books, which sought to clarify Hong Kong’s pro-democracy motion to kids, unfold “separatism”, and stirred up ‘”hatred” and opposition to the federal government. Lorie Lai, Melody Yeung, Sidney Ng, Samuel Chan and Marco Fong, aged between 25 and 28 and all members of a speech therapists union, had pleaded not responsible. They selected to not testify through the trial or summon any witnesses when proceedings started in July. Their attorneys argued that the sedition offence was vaguely outlined and that every reader must be allowed to make up their very own thoughts about what the characters within the books signify. In addition they warned {that a} responsible verdict would additional criminalise political criticism and have a chilling impact on society. It’s the first time that the case of a seditious publication has gone to trial for the reason that protests that rocked the territory in 2019 and Beijing’s imposition of a nationwide safety regulation the next 12 months. The sedition regulation, which dates from colonial instances, had not been used since 1967 earlier than it was revived within the wake of the mass protests. The fees relate to 3 books aimed toward kids aged between 4 and 7 years outdated: The Guardians of Sheep Village, The 12 Heroes of Sheep Village, and The Rubbish Collectors of Sheep Village. Their plots relate to a number of real-life occasions, together with the 2019 protests, a failed try by a bunch of 12 protesters to flee to Taiwan by speedboat, and a strike by medical employees at first of the COVID-19 pandemic calling for Hong Kong to seal its border with China. In a written abstract launched on Wednesday, District Court docket Decide Kwok Wai Kin mentioned all three books had been seditious, not merely from the phrases “however from the phrases with the proscribed results supposed within the thoughts of the youngsters”. Senior Superintendent Steve Li, from Hong Kong’s nationwide safety police unit, holds the youngsters’s books that police mentioned had been seditious [File: Daniel Suen/AFP] “They are going to be instructed that in truth, they’re the sheep, and the wolves who’re attempting to hurt them are the PRC (Folks’s Republic of China) Authorities and the Hong Kong Authorities,” wrote Kwok, who’s on a panel of nationwide safety judges chosen by the town’s chief. The 5 shall be sentenced on Saturday. The sedition regulation carries a sentence of as much as two years in jail. In a press release in response to the decision, Amnesty Worldwide’s China campaigner Gwen Lee described the conviction as an “absurd instance of the disintegration of human rights within the metropolis. “Writing books for youngsters just isn’t against the law, and trying to coach kids about latest occasions in Hong Kong’s historical past doesn’t represent an try and incite rebel.” Earlier than the imposition of the safety regulation, Hong Kong loved appreciable freedom of expression and was residence to a vibrant media and publishing trade. However the sweeping crackdown within the wake of the 2019 protests has compelled many shops to shut, together with the massively standard tabloid Apple Day by day, whereas books have been faraway from libraries, and college curriculums had been rewritten to incorporate classes on the safety regulation for youngsters as younger as six. Many professional-democracy activists and politicians are both in jail, awaiting trial or have fled abroad, and dozens of civil society teams, together with a number of commerce unions, have closed down. Solely folks deemed “patriots” are allowed to carry workplace in Hong Kong.

  • The assistant was driving the ambulance of Satkhira Medical, misplaced management and hit a tree

    The assistant was driving the ambulance of Satkhira Medical, misplaced management and hit a tree

    Satkhira Medical Faculty Hospital’s Tk 20 lakh authorities ambulance was crushed in a highway accident whereas the motive force’s assistant was driving it. They had been rescued from the accident web site on Wednesday (September 7) and despatched to Dhaka by truck. The accident happened at Madanpur space of ​​Tala upazila round 4 pm on Monday (September 5). After investigation, it’s identified that Satkhira Medical Faculty (SAMEC) Hospital Authorities Ambulance (Dhaka Metro Ch-71-3000) is assigned to the motive force Bashir Uddin. As per guidelines he’s imagined to drive this automotive. However he didn’t drive the ambulance and gave it to his assistant Hasan. He was by no means seen driving the car. In addition to, it’s prohibited to hold corona sufferers, poisoning sufferers, gangrene sufferers and lifeless our bodies on this authorities ambulance. But it surely has additionally been alleged that Bashir transports every kind of sufferers on this ambulance by giving his helper a big sum of cash. On the day of the incident, the motive force of Samek Hospital took a physique from Bashir’s assistant Hasan Satkhira within the ambulance to the lock. On the best way again from there, the ambulance misplaced management in Madanpur space of ​​Tala Upazila and collided with a tree on the facet of the highway. Helper Hasan was significantly injured within the incident. He was secretly admitted to Samek Hospital. After the matter got here to mild, he was despatched to his residence in Labasa from Samek Hospital on Tuesday night time. When contacted to learn about this, ambulance driver Bashir of Samek Hospital admitted to the accident and mentioned that Hasan is a volunteer driver of Satkhira Medical Faculty Hospital. On that day, an accident occurred on the best way again from dropping a affected person to Khulna. Nevertheless, he denied taking the physique within the ambulance. Claiming that he’s liable for caring for all of the ambulances of Samek Hospital, he added, “If there aren’t any folks, I typically drive the automotive myself.” An worker of Samek Hospital, who didn’t wish to be named, mentioned that the ambulance was concerned in an accident right this moment as a result of helper as a substitute of the motive force. I do know that it was despatched to Dhaka by truck right this moment. In line with my data it was purchased 6 to 7 years in the past for 18 to twenty lakhs. Samek Hospital Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr. Abdullah Al Maruf mentioned that the automotive was being pushed by a volunteer driver named Hasan resulting from lack of manpower. Nevertheless, the reason for the accident might be investigated. Dr. Satkhira Medical Faculty (Samec) hospital director. Kudrat e Khoda mentioned that the ambulance, which fell in a highway accident and was damaged and twisted, has been despatched to Dhaka for restore. The ambulance was not purchased at my time, so I can not say something about its worth now. Whether or not the ambulance driver or another person was driving on the time of the accident might be investigated and motion might be taken.

  • A day after the disappearance, the kid’s physique was recovered from the water home

    A day after the disappearance, the kid’s physique was recovered from the water home

    Police recovered the physique of a kid named Hamidul Islam (5) from the water home of a constructing underneath building in Konabari Zarun space of ​​Gazipur metropolis. The physique of the lacking youngster was recovered on Wednesday morning. The deceased Hamidur is the son of Abed Ali of Dewakandi village of Munshiganj Sadar. He lives together with his dad and mom in a rented home in Salim Haji space of ​​Zarun. Confirming the matter, Konabari police station officer-in-charge Abu Siddique stated that Hamidul went lacking whereas enjoying at residence on Tuesday afternoon. Later, his kin searched the world however couldn’t discover him. On the subsequent Wednesday morning, native residents discovered the physique of the kid floating within the water of the constructing underneath building of native Habib. His kin recovered the physique after receiving the information. Later, the physique was despatched to Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Medical Faculty Hospital morgue for post-mortem. The precise explanation for demise shall be recognized after receiving the autopsy report. Bangladesh Journal/KA

  • Barack and Michelle Obama unveil new White House portraits | Joe Biden News

    Barack and Michelle Obama unveil new White House portraits | Joe Biden News

    The Obamas’ portraits are not like any others within the White House assortment by way of fashion and substance. Barack Obama and his spouse Michelle have returned to the White House for the revealing of their official portraits, greater than 5 years after the previous United States president left workplace. “Barack and Michelle, welcome dwelling,” President Joe Biden stated on Wednesday earlier than he invited the Obamas to the stage to unveil the portraits, drawing applause and a few gasps from the gang gathered for the occasion. Artist Robert McCurdy put the grey-suited ex-president on the centre of his canvas, in a photorealistic portrait with a white background that recollects earlier portraits he did of Toni Morrison and Nelson Mandela. The previous first woman is pictured in a blue gown within the White House’s Crimson Room, in a portray by Brooklyn artist Sharon Sprung. “It’s nice to be again,” Obama stated when it was his flip to talk, praising Biden — who served as his vice chairman — as somebody who turned a “true associate and a real pal”. “When future generations stroll these halls and lookup at these portraits, I hope they get an trustworthy sense of who Michelle and I had been,” Obama stated. “I hope they depart with a deeper understanding that if we may make it right here, possibly they will, too.” The official White House portraits of former President Barack Obama and former First Girl Michelle Obama. — Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) September 7, 2022 Usually, a former president returns for the revealing throughout his successor’s tenure, however Republican President Donald Trump‘s administration didn’t maintain a ceremony for the Obamas. Trump, earlier than profitable the 2016 election and succeeding Obama, was a longtime proponent of the “birther” motion that falsely recommended Obama was not born in the US and shouldn’t be president. Biden and first woman Jill Biden invited the Obamas again to their former dwelling. It was Michelle Obama’s first go to since her husband’s presidency resulted in January 2017. Obama himself visited in April to assist have a good time the anniversary of the key healthcare regulation he signed. The portraits of the Obamas don’t appear like any others within the assortment to which they are going to be added, by way of fashion and substance. McCurdy, the artist whom Obama chosen to color his portrait, stated the “stripped down” fashion of his work helps create an “encounter” between the particular person within the portray and the particular person taking a look at it. McCurdy additionally likes to current his topics with none facial features and standing towards a white background, which is how the previous president’s portrait was painted. Barack Obama and former first woman Michelle Obama through the unveiling ceremony [Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters] “They’ve plain white backgrounds, no person gestures, no person — there are not any props as a result of we’re not right here to inform the story of the person who’s sitting for them,” McCurdy informed the White House Historic Affiliation for the most recent version of its “1600 Periods” podcast. “We’re right here to create an encounter between the viewer and the sitter.” McCurdy works from {a photograph} of his topics, chosen from a whole lot of pictures. He spends a 12 months to 18 months on every portrait and stated he is aware of he’s finished “when it stops irritating me”. Obama’s portrait is destined for show within the Grand Lobby of the White House, the normal showcase for work of the 2 most up-to-date presidents. Portraits of Invoice Clinton and George W Bush at present cling there. In the meantime, Michelle Obama’s portrait probably will likely be positioned along with her predecessors alongside the hallway on the Floor Flooring of the White House, becoming a member of Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush. Each McCurdy and Sprung stated it was exhausting to maintain their work on the portraits secret: McCurdy stated it will not have been an issue “if it had not gone on for thus lengthy”, whereas Sprung stated she needed to flip the portrait to the wall every time somebody got here into her studio in New York.

  • In Begumganj, Matichapa strangled his elder brother to dying for ‘beating his mom’

    In Begumganj, Matichapa strangled his elder brother to dying for ‘beating his mom’

    Three days after killing and burying the physique in Noakhali Begumganj upazila, the police recovered the physique of a younger man named Noor Hossain Shakeel (25) by digging the bottom. The daddy and brother of the deceased have been arrested by the police on this incident. On Wednesday (September 7) at 7:30 within the night, the police recovered the physique from the north-east nook of the pond financial institution of Abdul Karim Haji’s home within the Lalpur space of ​​Ward No. 7 of the Mirwarishpur Union of the upazila. These arrested in reference to the homicide are the sufferer’s father Bashir Hossain alias Babul Mia (60) and youthful brother Emam Hossain (22). Earlier, final Saturday (September 3) at 11 pm, the members of the family obtained collectively and killed Noor Hussain Shakeel and buried the physique within the pond adjoining to the residence. In keeping with native sources, deceased Noor Hossain Shakil typically tortured the members of the family for numerous causes. As a consequence of these incidents, household quarrels come up. Due to this, the members of the family killed him and buried the physique within the pond subsequent to the residence. Officer-in-Cost (OC) of Begumganj Mannequin Police Station Mir Jahidul Haque Roni stated that Shakeel was killed by the members of the family on Saturday on account of a household dispute. After that, the physique of the deceased was buried within the north-east nook of the pond adjoining to the residence with out funeral. When the police requested the sufferer’s father Bashir Hossain alias Babul Mia about this, he stated that his son Shakeel left house in anger after not getting Tk 20,000. When the incident of his dying got here to gentle on Wednesday afternoon, the police went to the spot and located the reality of the allegations. Then the police dug the bottom and recovered the physique and introduced it to the police station. He additionally stated that the sufferer’s brother Emam Hossain instructed the police that the deceased Shakeel was hooked on medication. He beat up his mom Fatema Begum final Saturday at 10 pm for drug cash. This made his mom faint. Shakil was strangled by his brother Emam Hussain. Later, his father Bashir Hossain Babul Mia buried the lifeless physique on the financial institution of the pond at the hours of darkness of evening. The physique might be despatched to the 250-bed Noakhali Basic Hospital morgue for autopsy on Thursday morning. Preparations are underway to file a case on the police station. In the meantime, District Superintendent of Police Mohammad Shahidul Islam PPM visited the spot.

  • Jabir’s central library, pillow-pillow, go cooking!

    Jabir’s central library, pillow-pillow, go cooking!

    Jagannath College (JUB) Central Library has pillow-pillow system for finding out in addition to sleeping. They’ve turned the library right into a household kitchen. Cooking in unlawful electrical ovens reveals thumbs as much as college tips. On Wednesday (August 7), it may be seen on the bottom that an unlawful kitchen has been constructed behind a curtain on one aspect of the central library’s south aspect room. Cooking is completed inside with an electrical range. Unlawful electrical stoves are used to prepare dinner for the officers and staff in a thumbs as much as the college’s electrical energy saving tips. Along with the wastage of electrical energy, the training atmosphere of the library can be destroyed. The studying room subsequent door turned coated with smoke resulting from cooking. Workplace attendant Selima Khatun and guide sorter Sadia Samad Eva obstructed the journalist when he needed to see what was happening inside. They mentioned that they can not enter with out the permission of Sir. Trying inside, the workplace has been transformed right into a household kitchen. Many giant rice cookers and strain cookers are saved inside. Which consumes extra electrical energy. Selima Khatun, the workplace attendant on obligation and Sadia Samad Eva, the guide sorter, obstructed after they needed to take footage of the inside atmosphere. In addition they used indecency with the reporter. Later, the librarian. When Enamul met Haque and requested for permission to enter, he additionally refused. He mentioned, nobody is allowed to enter besides the instructor alone. If anybody desires to see, I can meet with the college administration after which give permission. Journalists will not be allowed to enter. He turned much more livid when reminded that journalists might go anyplace to gather his data and assist with knowledge safety legal guidelines. He mentioned, what occurred to the journalist? That is my workplace. I’ll comply with my guidelines. When requested if there’s a rule for cooking within the workplace, he mentioned, there is no such thing as a such rule. Everybody comes at 8 am, leaves at evening. That’s the reason cooking is organized. When requested concerning the college authorities taking on-line courses someday per week to avoid wasting electrical energy however ignoring it, cooking utilizing electrical home equipment and disobeying the directions of the college, he informed the journalist in a fierce language, “My workplace will run in line with my guidelines.” No time to obey anybody else’s legal guidelines. On the floor, additionally it is seen that the pillow-pillows are positioned on the desk on the entrance of the room. The query of why there can be kantha on the reception was additionally not answered. In the meantime, as per the principles of the college, lunch time is from 1 pm to 2 pm. However right here it ends at 3 pm. College students are informed to return after lunch after they go to numerous actions. Though the final time for lunch is 2 pm, that rule will not be adopted right here. An worker, who didn’t want to be named, mentioned that librarian Enamul Haque was late for lunch. That is why others additionally end lunch and prayers previous 3 pm. It’s identified that such irregularities are happening on the will of Enamul Haque. In the meantime, even at 3 pm, the places of work of a number of library officers have been discovered empty. Though the workplace hours have been until 4 pm, they left earlier than that. It’s alleged that such irregularities occur virtually day-after-day. Additionally, though 100 computer systems have been allotted from the college for e-library, their sensible use has not been seen. In response to a supply who didn’t want to be named, the library officers are utilizing the computer systems allotted for the library for private functions. Librarian Enamul Haque himself has taken a number of laptops of the library at house. In the meantime, the workers working within the library commonly misbehave with the scholars who go to check within the library. Workplace attendant Selima Khatun and guide sorter Sadia Samad Eva are accused of continually abusing and pushing college students. It’s to be famous that earlier allegations of ladies scandal have been made towards librarian Enamul Haque. Rumors of her ‘particular relationship’ with an worker of that workplace are rife. As the feminine worker was appointed on contractual foundation of the college, though there’s a rule to gather wage from attendance, this rule was not adopted with the cooperation of Enamul Haque. He additionally organized for girls to attend even when they didn’t attend with particular amenities. Librarian Enamul Haque paid the wage to the feminine worker regardless of her absence. There may be additionally an allegation of handing over the keys of the library to the contractual feminine worker. Then again, there are rumors that the lady employee will go to one place for 3 days. A number of sources, who don’t wish to be named, say that he’s giving particular privileges to the lady due to his illicit relationship. Bangladesh Journal/SK

  • Shafi Hossain Chishti Yusha’s fifth demise anniversary right this moment

    Shafi Hossain Chishti Yusha’s fifth demise anniversary right this moment

    Personal reporter Enterprise Revealed by: 09:38 PM, 7 September 2022 Shafi Hossain Chishti Yusha’s fifth demise anniversary right this moment eighth September. On today in 2017, he died of dengue fever (dengue shock syndrome) on the United Hospital in Dhaka whereas present process remedy. Shafi Hossain Chishti Yusha was the one little one of Sajjad Hossain Chishti, journalist and member of Bangladesh Awami League Central Info and Analysis Sub-Committee. On the event of his demise anniversary, Milad Mahfil, Koran Khatam and Kangali Bhoj have been organized at his village residence Comilla and Rampura in Dhaka. Everybody has been invited to attend the ceremony by the household of the deceased.

  • Getting married in a palanquin

    Getting married in a palanquin

    Ashikur Rahman Mithu, Mymensingh Enterprise Revealed by: 09:32 PM, 7 September 2022 It is half previous two within the afternoon. On the busy street, the groom was instantly seen going to the bride’s home with a four-wheeled palanquin among the many motorized automobiles. Within the digital period, there was a crowd of keen individuals on the busiest roads to see such a marriage scene. Sabuj Islam Jeeban is married to a palanquin, a conventional automobile of Bengal, a village misplaced within the evolution of time. His home is in Bagbati Union of Sirajganj Sadar Upazila. Sabuj Islam married Joli Khatun, daughter of Abdul Jalil Sheikh of Char-Mirakhor village of Bagbarti Union of Sadar Upazila. Sabuj received married on a palanquin to meet the dream of his father Shafiqul Islam. Locals stated that after a very long time, the groom got here driving in a palanquin for the marriage ceremony. Locals are additionally shocked by this. Presently, individuals collect at varied locations of the wedding home and the encircling roads to see the groom’s journey within the palanquin. Groom Sabuj Islam stated, father wished to get me married on a palanquin. I received married on a palanquin to meet my father’s dream. Palki is our custom. Though it’s now not seen. I traveled loads by bus, non-public automotive. However I had a variety of enjoyable driving the palanquin. Particularly the 4 beharas shifting the palanquin rhythmically – cherished it. Groom’s father Shafiqul Islam stated, “My grandmother’s dream was that I ought to get married on a palanquin.” However on the time of my marriage I couldn’t fulfill that dream as homes have been submerged in flood water within the space. Although my grandmother died, I all the time considered her. So I’ve not determined to get my eldest son married in a palanquin. I introduced a palanquin from Mathurapur space of ​​Dhunot upazila of Bogra district for a lease of 6 thousand taka. First, my spouse and I rode palanquins in our space. Then I went to groom my son and get him married.Sardar Paresh Das of Behara stated, because of the contact of modernity, there isn’t a extra demand for palanquins. Nevertheless it’s good to get a name generally. Although they’re busy with agricultural work all year long, the companions come working when the palanquin known as. Every bride journey earns from two thousand to seven thousand taka. Chairman of Khokshabari Union Parishad Rashidul Islam Rashid Molla stated that this distinctive marriage ceremony was organized to retain the just about extinct rural tradition with the consent of each households.

  • Four Cuban college students are going to India for a analysis convention

    Four Cuban college students are going to India for a analysis convention

    Four Cuban college students are going to India for a analysis convention the quilt the information Four Cuban college students are going to India for a analysis convention

  • UK chief Truss tackles key points in first parliament look | Politics News

    UK chief Truss tackles key points in first parliament look | Politics News

    British Prime Minister Liz Truss has dominated out a windfall tax on oil corporations to pay for her plans to sort out the vitality disaster. Talking throughout her first session of prime minister’s questions within the Home of Commons on Wednesday, Truss rebuffed opposition requires a brand new windfall tax, at the same time as she avoided explaining how she would fund a plan meant to assist the general public pay vitality payments skyrocketing due to Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The plan is anticipated to be delivered on Thursday. British information media reported that Truss deliberate to cap vitality payments. The fee to taxpayers of that step might attain 100 billion kilos ($116bn). “We shouldn’t be daunted by the challenges we face,” Truss stated in her first speech as prime minister on Tuesday. “As robust because the storm could also be, I do know the British persons are stronger.” “I’m towards a windfall tax,” she advised the legislators on Wednesday. “I consider it’s the improper factor to be placing corporations off, investing in the UK simply once we have to be rising the economic system.” Truss’s spokesman stated she wouldn’t cancel a windfall tax imposed in Could, however wouldn’t usher in a brand new one. She can be scrapping a beforehand introduced enhance in company tax from 19 to 25 %. ‘Tory fantasy’ Labour Social gathering chief Keir Starmer stated that amounted to handing billions to vitality corporations which have pocketed hefty earnings due to excessive vitality costs. As a substitute, the price of vitality value reduction should be paid by British taxpayers, he stated, branding Truss’s financial plans a “Tory fantasy”. Additionally on Wednesday, Truss advised lawmakers that she would get on and “repair” the settlement with the European Union masking post-Brexit commerce between Britain and Northern Eire, saying that was placing pressure on efforts to revive its meeting. “I wish to work with the entire events in Northern Eire to get the manager and meeting again up and operating,” Truss advised parliament. “However so as to do this, we do want to repair the problems of the Northern Eire protocol which has broken the stability between the communities in Northern Eire. I’m decided to get on in doing that.” Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons, reporting from London, stated that Truss stood her floor in parliament “Questions and solutions in Parliament is the massive check of any new prime minister. The precise finish consequence … jury’s out, actually. She did stand her floor. She did appear comparatively calm. She did reply again when it comes to the same old manner the prime minister would do the assaults upon her,” he stated. “Keir Starmer was focused in his strategy. He knew the place he might discover weak factors … however nobody actually had a killer blow on this trade. It wasn’t a disaster for both facet.” New cupboard Earlier on Wednesday, Truss held her first cupboard assembly, appointing a authorities various in race and gender and united in its assist for the brand new chief’s staunchly free-market views. Truss, 47, was appointed prime minister by Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday after successful an inside election to steer the governing Conservative Social gathering. She instantly put her stamp on the federal government, clearing out many ministers from the administration of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson – notably those that had backed her management rival, Rishi Sunak. Truss holds her first cupboard assembly at 10 Downing Road in London [Jeremy Selwyn/Pool via Reuters] She made Kwasi Kwarteng her Treasury chief, a key position for a cupboard whose inbox is dominated by the vitality disaster triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which threatens to push vitality payments to unaffordable ranges. Kwarteng is the primary Black holder of the job, formally titled Chancellor of the Exchequer. Truss ally Therese Coffey turns into the UK’s first feminine deputy prime minister and likewise leads the well being ministry because the state-funded Nationwide Well being Service grapples with hovering demand and depleted assets within the wake of COVID-19. For the primary time, not one of the UK’s “nice places of work of state” – prime minister, chancellor, international secretary and residential secretary – is held by a white man. James Cleverly, whose mom is from Sierra Leone, is international secretary and Suella Braverman, who has Indian heritage, has been named residence secretary, chargeable for immigration and legislation and order.

  • Distribution of sweets in Rajshahi College within the spirit of Dessera

    Distribution of sweets in Rajshahi College within the spirit of Dessera

    Rajshahi College has been chosen as the perfect within the nation within the outcomes of Nationwide College College Rating 2018. Since 2015, this college has gained the glory of being the perfect within the nation for the fourth time in a row. This success was celebrated with sweets distribution and rally. On this event, a pleasure rally was organized by Rajshahi College on Wednesday (September 7) at 10:30 am. Ranging from the Rajnikanth Sen Manch of the faculty, the Anand rally circled the whole campus and led to entrance of the administration constructing. On the finish sweets had been distributed among the many college students. Rajshahi College Principal Professor Moha was current on the Anand Rally. Abdul Khalek, former principal Prof. Habibur Rahman, Vice-Principal Professor Oliur Rahman, Secretary of College Lecturers’ Council Prof. Abdullah Al Mahmud, former Secretary of Lecturers’ Council Dr. Piyush Kanti Fauzdar together with Head of all Departments, school and college students. One instructor modified Rajshahi College On the finish of the rally, Principal Professor Moha. Abdul Khalek stated, Rajshahi College at all times thinks about constructive modifications in college students. The school administration is at all times working to realize the excellence of teacher-student relationship and benefit. The previous principal has a giant position behind this success right this moment. Work is underway with a view to sustaining that consistency and taking the success price to a better stage. Work is being achieved to make sure fashionable multimedia class rooms and different services for the scholars. This success of Rajshahi College has the constructive efforts of teachers-students, officers-employees, management of political and co-educational organizations, well-wishers and native public representatives. This continuity of success will stay intact by way of these efforts sooner or later as effectively.

  • Inauguration of ‘Clean Campus Campaign’ at Jobi

    Inauguration of ‘Clean Campus Campaign’ at Jobi

    A 3-day campus cleansing program was inaugurated right this moment with the voluntary participation of scholars of Jagannath College with the purpose of making a super clear campus. Throughout this marketing campaign, rubbish collected in numerous locations of the college was cleaned. This system was inaugurated on Wednesday (September 7) at 11 am organized by the Jagannath College “Setting Growth and Cleanliness Committee”. These actions will proceed on September 8 and September 19. Jagannath College Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. was current on the inaugural marketing campaign. Imdadul Haque. Presently, the Vice-Chancellor stated that we’ll current our small campus as a job mannequin to all different campuses within the nation by conserving it clear. We’re far forward of that objective I’ve made atmosphere and cleanliness committee. Abdul Quader, convenor of environmental growth and cleanliness committee and professor of geography and atmosphere division, stated, We take this initiative to make the atmosphere of the campus stunning and nice. Round 150 college students from numerous departments of the college have registered with us. After conducting this exercise for 3 days with them, in addition they stated to make a everlasting voluntary group. He additionally stated that regardless of the presence of cleansing workers of the college, the atmosphere may be very fragile in numerous locations and now we have no initiative to do that exercise with the curiosity of the scholars on this regard. Ahsan Habib Dolan, a pupil taking part in this system, stated that college students even have some accountability to maintain the atmosphere of our campus stunning. Having a nice environment within the class and a clear campus helps to extend focus in research. Presently, paper and polythene collected in numerous locations together with school rooms, seminars, stairs of all departments of the BBA constructing of the college have been cleaned. As well as, the treasurer of the college was additionally current within the marketing campaign. Kamaluddin Ahmed, basic secretary of the instructor’s affiliation. Lutfor Rahman, College Proctor Professor Dr. Greater than 50 college students volunteered with Mustafa Kamal, members of Setting Growth and Cleanliness Committee.

  • Bangladesh-India relations are greater than a strategic partnership

    Bangladesh-India relations are greater than a strategic partnership

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina stated the connection between Bangladesh and India is greater than a strategic partnership and has strengthened over the previous decade. He stated, after constructing a robust partnership during the last 50 years, each international locations are more and more engaged on wide-ranging sectoral cooperation. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who’s on a go to to India, stated these phrases at a ‘Mujib Scholarship’ awarding ceremony to the direct descendants of Indian Protection Pressure troopers or officers who had been martyred or significantly injured within the 1971 Liberation Conflict at a lodge ballroom in that nation on Wednesday. Noting that the decision of long-standing maritime and land demarcation points bore witness to that influence, he stated the connection is thought globally as a ‘function mannequin for neighborhood diplomacy’. He stated, 200 Mujib Scholarships, 100 on the tenth commonplace and 100 on the twelfth commonplace degree, are our greatest needs for the descendants of the Indian struggle veterans who made the supreme sacrifice for us in 1971. Sheikh Hasina stated, we categorical our gratitude to the Indian brothers who sacrificed their valuable lives and blood in our liberation struggle. It’s at all times a matter of pleasure for us to recollect those that have sacrificed their lives. My greetings to you, O courageous hearts, our heroes! Sheikh Hasina stated, as we’re eager to hold ahead the legacy of our nice forefathers from technology to technology, that is our humble effort to reconnect the youthful technology with that historic previous. The Prime Minister stated they believed that the scholarship recipients would have a possibility to revisit the heroic reminiscences of their forefathers, relate to the present scenario and proceed to construct bridges between the 2 international locations. He stated Bangladesh and India are crossing the trail of friendship and recalling the go to of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh to attend the historic celebrations of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s start centenary and golden jubilee, 2021 was a landmark 12 months in our relationships. fiftieth anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence and the institution of our diplomatic relations. The Prime Minister recalled with gratitude that the President of India had attended our fiftieth Victory Anniversary celebrations in Dhaka in December 2021. A number of joint packages had been organized to have a good time these events, he stated, together with the discharge of commemorative stamps of Bangabandhu and Mahatma Gandhi and Bangladesh-India friendship, Bangabandhu-Bapu digital exhibition and many others. Furthermore, the participation of Bangladesh contingent in India’s Republic Day parade was noteworthy. The Prime Minister stated that the co-production of the biopic ‘Mujib: The Making of the Nation’ on the biography of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is in progress and is predicted to be launched quickly. Bangladesh and India are collectively celebrating December 6 as ‘Friendship Day’, a historic day when India acknowledged Bangladesh as an impartial and sovereign state in 1971, he famous. He stated, ‘By this joint celebration, Bangladesh and India have proven to the remainder of the world the nice neighborliness constructed on mutual belief and respect.’ The Prime Minister stated, Bangladesh authorities has began a program to honor our overseas pals who contributed to our liberation struggle in 1971. Sheikh Hasina stated, we had been lucky to have the primary awarding ceremony in 2011 when the best civilian award of overseas pals ‘Bangladesh Freedom Award’ was given to former Prime Minister of India Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Later, extra awards got to Indian leaders together with one other former Prime Minister of India Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee and former President Shri Pranab Mukherjee. A complete of 340 overseas nationals and organizations have been honoured, he stated, noting that struggle heroes and members of Indian civil society had been additionally honored in phases. 226 of them are from India. The Prime Minister stated, “In April 2017, I had the glory of conferring awards on descendants and rapid members of the family of courageous warriors within the presence of Modiji in New Delhi. The Prime Minister appreciated the sort steps taken by the Authorities of India to supply help to our freedom fighters for his or her medical remedy in India in addition to offering scholarships to their members of the family. He stated it definitely reveals their continued help and goodwill for the struggle heroes of Bangladesh who fought for the event of an impartial and sovereign Bangladesh. Supply: Bass Bangladesh Journal/RK

  • Chelsea sack supervisor Tuchel after poor begin to season | Sports News

    Chelsea sack supervisor Tuchel after poor begin to season | Sports News

    Tuchel led Chelsea to Champions League glory in 2021 and the Membership World Cup crown earlier this yr. Thomas Tuchel has been fired by Chelsea, just one month into the season and simply days after the membership concluded a Europe-high spending spree of practically $300m within the switch window. The London membership mentioned in an announcement on Wednesday it had “parted firm” with the German, who led them to Champions League glory in 2021 and the Membership World Cup crown earlier this yr. The choice by Chelsea’s new possession, fronted by Los Angeles Dodgers part-owner Todd Boehly, got here a day after the workforce surprisingly misplaced to Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 in its first group match of the Champions League. Tuchel, who has been a annoyed and prickly determine after matches this season, mentioned “all the things is lacking” when he summed up Chelsea’s efficiency in opposition to Dinamo and complained that his gamers “lacked starvation”. 1 – Simply 350 days into his tenure as Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel turned the primary supervisor within the membership’s historical past to information the Blues to the ultimate of every of the League Cup, FA Cup and European Cup/UEFA Champions League. Specialist. — OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 7, 2022 Chelsea has misplaced two of its first six video games – to Leeds and Southampton – in an underwhelming begin to the Premier League that has seen the membership’s new signings fail to gel. The membership sits sixth, 5 factors behind leaders Arsenal. “As the brand new possession group reaches 100 days since taking on the membership, and because it continues its exhausting work to take the membership ahead, the brand new house owners imagine it’s the proper time to make this transition,” Chelsea mentioned in an announcement on Wednesday. Tuchel was in cost for a yr and a half, profitable the Champions League solely six months into his tenure. Chelsea light within the second half of final season – Tuchel’s solely full marketing campaign on the helm – and was eradicated within the quarterfinals of the Champions League earlier than ending third within the Premier League, 19 factors behind champion Manchester Metropolis. “On behalf of everybody at Chelsea FC, the membership want to place on document its gratitude to Thomas and his workers for all their efforts throughout their time with the membership,” the membership mentioned. “Thomas will rightly have a spot in Chelsea’s historical past after profitable the Champions League, the Tremendous Cup and Membership World Cup in his time right here.”

  • After killing his spouse, he ran away and obtained married, lastly he was arrested and sentenced to dying

    After killing his spouse, he ran away and obtained married, lastly he was arrested and sentenced to dying

    Accused sentenced to dying for killing his spouse. RAB-3 arrested Ujjal Pramanik after 16 years. The members of RAB-3 arrested him from Ashulia space of ​​Dhaka district on Tuesday (September 6) evening. Lieutenant Colonel Arif Mohiuddin Ahmed, commander of RAB-3, knowledgeable this data in a press convention at RAB’s media heart in Karwan Bazar of the capital on Wednesday (September 7) afternoon. Ujjal is a resident of Kaichar Dakshin Para village of Bogra Sadar police station. The captain of RAB-3 stated that Ujjal married a lady named Alo Begum in June 2006. On the marriage day, Ujjal and his household demand dowry. On that day, Alor’s father, Akbar Ali Sheikh, gave Tk 30,000 in money. After a month of marriage, Ujjal Pramanik demanded one other 50 thousand rupees to go overseas. There may be an arbitration assembly on this. Within the arbitration, Akbar Ali was pressured to pay 50 thousand rupees. Ujjal threatens to divorce Alo if he doesn’t pay the cash. tortured in varied methods. On August 1, 2006, Ujjal’s sister-in-law Nazmul Hossain Labu instructed Alo’s kin on a cell phone that Alo was significantly ailing. After getting the information, he went and noticed the physique of Alor. On this incident Alor Dulabhai Md. Jahangir Alam Bulu turned the plaintiff and made Ujjal Pramanik the primary accused, his mom Aliya Bewa, brother Hira Pramanik, sister Mocha. Beautiful Begum and sister-in-law Nazmul Hossain filed a case towards Labu at Bogra Sadar police station for assault and strangulation for dowry demand. After the case, all the household went into hiding. On July 24, 2022, the Bogra Ladies and Youngster Abuse Prevention Tribunal (1) sentenced accused Ujjal to dying. Other than this, the accused within the case acquitted the opposite 4 accused as the fees weren’t proved. fugitive life After the homicide, the accused Ujjal fled together with his mom Aliya Bewa to Gazipur Chaurasta. He began dwelling there hiding his identification. Later he began working as a carpenter in a neighborhood furnishings store. Deleted after six months. Ujjal married a lady named Nachima Khatun. He was presently dwelling with him in Gazipur. They’ve two sons aged 10 and three. Ujjal has minimize off all contact together with his kin and his residence in Bogra since his escape until now. However a couple of days in the past he got here to know via a relative that his dying sentence has been introduced because the accused within the homicide case. After getting the information, he hides together with his household in a rented home in Ashulia. On the premise of intelligence data, RAB-3 raid crew carried out a particular operation and arrested him from Ashulia.

  • Petrol pump fireplace in Bheramara, dying of another “rise to five

    Petrol pump fireplace in Bheramara, dying of another “rise to five

    Petrol pump fireplace in Bheramara, dying of another “rise to five the quilt Lead Information 4 Petrol pump fireplace in Bheramara, dying of another “elevated to five

  • Liz Truss shaped a shock cupboard

    Liz Truss shaped a shock cupboard

    The newly elected Prime Minister of the UK, Liz Truss, rapidly organized his cupboard after taking workplace. Truss dropped most ministers from outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s cupboard. Positioned his long-time shut buddies. Unprecedentedly, non-whites are nearly all of influential positions within the Truss cupboard. Liz Truss met British Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Fortress in Scotland on Tuesday after being elected. The Queen provides Truss the go-ahead to type a authorities because the UK’s new Prime Minister. After that he began forming the cupboard. Liz Truss has appointed Kwasi Kwarteng, who is thought to be near her Ghanaian descent, as the brand new finance minister. In consequence, Britain obtained the primary black finance minister within the nation’s historical past. In the meantime, former Lawyer Basic Suella Braverman of Indian origin has been appointed as the brand new Dwelling Minister. He succeeded Preeti Patel. His mother and father immigrated to the UK from Kenya and Mauritius almost six many years in the past. However Suella’s mother and father are each of Indian origin. His mom Uma was a Tamil Hindu and his father Christy Fernandez’s household lived in Goa. Then again, the UK additionally obtained the primary black international minister. Liz Truss has appointed James Cleverley to the essential submit. Though James’ mom is from Sierra Leone, his father is white. Former Equality Minister Kemi Badenoch of Nigerian origin has been given the cost of Commerce Minister. Ranil Jayawardene has been given the duty of Surroundings Minister. His mom is Indian and his father is Sri Lankan. His long-time buddy Therese Coffey has been appointed deputy prime minister in Truss’s cupboard. On the similar time, Therese will deal with the duty of the nation’s well being minister. The Truss appointed Jacob Rees-Mogg because the UK’s new minister for enterprise, power and industrial technique. Michelle Donnellan has been appointed because the Minister of Tradition. Iraqi-born Nadeem Zahawi has been appointed because the Minister of Intergovernmental Relations and Equality. Leveling Up Minister Simon Clarke. As well as, Keith Malthouse has been given the duty of Training Minister. Ben Wallace obtained the submit of Protection Minister. Work and Pensions Minister Chloe Smith, Transport Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan and Justice Minister Brandon Lewis. James Blissful turned Minister for the Armed Forces, Graham Stewart took cost of the Local weather Ministry and Edward Argar turned the brand new Paymaster Basic. Chris Heaton-Harris, Secretary of State for Northern Eire, Secretary of State for Scotland Alastair Jack and Secretary of State for Wales Sir Robert Buckland have been appointed to the Truss Cupboard. Jake Berry turned Tory chairman and minister with out workplace. Wendy Morton turned the primary feminine Conservative Chief Whip In the meantime, Alok Sharma of Indian origin has change into COP president. As well as, Penny Mordaunt turned the chief of the Home of Commons and Lord True turned the chief of the Lords. Supply: BBC Bangladesh Journal/MR

  • Whether mom’s second husband will be known as father or not

    Whether mom’s second husband will be known as father or not

    Within the question-and-answer program on Islam, the distinguished scholar Dr. Mohammad Saifullah. He mentioned, mom’s second husband will be known as father. No drawback with that. You possibly can name me father. It’s permissible. However he isn’t a father. You can’t confer with him as father in your id. One other subject known as for right here is the problem of id. When your introduction comes you’ll introduce your father. Within the case of id, it’s important to discuss your father. He additionally mentioned, if you don’t determine your father, then it’s kufr. Any baby ought to know the id of his father. Failure to take action is a critical crime. However if you wish to respect somebody, you possibly can name them father, father, father. No drawback with that. There isn’t a deviation in calling.

  • Russia blames the US for the fuel disaster in Europe

    Russia blames the US for the fuel disaster in Europe

    Russia blames the US for fuel provide disaster in Europe. On Tuesday, the Russian International Ministry blamed Washington for the incident. They declare that the USA has pushed Europe to the ‘suicidal’ step of decreasing financial and power cooperation with Moscow. By doing so, the nation has fueled Europe’s fuel provide disaster. In a report on Wednesday, the UK-based media outlet Reuters reported this information. Europe is dealing with its worst ever scenario with a fuel provide disaster centered on the Ukraine warfare. Gasoline costs have elevated. Within the meantime, the Russian state-owned firm Gazprom introduced the suspension of fuel movement to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline from August 31 to September 3 concerning the restore work. However Moscow’s delay in restarting provides even after that deadline has raised considerations. Gazprom claims that the fuel pipeline Nordstream-1 needed to cease the provision as a consequence of a brand new leakage. And it isn’t doable for them to repair any time-frame as to when the provision will resume. Western international locations say that Moscow is definitely taking part in with the power disaster by speaking about repairing the pipeline. The US has straight accused Russia of utilizing power as a weapon. On the identical time, the Biden administration has introduced cooperation with the area to make sure ample provides to Europe within the coming winter. Requested concerning the challenge, Russian International Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova advised Reuters, ‘You might be asking me questions that even kids know the reply to. Those that began it should end it.’ Maria Zakharova stated that the USA has lengthy wished to interrupt the connection between main European powers corresponding to Russia and Germany within the power sector. However Moscow has been often called a dependable provider of power since Soviet occasions. In the meantime, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev stated that Berlin has no proper to criticize Moscow for its determination to droop fuel exports to the Nord Stream pipeline. He commented that Germany is behaving like an enemy. In a submit on Telegram, he stated, Berlin has already imposed sanctions on Russia and its folks. Not solely that, they’re sending deadly weapons to Ukraine to be used towards our forces. Their conduct is nothing wanting hybrid warfare. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stated earlier than the feedback of the previous president of Russia that Berlin now not sees Moscow as a provider of oil and fuel. Medvedev stated this by way of that. In the meantime, German Chancellor Olaf Schultz has introduced a brand new package deal to satisfy the power wants of his nation’s residents. Asserting further measures value 64.7 billion to stave off inflation, he stated Russia was now not their dependable power companion. Germany complains that Russia is definitely taking part in politics with fuel.

  • Markets that are closed on Wednesday within the capital

    Markets that are closed on Wednesday within the capital

    Daily now we have to go someplace for pressing wants. Let’s know that the outlets and markets in some areas of the capital might be closed on Wednesday. Areas the place outlets are closed Bashundhara Residential Space, Center and North Badda, Jagannathpur, Baridhara, Satikkul, Shahjadpur, Nikunj-1, 2, Kuril, Khilkhet, Uttarkhan, Dakshinkhan, Joar Sahara, Ashkona, Airport Highway and Uttara to Tongi Bridge. Markets that might be closed Jamuna Future Park, Nurunvi Tremendous Market, Public Works Centre, Unity Plaza, United Plaza, Kushal Centre, AB Tremendous Market, Ameer Advanced, Mascot Plaza. Bangladesh Journal/KA

  • Chile’s Boric reshuffles cupboard after new structure rejected | Elections News

    Chile’s Boric reshuffles cupboard after new structure rejected | Elections News

    President Gabriel Boric modifications management of six ministries in first cupboard shake-up since he took workplace in March. Chile’s President Gabriel Boric has shaken up his cupboard, lower than 48 hours after he was dealt a convincing blow when residents overwhelmingly rejected a brand new progressive structure he had championed. Boric, 36, modified the management of six authorities ministries on Tuesday within the first cupboard shake-up since he grew to become Chile’s youngest president in March. “I’m altering this cupboard, fascinated with our nation,” stated Boric, qualifying the modifications as “painful however mandatory”. “That is, possibly, I don’t suppose I’ve to cover it, some of the politically tough moments that I’ve needed to face,” he added. The shake-up doesn’t come as a shock, as Boric, who had been a giant proponent of adopting the proposed structure, had previewed there could be modifications coming to his administration throughout a televised tackle on Sunday evening. Chile’s President Gabriel Boric shook up his cupboard on Tuesday [Luis Hidalgo/AP Photo] He addressed the nation shortly after the referendum outcomes confirmed Chileans had voted overwhelmingly in opposition to the proposed structure. Practically 62 % of voters rejected the textual content, which was set to interchange a Pinochet-era Magna Carta, in contrast with nearly 80 % who voted to draft a brand new one in 2020. Izkia Siches, the previous inside minister, was the most important identify to depart the cupboard however most likely probably the most anticipated as her tenure had been marked by controversy. Carolina Toha is taking her place. One other robust Boric ally, Giorgio Jackson, was faraway from the submit of secretary common of the presidency and can tackle the function of social growth minister; Ana Lya Uriarte is taking his place. Boric additionally swore in new well being, power and science ministers. In the meantime, a whole bunch of scholar protesters demanding a brand new constitutional conference amassed exterior La Moneda presidential palace earlier than the cupboard reshuffle on Tuesday. Police dispersed them with water cannons and tear fuel. Boric stated he plans to draft a brand new structure with assist from Congress and different political factions. The opposition had stated they had been anticipating modifications to Boric’s workforce, with some conservative leaders refusing to satisfy with the president to start speaking a couple of new constitutional course of till there was a change in his authorities. Boric poses with new Inside Minister Carolina Toha at La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago [Luis Hidalgo/AP Photo] Though polls had predicted Chileans would vote in opposition to the proposed structure, the 24-point margin of victory for the rejection camp was a surprising repudiation of a doc that was three years within the making. “We should hearken to the voice of the individuals and stroll alongside the individuals,” Boric stated. The method of writing the structure that Chileans rejected on Sunday started in 2019 when the nation exploded in student-led protests, sparked by a hike in public transportation costs that rapidly morphed into broader calls for for higher equality and extra social protections. The next yr, simply lower than 80 % of Chileans voted in favour of adjusting the structure. Then in 2021, they elected delegates to a constitutional conference to write down a brand new constitution that might change the one imposed by a navy dictatorship led by Common Augusto Pinochet 41 years in the past. Regardless of the rejection, political leaders on all sides, in addition to Chileans as a complete, largely agree that the structure wants to alter, nevertheless it stays unclear how a brand new proposal will likely be written. No matter doc the brand new conference comes up with can be more likely to be far much less bold than the 388-article proposed constitution. The constitution draft characterised Chile as a plurinational state, would have established autonomous Indigenous territories, prioritised the setting and gender parity, and launched rights to free training, well being care and housing, amongst different points.

  • Indian cargo ship underneath transit at Chittagong port

    Indian cargo ship underneath transit at Chittagong port

    A ship carrying an Indian container has arrived at Chittagong port underneath transit settlement with Bangladesh. The vessel MV Trans Samudera arrived at Chittagong on Tuesday (September 6) night time from Kolkata’s Shyamaprasad Mukherjee port to move items to India’s Assam by way of Bangladesh territory. This data has been knowledgeable in a press launch despatched from the Indian Excessive Fee in Dhaka. In response to the notification, this motion of cargo is a part of the trial run undertaken to implement the settlement on the usage of Chittagong and Mongla ports for cargo transportation signed between India and Bangladesh in 2018. The trial run is being carried out on the Chittagong-Sheola-Sutarkandi route by Tata Metal and CJ Darkal Logistics Restricted. There are eight authorised routes for transportation of products underneath the settlement. Chittagong-Mongla port to Akhaura by way of Agartala, Chittagong-Mongla port to Tamabil by way of Dawki, Chittagong-Mongla to Sheola to Sutarkandi, Chittagong-Mongla port to Bibirbazar to Srimantpur and vice versa on 4 routes. A (SOP) was signed to implement the settlement throughout Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s go to to India in 2019. The primary trial run on the Chittagong-Akhaura-Agartala route underneath the settlement was efficiently carried out in July 2020. The place two TMTs of metal and grain in 4 containers have been despatched from Kolkata to Agartala by way of Chittagong. The notification additionally knowledgeable that the transit/transshipment of products underneath this settlement will cut back the fee in addition to the time of transporting the products to the north-eastern states of India. Bangladesh may even profit economically. Solely Bangladesh vans can be used for transshipment. A trial run on Dauki-Tamabil-Chittagong route could also be carried out quickly. A call can be taken after conducting trial runs on all routes sanctioned underneath the contract. In response to the settlement reached between the Authorities of Bangladesh and India earlier this yr, Bangladesh will take measures as soon as the trial runs are accomplished for dealing with the products underneath the contract and for normal motion.

  • 5 arrested in Chittagong for occupying expatriate’s land

    5 arrested in Chittagong for occupying expatriate’s land

    5 arrested in Chittagong for occupying expatriate’s land the duvet Lead Information 5 5 arrested in Chittagong for occupying expatriate’s land