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Meghna continues to wreak havoc in Chandpur
Erosion by the Meghna river continues unabated in Harishava area in Puranbazar of the district town forcing hundreds of people to transfer their belongings to safe areas on Sunday evening In a visit to the area the (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
China yuan weakens after signs of stability calm markets
China s yuan weakened again Wednesday after hopes among financial traders that the decline was stabilizing helped to calm jittery global markets The currency edged down to 7 0488 to the U S dollar about 0 4 (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Redrawn map may set off more change in Indian-ruled Kashmir
India is redrawing its political map again Parliament has approved a proposal by the Hindu nationalist-led government that strips statehood from Jammu and Kashmir its only Muslim-majority state splitting the region into two union territories (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Car crash in Cairo sets off fire at hospital kills 19
A multiple-car crash set off an explosion that ignited a fire at Egypt s main cancer hospital and caused 19 deaths the government said The health ministry said 30 others were injured by the crash near Cairo s (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Maritime ports asked to keep hoisted signal No 3
Maritime ports of Chattogram Cox s Bazar Mongla and Payra were advised to keep hoisted local cautionary signal number three on Wednesday because of a deep depression over the Bay One to two feet high (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
DSE market capitalization drops Tk 20 billion
The total market capitalization on Dhaka Stock Exchange DSE country s prime bourse dropped Tk 20 billion on Monday from the previous day s figure amid the current bearish trend in the capital market According (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Dengue turns dangerous
A record number of new dengue patients has been hospitalized in the 24 hours to Monday morning in Bangladesh As many as 2 065 new dengue patients were hospitalized to hospitals across the country from 8am Sunday to 8am (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Hong Kong protesters paralyze city
Police fired several volleys of tear gas at black-clad protesters who had gathered at multiple locations in Hong Kong on Monday Aug 5 afternoon as the campaign against the government enters a new phase with citywide (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
India revokes special status for Kashmir
India s government revoked the part of the constitution that gives Indian-administered Kashmir special status in an unprecedented move likely to spark unrest Former Jammu and Kashmir chief ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti were on (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
BPL drama continues
Its scandalous past seasons still quite fresh in memory the money-spanning Bangladesh Premier league BPL and controversy are synonymous with each other which often makes murmur among fans nbsp nbsp Two claimers of (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
India eye clean sweep over West Indies
India will be looking complete a whitewash over the West Indies when the two teams clash in the third and final match of a three-match T20 series at the Providence Stadium in Guyana today India took an unbeatable (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
City beat Liverpool on penalties to win Community Shield
Manchester City fired the first shot in their battle for supremacy with rivals Liverpool on Sunday as they snatched the Community Shield with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win after a 1-1 draw at Wembley Raheem Sterling gave City a (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
100 wounded in car bomb attack on Kabul police
A car bomb exploded on Wednesday outside a police station in the Afghan capital Kabul wounding at least 95 people government officials said and the Taliban claimed responsibility There has been no let-up in violence (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Gang rape 2 railway policemen withdrawn
Two railway policemen including the officer-in-charge of Khulna Government Railway Police GRP Station were attached to the GRP Lines for their suspected involvement with the reported gang-rape of a woman The action was taken against (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Murder suspect killed in Jashore gunfight
A man accused in a murder case was killed in a reported gunfight with police at Mahidia in the Sadar upazila on early Wednesday The deceased was identified as Shishir Ghosh 30 son of Nitya Ghosh of (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
BTRC cancels 124 VSP licences
Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission BTRC cancelled licences of 124 Voice over Internet Protocol Service Providers VSPs Zakir Hossain Khan Senior Assistant Director of BTRC said a letter in this regard issued on (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Apple invites select users to apply for its credit card
Apple sent out invitations on Tuesday to some select users to apply for its credit card released in partnership with investment bank Goldman Sachs The users who got the chance to first try the Apple Card had filled out (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
No need to spray ineffective insecticide Quader
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday asked the authorities concerned to refrain from spraying ineffective mosquito medicines Effective insecticide will arrive in Dhaka within two to four days and during this period (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Britain signs 425 million Typhoon engine contract
Britain has signed a 350 million pound 425 million contract with Rolls-Royce to provide maintenance for the engines of Typhoon fighter jets The 346 7 million pound contract will provide maintenance support for the EJ200 (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
City beat Liverpool on penalties to win Community Shield
Manchester City fired the first shot in their battle for supremacy with rivals Liverpool on Sunday as they snatched the Community Shield with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win after a 1-1 draw at Wembley Raheem Sterling gave City a (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
UK s Labour calls for investigation
Britain s opposition Labour Party on Monday called for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to investigate his finance minister Sajid Javid s role in financial misconduct during his previous career as a banker before entering politics Labour s finance (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019
Huawei sees China smartphone sales surge
When 23-year-old Chinese student Aaron Huang started his hunt for an Android replacement for his Apple iPhone in April this year it was clear which brand was trying hardest to win him over Promotional campaigns by Huawei (...)
The Asian Age - 7 August 2019



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