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The BNP is increasingly finding itself friendless in the developed, democratic world, Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said. His comments came at a press conference in Saturday after BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir expressed his disappointment over the role of the US in the upcoming parliamentary election.


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Kamal Hossain, the chief of the Jatiya Oikya Front, has avoided a direct reply to the question whether they will revive the caretaker government system if they win the election. The demand for a nonpartisan election-time government was mainly pressed by the BNP, a key ally of the Kamal-led opposition alliance. Kamal says they will follow the fundamental principles of the constitution if they get the people’s mandate to form the next government.


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Violent clashes between Tabligh Jamaat’s Delhi Markaz and Deoband Madrasa factions over the Ijtema planned in Tongi have left a 70-year-old man dead and more than 200 others injured. The clashes blocked the side of Airport Road headed to Tongi, leading to heavy traffic congestion and causing difficulties for people travelling abroad and long-haul passengers on Saturday.


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Mobile-phone operator Banglalink has launched its new number series ‘014’. Regulator BTRC’s Acting Chairman Jahurul Haque made the first call from a ‘014’ number to Posts, Telecom and IT Minister Mustafa Jabbar at the launching event at the company’s headquarters in Dhaka on Thursday.


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The government has posted Harunor Rashid as superintendent of police in Narayanganj, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has said, expressing worries over the move ahead of the election. The Narayanganj SP, whose wife is an MP, has been replaced by Mr Harun. The situation is like out of the frying pan into the fire,” the BNP secretary general told a news conference in Dhaka on Friday. He repeated the allegation that the Election Commission was working on orders from the government.


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BNP frontrunner for Sylhet-1 seat Enam Ahmed Chaudhury has met the Awami League candidate AK Abdul Momen and his brother AMA Muhith at the latter’s home in the north-eastern city. The two candidates for the constituency agreed during the meeting on Thursday that the political harmony in the area should not be upset centring the election.


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The High Court has stayed the conviction and six-year jail term of the BNP’s Jashore-2 candidate Sabira Sultana. It means there is no bar on her to contest in the parliamentary election, Aminul Islam, the lawyer for Sabira. Justice Md Rais Uddin passed the orders on Thursday on Sabira’s plea seeking a halt on the conviction and sentence delivered by the trial court. The High Court ruling is expected to fuel a political debate ahead of the elections.


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BNP leader Nazrul Islam Khan has said the Jamaat-e-Islami also has freedom fighters as members and he sees no problem in nominating their leaders for the election. “Let us assure you that we will not allow any war criminal to use the ‘paddy sheaf’ symbol,” Nazrul said at a news conference in Dhaka on Thursday.


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Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda has claimed the December election will be competitive as everyone expected. None of the nomination seekers in 300 seats have ‘violated’ the election code of conduct, Huda said as he expressed his belief that the Dec 30 election will be a participatory one. The CEC spoke during a training workshop with government officials who will perform election duties. “We expected this to be a competitive election which has been fulfilled. We expected a participatory election and the overall environment has been created for that.”


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In 2009, The Economist wrote about an up-and-coming global power: Brazil. Its economy, the magazine suggested, would soon overtake that of France or the UK as the world’s fifth largest. São Paulo would be the world’s fifth-richest city. Vast new reserves of offshore oil would provide an added boost, complemented by the country’s robust and sophisticated manufacturing sector. To illustrate the point, the magazine’s cover featured a picture of Rio de Janeiro’s “Christ the Redeemer” statue taking off from its mountaintop as if it were a rocket.


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Rising heat and wilder weather linked to climate change make it "the biggest global health threat of the 21st century", with hundreds of millions more people already suffering in the last two decades, medical officials warned Wednesday. In a hard-hitting report published by The Lancet medical journal, scientists and health experts said climate change impacts - from heatwaves to worsening storms, floods and fires - were surging and threatened to overwhelm health systems.


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The Chinese government on Thursday ordered a temporary halt to research activities for people involved in the editing of human genes, after a Chinese scientist said he had edited the genes of twin babies. Scientist He Jiankui said this week that he used a gene-editing technology known as CRISPR-Cas9 to alter the embryonic genes of the twin girls born this month. He is announcement, which has not been verified, sparked an international outcry about the ethics and safety of such research.


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Hate crimes in Canada increased 47 percent in 2017, primarily targeting Muslims, Jews and black people, according to figures released by the country's statistical agency on Thursday. The biggest increase was in crimes targeting Muslims, Statistics Canada reported, in a year that saw a deadly mass shooting in a Quebec mosque, followed by a government motion to study Islamophobia that itself sparked anti-Muslim sentiment.


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Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko accused Russia is Vladimir Putin of seeking to annex his entire country and called in interviews with German media for Chancellor Angela Merkel to come to Kievs aid in the crisis. Russia seized three Ukrainian navy ships and their crews on Sunday near the Crimean peninsula, which Moscow annexed in 2014, over what it said was their illegal entry into Russian waters - a charge Ukraine strongly refutes.


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More than 250 runners cheated at last weekend's half-marathon in Shenzhen including many who took shortcuts, Chinese state media said on Thursday, calling it "deeply shameful". Marathon and leisure running is growing fast in China despite the pollution which often blankets major cities, with participants donning the latest fashionable gear and wearable technology.


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Facebook on Wednesday said it considered charging application makers to access data at the social network. Such a move would have been a major shift away from the policy of not selling Facebook members information, which the social network has stressed in the face of criticism alleging it is more interested in making money than protecting privacy.


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China will widen market access for foreign investors and step up protection of intellectual property rights, China's president Xi Jinping said on Wednesday ahead of the G20 meeting of world leaders in Argentina.


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Chief election commissioner KM Nurul Huda on Thursday said a competitive and participatory election environment has been created for all the parties ahead of the next parliamentary polls, reports.


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The High Court on Thursday asked the son and daughter of former mayor Dhaka City Corporation (DCC) and BNP leader Sadek Hossain Khoka to surrender before the judicial court within four weeks in a case filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission. The HC bench of justice Md Nazrul Islam Talukder and justice KM Hafizul Alam passed the order rejecting two petitions filed for bail in advance.


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Some Jatiya Party nomination aspirants have accused its Chairman HM Ershad and Secretary General ABM Ruhul Amin Howlader of taking big money in return for handing nomination for the election. Some of the leaders also alleged they did not get selected even after paying the party’s top brass. Howlader has refuted the allegations, saying the accusers themselves “had taken money from someone else to mar the party’s image”.


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Three US service members were killed and three wounded when an improvised explosive device detonated on Tuesday near the central Afghan city of Ghazni, the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said in a statement. The Taliban, which control large parts of Ghazni province, claimed responsibility for the attack, which also wounded an American civilian contractor.


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Juventus clinched a place in the Champions League knockout stages when a brilliant Cristiano Ronaldo assist set up Mario Mandzukic to give them a 1-0 win over Valencia on Tuesday. The Serie A champions had struggled to break down Valencia is defence until Joao Cancelo slipped the ball to Ronaldo in the Valencia area in the 59th minute of the Group H clash. Ronaldo wrong-footed Gabriel Paulista with some fancy footwork, giving him space to roll a low cross across the face of goal for Mandzukic to turn in from two metres.


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Maldives new finance minister said on Monday that China is executing infrastructure projects at vastly higher prices than originally proposed but the island nation cannot get out of its commitments now. President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih is administration, which took office this month, is reviewing contracts awarded by his predecessor Abdulla Yameen. Most went to Chinese firms and are feared to have left the country in debt.


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The Awami League has granted initial nomination to 13 candidates of the 14-Party ruling coalition for the general elections. Candidates of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal or JaSoD led by Hasanul Haq Inu have been nominated for three seats, JaSoD faction led by Sharif Nurul Ambia two, Rashed Khan Menon’s Workers Party five, Jatiya Party-JP led by Anwar Hossain Manju one and Tarikat Federation for two constituencies.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has questioned the applications of Dr Kamal Hossain and members of the so-called civil society, who criticise the government on ethical grounds, for seeking Tarique Rahman’s approval for election nomination. She also asked what kind of democracy they want to establish in Bangladesh by accepting the leadership of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique, both convicted for corruption.


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A court order that banned convicts with prison sentences of more than two years from parliamentary elections came as bad news for Khaleda Zia, the jailed opposition leader. It appears that Khaleda, the former prime minister, will be shut out of the election set for Dec 30. Two High Court judges, Justice Md Nazrul Islam Talukdar and Justice KM Hafizul Alam, cited the constitution in announcing the ruling.


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More than 150 former officers of the armed forces have put their weight behind the ruling Awami League in its race to parliament as Bangladesh is set to head to the polls on Dec 30. The former army, air force and navy officers met the party’s chief Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban and pledged to work for it on Tuesday. They greeted the prime minister with flowers and posed for photos with her.


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Nomination papers have been collected for BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia willing to contest the coming general elections from three constituencies, despite her conviction in two graft cases. However, questions arise as to whether she will be able to take part in the elections, overcoming legal barriers.


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Pakistani spinner Yasir Shah (C) celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of New Zealand batsman Ish Sodhi during the fourth day of the second Test cricket match between Pakistan and New Zealand at the Dubai International Stadium in Dubai. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah followed his extraordinary first innings performance with a six wicket haul as Pakistan beat New Zealand by an innings and 16 runs in the second Test in Dubai on Tuesday to level the series 1-1.


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Leg-spinner Yasir Shah wrecked New Zealand with a career best eight wicket haul as Pakistan sniffed victory on the third day of the second Test in Dubai on Monday. The 32-year-old grabbed 8-41 in 12.3 overs which annihilated New Zealand to 90 all out in just 35.3 overs before taking two more wickets as New Zealand -- following on -- were 131-2 at close in their second innings.

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