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Hat-tricks from Sirat Jahan Shopna and Marzia have fired Bangladesh to a resounding 17-0 win over Pakistan in their first match of the SAFF U-18 Women’s Championship in Bhutan. Shopna was on target for a staggering seven times while Marzia scored four goals and Sheuli Azim found the net twice at the Changlimithang Stadium in Thimphu on Sunday. Akhi Khatun, Mishrat Jahan Moushumi, Tohura Khatun and Krishna Rani Sarker scored one apiece for the team coached by Golam Rabbani Chhoton.


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Bangladesh have launched their Bangabandhu Gold Cup campaign with a 1-0 victory over Laos. Midfielder Biplo Ahamed scored the winner for Jamie Day’s team at the Sylhet District Stadium on Monday. It is the first victory for Bangladesh over Laos, who had won one match and drawn the other against Bangladesh in their previous two ties. Bangladesh will play the Philippines in their last Group B match on Friday. Bangladesh attacked more than their opponents did in the first half but Mahbubur Rahman Sufil and Mohammad Nabib Newaz Ziban’s shots failed to find the net,


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The expatriate Bangladeshis have sent home over $1.13 billion in September, an increase of about 32 percent from the same period a year earlier. In the first three months (July-September) of the current fiscal year, expatriates remitted over $3.86 billion, which is 13.73 percent higher than the remittance sent in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal year, according to latest data released by the Bangladesh Bank.


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Tesla Inc and Elon Musk have agreed to pay $20 million each to financial regulators and the billionaire will step down as the company's chairman but remain as chief executive, under a settlement that caps a tumultuous two months for the carmaker. The securities fraud agreement, disclosed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Saturday, will come as a relief to investors, who had worried that a lengthy legal fight would only further hurt the loss-making electric car company.


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The police have filed a case against 55 BNP leaders and activists, including Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, for ‘instigating people against the government’ and ‘preventing the police from doing their duty’. Sub-Inspector Shariful Islam of Hatirjheel Police Station filed the case on Monday. At least seven among the accused were remanded for a day by a Dhaka court, said Abu Md Fazlul Karim, chief of Hatirjheel Police Station.


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Melania Trump ended up picking a lively week to get out of town. On Monday, the mysterious, glamorous, disappearance-prone first lady was leaving behind a roiling capital where her husband faces several raw battles, including one over his Supreme Court nominee, to embark on a trip to Africa. In her first big solo trip abroad, Trump is scheduled to visit four African countries in the span of a week: Ghana, Kenya, Malawi and Egypt. She is expected to see the sights. She is expected to greet schoolchildren and dole out baby blankets at hospitals. She is expected to wear


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Mexico’s student movement erupted so suddenly in the summer of 1968 that it seemed to catch even its followers by surprise The protests began as Mexico City was preparing to host the Olympics that October — an event intended to showcase a modern nation with a growing middle class at the forefront of emerging economies. By taking to the streets just months before the inauguration of the games, students cracked that veneer, revealing a generation’s latent anger against the country’s repressive rule as the world looked on.


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The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Monday that there was minimal risk of children contracting the polio virus in India from a tainted batch of vaccines. The public health scare, which potentially affected thousands of children, put a renewed spotlight on lax pharmaceutical quality control procedures in India. The latest concerns emerged over the weekend after vaccines produced by privately-held Bio-Med Pvt Ltd and distributed as part of a free government drive to eradicate polio were found to have a strain of the virus that had been eradicated around the world


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Certain quarters are criticising our newly passed Digital Security Act. Their main concern centres around a few sections. I had reviewed the early versions that were drafted by the ICT ministry. Here is my opinion. With regards to hacking and covert surveillance in government offices and computers, this was created to protect citizen data and privacy. We did not have any specific laws against hacking and theft of data until this Act. How are we supposed to prosecute hacking and theft of your data without this law? Government computers hold the National ID numbers and many


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The World Bank has forecast a growth rate of 7 percent for Bangladesh this fiscal year on the back of robust private investment, increased exports and remittance inflows. The projection is lower than the Asian Development Bank’s estimate of 7.5 percent and the government’s 7.8 percent for fiscal 2018-19. Driven by strong domestic demand, Bangladesh’s economy remains among the fastest growing economies in the developing world and it would grow at an even faster pace if it implemented economic reforms, the World Bank said in a new report launched in Dhaka on Tuesday.


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Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader expressed his interest in an alliance with the leftist parties upholding the ideals of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the Liberation War and secularism. He called for an alliance during the 51st founding anniversary of the Bangladesher Samyabadi Dal, a Marxist-Leninist political party, in Dhaka on Tuesday. "I am happy that the leftists are speaking in the same tone and we are against the communal force. Let's unite on this point," he said.


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Farmers marching towards Delhi, as part of the Bharatiya Kisan Union’s protest demanding farm loan waiver to fuel price cuts, were stopped at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border on Tuesday with police using water cannons and teargas shells to disperse them, reports The Times of India. The farmers, riding tractors and trolleys, broke barricades of the UP Police and then started proceeding towards the barricades put up by the Delhi Police, a senior police officer said.


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In a sparse, wood-floored studio, Saudi women squat, lunge and do headstands. Even a year ago, teaching these yoga postures could have rendered them outlaws in the conservative Islamic kingdom. Widely perceived as a Hindu spiritual practice, yoga was not officially permitted for decades in Saudi Arabia, the cradle of Islam where all non-Muslim worship is banned.


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China’s central bank pledged to maintain its “prudent and neutral” monetary policy and to use multiple tools to keep liquidity ample, as the world’s second-biggest economy comes under increasing pressure from a heated trade dispute with the United States. On its website following a quarterly meeting of its monetary policy committee, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) said on Saturday it will fine tune monetary policy in a pre-emptive way and control the pace of deleveraging.


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La Liga champions Barcelona is domestic struggles continued as they dropped points for the third game in a row, drawing 1-1 at home to Athletic Bilbao on Saturday after Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets had begun the match on the substitutes bench. Substitute Munir El Haddadi averted a first home defeat for Barca in more than two years by sliding in an equaliser in the 84th minute, meeting a cross by Messi who had been sent on along with Busquets in the second half as Barca chased the game.


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History has not been kind to the elephant bird of Madagascar. Standing nearly 10 feet tall and weighing up to 1,000 pounds — or so researchers believed — this flightless cousin of the ostrich went extinct in the 17th century, thanks in part to humans stealing their massive eggs, either to feed their own families or to repurpose them as giant rum flasks. Or both. More recently, the bird’s designation as the heaviest in history was challenged by the discovery of the slightly larger, unrelated Dromornis stirtoni, an Australian flightless giant that went extinct 20,000


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Former Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha says he is living as a refugee in the United States and seeks asylum. Sinha made the remarks during the launch of his much-discussed and controversial book “A Broken Dream: Rule of Law, Human Rights and Democracy” at the National Press Club in Washington on Saturday. “Actually I don’t have any status right now. I would request the authorities here to help me to stay because my visa is expiring. I sought political asylum but no decision has been made.”


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The toll from an earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia soared on Sunday to 832 confirmed dead, with authorities fearing it will only climb as rescuers struggle to reach outlying communities cut off from communications and help. Dozens of people were reported to be trapped in the rubble of two hotels and a mall in the city of Palu, which was hit by waves as high as six meters (20 feet) following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake on Friday. A young woman was pulled alive from the rubble of the city’s Roa Roa Hotel, where up to 60 people were believed trapped. Hundreds of people


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The BNP has begun its public meeting at the Suhrawardy Udyan with calls for party chief Khaleda Zia’s release, the dismissal of cases against Tarique Rahman and a general election under an impartial election-time government. The meeting began at 2pm on Sunday, led by BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir. BNP Chairperson Khalead Zia, who is currently serving a prison sentence over the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case, was designated as the chief guest at the event. A chair was left empty for her on the stage in political symbolism.


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Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Md Asaduzzaman Mia says that despite the efforts and sincerity of police, the populace’s refusal to follow traffic regulations are torpedoing efforts for road safety. The Dhaka city police chief urged everyone to follow the law to restore order to the roads. The police commissioner made the remarks at the Sonargaon Hotel intersection in Dhaka on Sunday after inspecting the traffic management in the area


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The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi jumped to 384 on Saturday, authorities said, with many of those killed swept away by giant waves as they played on the beach. Strong aftershocks continued to rock the coastal city on Saturday morning after waves up to six metres (18 feet) high swept through the scenic tourist town on Friday, triggered by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake on land.


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Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday said none will be allowed to hold rallies on city streets, reports BSS. “We also would not hold any rally on the streets. The prime minister has opened the Suhrawardy Udyan to all. If necessary we will erect an open stage there and set up microphones,” he told a function at the auditorium of National Museum in the city.


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Saima Wazed Hossain, the chairperson of the National Advisory Committee on Autism and Neurodevelopment Disorders in Bangladesh, has talked about the universal access to information in Colombo. The UNESCO and Sri Lankan Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure assisted by Sri Lanka National Commission for UNESCO (SLNCU) invited her for the 3rd annual commemoration of the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) in Colombo on Friday and Saturday.


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Facebook said on Friday that an attack on its computer network had exposed the personal information of nearly 50 million users. The company said it discovered the breach this week. The attackers exploited a feature in Facebook’s code that allowed them to take over user accounts. Early Friday, Facebook forced more than 90 million users to log out of their accounts, a common safety measure taken when accounts have been compromised.


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Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, US, September 27, 2018. A Republican-led committee approved President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court on Friday but in a dramatic development Republican Senator Jeff Flake called for an FBI investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against the judge before a final Senate vote.


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Bangladesh has sent the first consignment of essential medicines to Bhutan as committed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Officials from the Bhutanese embassy in Dhaka and their health ministry received the consignment weighing 35 tonnes at the Burimari Land Port on Thursday, the embassy said in a press release. They will take the medicines to Bhutan from there, according to the release.


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With awards season approaching, stylists are at fashion weeks, scoping out looks for their clients, readying them to be at their best for months of parading down scads of red carpets. Harvey Weinstein may be banished, but the awards campaign machine he helped create grinds on. Now, a year into #MeToo, and after the emboldened feminist statements made by actresses at the last Golden Globes and in Cannes, has the marketing machinery of the red carpet changed at all?


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The first-ever UN high-level meeting on ending tuberculosis (TB) has produced a historic political declaration, with specific, measurable milestones set for 2022. By adopting this declaration, national leaders have said they recognise TB as a challenge it is essential to solve. They committed to taking specific actions and will begin implementing this new agenda from now one.


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A woman waves a Palestinian flag during a protest calling for lifting the Israeli blockade on Gaza and demanding the right to return to their homeland, at the Israel-Gaza border fence east of Gaza City Sep 28, 2018. Israeli soldiers shot dead seven Palestinians, including two boys, who were among thousands of people who thronged to the fortified Gaza Strip border on Friday as part of weekly protests launched half a year ago, Gaza health officials said.


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The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi jumped to 384 on Saturday, authorities said, with many of those killed swept away by giant waves as they played on the beach. Strong aftershocks continued to rock the coastal city on Saturday morning after waves up to six metres (18 feet) high swept through the scenic tourist town on Friday, triggered by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake on land. "When the (tsunami) threat arose yesterday, people were still doing their activities on the beach and did not immediately run and they became victims,"

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