Storm kills 68 in Philippines

The death toll from a storm that struck the Philippines shortly after Christmas rose to 68 with the number of fatalities expected to climb even higher, civil defence officials

No compromise about cricket until World Cup

Bangladesh cricket icon Mashrae Bin Mortaza, who was unofficially elected MP from Narail-2 in the just held 11th national election, has expressed his unwillingness to compromise

How to reduce social media addiction

People, irrespective of their age or gender has always been keen to maintain a thrilling profile in many of the peerless social sites and a day without updating his/her online

Elections do not make Israel democracy

IT’S official, Israel is racing towards early elections. But no one is talking about who can vote in them. New elections were nearly called in November 2017 after Defense

Mobile internet services restored

Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission on Sunday evening withdrew its suspension order from the internet services after keeping suspended for 20 hours starting from

Bali Agung volcano spews ash in fresh eruption

A volcano on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali erupted Sunday, belching ash high into the air and over nearby villages as officials warned tourists to keep clear of the area

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