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Daily Archives: February 2, 2017

Police submits report on actress Mahi, Shawon

businessnews24bd.com Police submitted probe report over marriage rumor of popular actress Mahia Mahi and Shahriar Islam Shawon keeping recommendation to release Shawon. Investigation Officer (IO) Sohrab Mia submitted the report before the court of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Majharul Islam on January 31. However, the information came to light on Thursday. The court fixed March 7 for the next hearing in the case. The ... Read More »

Du Plessis ‘honoured’ to play in 100th ODI

Sport Desk Proteas batsman Faf du Plessis says he is honoured to play his 100th one-day international (ODI) for South Africa when they take on Sri Lanka at the Wanderers on Saturday. Du Plessis helped steer the Proteas to a 121-run victory in the second ODI at Kingsmead on Wednesday after the home side had found themselves in trouble at ... Read More »

Syrian tweeter girl asks if Trump starves for 24 hrs

International Desk “Mr. Trump, have you ever had no food for 24 hours?” This was the question the seven-year-old Syrian girl Bana Alabed — who has garnered worldwide attention by tweeting about her life in Aleppo — asked US President Donald Trump in a fresh video. “Have you ever had no food, no water for 24 hours? Just think of ... Read More »

Fire at Gulistan market under control

businessnews24bd.com The fire at a multistoried market in Gulistan area of the capital was brought under control on Thursday night. On information, 15 fire fighting units rushed to the spot and doused the blaze after two hours frantic efforts. Fire Service Operator Ziaur Rahman said that fire the erupted in locally known ‘Zaker Super market’ around 7:30pm in the market. ... Read More »

‘Rohingyas have right to return to their country’

Cox’s Bazar Correspondent US Ambassador in Bangladesh Marcia Stephens Bloom Bernicat said Rohingya people are interested to return to their country and they have that right. Only Myanmar government can resolve the Rohingya problem. The US ambassador came up with the opinion while talking to newsmen after attending a function “National Youth Assembly-2017” organised by JAAGO Foundation in Cox’s Bazar ... Read More »

PM’s ride: Rickshaw-van puller Imam joins job

Gopalganj Correspondent Imam Sheikh, the 17-year-old who came to light after giving Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina a tour on his rickshaw-van, has joined a Bakery supply station in Bangladesh Air Force’s Bir Sreshtho Matiur Rahman Base. Imam Sheikh on Thursday afternoon told risingbd.com that he joined the job as a supplier at Falcon Bakery in Jessore on Wednesday morning. The ... Read More »

National Search committee holds meeting again

businessnerws24bd.com The members of search committee for the reconstitution of the Election Commission started its meeting again on Thursday afternoon. The meeting has begun at 5:10pm at the Supreme Court Judges Lounge in the capital. Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain presided over the meeting where other committee members- Justice Obaidul Hassan of the High Court, comptroller and auditor general of Bangladesh ... Read More »

Facebook loses $500m virtual reality case

International Desk A US court has ordered Facebook and other defendants to pay $500m (£395m) after finding they unlawfully used a firm’s virtual reality technology. A jury in Dallas found in favour of video game maker ZeniMax Media, which had claimed the VR system was stolen. Oculus, which was bought by Facebook two years ago for $2bn, will have to ... Read More »

Phone Spoofing: RAB detains 9 fraudsters

Crime Desk Rapid Action Battalion personnel (RAB) detained nine alleged fraudsters in Uttara of Dhaka on Thursday. The detainees are Ashraful Islam alias Apel, Mahmudul Hasan alias Hridoy Chowdhury, Rafiqul Islam, Mahidul Islam alias Milon, Abu Kawsar alias Sabu, Nazmul Hasan, Amanullah Aman, Sagar Hossain alias Sagar and Billal Hossain. In a press conference at RAB media center in capital’s ... Read More »

Trump to Mexico: Take care of ‘bad hombres’ or US might

International Desk President Donald Trump threatened in a phone call with his Mexican counterpart to send U.S. troops to stop “bad hombres down there” unless the Mexican military does more to control them, according to an excerpt of a transcript of the conversation obtained by The Associated Press. The excerpt of the call did not detail who exactly Trump considered ... Read More »

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