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- October 17, 2016
Abubakar was inspired to take up the pen in the late 1970s, when as a bookseller he lamented that most novels obsessed with the cosmopolitan lifestyles of modern, elite Bangladeshis
Facebook sent condolences to the family for the ‘appalling’ incident and said that the content had now been removed.
Snake envenomation in children has high morbidity and mortality rate
In March, political science Professor Robert Kelly and his family became an international internet sensations from a viral BBC segment during which Robert’s 4-year-old daughter Marion Kelly and 8-month-old son James interrupted his live video interview
A Indiana University research claims that watching cat videos may not be procrastination, but an ingenuous productivity boost.
Shadows below the clamp suggests the mechanism itself is at the least real
The couple had boarded the Abu Dhabi-bound aircraft at Manchester Airport when they received a text message about their relative’s condition
The comments have invoked angry reactions from Indian users, with some even threatening to quit the social platform
The photo perhaps captures Bangladesh in its flight for the future.
The company produces 3D-printed chocolate objects and also engraves chocolates and macaroons
The project aims to develop a biometric system that could potentially trigger remineralisation and regrowth of dental tissues.
The cabin crew along with the assistance of other passengers helped a woman give birth to a child while flying on a Turkish Airlines flight
Indian authorities now believe the girl, who appears to have severe mental and physical disabilities, may have been abandoned by her guardians
Supreet quickly realised her husband was likely to travel in a Renault Duster, but she read out the news in as composed a voice as she could muster
The first sighting of the elusive crabs was first reported in 2014
Doctors treating her say she often gets angry and violent
The entrepreneurs saw the success of their food stand, and how it was helping their cousins Saif and Rafi, as a chance to help other Bangladeshis adjust to life in America
The London-based weekly says Bangladesh’s anti-militancy drive and its conciliation of radical Islamist groups like Hefazat are at odds with each other
Thaye Dorje, 33, married 36-year-old Rinchen Yangzom, born in Bhutan and educated in India and Europe, in a private ceremony on March 25, his office said on Thursday
The crowdsourced video of the puppies was shot inside Dhaka University campus