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Update : 25 Dec 2022, 10:09 AM

46-game BPL 9 to begin on Jan 6, Chattogram face Sylhet in opener

Bangladesh cricket will begin the New Year with the country's marquee Twenty20 competition, Bangladesh Premier League, starting in Mirpur on January 6 with the match between Chattogram Challengers and Sylhet Strikers.

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New Awami League committee: All the shuffles and drop-outs

Awami League President Sheikh Hasina on Saturday announced the new Awami League Central Working Committee (ALCWC) without any major changes.

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Winter storm claims 17 lives across US as temperatures plunge, power lines fall

A fearsome winter storm continued to pummel parts of the United States with blizzard conditions Saturday evening after its powerful Arctic winds left over a million customers without power earlier in the day and caused Christmas travel nightmares.

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A man tries to remove snow from the sidewalk in downtown Detroit on December 23, 2022 in Detroit, United States AFP

Kurdish protest over Paris shooting turns violent

Clashes broke out for a second day in Paris on Saturday between police and Kurdish protestors angry at the killing of three members of their community by a gunman.

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A person throws a projectile, as members of the Kurdish community attend a demonstration, following a shooting, in Paris, France December 24, 2022 Reuters

Noakhali elated to have Quader as AL general secretary again

Residents and the Noakhali district unit Awami League have been celebrating since Obaidul Quader was made the general secretary of the party for the third consecutive term on Saturday.

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Taliban order NGOs to ban female employees from coming to work

Afghanistan's Taliban-run administration on Saturday ordered all local and foreign non-governmental organisations (NGO) to stop female employees from coming to work, according to an Economy Ministry letter, in the latest crackdown on women's freedoms.

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File photo: Members of the Taliban forces stop Afghan women during a rally to protest against what protesters say is Taliban restrictions on women, in Kabul, Afghanistan, December 28, 2021 Reuters
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