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  • India violated ceasefire 1,595 times in 2020: Pakistan0

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs summons Indian diplomat to register protest over recent firing along de facto border Nayadiganta English Desk 07 July 2020 A view of Kartarpur Corridor, a border corridor between India and Pakistan ( Muhammed Semih Uğurlu – Anadolu Agency ) – ( Muhammed Semih Uğurlu – Anadolu Agency ) Pakistan on Monday summoned

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  • Indian forces killed 25 Bangladeshis, says rights group0

    ‘Only criminals and those who attack our men’ at border are killed, says Indian official Nayadiganta English Desk      7 July 2020 File photo – Photo Desk A Bangladesh-based rights watchdog on Monday said at least 25 Bangladeshi civilians were killed by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) in the first six months of the

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  • HRW urges Bangladesh to amend or repeal ‘abusive’ digital law0

    Nayadiganta English Desk 01 July 2020 File photo – Photo Desk International rights watchdog, Human Rights Watch (HRW), in a statement issued today (Wednesday) urged Bangladesh to amend or repeal the controversial digital law, citing the abusive use of it against government critics. “Bangladesh authorities are using the abusive Digital Security Act (DSA) to harass and indefinitely detain

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  • PROFILE – Bangladeshi fighter pilot who destroyed Israeli planes0

    Fabled pilot Saif-ul-Azam, passed away in Dhaka, is recalled in the Middle East for shooting down Israeli planes in 1967 war Nayadiganta English Desk 15 June 2020 Legendary Bangladeshi-origin fighter pilot Saif-ul-Azam, who passed away Sunday morning, evokes memories of his courage, steadfastness, and bravery in the Middle East, far away from his home. He

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  • Indian hospitals refuse to admit Muslims as coronavirus causes Islamophobia surge0

    Two newborn babies died in Jharkhand and Rajasthan after hospitals refused to treat their Muslim mothers Nayadiganta English Desk    20 April 2020 Two newborn babies have died after hospitals refused to admit their Muslim mothers amid a surge in coronavirus-related Islamophobia in India. In Jharkhand state, a Muslim woman miscarried after she was barred from

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  • Kashmir has never been Indian internal matter: Pak HC0

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    • February 6, 2020

    Nayadiganta English Desk 05 February 2020 The High Commissioner (Designate) for Pakistan in Dhaka, Imran Ahmed Siddiqui, on Wednesday said that Indian aggression in the occupied Kashmir could never be an internal matter of India. He said this while addressing the Kashmir Solidarity Day meeting at the High Commission for Pakistan in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka

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  • Asean leaders reiterate need for comprehensive solution to Rohingya crisis0

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    • November 4, 2019

    Nayadiganta English Desk 04 November 2019 Asean leaders have reiterated the need to find a comprehensive and durable solution to Rohingya crisis addressing the root causes of the conflict in Rakhine State, UNB reports. They laid emphasis on efforts to create a “conducive environment” so that Rohingyas, now taking shelter in Bangladesh, can rebuild their

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  • Genocide: Gambia to file case against Myanmar at ICJ0

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    • October 22, 2019

    Nayadiganta English Desk 20 October 2019 Gambia will be taking Myanmar to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to face charges of genocide against its Rohingya minority, said Gambia’s Attorney General and Minister for Justice Abubacarr Marie Tambadou. The charges, which will be filed by the Gambian Ministry of Justice’s legal team, will be the

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  • Bangladesh: Nobody should be killed for exercising free speech: UN0

    Shocked, saddened by events at Buet, says UK Nayadiganta English Desk 09 October 2019 The United Nations has deplored the killing of young Buet student Abrar Fahad, saying the freedom of speech is a human right, UNB reports. “Freedom of speech is a human right, and nobody should be harassed, tortured or killed for exercising

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  • Bangladesh rivers to swell as India opens all gates of Farakka barrage0

    Nayadiganta English Desk   01 October 2019, 02:00 The water level of some rivers in the northern region might swell as India has opened all the 119 gates of Farakka barrage to ensure speedy discharge of the Ganges water following flood in Patna and 12 other districts, UNB reports. According to the Times of India, the

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  • Bangladesh; Dengue cases keep soaring; 1,712 more admitted to hospitals in 24 hrs0

    Nayadiganta English Desk 1 August 2019 Dengue cases are still surging across the country as 1,712 more people were hospitalised with the mosquito-borne virus in 24 hours till 8am on Thursday, reports UNB. Of them, 1,150 dengue cases were reported in the capital alone, manifesting that the city is apparently in the grip of a

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