INTERNATIONAL

Kababuliwalar Bengali Bou killed mercilessly by Taliban

By- Staff Reporter Indian author and social worker, Sushmita Banerjee was killed by the Taliban fundamentalists on Wednesday Night, 4th of September. As per reports, militants belonging to the extreme Islamist outfit came to her house in Kharana in Paktita province, tied up her husband and other family members and dragged Sushmita out. Later they […]

Edward Snowden in Russia seeking Ecuador asylum

Edward Snowden in Russia seeking Ecuador asylum

By- Staff Reporter Former Central Intelligence Agency(CIA) employee Edward Snowden is seeking asylum in Ecuador, the Quito government said on Sunday, after Hong Kong let him leave for Russia despite Washington’s efforts to extradite him on espionage charges. In a major embarrassment for the Obama administration, an aircraft thought to have been carrying Snowden landed […]

New US Immigration Bill discriminatory – NASSCOM

New US Immigration Bill discriminatory – NASSCOM

By- Staff Reporter Seems like the newly drafted Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernisation Act, 2013 pushed by the Government of Unites States of America (or commonly being called as US Immigration Bill) has not gone well to the analysis of NASSCOM. The NASSCOM today called the bill as discriminatory, stating that the body […]

Enquiries into Islam and Islamic Practices – The Crimson pair of hands of Islam in Woolwich

Enquiries into Islam and Islamic Practices – The Crimson pair of hands of Islam in Woolwich

By- Dilip Dutta NDTV appears to have been very quick in reporting of the ghastly incidence in a sunny afternoon in a township in England on 22 May 2013. In this remote village, the name of the place did not mean much to me, till I Google mapped the name. With the WICH ending I should […]

Artist Dwijen Gogoi makes 27 feet giant Folk Musical Instrument

Artist Dwijen Gogoi makes 27 feet giant Folk Musical Instrument

By- Utpal Sarma There was a time when Bihu used to be different. There were lots of simple folk instruments all around the state of Assam and with the course of time several of them either extinct or forgotten by the people. Two of such instruments used in the Bihu culture of our state were […]

Venezuela President Chavez dies from cancer

Venezuela President Chavez dies from cancer

By- Correspondent Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died on Tuesday after a two-year battle with cancer, ending 14 years of tumultuous rule that made the socialist leader a hero for the poor but a hate figure to his opponents. The flamboyant 58-year-old had undergone four operations in Cuba for a cancer that was first detected in […]

Conspicuous Audacity Against Textile Sector In Bangladesh

Conspicuous Audacity Against Textile Sector In Bangladesh

By- Sohail Choudhury Bangladesh has attained the pioneer position in the global market as the most deserving leader, which has sustained numerous global and regional challenges thus transforming the ready made garments (RMG) and textile sector as the major source of foreign exchange earnings for the country. For a country like Bangladesh, it wasn’t an easy task […]

Hafiz Saeed offers funeral prayers for Ajmal Kasab

Lashkar-e-Toiba(LeT) founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed led a gathering of thousands in offering funeral prayers for Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist involved in the Mumbai attacks who was hanged earlier this week, a media report said on Saturday. Saeed, mastermind of the 2008 assault on Mumbai, offered ghayabana namaz-e-janaza (funeral prayers in absentia) for Kasab at […]

RAW after doom of ruling party during coming election in Bangladesh

RAW after doom of ruling party during coming election in Bangladesh

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Indian intelligence agency – RAW, in its recent report has once again forecasted massive defeat of the ruling Bangladesh Awami League, during the 2014 general election in the country. It said, although Bangladesh Awami League, under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina has been exhibiting sincerity in strengthening relations with India, […]