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Bangladesh govt asks mosque officials to propagate anti-terrorism, anti-militancy speech before Friday prayers

Bangladesh govt asks mosque officials to propagate anti-terrorism, anti-militancy speech before Friday prayers
In order to increase awareness against terrorism and militancy, government of Bangladesh has asked the mosque officials like the Imams and Muftis and other religious leaders to propagate ideas against these activities.

Bangladesh govt to adopt tougher measures to ensure wearing of mask in public places

Bangladesh govt to adopt tougher measures to ensure wearing of mask in public places
In view of a steady increase in the COVID 19 cases reported from the country over the last week, the government of Bangladesh has decided to take stricter measures to ensure that people wear mask in public places.

Four Indian-Americans among 32 students chosen from US as Rhodes Scholars

Four Indian-Americans among 32 students chosen from US as Rhodes Scholars
Four Indian-Americans are among the 32 students chosen from the US as Rhodes Scholars virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Frequent & rapid testing can eliminate Covid-19 spread within weeks: Study

Frequent & rapid testing can eliminate Covid-19 spread within weeks: Study
In the United States, a new study published by the University of Colorado Boulder and Harvard University researchers claimed that frequent and rapid testing could eliminate Covid-19 spread within weeks.

UN Chief Antonio Gutterres condemns rocket attacks in Kabul

UN Chief Antonio Gutterres condemns rocket attacks in Kabul
UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutterres has condemned the rocket attacks in Kabul, which resulted in the death and injury of many civilians.

US President-elect Joe Biden appoints Indian-American Mala Adiga as policy director of his wife Jill Biden

US President-elect Joe Biden appoints Indian-American Mala Adiga as policy director of his wife Jill Biden
US President-elect Joe Biden has appointed an Indian-American Mala Adiga, as the policy director of his wife Jill Biden, who will be the first lady.

Washington's intention to pull out its military personnel from Iraq is dangerous: French Foreign Minister

Washington's intention to pull out its military personnel from Iraq is dangerous: French Foreign Minister
French Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian has said that Washington's intention to pull out its military personnel from Iraq is dangerous, as the threat posed by the Islamic State terror group still persists.

Paris Accord was made to kill American economy: US President Donald Trump

Paris Accord was made to kill American economy: US President Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump has said that the Paris Accord was made to kill American economy.

Newly elected ruling party MP shot dead in Myanmar

Newly elected ruling party MP shot dead in Myanmar
A newly elected member of the upper house of Myanmar parliament Amyotha Hluttaw belonging to the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) from Shan State was shot dead on Saturday evening.

G20 nations must start leading by example & act now to stop money laundering: FATF

G20 nations must start leading by example & act now to stop money laundering: FATF
Global terror financing watchdog - FATF has said that G20 nations must start leading by example and act now to stop money laundering.

Britain, Canada ink rollover trade deal

Britain, Canada ink rollover trade deal
Britain and Canada struck a rollover trade deal to protect the flow of 27 billion dollar-worth of goods and services between them after Brexit.

Rocket attacks by IS kill eight civilians in Afghanistan

Rocket attacks by IS kill eight civilians in Afghanistan
In Afghanistan, eight civilians were killed and 31 injured in rocket attacks at the residential areas in capital Kabul on Saturday.
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