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Second Australian senator quits over dual citizenship Breastfeed senator quits over citizenship

Australia's first politician to breastfeed in parliament resigns due to her Canadian citizenship


Saudi Arabia investigates video of woman in miniskirt Saudi Arabia investigates miniskirt video

Women in Saudi Arabia must wear loose-fitting, full-length robes known as "abayas" in public, as well as a headscarf.


‘Doctor Who’ breaks the mold with female lead ‘Doctor Who’ breaks the mold with female lead

Jodie Whittaker will be the first woman to play the Doctor, she will inherit the role of the alien adventurer from Peter Capaldi


Indian students worry about physical safety in US: Survey Indian students worry about physical safety in US: Survey

With over a million international students pursuing higher education in the US and contributing more than $36 billion to the American economy


Trump praises French First Lady’s figure (Video) Trump praises French First Lady’s figure (Video)

"You’re in such good shape,” Trump tells French First Lady


Farhad Mazhar in CCTV footage Farhad Mazhar in CCTV footage

The CCTV footage shows that poet and columnist Farhad Mazhar roams around Khulna New Market area from 4pm-6pm


Bangladeshi man becomes first UK Muslim to have a same-sex marriage Bangladeshi man becomes first UK Muslim to have a same-sex marriage

Footage showed the couple dressed in traditional Bangladeshi attire to say their vows while surrounded by loved ones at the town’s registry office


71% of global emissions by just 100 companies 71% of global emissions by just 100 companies

A relatively small number of fossil fuel producers and their investors could hold the key to tackling climate change


The perfect crime foiled by... a mosquito! The perfect crime foiled by... a mosquito!

Researchers recover blood from mosquitos who has bitten volunteers, and then used a technique called polymerase chain reaction or PCR to examine it


Malala Yousafzai finishes school and joins Twitter Malala Yousafzai finishes school and joins Twitter

Yousafzai has since become a global icon for girls' education, winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014


Dhakaites burn Tk 58cr gas a day to boil water Dhakaites burn Tk 58cr gas a day to boil water

"Wasa's water is not safe enough to drink it directly, that's why I boil it twice a day to meet our drinking water demand," Suraya Akhter says


Special complexes, resource centres for disabled soon Special complexes, resource centres for disabled soon

The complex will have dormitory, auditorium, outpatient department, physiotherapy center, shelter home, daycare center and special school for autistic


2000 Bangladeshis stranded in Turkey 2000 Bangladeshis stranded in Turkey

Bangladesh Ambassador in Ankara M Allama Siddiki fears a humanitarian crisis and slower repatriation of stranded Bangladesh nationals


Shop where Modi sold tea to be converted into a tourist spot Shop where Modi sold tea to be converted into a tourist spot

Ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Modi had often mentioned that he used to sell tea during his childhood along his father


Daughter joins the same court as a judge where her father sells tea! Daughter joins the same court as a judge where her father sells tea!

Shruti feels that women are now at the forefront of topping the country's competitive exams


Three school students invent water-powered engine in India Three school students invent water-powered engine!

The students draw widespread praise including the deputy commissioner of the district by their invention


Bulbuly, a success story of One House One Farm Bulbuly, a success story of One House One Farm

Bulbuli Begum makes profits of Tk 7000-Tk 8,000 in every month from her home-based toy factory


Accommodation crisis hampers studies at DU Accommodation crisis hampers studies at DU

Nearly 20,000 students of the university have been facing severe accommodation problem due to lack of adequate number of seats in its dormitories


Meet the new last word in English: zyzzyva Zyzzyva- the new last word in English

The Oxford English Dictionary identifies more than 600 words, phrases and senses that have entered common parlance


First woman leads UK Changing of the Guard ceremony First woman leads UK Changing of the Guard ceremony

Megan Couto led her unit in the ceremony, an event witnesses by thousands of tourists annually


Chaand Raat: A night of laughter and joy Chaand Raat: A night of laughter and joy

Celebrating Chaand Raat is an exceptionally interesting and exciting occasion for the people of Dhaka city and other part of the country


Is the country not for all? Is the country not for all?

Langadu’s incident is now far away from the focus as landslide is making headlines now


Prince Harry says no royal wants to be king or queen "No royal wants to be king or queen"

No-one in the Royal Family wants to be king or queen, Prince Harry says a US magazine, but adds: "We will carry out our duties at the right time"


Starvation looms as food runs out in drought-hit Ethiopia Starvation looms as food runs out in drought-hit Ethiopia

Droughts are common in Ehtiopia, and in past years the government and international community have mounted impressive efforts to curb starvation


New York outlaws child marriage under 17 New York outlaws child marriage under 17

Heather Barr, senior researcher on women's rights at Human Rights Watch, calls on dozens of other US states to follow New York's example


The wounded victims of Sri Lanka's child marriage law Wounded victims of Sri Lanka's child marriage law

Shafa decides to stay with her young husband as she can see no escape but he suspects she is continuing her relationship with her boyfriend


Marlene Dietrich who fought social and sexual oppression Marlene Dietrich who fought social and sexual oppression

"Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image" showcases the breadth and specificity of the Dietrich look through home videos, articles, photos


In China, universities teach how to go viral online In China, universities teach how to go viral online

They are known as "wanghong" -- literally hot on the web -- and they now represent an industry worth billions


Pakistan rape victim attends US opera inspired by her story Pakistan rape victim attends US opera inspired by her story

Fifteen years after her horrific gang rape by a local clan in her village in Pakistan, Mukhtar Mai is reliving her ordeal


Need to talk frankly about period Need to talk frankly about period

It is unimaginable that in this 21st century girls prefer to stay home during menstruation due to lack of adequate facilities, social taboo


A tale of struggle and success A tale of struggle and success

Nazma is now working as the general secretary of BVIPS. She has overpowered darkness and she has shared her success story with daily sun


Qatar's migrant workers on Gulf crisis frontline Qatar's migrant workers on Gulf crisis frontline

Qatar become isolated after regional giant Saudi Arabia and several allied countries cut all ties to Doha


Through The Lens Of Mass People Through The Lens Of Mass People

Finance Minister AMA Muhith says this budget aims to work with a pro-people strategy


Marjina, once a sex-worker, now a torchbearer of enlightenment Sex-worker now turns into a torchbearer

Marjina extends her hands of cooperation to the less fortunate and helpless young women trapped at the brothel


Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after her wedding: report Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after her wedding: report

The shock revelations were made in a book about her battles with depression, life with Charles and his lover Camilla


Fruits still being treated with chemicals Fruits still being treated with chemicals

Many consumers allege that chemically treated fruits are still being sold in the market for lack of monitoring by the authorities


40 percent kids smoke first cigarette before age 10: Study 40 percent kids smoke first cigarette before age 10: Study

9 percent students reported that they ever smoked cigarettes, even one or two puffs, which was significantly higher among boys compared to girls


‘Bangladesh must feed off happy Cardiff memories’ ‘Bangladesh must feed off happy Cardiff memories’

Bangladesh gets one final chance to make an impression in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, in what is a must-win contest in Cardiff on Friday


Three Bangladeshi females draw huge attention in UK polls 3 Bangladeshi females draw huge attention in UK polls

As many as 11 Bangladesh-origin candidates vie for seats in the House of Commons through this election

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