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'They said we would face more trouble ahead'

Prior to being elected vice president of DUCSU, Nurul Haque came to limelight through the movement for quota reforms in public service. Since then, he has been attacked numerous times. Very recently, ...

'They said we would face more trouble ahead'

Beijing unlikely to approve Oracle, Walmart’s TikTok deal

Whereas ByteDance said it will majority-own TikTok Global, Oracle and Walmart together said ByteDance’s ownership would be distributed to its investors - many of which are US-based - and that ...

TikTok logo

TikTok proposes social media coalition to curb harmful content

The company, owned by China's ByteDance and at the centre of a political battle between Washington and Beijing, said it had sent letters to nine companies for a memorandum of understanding on content ...

The TikTok logo is pictured outside the company's US head office in Culver City, California, US, on 15 September 2020

Erdogan terms Kashmir as ‘burning issue’ at UN General Assembly

Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticised the abolition of the special status of Kashmir last year saying that steps taken after it “further complicated the problem”

Erdogan terms Kashmir as ‘burning issue’ at UN General Assembly

Book on history of RAW suspects CIA role in Bangabandhu’s murder

Yadav also wrote that after the coup and Sheikh Mujibur’s murder, Pakistan, China and the US had started exerting influence on Bangladesh and anti-India regime headed by Khandkar Mushtaq Ahmad, who ...

Bangabandhu delivering his historic speech on 7 March 1971

SC stays trial proceedings of four more cases against Khaleda

The Appellate Division on Sunday upheld the High Court division order that stayed trial proceedings in four cases filed against Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson Khaleda Zia

SC stays trial proceedings of four more cases against Khaleda

From Doklam to Dalai Lama, Chinese intel paid Indian journalist for info: Delhi police

The Special Cell of the Delhi Police have arrested 61-year-old Indian freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, allegedly found working for Chinese intelligence

From Doklam to Dalai Lama, Chinese intel paid Indian journalist for info: Delhi police

Trump supports deal to continue China’s TikTok operate in the US

ByteDance was racing to avoid a crackdown on TikTok after the US Commerce Department said on Friday it would block new downloads and updates to the app come Sunday

Illustration picture of Tiktok with US flags

Navalny posts photo of himself walking

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was seen walking down the stairs in a photo posted on his Instagram feed on Saturday, five days after a Berlin hospital said he had been taken off a ...

Navalny posts photo of himself walking

BNP for united movement to ‘protect democracy’

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday said media freedom and democracy in Bangladesh 'cannot be protected' without a united movement, reports UNB.

BNP for united movement to ‘protect democracy’
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