Monday , August 21 2017

Country Talkies

Earliest known 10 Flights that Vanished Without a Trace

Earliest known 10 Flights that Vanished Without a Trace 1. L’Oiseau Blanc – Disappeared on 8 May 1927 On 8 May 1927, the two Frenchmen boarded their plane, L’oiseau Blanc, with the intention of being the first to complete a non-stop, transatlantic flight. But they never made it to their destination. On the …

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Defend Yourself From A Driver At Gunpoint

What You Should Do If You Get Held at Gunpoint –Stay Calm: If there is one thing to remember, it’s this. It may seem difficult to stay calm in this type of situation, but it is absolutely crucial because it allows you to think rationally. It will also decrease your likelihood …

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Dhaka to get 4 more passport offices

Home minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said four more passport offices would be set up in the capital Dhaka within the shortest possible time. “Work for establishing four more new regional passport offices at Secretariat, Cantonment, eastern and western side of the capital is on progress,” he said while inaugurating …

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121 sent to jail in Sylhet OC murder case

A court on Monday sent 121 accused to jail after rejecting their bail petitions in a case filed over the murder of officer-in-charge of Osmaninagar police station Mostafizur Rahman in 2014. Senior Judicial Magistrate Nazrul Islam passed the order when police produced them before the court. According to the case …

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Free medical camp for Bangladeshis in Lebanon

The Bangladesh Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon on Sunday organised its second free medical camp at the Embassy for Bangladeshi expatriates living in Lebanon. Around 200 Bangladeshi workers visited the camp seeking medical treatment and health services, said the Embassy on Monday. Bangladesh Ambassador to Lebanon Abdul Motaleb Sarker inaugurated the …

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Carrying electrical device in BCS exams is restricted as usual like previous

The authority of Public Service Commission (PSC) has put restriction on carrying any kind of electronic devices during the preliminary test of the 37th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) examinations to be held on 30 September, said a press release on Monday. Restricting on carrying books, calculator, bag and all kinds …

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Is This Called Friendship? BSF killing 28 Bangladeshis this year !

The killing of unarmed Bangladeshis by India’s Border Security Force (BSF) along the border continues, despite repeated reassurances of ‘zero violence’ from New Delhi. The Indian home minister, Rajnath Singh, reiterated the reassurance at the home ministers’ conference of the the two neighbours in New Delhi this July, but to …

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