Bangladeshi Local Newspaper Editor Chopped with Machete’s in front of Police

Mahmudur Rahman (Bengali: মাহমুদুর রহমান; born 6 July 1953) is the one of the owners and the editor of one of Bangladesh’s Bengali daily newspapers, Amar Desh. He is also an engineer and businessman. Amar Desh acting Editor Mahmudur Rahman was attacked right in front of the local law enforcement on the premises of the Kushtia court, allegedly by Bangladesh Chhatra […]

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Indonesians Slaughter 300 Crocodiles in Cold Blood

Indonesian villagers armed with knives, hammers and clubs slaughtered 292 crocodiles in revenge for the death of a man killed by a crocodile at a breeding farm, an official said. Photographs released by Antara news agency showed bloodied carcasses of the crocodiles in a large pile in the Sorong district of the eastern Indonesian province […]

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Deaths linked to WhatsApp rumours

Indian police have arrested 16 people after two men became the latest victims of hysteria over WhatsApp rumours of child kidnappers. The men had stopped to ask directions in north-eastern Assam state when they were beaten to death by a large mob. Rumours of child kidnappings are spreading across India over WhatsApp, and have already […]

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Wedding photographer proclaimed a “hero” after beating up groom with child bride in Turkey

A Turkish wedding photographer has been declared a hero on social media after admitting that he beat up a man who was getting married to a 15-year-old girl. Onur Albayrak – a photographer in the eastern Turkish province of Malatya – saw red when he found out the girl’s age, reported the Hurriyet Daily News. […]

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Bangladesh – dawn of Islamism | DW Documentary

– In Bangladesh headlines are dominated by violence: Secular bloggers murdered by islamic extremists, government opponents disappear, the Hindu minority is under attack. The country that wants to reconcile democracy and Islam appears to be finding it harder and harder to strike a balance between the two. Bangladesh was born in blood. The Bangladeshi government […]

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#Sanju

Sanju is one of the most awaited films in the recent times. Based on the life of controversial movie star Sanjay Dutt, this film has Ranbir Kapoor playing the lead role and has hit the screens today. Sanju box office collection day 14: Ranbir Kapoor’s film Sanju has been working wonders at the box office. After […]

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Old Wives Tales

Old wives’ tale is a term used to indicate that a supposed truth is actually spurious or a superstition. It can be said sometimes to be a type of urban legend, said to be passed down by older women to a younger generation. Such tales are considered superstition, folklore or unverified claims with exaggerated and/or […]

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Windows 10 tips, tricks, & suggestions

Since its inception, Windows 10 has included a number of user experience features that provide useful tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows, as well as app suggestions from the Microsoft Store. These features are designed to help people get the most out of their Windows 10 experience by, for example, sharing new features, […]

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Benefits Of Evening Walk

Start going for evening walks daily and gradually you would start noticing the effect that it has on you. Going to a park and doing nothing apart from taking a brisk walk would do wonders. Seeing the somber sunset or the lush green trees in the ascending silhouette will definitely uplift your mood. The following […]

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The Many Ways World War 3 Could Begin Tomorrow

World War A war involving many large nations in all different parts of the world. The name is commonly given to the wars of 1914–18 and 1939–45, although only the second of these was truly global. Since 1756, the modern-state system has experienced four global wars; The Seven Years War, The French Revolutionary Wars, World […]

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‘Tintin 2′ Is Not Dead Says Spielberg

“Peter Jackson has to do the second part,” Spielberg told Premiere. “Normally, if all goes well, he will soon start working on the script. As it takes two years of animation work on the film, for you, I would not expect to see it for about three years. But Peter will stick to it. Tintin […]

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Bangladeshi Air passenger tied up after Masturbating on Malaysian Stewardess

A Bangladeshi man has been detained for stripping naked & attacking a female flight attendant while masturbating on her uniform skirt during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka. The incident occurred on a Malindo Air Malaysian flight from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia to Dhaka Bangladesh. Shortly after the Malindo Air flight departed from Kuala Lumpur […]

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Scientists Predict 2019 – 2023 Will Be the Year of Massive Earthquakes

Scientists have warned there could be a big increase in numbers of devastating earthquakes around the world from 2019 – 2023. They believe variations in the speed of Earth’s rotation could trigger intense seismic activity, particularly in heavily populated tropical regions. According to Science Mag, Earth’s rotation began to slow nearly five years ago, which […]

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The ‘Invisible Enemy’ Strikes Another Intellect in Bangladesh

A top secular / science fiction novel writer named Zafar Iqbal has been attacked at a local Bangladeshi university. Writer Zafar Iqbal was reportedly stabbed in public in front of a daylight audience (of 500 people) in the head while taking part in an university event in Dhaka Bangladesh. The well-known secular activist and science […]

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Voltron roars back onto Netflix

Voltron: Defender of the Universe is an American animated television series that features a team of astronauts who pilot a giant Super Robot known as “Voltron”. Keep in mind that Voltron has a 78 episode commitment. Season 5 got us up to 45 episodes so there are plenty of Voltron episodes yet to come! Apparently, […]

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Insects For All Life are Dying Out in ecological Armageddon

The number of flying insects has plummeted by 75 per cent in the last 25 years, according to a study that suggests we are approaching an “ecological Armageddon”. The implications for humanity are profound, with insects providing an essential role for life on earth as pollinators of plants and prey for larger animals. But exactly […]

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Pig toilet – Bacon anyone?

A pig toilet (sometimes called a “pig sty latrine”) is a simple type of dry toilet consisting of an outhouse mounted over a pigsty, with a chute or hole connecting the two. The pigs consume the feces of the users of the toilet, as well as other food. A fuuru (pig toilet) in early 20th century Okinawa. China’s government has been trying to […]

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Lawyer in Egypt proclaims it’s a “national duty” to rape girls who wear ripped jeans

“I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her, Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing?” says Nabih al-Wahsh a lawyer in Egypt. The Egyptian lawyer has […]

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13 year old Bangladeshi School Girl Burnt Alive for Mobile Phone

A 13 year old Bangladeshi school girl named Aziza Khatun was burnt alive after allegations of stealing her Aunty’s mobile phone were found out to be true. Beauty Begum, the paternal aunt of Aziza, accused Aziza of stealing a mobile phone, which disappeared from her house eight days ago, according to local witnesses. It was […]

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Shyness is Genetic?

Shyness (also called diffidence) is the feeling of apprehension, lack of comfort, or awkwardness especially when a person is around other people. This commonly occurs in new situations or with unfamiliar people. Shyness can be a characteristic of people who have low self-esteem. Stronger forms of shyness are usually referred to as social anxiety or […]

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