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Bollywood becomes an industry of egoists, Rise Of South Indian Cinema

Indians across the world erupted in celebration as Naatu Naatu, the popular track from the action-packed film ‘RRR’, made history by becoming the first movie from the country to win the Academy Award for best original song. A similar feat that saw ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ winning best documentary short film gave the country two Oscar-winning films in one night. While Indians did win Oscars previously, this was the first time an Indian production and film won the Academy Award. ‘The Slumdog Millionaire’ that won…

BD-India Friendship Pipeline will be inaugurated on today

The first ever cross-border energy pipeline between Bangladesh and India will be inaugurated on Saturday afternoon. Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will inaugurate the "India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline" via video-conference, according to a press release issued by Indian Prime Minister's Office here this evening. The 130-kilometre first ever cross border energy pipeline between India and Bangladesh was built at an estimated cost of INR 377 crore. The…

PM slams profit mongers for price hike during Ramadan

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday came down heavily on a section of businesspeople for their unethical act of increasing the prices of essentials commodities during the Ramadan inflicting sufferings on the common people. "The holy month of Ramadan is coming up. We know that during Ramadan, some businessmen try to hike the prices of essentials. This is an absolutely unscrupulous practice," she said. The prime minister said this while inaugurating 50 model mosques along with Islamic cultural centres at…

Bangladesh to continue marching to be smart: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said Bangladesh will never look back again, rather it will continue marching to be a smart, developed and prosperous country. "InshaAllah, Bangladesh will never look back again. The country is marching forward and it will continue. . .," she said while addressing Bangladesh Ansar and VDP's 43rd National Assembly-2023 as the chief guest at the Ansar and VDP academy in Shafipur, Gazipur, reports BSS. Referring to her government's initiative for developing the country's…

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New ‘unidentified object’ shot down over Canada: Trudeau

A US warplane shot down an unidentified object over North American airspace, Canadian prime  minister Justin Trudeau said on Saturday. It was the second day in a row in which the US military shot down an unidentified airborne object. “I ordered the take down of an unidentified object that violated Canadian airspace,” Trudeau said on Saturday afternoon. A US F-22 fighter plane with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which protects Canadian and American airspace, shot down the object over Yukon,…

Russia-Ukraine war: G7 pledges to stand with Ukraine

US government sources briefed that Washington plans to announce as soon as this week that it has bought a Norwegian advanced surface-to-air missile defence system for Ukraine. The announcement of the Nasams purchase will meet one of the key requests from Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who has been warning his key cities are defenceless against Russian missile strikes including those that rained down on the capital, Kyiv, on Sunday. Zelenskiy’s meeting with the G7 leaders was not shown to the public – he could be seen on a…

Israel and Saudi Arabia: Joint defence against Iran

Top military officials from Israel and Saudi Arabia have met in secret US-brokered talks to discuss defence coordination against Iran. Delegations from Riyadh, as well as Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan and Egypt, met the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) chief of staff in the Egyptian town of Sharm el-Sheikh in March, the Wall Street Journal revealed on Sunday, citing US and regional officials. The unprecedented summit marks the first time Israeli officials have met with such a wide range of…

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