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Banglalink expands 4G network across country

Dhaka, Oct 16 (UNB)- Banglalink, has expanded its strong 4G network across the country to provide customers with seamless connectivity and quality digital services. Along with the upgrading of nearly 1000 sites to 4G, Banglalink has expanded its coverage to another 400 locations. Read More »

Turkey-Syria offensive: Not our border, says Donald Trump

President Donald Trump has said Turkey’s incursion into Syria is “not our border”, and called the former US allies the Kurds “no angels”. The US is facing intense criticism for withdrawing its forces from Syria, which some say gave Turkey the green light to launch a cross-border offensive against Kurdish-led forces. Read More »

Homeless opera singer in first concert after going viral

Los Angeles – The crowd cheered as Emily Zamourka took the stage.”I didn’t have much time to practice,” she confided in an audience gathered to celebrate the designation of Los Angeles’ new Little Italy on Saturday. “So I’m just gonna sing the same song I sang on the subway…That ok with you?” Zamourka launched into Italian composer Giacomo Puccini’s aria, ... Read More »

Brexit reveals Jeremy Corbyn to be the true moderate

By Jonathan Cook If there is an upside to Brexit, it is this: it has made it increasingly hard to present Jeremy Corbyn, contrary to everything the corporate media has been telling us for the past four years, as anything but a political moderate. In truth, he is one of the few moderates left in British – or maybe that ... Read More »

Hydroponic farming gains ground in saline coastal region

KHULNA – Climate vulnerable households in the country’s costal region are showing interest in adopting soilless hydroponic farming system to grow vegetables to meet their nutritional demand. “We have already introduced the hydroponic agriculture in our locality as arable land is not adequate here to cultivate vegetables through conventional farming…salinity also affects vegetable farming here,” Ripon Kumar Mondal, chairman of ... Read More »