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WikiLeaks’ latest about OPCW fake Douma Report blaming Syria

By Caitlin Johnstone 28 Dec. 2019 – This is getting really, really, really weird. WikiLeaks has published yet another set of leaked internal documents from within the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) adding even more material to the mountain of evidence that we’ve been lied to about an alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria last year ... Read More »

53pc web users more concerned about online privacy in 2019

The constantly evolving internet and the rising number of cybercrime threats have affected the trust of global online users. According to PreciseSecurity.com research, 53 percent of them have become more concerned about their online privacy compared to a year ago. The statistics show it is the first time the level of internet privacy concerns has increased since 2014. Read More »

The UK election should be about ideas, not polls

by Lea Ypi on 13th November 2019 With the UK facing one of the most important elections in decades, the focus should be on the clear programmatic differences between the main parties, rather than weekly polling outcomes. If I were to give unsolicited advice to media pundits preparing to comment on the upcoming general election it would be the following: ... Read More »

Justin Bieber opens up about his steep fall from grace

Justin Bieber is opening up about a string of “bad decisions” that led him to go from being a beloved teen performer to “the most ridiculed, judged and hated person in the world.” In a very personal and introspective Instagram post , the pop star examines how childhood fame led to depression, lack of responsibility, “doing pretty heavy drugs” and ... Read More »

Beyoncé’s Lion King album is more about her

Following in the footsteps of Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther, Beyoncé has released a 14-track album to accompany Disney’s remake of The Lion King. “This is sonic cinema,” said the star, who plays Nala in the film, as she announced the record, called The Gift. Many of her collaborators are familiar – from Jay-Z and Pharrell to her Lion King co-star ... Read More »

Meghna Gulzar opens up about shooting with Deepika Padukone

After directing two successful thrillers, Talvar and Raazi, ace filmmaker Meghna Gulzar has now completed a biopic on acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal titled Chhapaak. Slated to release on January 10, 2020, the film stars Deepika Padukone as Malti and Vikrant Massey as her life partner Amol. Meghna wrapped up the shoot of the film in just 43 days. The ... Read More »

Bomb-like object at BSMMU worries BNP about Khaleda’s life

Dhaka, June 7 – BNP on Friday voiced deep concern over the life and security of its chairperson Khaleda Zia as a petrol bomb-like object was reportedly recovered from the administrative building of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Thursday. Speaking at a press conference at BNP’s Nayapaltan central office, BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi demanded ... Read More »

Ranveer Singh shares 9 mini clips about ‘83

Ranveer Singh has been prepping hard for his role in Kabir Khan’s ’83. The film revolves around the historic win of the Indian Cricket Team at the World Cup in 1983. They were deemed as underdogs and still went on to dominate the tour and came out victorious under the leadership of Kapil Dev. Ranveer will be essaying the part ... Read More »

Educating girls about menstruation and menstrual hygiene

By Ida Horner Surrey, England, May 28 2019 (IPS) – The organisers of Menstrual Hygiene Day say that although there has been a lot of good work on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) either currently underway or already completed, we are a long way off from achieving an even playing field for girls and women worldwide. Menstruation stigma persists in some ... Read More »

It’s time to talk about democracy at work

by Stan De Spiegelaere Democracy at work has many benefits but above all, it is a matter of human dignity. My normal bike commute to work was interrupted by red flags. No revolution (yet) but industrial action blocked access to an energy company (and my bike path). Asked about their complaints, one of the strikers said: ‘Management ignores the rules ... Read More »

Alia Bhatt opens up about suffering from anxiety

Alia Bhatt is at the top of her game currently. The actress’ last release Gully Boy was a massive success and her upcoming release Kalank is creating a mega buzz among the audience already. Alia has some big projects in her kitty currently including Brahmastra and S.S Rajamouli’s RRR. What’s more she’s found love in Ranbir Kapoor as well. The ... Read More »

About 1.3 million to appear at BD HSC exams from Monday

Dhaka, March 31 – At least over 1.3 mln examinees are going to sit for Higher Secondary School (HSC) examinations beginning Monday. Education ministry sources said they have taken all necessary preparations to hold HSC examinations without any irregularities and warned that tougher actions would be taken if found any lapses in conducting exams. A total of 13,51,505 examinees would ... Read More »

What football teaches us about migration

By International Organization for Migration Jun 26, 2018 (IOM) – Football is more than just a popular sport in many societies. Regardless of origin, social class or skin colour, if there is any sport that can give one a sense of identity and belonging, it is this one. It doesn’t matter if it is played with a proper ball or ... Read More »