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  1. Death penalty must be accorded to rapists, sex traffickers and maximum jail term for officials who are helping them organise the fake IDs.
  2. China's finance ministry and National Health Commission have extended 60.33 billion yuan ($8.74 billion) to help contain a spreading virus, according to a statement on the ministry's website. The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak rose to 81 on Monday, as the government extended the Lunar New Year holiday and more big businesses shut down or told staff to work from home in an effort to curb the spread. ($1 = 6.9040 Chinese yuan)
  3. Swaying voters on the digital space A look at mayoral candidates’ social media campaigns With close to 100 million internet users in the country, everything from shopping to entertainment is moving online, and it is no surprise that mayor and councillor candidates for the two Dhaka city corporation elections have jumped on the bandwagon. From live broadcasts to inspirational videos and at least one hip-hop song groovy enough for dance parties, the competition for voters’ attention on the virtual space is no less serious than the real world. According to the 2018 digital rep
  4. 8 int'l human traffickers held in Dhaka Published at 03:41 pm January 27th, 2020 Two victims were rescued during the drive Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has arrested eight members of an international human trafficking gang from Dhaka's Kamrangirchar, Keraniganj and Mugda areas. RAB 11 conducted a special drive and arrested the members of International Women's Trafficking Cycle on Sunday. The elite force also rescued two victims during the drive, said a press release issued by RAB 11 media office on Monday. RAB also seized 39 passports, photocopies of 66 passports, 18
  5. MDL and L&T has been given permission for the mammoth Rs 45,000 cr submarine programme. I couldn't post the article, hope screenshot suffices. https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/defence-acquisitions-council-shortlists-lt-and-mazagaon-docks-for-rs-45000-crore-p-75-submarine-project/articleshow/73489540.cms
  6. Pressure mounts on Myanmar UN chief to notify UNSC about ICJ genocide ruling Myanmar and its ally China will face mounting pressure after the World Court asked Naypyidaw to stop genocidal acts in Rakhine State, analysts said. The ruling is a slap on Myanmar and its allies, Prof Imtiaz Ahmed, director of the Centre for Genocide Studies at Dhaka University, told The Daily Star yesterday. The most important aspect of the ruling is that Myanmar has to submit a report to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) within four months on the measures taken to prevent the genocidal acts.
  7. Protect Rohingyas from genocide UN’s top court in historic ruling asks Myanmar to take right steps, rejects Suu Kyi’s arguments in genocide trial In a landmark ruling, the top court of the United Nations has ordered Myanmar to prevent acts of genocide against the country’s persecuted Rohingya minority and to stop destroying evidence. In a unanimously-ruled order issued by a panel of 17 judges, and read by presiding Judge Abdulaqawi Ahmed Yusuf, the court yesterday upheld the provisions of the 1948 Genocide Convention - saying Myanmar had “caused irreparable damage to the righ
  8. MCMV: Previous 12, now 8 KA-31: Previous 10, now 6 More P-8s: Previous 10, now 6 LPD: Previous 4, now scrapped Cadet training ship: to be terminated Indian Navy cutting down on procurement due to Budget cuts The rationalisation process has been initiated after consecutive budgets where projected demands of the Navy have not been met. In the current budget, for example, the Navy was allocated Rs 41,259 crore against the projected amount of Rs 64,307 crore, which officials say is not even adequate to continue annual payments for acquisition contracts already signed.
  9. Major step towards holding Myanmar accountable: Gambia The Gambia today said the verdict of the International Court of Justice is a major step towards holding Myanmar accountable for alleged acts of Genocide against Rohingya. The African nation, which initiated the legal battle against Myanmar, came up with the instant reaction after the UN’s top court granted essential provisional measures against Myanmar. “The ICJ unanimously grants essential Provisional Measures requested by the Gambia against Myanmar. Major step towards holding Myanmar accountable for alleged acts of Genocid
  10. A victory for humanity: Foreign minister The verdict of the International Court of Justice hopefully will stop recurrence of ethnic cleansing and genocide in the world, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said in an instant reaction. “A victory for humanity, a milestone for human rights activists across all nations. A victory for Gambia, OIC, the Rohingya and of course, for Bangladesh. God bless humanity and also the ‘mother of humanity' Sheikh Hasina,” he said in a statement this afternoon. The Gambia’s Ministry of Justice hailed the verdict and said, “The ICJ unanimously grants es
  11. Protect Rohingyas: ICJ orders Myanmar The International Court of Justice on Thursday ordered Myanmar to take urgent measures to protect its Muslim Rohingya population from persecution and atrocities, and preserve evidence of alleged crimes against them. Mostly Muslim Gambia launched a lawsuit in November at the United Nations' highest body for disputes between states, accusing Myanmar of genocide against Rohingya in violation of a 1948 convention. Thursday's ruling dealt only with Gambia's request for so-called preliminary measures, the equivalent of a restraining order for
  12. BSF kills 4 Bangladeshis in Noagaon, Jashore India’s Border Security Force (BSF) reportedly killed four Bangladeshi nationals, said to be cattle traders, along the Noagaon and Jashore borders. Among the deceased, three were shot along the Porsha border in Naogaon, while another was tortured to death along the Putkhali border in Sharsa upazila of Jashore. The news surfaced a day after the killing of two Bangladeshi cattle traders by BSF members along the Hatibandha border in Lalmonirhat. The dead in Naogaon were identified as Md Mofizul, 35, of Chak Bishnupur village; Ronjit
  13. Biman today operates a modern fleet of Boeing wide bodies passenger aircraft and Bombardier regional turboprops. In January 2020, Biman expressed interest to buy two more Dash-8 Q400NG short bodied aircraft. This proposal is made to increase the frequency of the flights in domestic and regional routes. Besides, discussion is going on for taking four more Boeing 787-9 that was not taken up by Hainan Airlines and later on passed by Vistara. Besides, the airlines announced buying cargo aircraft in near future.
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