Monday,
26 September 2022

BD

Bangladesh ferry accident kills 23, dozens missing (2)
Passengers said more than 70 people had been on board Published: September 25, 2022 16:27 Reuters Dhaka: At least 23 people were killed and dozens were missing after a boat packed with passengers sank on Sunday in the latest waterways tragedy to hit Bangladesh. The bodies recovered so far included women and children, said Jahurul Islam, district administrator of northern Panchagarh, where the accident occurred.
Boat capsize in Bangladesh kills at least 24 Hindu pilgrims (2)
At least 24 Hindu pilgrims have been killed after an overcrowded boat capsized in northern Bangladesh Via AP news wire Monday 26 September 2022 02:33 Boat capsize in Bangladesh kills at least 24 Hindu pilgrimsShow all 3 Boat capsize in Bangladesh kills at least 24 Hindu pilgrimsBangladesh Boat Capsize Bangladesh Boat Capsize Boat capsize in Bangladesh kills at least 24 Hindu pilgrimsBangladesh Boat Capsize Bangladesh Boat Capsize
"Treated Worse Than A Dog": UK Man On Traumatic Russian Detention (1)
Aiden Aslin, who was freed and flown to Riyadh Wednesday with four other Britons held by Russian proxies, said the interrogators tortured him, promising him a "beautiful death". Agence France-Presse Updated: September 25, 2022 5:12 pm IST Aiden Aslin was living in Ukraine and serving in its Marines when Russia invaded in February.(FILE) London: A British man freed from captivity in east Ukraine in a prisoner swap told
Maryam wants to import Indian machinery for son-in-law: Imran (1)
Imran says PDM leaders came to power to enjoy personal benefits September 26, 2022 PTI Chairman Imran Khan. -Facebook KARAK: PTI Chairman Imran Khan Sunday said PMLN Vice President Maryam Nawaz wanted to import power plant machinery from India for her son-in-law while the country had no trade ties with its eastern neighbour. Imran was referring to a controversy which arose a day earlier about a leaked audio that has gone viral on the social media.
Maryam wants to import Indian machinery for son-in-law: Imran (1)
Imran says PDM leaders came to power to enjoy personal benefits September 26, 2022 PTI Chairman Imran Khan. -Facebook KARAK: PTI Chairman Imran Khan Sunday said PMLN Vice President Maryam Nawaz wanted to import power plant machinery from India for her son-in-law while the country had no trade ties with its eastern neighbour. Imran was referring to a controversy which arose a day earlier about a leaked audio that has gone viral on the social media.
Maryam wants to import Indian machinery for son-in-law: Imran (1)
Imran says PDM leaders came to power to enjoy personal benefits September 26, 2022 PTI Chairman Imran Khan. -Facebook KARAK: PTI Chairman Imran Khan Sunday said PMLN Vice President Maryam Nawaz wanted to import power plant machinery from India for her son-in-law while the country had no trade ties with its eastern neighbour. Imran was referring to a controversy which arose a day earlier about a leaked audio that has gone viral on the social media.
Climate change affects developing countries: Safma (1)
September 26, 2022 LAHORE:South Asia Free Asia Free Media Association (Safma) had its first interaction among Safma chapters in a video link conference. Speakers from Afghanistan, Sumandar and Karim, from Sri Lanka Lakshmanan and Toha, Prateek from Nepal, Imtiaz Alam, Jabbar and Amir from Pakistan participated in the discussion while Bulbul from Bangladesh and Kumar Ketkar tried to access the conference.
Climate change affects developing countries: Safma (1)
September 26, 2022 LAHORE:South Asia Free Asia Free Media Association (Safma) had its first interaction among Safma chapters in a video link conference. Speakers from Afghanistan, Sumandar and Karim, from Sri Lanka Lakshmanan and Toha, Prateek from Nepal, Imtiaz Alam, Jabbar and Amir from Pakistan participated in the discussion while Bulbul from Bangladesh and Kumar Ketkar tried to access the conference.
Climate change affects developing countries: Safma (1)
September 26, 2022 LAHORE:South Asia Free Asia Free Media Association (Safma) had its first interaction among Safma chapters in a video link conference. Speakers from Afghanistan, Sumandar and Karim, from Sri Lanka Lakshmanan and Toha, Prateek from Nepal, Imtiaz Alam, Jabbar and Amir from Pakistan participated in the discussion while Bulbul from Bangladesh and Kumar Ketkar tried to access the conference.