France, Kuwait and Tunisia attacks: 52 Dead

Terrorist AttacksThe terrorist attacks on tourist hotels in Tunisia: 37 Dead

At least 37 people were killed the attacks on two hotels in Tunisia Sousse.  The two hotels are known as the tourist hotels.

Unidentified a gunman attacked today. Tunisia’s Interior Ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui already confirmed the killing. He termed the attack a terrorist attack.

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One-year prison sentence for possession of cobra snakes

cobra.pngPolice arrested a man with 17 cobra snakes then the mobile court has sentenced him to one year.

Convicted Babul Mia was trying almost one month to create a snake farm in a house at Keraniganj Dhaka.

Dhaka University professor and Bangladesh Government snake farm committee’s caller Dr. Anwarul Islam said, whoever is the snake farm in Bangladesh does it illegally, and the Forest Department does not approve of such farms.

The snake venom for use to come from India, and there’s no a large market basically in Bangladesh. Continue reading

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Bangladesh won by 79 runs against India

Bangladeshi CricketIndia was all out for 228 runs to chase the big scores. Bangladesh went ahead 1-0 in the three-match series. After winning the toss, Bangladesh 300 runs over whether it was quite skeptical. But in the end Shakib Al Hasan and Shabbir Ahmed with heroics gave India a fighting score from Bangladesh.

Once the game started after the rain, one after another began to lose wickets Bangladesh. Bangladesh team for rain until everything was right.  Two Bangladeshi openers Tamim Iqbal and Shommo Sorkar attacked Indian bowlers.

The Bangladeshi opening partnership had to create news highest ran record for an own team. They remained seven and a half runs per over. Continue reading

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The traffic in the four countries signed an agreement with Bangladesh

Indian HighwayBangladesh, India, Nepal and Bhutan in the road goods and passenger traffic have been signed today. Communications ministers of the four countries signed the agreement in Bhutan’s capital Thimphu.

According to official information, Today’s agreement is a demo agreement, after then technical aspects of considering to another agreement and protocols.

Under the agreement between the three types of vehicles, these four countries will be able to navigate. These include passenger vehicles such as buses or private cars and the cargo. Continue reading

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