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Rohingya plights in child journalists' eyes

bdnews24.com’s ‘Hello’ organises a discussion of 20 child journalists on their visit to the camps

Indira Gandhi’s fearlessness brought out the best in her

No past Prime Minister of India evokes as much passion as Indira Gandhi

Yuval Steinitz. Reuters

Israel reveals covert contacts with Saudis

This is the first disclosure by a senior official from either country of long-rumoured secret dealings

Call for autorickshaw boycott growing

The boycott call comes in reaction to a strike threat against app-based transport services

Ontario eyes law to end teacher strike

Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the measure

BUET students still boycotting class

They demand punishment to DU students involved in a clash that injured 5 BUET students

Jenson, a Boxer dog rests in his stall on the first day of the Crufts dog show in Birmingham, central England, Mar 11, 2010. Reuters

Dogs lower heart disease risk

Study finds care and compassion for pets can lead to better health

iPhone X face ID "hack"

Vietnam researcher shows how we apparently fooled Apple's face recognition software

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Mafia ‘boss of bosses’ Riina dies in jail

The feared Cosa Nostra head spent nearly a quarter of a century on the run before being jailed in 1993

Photo: Twitter

Star fashion designer Azzedine Alaia dies

Dubbed the 'King of Cling', his dresses were worn by Michele Obama and Madonna

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Rice market normal: Tofail

The commerce minister, however, said there were price fluctuations in the market

German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a news conference following a meeting of the heads of international economy and finance organisations at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Apr 10, 2017. Reuters

Merkel’s coalition talks fail

German chancellor’s fourth term in doubt as pro-business Free Democrats pull out

India's Manushi crowned Miss World

India wins the award after 16 years