Thousands of wild animals sold in Wuhan markets months before COVID-19...

Thousands of wild animals were sold in markets in the Chinese city of Wuhan ahead of the COVID-19 outbreak, according to new research. Wuhan, where...

World’s 1st Liquid Nano Urea to be introduced to J-K farmers,...

Taking a giant leap in the agriculture sector and adopting environment-friendly farming practices across the Union Territory, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday flagged...

Indian Army assists Covid vaccination drive in remote villages of J-K’s...

n a bid to ramp up Covid-19 vaccination in Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Army helped the medical department of Baramulla conduct a drive...

BSF Returns Bangladeshi Teenager Strayed Into Indian Territory

BSF Meghalaya keeps a human face while braving the odds on International Border with Bangladesh. Returning an innocent Bangladeshi boy to BGB is one such example where on...

One dead, seven missing after accident at central China coal plant:...

One person died and seven were missing after an accident in a coal mine in central China, state broadcaster CCTV reported on Saturday. The “accidental outburst” occurred...

DNA in Politics

Someone may think that DNA in politics – what a new word? It is known to everybody that DNA is related with medical science...

China’s ‘splinternet’ will create a state-controlled alternative cyberspace

Cyberspace is one big, unregulated mess. A digital wild west the place refined felony gangs ply their commerce alongside multinational corporations, spy businesses, activists,...

32nd ANNIVERSARY OF TIANANMEN MASSACRE DAY – A TRAGIC REMINDER OF...

The democracy protests in China in 1989 was a remarkable time of solidarity and hope for all peoples under the rule of the Chinese government....

Iran arrests Chinese man accused of posting images of Iranian women...

Iranian authorities arrested a Chinese man for allegedly posting pictures of women he met in Iran on social media without their consent, a prosecutor...

Jammu and Kashmir to get 6 lakh vaccine doses in June:...

J&K Government on Monday said that over 6 lakh doses of vaccine were expected to be available in June and that vaccination would be...

Study says COVID-19 was created in Chinese labs

A study has revealed that Chinese scientists created COVID-19 in a Wuhan lab and then even attempted to cover their tracks by reverse-engineering versions...

Dhaka: Chinese national hacks and injures two Bangladeshi youths

A Chinese national has hacked and injured two Bangladeshi youths working on the Dhaka-Mawa railway project in Keraniganj near Dhaka. The incident took place...

Bharat Biotech submits 90 pc documentation, confident of WHO emergency use...

Bharat Biotech is confident about obtaining the World Health Organization's (WHO) Emergency Use Listing for its COVID-19 vaccine given its experience of getting its...

AUSTRALIA EXTENDS A FURTHER A$5 MILLION TO SUPPORT BANGLADESH’S COVID-19 PREPAREDNESS

Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has announced that Australia will extend A$5 million (BDT 330 million) to the Red Crescent to support Bangladesh’s COVID-19 preparedness and...

China accused of Bhutan land grab

Stealthily but steadily, Beijing is reportedly building whole towns across internationally recognised borders in a new and dangerous global power play. In early April, the...

BSF Meghalaya Seized Huge Quantity of Cosmetics on Indo-Bangla Border

The Border Security Force in Meghalaya once again foiled smugglers’ illicit plan by seizing huge number of cosmetic items meant to be smuggled to...

Myanmar Regime Reorganizes Committees to Press Ahead With BRI Projects

Myanmar’s military regime has reorganized three crucial committees as it pushes ahead with plans to implement giant infrastructure projects that are a key part...

Europe lashes out at Pakistan’s blasphemy laws

Pakistan is under immense pressure after the latest strident international condemnation for its abysmal human rights record, spiralling religious intolerance and complete disregard for...

Gravitas: UAE and Bahrain to offer a third dose of Chinese...

The UAE and Bahrain will now offer a third shot of China's Sinopharm vaccine. This comes after a group of people didn't develop antibodies,...

Germany’s political party remove ‘one China’ policy from its campaign ahead...

Germany’s political party has removed the “one China” policy from its campaign ahead of general elections and announced its support for the right of...

US to spend billions of dollars in technology for basic research...

The United States Senate has cleared an effort by legislators to set up USD 110 billion in technology funding for basic research as a...

China removes 90 apps to check ‘irregular collection of personal information’

China has asked domestic app stores to remove 90 apps in an attempt to check "irregular collection of personal information." The move comes two weeks...

Taiwanese company mocks Chinese manufacturing as ‘low-quality’

A Taiwanese computer hardware maker has mocked Chinese manufacturing by calling it 'low-quality' and touted its products as Taiwan-made. Gigabyte Technology, a Taipei-based manufacturer specialising...

China’s rust belt population plummeted in last decade, exacerbating regional economic...

China’s ageing population is the least of concerns for young people who can barely afford to make ends meet, much less have children ...

BSF 51 battalion exchange sweets with 18 BGB on the Occasion...

On the occasion of Eid ul-Fitr, the Border Security Force (BSF) 51 battalion exchanged sweets with 18 Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) at the Fulbari...

South Bengal Frontier, BSF Exchange Sweets and Greetings with BGB on...

The South Bengal Frontier BSF has exchanged sweets and greetings with Border Guard Bangladesh on the auspicious occasion of Eid-Ul-Fitr at Pertrapole ICP and...

SOUTH BENGAL FRONTIER, BSF EXCHANGE SWEETS AND GREETINGS WITH BGB ON...

SOUTH BENGAL FRONTIER, BSF EXCHANGE SWEETS AND GREETINGS WITH BGB ON THE AUSPICIOUS OCCASION OF EID-UL-FITR 1. The South Bengal Frontier BSF has exchanged sweets...

A centenary, a golden jubilee and a vision for South Asia

Shamsher M. Chowdhury, BB The presence of no less than five South Asian heads of states and governments in Dhaka to celebrate the twin events...

Domestic violence on the rise during lockdown

Violence against women has always been a serious issue, but due to ‘honour’ and ‘culture’ of our society, it is seldom talked about because...

Jammu and Kashmir: KU holds online talent hunt programme ‘Azmat-e-Ramadhan-ul-Mubarak’

The University of Kashmir on Saturday organised an online talent hunt programme ‘Azmat-e-Ramadhan-ul Mubarak’. The day-long event was organised by the university’s Boys Hostels in...