Within 10 days will drop abdominal fat!

The earliest fat fades in stomach. There is a drink in your home, which will reduce the fat of the stomach in just 10 days.

It’s Ginger and Cumin. Ginger and Cumin juice can be reduced stomach fat by only 10 days.

Let’s know how this water can be made :

Add one spoon of cumin and one piece of ginger 500 milliliter water to boil well. Until the water is going halfway. Drink this drink for 10 days.

The results will be seen in your eyes.


Ex-MP Yusuf taken to Dhaka for better treatment

he ailing former parliament member Mohammad Yusuf was shifted to Dhaka today for better treatment.

Yousuf was admitted to Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) yesterday at the directive of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

The former MP was undergoing treatment at Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and a medical team, formed for his treatment, referred to take him to Dhaka when his condition worsened.

Earlier, the PM asked the Chittagong Deputy Commissioner (DC) to take necessary steps for treatment.

He was an elected Member of Parliament from Rangunia constituency in 1991 by defeating the then war criminal and NDP chief late Salauddin Quader Chowdhury.


India-China agree to end Sikkim stand-Off

International Desk: China and India have agreed to end a lengthy stand-off at the Sikkim border that began in June, said the government today. The breakthrough was reached by diplomatic talks, India said.

“On this basis, expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is on-going,” said the Foreign Ministry.

The breakthrough comes ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trip to China in a few weeks for a summit of the BRICS group of nations. Indian sources said that soldiers from both sides have begun withdrawing, but the process of removing them will not be completed today.

The conflict, which was the worst in decades, saw 300 soldiers from each side, confronting each other on the remote Doklam plateau in the Eastern Himalayas. India ignored repeated baiting and aggressive rhetoric by China to insist it would seek diplomatic channels to resolve the tension.

India had also urged that both sides withdraw troops to engage in dialogue; Beijing insisted on the unilateral pulling out of India’s soldiers.


We now feel unbeatable at home’

The most celebrated all-rounder, Shakib Al Hasan, who is the top ranked all-rounder in all three formats of the game gave his view on Bangladesh’s change in mentality in an interview with the newspaper, The Guardian of England.

“Previously the mindset was to draw against big teams – try to play five days, make a draw,” he told The Guardian.

“But there is no shortage of self-belief at this moment… Now we feel that we are very much unbeatable at home – doesn’t matter who we are playing against. So this is the belief that makes a team a very good team, and a winning team

Shakib has not always been considered among the best all-rounders in the Test format despite being top-ranked on all formats of the game. However, that’s not a slight on him since Bangladesh hardly features in Test matches.

Since Shakib’s Test debut in 2007, he has featured in 49 of the 56 Tests Bangladesh have played. During that period, teams like Australia and England have played 114 an131 Tests respectively.

That’s a huge gap in ‘Test action’ for Bangladesh compared to the top sides in cricket.

Shakib said: “It is frustrating, we can see the difference. But that’s how it is. We can’t do anything.”




High Court clinches death penalty for two convicts

The High Court has clinched the death sentence of two convicts in the sensational Biswajit murder case.

The two death row convicts are Rafiqul Islam Shakil and Rajan Talukdar.

The court also gave the penalty of four others and acquitting two – all of whom were sentenced life time imprisonment for murdering Bishwajit Das.


Easing of Entry & Exit restrictions for Bangladesh travellers to India

Desk,24june: As per revised guidelines, entry/exit restrictions have been removed on visas issued to Bangladesh nationals from 24 International Airports and ICPs at Haridaspur and Gede. The International airports include Ahmedabad, Amousi (Lucknow), Varanasi, Bangalore, Calicut, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Dabolim (Goa), Delhi, Gaya, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Amritsar, Trichy, Trivandrum, Bagdogra and Chandigarh.

2.The revised guidelines are aimed at further liberalizing the movement of Bangladesh nationals to India in an effort to strengthen people-to-people contacts.


Australian embassy threatened to blow off

Staff Correspondent,25 april: Bomb threats have been made to Australian embassy in Dhaka’s Gulshan via email on Tuesday.

Gulshan police station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Abu Bakar Siddique confirmed the matter to shikkhabarta.com.

Abu Bakar Siddique said a threatening email message had been sent to Australia’s embassy in Gulshan. Someone sent the email demanding Tk5 lakh from Australia’s High Commissioner to Dhaka.

Otherwise the Australian embassy would be blown off, the message revealed.

Following the threat, additional security measures have been taken in the embassy area, OC added.


Pig organs using to treat newborn babies with birth defects

Newborn babies suffering from birth defects will be treated with altered pig organs as doctors in Britain become the first in the world to use the procedure.

The procedure will be conducted next year on about ten babies suffering from oesophagus astresia, a rare condition where the upper section of the gullet does not connect to the stomach, making it difficult to swallow and can quickly lead to more serious problems, including choking and pneumonia.

The babies, will receive transplants from pig organs which will be modified using the child’s own stem cells.


‘Operation Maximus’ ends with death of 3 militants

Law enforcers have ended the ‘Operation Maximus’ on the militant den at Borohat in Moulvibazar municipality area and they have found three bodies of militants there.

Monirul Islam, chief of Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime, revealed this to journalists after ending the operation around 12:00pm on Saturday.

“The law enforcers have ended ‘Operation Maximus’. Three bodies of the militants — two males and one female — were found inside the hideout,” he said.

One of them was directly involved with the explosions in Sylhet’s Shibbari police checkpost while a joint force was conducting the ‘Operation Twilight’ on ‘Atia Mahal’ which killed seven people including RAB and police officials, Monirul said.


Dhaka railway staff sacrifices life to save child, woman

Staff Correspondent:An old staff of Bangladesh Railway today died while trying to save a woman and a child from being crushed under a speedy train in the capital’s Kuril area.

The deceased was identified as Badal Mia, 58, from Mymensingh and just years before his retirement, was a technical assistant of the engineering department of railway service.

Police said, Badal was busy in maintenance work around 1:30pm when he saw a woman and a child crossing the rail lines at Kuril Biswa Road area oblivious to an approaching train.

Yasin Faruque, officer-in-charge of Dhaka Railway Police Station, said that he pushed the woman and the child off the rail lines but could not save himself.

The train named Surma Express was coming in from Sylhet.

The dead body will be taken to Dhaka Medical College and Hospital for autopsy.


College student Juma’s assailant held

Sylhet Correspondent:Police held the assailant, who stabbed female college student Jhuma at Kaliganj Bazar in Zakiganj upazila on 15 January, in Sultanpur Haor area of the upazila on Thursday morning.

Sylhet additional superintendent of police Shuggyan Chakma said the attacker, Bahar Uddin, was held at about 7:00am.

Earlier, on 15 January, Bahar Uddin stabbed 19-year-old Jhuma Begum following the refusal of his marriage proposal.

Jhuma is a student of Ichhamati Degree College and a resident of Rasulpur village in the upazila.

However, Bahar Uddin is a student of the same college.

Bahar Uddin, a resident of Rasulpur village, had an affair with Jhuma for long. Around 5:00pm on 15 January, Bahar intercepted Suma at Kaliganj Bazar on her way home from the college and proposed marriage. As Jhuma refused the proposal, Bahar stabbed her indiscriminately, leaving her injured, reports UNB.

Hearing the victim’s screams, local people rescued the girl and took her to Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital.

The alleged attacker, however, managed to flee the scene before locals reached the spot.

On 16 January, Karima Begum, Jhuma’s mother, filed a case against Bahar Uddin with the Sylhet police.


Depression may be as risky as obesity and cholesterol

Health Desk:A study has found that the risk of death by cardiovascular diseases due to depression may be just as great as that posed by high cholesterol levels and obesity,

Worldwide 350 million people are affected by depression, according to the World Health Organisation.

“Our study shows that the risk of a fatal cardiovascular disease due to depression is almost as great as that due to elevated cholesterol levels or obesity,” said Karl-Heinz Ladwig, professor at Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Germany.

Depression accounted for nearly 15 per cent of the cardiovascular deaths.

“That is comparable to the other risk factors, such as hypercholesterolemia, obesity and smoking,” Ladwig said, noting that these factors cause 8.4 to 21.4 per cent of the cardiovascular deaths.

In the study, the team included 3,428 male patients between the ages of 45 and 74 years and observed their development over a period of 10 years.

The researchers analysed the relationship between depression and other risk factors like tobacco smoke, high cholesterol levels, obesity or hypertension and how big a role does each factor play?

The results show that only high blood pressure and smoking are associated with a greater risk.

The study was recently published in the journal Atherosclerosis.

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IELTS Corner

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System and it is a test of English language proficiency. The test is designed to assess the language ability of foreign speakers of English who intend to study or work, where English is the main language of communication.It covers all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. The IELTS test focuses on International English, which includes British English, American English and other varieties like Australian or South African English.

IELTS is jointly managed by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, British Council and IDP Education Australia.

In Bangladesh, the British Council is responsible for taking tests, with test centers in Dhaka, Rajshahi, Sylhet, Khulna, Chittagong. They run three test sessions per month, the fee for a regular IELTS exam is BDT 15,200.

WHY IELTS?Most Universities and work organi“ations in countries like UK, Ireland, Australia, Nwe Zealand, Canada and USA require a test to judge English language ability, IELTS is one of the most widely recogni“ed medium of such tests. For immigration and further studies abroad alike, IELTS is necessary.

The test is measured in Bands, or averages of the marks obtained in the four main language skills out of a total of 10. Universities and organi“ations typically require a band score of between 6 and 7.

However a band score of 7+ is encouraged in Bangladesh.

Through the coming weeks, we shall learn the question pattern and practice a fwe problems ourselves.


‘Thirty-first night was their target’

Staff Correspondent:Monirul Islam, chief of Counter Terrorism and Transnational CCounter-Terrorism the DMP media centre that the militants arrested collected some weapons and blasting materials to destroy the 31st night.
The militant leaders of Rajshahi Zia, Haider and Shahidullah planned to attack the people to destroy at 31st night, he added.
CTTC Unit of Police on Tuesday night attested some militants named Md. Riaz and Mamun from Darus Salam area of the capital.


Russia plane crash: 11 bodies recovered

Staff Correspondent: At least 11 dead bodies were rescued from the black sea in Russia till now.

A huge search operation is continuing “round the clock” in Russia, after a Russian military plane with 92 people on board crashed into the Black Sea.

Some 3,500 people on ships, jets, helicopters and submersibles are involved in the operation near Sochi. The Tu-154 plane – carrying soldiers, members of a famed army music ensemble and reporters – was heading for Syria.

All those on board are feared dead after Sunday’s crash. Monday has been declared a national day of mourning.

Search teams – including 139 divers – worked through the night in three shifts, and the operation “did not stop for a minute”, Defence Ministry spokesman Maj Gen Igor Konashenkov said at a briefing on Monday morning.


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