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Pakistan rape victim attends US opera inspired by her story Pakistan rape victim attends US opera inspired by her story

Fifteen years after her horrific gang rape by a local clan in her village in Pakistan, Mukhtar Mai is reliving her ordeal


Need to talk frankly about period Need to talk frankly about period

It is unimaginable that in this 21st century girls prefer to stay home during menstruation due to lack of adequate facilities, social taboo


A tale of struggle and success A tale of struggle and success

Nazma is now working as the general secretary of BVIPS. She has overpowered darkness and she has shared her success story with daily sun


Qatar's migrant workers on Gulf crisis frontline Qatar's migrant workers on Gulf crisis frontline

Qatar become isolated after regional giant Saudi Arabia and several allied countries cut all ties to Doha


Through The Lens Of Mass People Through The Lens Of Mass People

Finance Minister AMA Muhith says this budget aims to work with a pro-people strategy


Marjina, once a sex-worker, now a torchbearer of enlightenment Sex-worker now turns into a torchbearer

Marjina extends her hands of cooperation to the less fortunate and helpless young women trapped at the brothel


Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after her wedding: report Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after her wedding: report

The shock revelations were made in a book about her battles with depression, life with Charles and his lover Camilla


Fruits still being treated with chemicals Fruits still being treated with chemicals

Many consumers allege that chemically treated fruits are still being sold in the market for lack of monitoring by the authorities


40 percent kids smoke first cigarette before age 10: Study 40 percent kids smoke first cigarette before age 10: Study

9 percent students reported that they ever smoked cigarettes, even one or two puffs, which was significantly higher among boys compared to girls


‘Bangladesh must feed off happy Cardiff memories’ ‘Bangladesh must feed off happy Cardiff memories’

Bangladesh gets one final chance to make an impression in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, in what is a must-win contest in Cardiff on Friday


Three Bangladeshi females draw huge attention in UK polls 3 Bangladeshi females draw huge attention in UK polls

As many as 11 Bangladesh-origin candidates vie for seats in the House of Commons through this election


This Hindu family in Kolkata keeps ‘roza’ regularly This Hindu family in Kolkata keeps ‘roza’ regularly

It is their way of setting an example of communal harmony and spreading the message of peace in society


PM feeds orphans with own hand PM feeds orphans with own hand

At one stage, Sheikh Hasina is seen feeding one of the orphans with her own hand


Scarcity of playground hinders physical, mental growth of children Scarcity of playground hinders physical, mental growth of children

Only 2 percent children of Dhaka city have the access to playground, BBS recent survey reports


Gopalganj school students suffer classroom damage Gopalganj school students suffer classroom damage

The teaching is being hampered badly as they have to accommodate students two or three times more than the regular ones in a single class room

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