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        জাতীয় পার্টি ছাড়া দেশের উন্নয়ন সম্ভব না : এরশাদ : - জাতীয় পার্টির চেয়ারম্যান ও সাবেক রাষ্ট্রপতি হুসাইন মুহাম্মদ এরশাদ বলেছেন, আগামীতে লাঙলে ভোট দিয়ে জাতীয় পার্টিকে ক্ষমতায় আনতে হবে। আগামী জাতীয় সংসদ নির্বাচনে জাতীয় পার্টি এককভাবে নির্বাচন করবে। জাতীয় পার্টি ক্ষমতায় আসলেই স্বস্তি আর শান্তি আসবে মানুষের মধ্যে। জাতীয় পার্টি ছাড়া দেশের উন্নয়ন সম্ভব নয়। মানুষের ভাগ্যর পরিবর্তন করতে পারে একমাত্র জাতীয় পার্টি। সোমবার বিকেল সোয়া ৩টার দিকে গাইবান্ধার সুন্দরগঞ্জ উপজেলার আব্দুল মজিদ উচ্চ বালক বিদ্যালয় মাঠে এক জনসভায় তিনি এ সব কথা বলেন।
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          #LikeMinded - This month, @BBC_Future is exploring social media’s impact on mental health and well-being: #LikeMinded. Stay tuned! bbc.com/future/story/2…
        •   Image copyright AFP Image caption The baby girls were joined at the abdomen and lower body A life-saving operation to separate a pair of Palestinian conjoined twins from Gaza has been successful, doctors say. The baby...
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            China becomes world’s second-largest LNG importer - China has this year become the world’s second-largest LNG importer after Japan, analysis of shipping data from Reuters Eikon has revealed. Asia’s number-one economy imported around 38 million tons of liquefied natural gas this year, an over 50-percent annual increase. To compare, Japan’s LNG imports this year stood at 83.5 million tons, while South Korea’s were about 37 million tons.
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              Barking mad? Dogecoin cryptocurrency hits $2bn milestone - A cryptocurrency inspired by a popular dog meme, that was set up as a joke, is now valued at nearly $2 billion. Dogecoin hit the $2 billion market capitalization milestone on Sunday before slipping back to $1.85 billion at the time of writing on Monday. The breakthrough marks another landmark moment for the digital currency which hit $1 billion for the first time on Christmas day.
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                Iran bans English in primary schools after calls to end Western ‘cultural invasion’ - Iran has banned teaching English in primary schools, a top education official says. The move comes amid repeated calls from Tehran to put an end to the Western “cultural invasion” of the Islamic Republic. “Teaching English in government and non-government primary schools in the official curriculum is against laws and regulations,” Mehdi Navid-Adham, head of the state-run High Education Council, said on state TV on Saturday. “This is because the assumption is that, in primary education, the groundwork for the Iranian culture of the students is laid.”
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                  Hacker who stopped WannaCry, indicted for malware, gave a forced confession – defense team : Lawyers for a hacker who stopped the WannaCry ransomware that paralyzed computers around the world and almost brought the NHS to its knees, says he was coerced into confessing to spreading malware, being tired and intoxicated. Marcus Hutchins, 23, was arrested in Las Vegas airport after attending the annual Def Con hacking convention and later indicted for advertising, distributing and profiting from a malware code called “Kronos” between July 2014 and July 2015. Kronos is downloaded via email attachments and exposes banking and credit card credentials. Hutchins, AKA 'MalwareTech,’ the British hacker who currently resides in Los Angeles after posting $10,000 bail, denies all six counts of creating and distributing the banking trojan. In court documents filed Friday, his defense team alleges he had been subjected to prior surveillance before his arrest and therefore, arresting officers would have known that he was "exhausted and intoxicated at the time."
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                    'Keep Kim on his toes': US officials scramble to defend Trump's 'nuclear button' tweet - Almost a week on, US officials are still cleaning up the fallout from President Donald Trump's "bigger nuclear button" tweet, but America's UN envoy and the CIA director are both arguing it's all for the sake of peace. Throughout the week, major drama has been unfolding around threats of mutually assured destruction between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump. In his New Year address, Kim declared North Korea to be a nuclear power whose symbolic "red button" is ready and capable of striking the continental US.
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                              Mark Zuckerberg's goal for 2018: 'Fixing' Facebook - Each year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gives himself a personal challenge. Run one mile a day. Read a book every other week. Eat only what he kills. For 2018, however, Zuckerberg is essentially challenging himself to do better at his day job. Zuckerberg said Thursday his personal challenge for 2018 is working to prevent Facebook from being misused in ways that potentially do harm to its billions of users and to society at large. "The world feels anxious and divided, and Facebook has a lot of work to do -- whether it's protecting our community from abuse and hate, defending against interference by nation states, or making sure that time spent on Facebook is time well spent," Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post Thursday. "My personal challenge for 2018 is to focus on fixing these important issues." Zuckerberg continued: "We won't prevent all mistakes or abuse, but we currently make too many errors enforcing our policies and preventing misuse of our tools. If we're successful this year then we'll end 2018 on a much better trajectory." The admission of Facebook's shortcomings in protecting its platform, and Zuckerberg's goal to double down on addressing them, comes after a bruising year for the company. Related: Silicon Valley's 'gut-wrenching' year confronting its dark side Facebook, along with Twitter (TWTR) and Google (GOOGL), has come under fire since the 2016 presidential election for its role in spreading fake news, enabling polarizing filter bubbles, and not catching Russian propaganda campaigns.
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                                          He had a pedigreed education and a corporate job overseas that he wanted to use for good. But while trudging in suit and tie through another 110-degree Delhi day, Franz Gastler had an epiphany that would end up lifting first his own life, then...
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