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How Bangladesh is beating the odds on climate disaster deaths

The New Humanitarian 02 Dec 2021
When Cyclone Bhola hit what is now present-day Bangladesh in 1970, it killed 300,000 to 500,000 people ... “I had to start my life from zero,” Kashem, now 80, told The New Humanitarian from his home in Dalalkandi, a village on the coast of Bangladesh about 360 kilometres south of the capital, Dhaka ... sjn-bangladesh-volunteers.jpg ... sjn-bangladesh-mud.jpg.
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HAM radio operators help reunite brothers

The Times of India 08 Nov 2021
Sachin Debnath, a mentally disabled youth from Dakshin Dinajpur spotted at Bongaon, was reunited with his family after two months with the help of HAM radio operators ... The HAM radio operators got the reference of Prabir who was at the Bangladesh border driving a goods truck then.
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Dalai Lama urges world to pay attention to Tibet's ecology amid resource exploitation by China

Beijing News 31 Oct 2021
... climate crisis, Radio Free Asia reported ... Almost 1.4 billion of the Chinese population, India's 1.3 billion people, 175 million Southeast Asians, and hundreds of millions of residents of Pakistan and Bangladesh depend on waters that originate from Tibet, Radio Free Asia reported.
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The Bangladesh Genocide. 5. The First Killing Fields

Bitter Winter English 30 Oct 2021
... than expected, galvanized by the announcement by the Awami League of March 26, made on behalf of the incarcerated Mujid and broadcast from a radio in Chittagong still under control of the Bengalis, which proclaimed the independence of East Pakistan under the name of Bangladesh.
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Mahalaya: Birendra Krishna Bhadra heralds the arrival of Durga Puja; here's why an age-old tradition still inspires hope

Hindustan Times 06 Oct 2021
The dawn of Mahalaya holds a special significance to the millions of Bengalis in India, Bangladesh, and beyond. At 4am sharp, households tune in to their FM radios, where the All India Radio (AIR) continues to broadcast editions of the Mahishasura Mardini programme every year.
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‘Shubho Mahalaya’: PM Modi extends his greetings, seeks Maa Durga's blessings

Hindustan Times 06 Oct 2021
The dawn of Mahalaya holds a special significance to the millions of Bengalis in India, Bangladesh, and beyond. At 4am sharp, households tune in to their FM radios, where the All India Radio (AIR) continues to broadcast editions of the Mahishasura Mardini programme every year.
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Fifty years ago, remote Dimapur airstrip gave wings to fledgling Bangladesh Air Force50 years ago, ...

Deccan Herald 28 Sep 2021
We are going to establish our air force in exile and you are going to be the first officers of the Bangladesh Air Force.” ... The Indian prime minister's declaration over radio said “the war in Bangladesh has become a war on India”, which was followed by India’s own massive aerial counter strikes ... Bangladesh. Bangladesh Army.
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South Africa’s Khadija elected IPI executive board chair

Dawn 19 Sep 2021
The IPI general assembly, meanwhile, re-elected as executive board members Zaffar Abbas, Editor, Dawn, Pakistan; Mahfuz Anam, Editor and Publisher, The Daily Star, Bangladesh; Monika Eigensperger, Director of Radio, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF), Austria; David Jordan, ...
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Langer claims Australia in better place after talks

Dawn 31 Aug 2021
Langer came under intense scrutiny in the wake of recent consecutive white-ball series losses to the West Indies and Bangladesh, with friction over his intense leadership and mood swings again resurfacing ... times,” Ponting, who captained Australia from 2004 to 2008, told 2GB radio.
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Ponting lends support to embattled Australia coach Langer

Reuters 30 Aug 2021
Langer has come under scrutiny amid media reports players have tired of his intense coaching style after disappointing results on recent limited-overs tours of the West Indies and Bangladesh ... a few times," Ponting, who captained Australia from 2004 to 2008, told 2GB radio.
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'I really felt for Justin, rang him up a few times': Ricky Ponting lends support to Australia coach Justin Langer

Hindustan Times 30 Aug 2021
Langer has been copping a lot of flak after surfacing of media reports suggesting that he tired his players with an intense coaching style after disappointing results on recent limited-overs tours of the West Indies and Bangladesh ... Australia from 2004 to 2008, told 2GB radio.

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