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Repatriated OFWs in Davao with Covid-19 now at 13

Sun Star 01 Aug 2021
Airport Monitoring Team Head Generose Tecson said in an interview on 87.5 FM Davao City Disaster Radio Friday, July 30, three of the cases were passengers from Dhaka, Bangladesh, and 10 were from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) ... Those who tested negative need to undergo another seven days of quarantine ... “They are screened, but it does not matter ... .
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10 OFWs test positive for Covid-19

Sun Star 27 Jul 2021
Davao Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio bared this during her radio interview on Monday, July 26, 2021, adding that of the 10, three were from Dhaka, Bangladesh and seven from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) ... Duterte-Carpio said in an interview on 87.5 FM Davao City Disaster Radio.
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Watch: Meet Ayisha Abdul Basith: Indian expat singer in UAE with 2.1m subscribers, 246m views on YouTube

Gulf News 21 Jul 2021
Maryam Masud, the famous Quran reciter, and Ishrak Hussain, popular singer — both from Bangladesh — are among them. Ayisha’s songs are played on various radio and TV channels across the globe — mainly, Egypt, Turkey, South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India ... Her main followers are from Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, UK and US.
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Voice of America announces ending its Bangla radio service

The Wire 15 Jul 2021
Voice of America on Tuesday announced that it is ending its radio service in Bangla that served Bangladesh, West Bengal, Assam and Tripura for 63 years ... “When VOA Bangla launched in January 1958, Bangladesh was known as ‘East Pakistan’ and it was a territory ...
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Birth of a nation, and the fall of the house that Jinnah built

Business Line 22 Jun 2021
As the then director of All India Radio’s External Services, UL Baruah chronicled the tumultuous events that led to the birth of Bangladesh in a series of commentaries aired on the Urdu, Pushtu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Bengali and West Asian services of AIR ... Radio Pakistan broadcast a recording of the President’s speech.
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Tiger collared in India enters Bangladesh after travelling 100km in four months

The Independent 09 Jun 2021
A tiger that had been radio-collared in India crossed creeks, islands and water bodies, travelling around 100km in four months, to reach neighbouring Bangladesh. The tiger started its journey in December last year after forest officials attached a radio ...
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Collared In India, Tiger Travels 100 Km In 4 Months To Reach Bangladesh

NDTV 08 Jun 2021
A tiger, radio-collared in the Sunderbans of India, was found in Bangladesh's part of the mangroves after undertaking a journey of about a 100 kilometres over the course of four months ... .
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Walk to remember: Tiger covers 100km in 4 months to reach Sundarbans in Bangladesh from Indian forest

Hindustan Times 07 Jun 2021
A tiger which had been radio-collared in India was found to have travelled around 100km to reach Sundarbans in Bangladesh over a period of four months, West Bengal’s chief wildlife warden VK Yadav was quoted as saying ... The tiger could originally have come from Bangladesh before foresters captured him for radio-collaring, Yadav added.
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Collared in India, tiger covers 100km in 4 months to reach Bangladesh Sunderbans

The Times of India 07 Jun 2021
A tiger radio-collared in the Sunderbans by foresters, who wanted to study its movement pattern near human habitation, has taken officials by surprise by trav-elling all the way to the Bangladesh part of the mangroves, a journey of about 100km in over four months.
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Tiger covers 100km in 4 months to reach B'desh Sunderbans

The Times of India 07 Jun 2021
A tiger radio-collared in the Sunderbans by foresters, who wanted to study its movement pattern near human habitation, has taken officials by surprise by trav-elling all the way to the Bangladesh part of the mangroves, a journey of about 100km in over four months.
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June 3, 1981, Forty Years Ago: Manzur Killed

Indian Express 03 Jun 2021
Angry Bangladesh government troops on Monday night killed rebellion leader, Major General Abul Manzur, Bangladesh radio reported on Tuesday. Manzur faced the wrath of the soldiers, furious over Ziaur Rahman’s assassination, while being brought from a village hideout where the police had captured him, to Chittagong, the radio said.
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Pakistan not at fault but most at risk due to climate change: PM Imran

Dawn 03 Jun 2021
The premier expressed these views while addressing a special event in Islamabad on green financing innovations. The event was organised by the Ministry of Climate Change as part of World Environment Day, according to Radio Pakistan. "We are more vulnerable than Bangladesh [...] due to the melting of our glaciers," he said. "It is not our fault ... .
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50 years on, Bangladesh remembers Kolkata radio station which gave them hope during liberation warThe ...

Deccan Herald 25 May 2021
Till a week after Dhaka was freed, this house on a lane off the main Ballygunge Circular Road, was headquarters and sole transmitting radio station for 'Swadhin Bangla Betar' (Free Bangladesh Radio), broadcasting news bulletins, plays, songs and "above all hope" for a beleaguered people.
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50 years on, B'desh remembers Kolkata radio station which gave them hope during liberation war

Yahoo Daily News 25 May 2021
Till a week after Dhaka was freed, this house on a lane off the main Ballygunge Circular Road, was headquarters and sole transmitting radio station for 'Swadhin Bangla Betar' (Free Bangladesh Radio), broadcasting news bulletins, plays, songs and 'above all hope' for a beleaguered people.
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