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syd-art-1Bagerhat is a district of Bangladesh which is entirely green and peaceful yet. In where folk tales are born and evolve with the roar of Royal Bengal Tiger. Partha Protim Bala is an inherent artist who was born and grown up with the sense of omnipresence of life in Bagherhat. And this essence of his psyche will be found in the exhibition in 3rd November at PenrithCity Library in Australia, where his 20 watercolor have displayed. It is arranged by Bangla Hub, a non-profit organization of Bengali community in Sydney for Bangladeshi artists. Under the title of `Rendezvous of Sydney’ Partha convey a visual perception for his viewers and art connoisseurs how a folk comprehend his essence and beauty of origin.

At a first glance educated viewers must find out dominating academic features. I also agree with such reading. But I have a different look also. Partha is one of those rare folk, who havetravel Australia as an artist, not a job seeker. And he was also engaged with his homeland in...

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rohi-nibondhonStaff Reporter
Bangladesh has briefed the non-resident envoys of about 76 countries, who are accredited to Bangladesh but based in New Delhi, seeking their support to any international move to pressurize Myanmar to repatriate their nationals forcibly displaced from its Rakhine state.
Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali held separate briefings with the non-resident en-voys of about 76 countries on the issue, said the High Commission on Saturday.
High Commissioner Muazzem Ali...

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un-secretaryInternational Desk : UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres decried the humanitarian "nightmare" faced by Myanmar's Rohingya on Thursday and demanded that the government end military operations and open humanitarian access to its conflict-wracked western region.

"The situation has spiraled into the world's fastest developing refugee emergency, a humanitarian and human rights nightmare," Guterres said in a speech to the UN Security Council.

More than 500,000 forcibly displaced Myanmar...

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rohkdfjubCox's Bazar : The United States has declared of providing an additional $6 million to the UN World Food Program (WFP) to address the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh.

"The United States, through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing an additional $6 million to the UN World Food Program (WFP) to address the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh," a US embassy press release said here yesterday.

The release said this funding is an addition to the $1 million provided to WFP...

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