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Five missing Bangladeshi may have moved to India


MNA Editorial Desk: As news agency reports, at least five people, included in the missing list released by Bangladeshi Law enforcement agency after the Gulshan and Sholakia attacks, may have moved in to India. The report said that the problem was a crucial part of a current meeting between home ministers of Bangladesh and India in New Delhi. Three days back, RAB has published names of 68 persons were missing since 2011. All of them aged between 15 and 40 years. Two months back, Assam police smashed a JMB campground in Chirang district, which was used for working out purpose ...

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Hindi remake of Kabali with Amitabh Bachchan


MNA Culture & Entertainment Desk: Rajinikanth’s Kabali is a remarkable achievement in South India but to ensure the movie gets its due in Hindi-speaking regions; plans are reportedly on to a Hindi Bollywood remake with Amitabh Bachchan in the lead. Kabali unlocked to a great response in July 22 with thousands of Rajini fans gathered to single screens and multiplexes to watch the first show of the movie. The movie was released over 12,000 screens in India and as well as in the US, UK and Malaysia. The film was also dubbed in Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Malay languages. While ...

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Bangladesh and India merged Benapole-Petrapole


MNA Business Desk: Bangladesh and India have merged South Asia’s busiest land check-post at Benapole-Petrapole for easing the movement of general public and goods. Prime Ministers Sheikh Hasina and Narendra Modi unlocked the new ‘Petrapole Integrated Check Post’ (ICP) through a video call on Thursday. Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee linked them from Kolkata. Narendra Modi said on Thursday, India’s progress is linked to that of all its neighbors, as he along with his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina inaugurated Petrapole-Benapole land port which will serve as a key trade route. This is the second ICP on the India-Bangladesh ...

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IS recruiter detained connected to Zakir Naik


MNA Editorial Desk: As media reports, security forces of Navi Mumbai have detained a suspected Islamic State (IS) recruiter supposedly connected to controversial preacher Zakir Naik. Arshid Qureshi, alleged to have persuaded youths in Kerala and influenced them to join the IS, was detained in a joint operation by anti-terror squad on Wednesday. He has been remanded to four days’ police custody. He is supposed to have been working with Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation as a Public Relations Officer since 2004 and was drawing a salary of Rs. 44,000. The TV station reported a case was registered against Qureshi ...

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Maoist killed 10 paramilitary commandos in India


MNA International Desk: Maoist insurgents have killed 10 paramilitary commandos in eastern India after ambushing their convoy and exploding a series of bombs, police said on Tuesday. At least 10 CRPF commandos belonging to its elite Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (COBRA) battalion were killed in an IED blast in the jungles of Bihar’s Aurangabad district on Monday. The personnel of the COBRA unit were ambushed after which an encounter started between the two sides. The encounter took place as CRPF personnel started combing operation on information of a big assembly of ultras in Madanpur, a heavily Maoist-infested area of ...

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Will new iPhone face challenge in China and India?

Apple’s new iPhone SE is being introduced and immediately the questions come that, will new iPhone face challenge in China and India? Apple Inc.’s has introduced their new product iPhone SE and it has first class features and a relatively lower price. Despite that, its prospects in key markets like India and China could be limited by its smaller size from iPhone’s previous versions. New iPhone SE has only a four-inch display.At the product launch in Cupertino, California on Monday, Apple’s Vice President of iPhone Product Marketing Greg Joswiak pointed out China as a target market and according to him, ...

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