Bangladesh politics are dominated by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Bangladesh Prime Minister Vows Justice for Six Students Killed in Demonstrations

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina vowed on Wednesday to hold accountable those responsible for the deaths of six individuals, including anti-government protesters, amidst ongoing student protests that have led to the indefinite closure of campuses nationwide. The violent clashes, the...
Massive Fire Shopping Mall in China

Six Dead in Massive Fire at Popular Shopping Mall in China

At least six people have died in a fire at a shopping mall in southern China, state media reported on Wednesday. The tragic incident occurred at a shopping complex in Zigong, a city in western Sichuan province. The fire broke...
Six found dead in Bangkok hotel room in suspected poisoning

Bangkok Hotel Deaths: Six Found Dead, Poisoning Under Investigation

Six foreign nationals were discovered dead in a luxury hotel room in central Bangkok on Tuesday, prompting a high-profile investigation led by Thai authorities. Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin addressed the media, confirming suspicions of poisoning as the likely cause of...
Cooking Oil

China Cooking Oil Scandal: A Symptom of Broader Food Safety Issues

China which came to light earlier in July highlights the long-standing struggle to improve food safety measures in the country. The scandal, first revealed by state-backed media The Beijing News on July 2, involves two Chinese companies that reportedly used...
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party

Pakistan Enforces Ban on PTI; Imran Khan’s Supporters Rally Against Decision

In a significant political development, the government of Pakistan has announced that it will ban the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, which is led by the imprisoned former Prime Minister Imran Khan, on the grounds of alleged involvement in anti-state activities....
Shows a stone pillar covered with blue sheets at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo after graffiti reading "toilet" in English was found earlier in the day. June 1, 2024

Japanese Police Arrest Chinese Man Over Defacement of Controversial Shrine

In a recent incident that underscores the ongoing diplomatic tensions between Japan and China, a Chinese national residing in Japan has been arrested for allegedly vandalizing the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. The shrine, which commemorates Japan's war dead, including wartime...
Myanmar Coup

Myanmar Resistance Gains Ground in Fight for Democracy

In Myanmar's war-torn borderlands, a discernible pattern has emerged. From Myitkyina and Bhamo in northern Kachin state to Lashio in northeastern Shan and Sittwe on the Bay of Bengal, the Myanmar Army is retreating into urban bastions fortified by air...
North Korea

North Korea’s Cultural Purge Continues with Ban on Slang and Bridal Dresses

North Korea, under the rule of Kim Jong Un, is notorious for its stringent control over its citizens' lives, aiming to eliminate any influence from the outside world, especially South Korea. A recent report released by South Korea's Unification Ministry...
Malaysia's Defends of Evicting Sea Nomads for Security Concerns

Malaysia’s Defends of Evicting Sea Nomads for Security Concerns

Malaysian authorities have staunchly defended their controversial decision to evict hundreds of sea nomads from their homes off the coast of Sabah state, asserting that the move was necessary to bolster security and tackle cross-border crime. More than 500 individuals...
Bangladesh

Bangladesh’s Offer of Amnesty and Tax Incentives

Dhaka, Bangladesh In a bid to bolster revenue, Bangladesh's government is proposing a controversial amnesty program with substantial tax incentives for individuals who have not declared their assets. This initiative, announced by Finance Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali on Thursday...
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