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Heatstroke kills 30 in Thailand this year as kingdom bakes

The Philadelphia Inquirer 25 Apr 2024
... Asia this week, prompting schools across the Philippines to suspend classes and worshippers in Bangladesh to […]...
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Heatstroke kills 30 in Thailand this year, extreme heat warning issued

Khaleejtimes 25 Apr 2024
A wave of exceptionally hot weather has blasted parts of South and Southeast Asia this week, prompting schools across the Philippines to suspend classes and worshippers in Bangladesh to pray for rain.
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‘Every day I cry’: 50 women talk about life as a domestic worker under the ...

AOL 25 Apr 2024
All of the women interviewed worked seven day weeks and had passports confiscated by their employer ... In the jail, she was shocked to be separated from her child, apart from three 30-minute visits a week.
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Bangladesh internet slowdown may persist

Xinhua 24 Apr 2024
The repair work of the cable will persist until the last week of May, according to Bangladesh Submarine Cables PLC, Private news agency bdnews24.com reported Tuesday ... Bangladesh ...
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Thousands in heatwave-hit Bangladesh pray for rain

Khaleejtimes 24 Apr 2024
Bangladesh's weather bureau says that average maximum temperatures in the capital Dhaka over the past week have been 4-5 degrees Celsius (39-41 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the 30-year average for the same period.
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Warning issued as southeast Asia swelters in extreme heat

RTE 24 Apr 2024
Muslims pray for rain in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh ... Bangladesh's weather bureau said average maximum temperatures in the capital over the past week have been 4-5C higher than the 30-year average for the same period.
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Aid agency head raises climate change alarm as Bangladesh 'hotter than Abu Dhabi'

The National 24 Apr 2024
Asif Saleh, the executive director of Brac, an international development organisation in Bangladesh, said that schools and universities were closed this week because of a heatwave likely caused by climate change.
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Extreme heat scorches Southeast Asia, bringing school closures and warnings

Gulf News 24 Apr 2024
Bangladesh’s weather bureau said average maximum temperatures in the capital over the past week have been 4-5C (7.2-9F) higher than the 30-year average for the same period ... Similar prayer services were held in other parts of Bangladesh, police said.
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MV Abdullah safely reaches Dubai

SAFETY4SEA 23 Apr 2024
The pirates demanded a ransom of $5 million, and the ship was released on April 13 ... The vessel will be unloaded Sunday or Monday, and two crew members will return to Bangladesh by flight while the others will join the ship in the first week of May.
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GMS: Recycling markets start to perk up

SAFETY4SEA 22 Apr 2024
In fact, steel plate prices in Bangladesh & Pakistan remained flatlined at respectively firm levels – the effects of which has only helped these markets grab their share of high-priced fixtures since ...
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GMS Week 16 – VERSIONS OF VOLATILITY!

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 21 Apr 2024
This week, various holidays concluded across the globe just as Indian ...
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Atif Aslam's humble reaction to emotional fan during concert leaves internet impressed. Watch

Hindustan Times 21 Apr 2024
Pakistani singer Atif Aslam was performing in a concert at Bangladesh last week, when a female fan turned up on stage and hugged him. The singer's graceful response was captured by a fan and is now going viral on social media. (Also read ... Explore now!.
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Evening briefing: Ex-WWE wrestler ‘The Great Khali’ calls Rahul Gandhi ‘jumla’; light rain likely in ...

Hindustan Times 21 Apr 2024
Dig Deeper. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi(ANI) ... After this, the temperature may increase slowly by 1-2 degrees ... Pakistani singer Atif Aslam was performing in a concert at Bangladesh last week, when a female fan turned up on stage and hugged him ... ....
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'Mustafizur has nothing to learn in IPL. CSK don't have headache over his fitness, we ...

Hindustan Times 17 Apr 2024
Earlier this week, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) granted Mustafizur Rahman an extended No-Objection Certificate for his stint with the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the IPL ... Bangladesh will not ...
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Myanmar instability hits two crucial India-funded infrastructure projects

Hindustan Times 10 Apr 2024
Since late last year, Myanmar’s resistance forces and armed groups aligned with the government in exile have overrun scores of military bases and key trading and crossing points on the borders with China, India and Bangladesh.

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