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  • 23 Apr 2018
    Bangladesh Cricketer could be jailed for life

    One of Bangladesh's top female cricketers could be jailed fo...

    Bangladesh Cricketer could be jailed for life 23 Apr 2018

    One of Bangladesh’s top female cricketers could be jailed for life after being caught with 14,000 methamphetamine pills, in her case.
    Nazreen Khan Mukta, who plays first-grade cricket in the Dhaka Premier League, was returning from a match in the south-eastern city of Cox’s Bazar when police stopped and searched the team bus at Chittagong.
    She denies the charges.

  • 23 Apr 2018
    India to Meet China for talks

    Indina Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi...

    India to Meet China for talks 23 Apr 2018

    Indina Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet in China next week to improve bilateral relations, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi made the confirmation this morning.

    President Xi has invited PM Modi to iron out issues between the two neighbours.
    both world leaders will try to reboot bilateral ties bogged down with a host of disputes and differences.

  • 23 Apr 2018
    Asifa Protests in Southall last night

    The out rage that followed rape and murder of Asifa an 8 yea...

    Asifa Protests in Southall last night 23 Apr 2018

    The out rage that followed rape and murder of Asifa an 8 year old girl form a Muslim nomadic community in Jammu and Kashire has never been far away from the ears of Indian Prime Minister Modi n his recent travels.
    The perpetrators who belong to the dominant Hindu community are accused of hiding behind the state. Which has lead to frustration by justice campaigner. Such frustration spilled out onto the streets of Southall West London last night
    When protesters gathered to voice their opinion. In audio exclusively gathered by Dilse Radio one woman is being heard saying the people behind the death of little Asifa should be hung and that United Nations should get involved.

  • 20 Apr 2018
    New Plan for Smaller Commonwealth States

    Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London – a new...

    New Plan for Smaller Commonwealth States 20 Apr 2018

    Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London – a new inititive to help Small States get access to global markets has been approved.
    Sri Lanka pledged financial contribution to setup the Small States Trade Financial Facility.
    It is expected that commonwealth Small States will have access to 300 million US dollars of incremental trade finance over a three year period from this programme.
    The other countries supporting this endeavour are India, Mauritius and Malta.

  • 20 Apr 2018
    Clean drinking water in Pakistan under review

    Clean drinking water still remains an issue in the Khyber ar...

    Clean drinking water in Pakistan under review 20 Apr 2018

    Clean drinking water still remains an issue in the Khyber areas of Pakistan
    The region’s chief minister will take the stand today to explain to the Pakistani parliament why the are has failed to provide for its people.
    sewerage water is dumped into canals and rivers.
    The UN last year described it as hum rights failure.

  • 20 Apr 2018
    Major fire breaks out in Ghaziabad

    A Major fire has just broken out in a pipe factory near Kaus...

    Major fire breaks out in Ghaziabad 20 Apr 2018

    A Major fire has just broken out in a pipe factory near Kaushambi metro station in Ghaziabad,
    Reports say over 12 fire brigades form across the region have been rushed to the blaze. An official from the fire department was confirmed as injured .
    The cause of the fire is unknown at the moment. Thick, black smoke was seen emerging from the pipe factory in Ghaziabad and all public transport in that part of India is temporarily suspended.

  • 19 Apr 2018
    A new record for Nepalese women climbing Mount...

    A record number of Nepalese women are climbing Mount Everest...

    A new record for Nepalese women climbing Mount Everest 19 Apr 2018

    A record number of Nepalese women are climbing Mount Everest this spring season.

    Fifteen Nepalese women are planning to climb from the Nepali side, with just five male Nepali climbers so far.

    Many of this year’s female climbers want to use the opportunity to bring attention to gender and environmental issues.

  • 18 Apr 2018
    Hate Speech on the rise in India

    A new data collection exercise in India has found that The u...

    Hate Speech on the rise in India 18 Apr 2018

    A new data collection exercise in India has found that The use of hateful and divisive language by high-ranking politicians has increased almost 500% in the past four years.
    Hate speech in India is defined as statements that are, casteist, or calls to violence. The instances could invoke action under laws that cover hate speech.
    The data was collated from public record and the internet, as well as using our network of reporters covering nearly 1,300 articles.

  • 18 Apr 2018
    10 dead in severe weather in Kalkata last...

    10 people have died in Kolkata and other parts of West Benga...

    10 dead in severe weather in Kalkata last night 18 Apr 2018

    10 people have died in Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal after heavy rain and strong winds last night. Flights, train services and traffic in Kolkata were severely hit too due to thunderstorm and the strong winds.

    Of the 10 killed, four each died in Kolkata and Howrah districts. One death was reported from Bankura and another from Hooghly.

    The severe wind hit the city with a gale force of 98 km per hour .
    Some metro services in the Indian city are still not fully operational this morning.

  • 18 Apr 2018
    21 |Wedding goers killed in road accident

    At least 21 people were killed and many others suffered seri...

    21 |Wedding goers killed in road accident 18 Apr 2018

    At least 21 people were killed and many others suffered serious injuries after a mini-truck they were travelling in fell off a bridge over the Son river in Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh.

    According to primary information, the mini-truck was reportedly coming from Singrauli district and was heading to Sidhi for a marriage. The vehicle fell about 60-70-foot down onto the dry river bed.