Jalil's 'Trumpcard', Begum Zia's 'Home abandonment', Fakhrul's 'Red card'

December. The month of victory. The month of our pride and glory. December, February, March; We have many emotions about these three months. During these three months, Bangladesh is full of festivities. We remember our achievements and progress in various events and colorful arrangements. But this December is different. A little bit of discomfort, a little bit of fear.

After several breakthroughs, Bangladesh has appeared as a rising tiger in South Asia. Breaking the circle of hunger and poverty, leaving all threats behind, this Bangladesh is invincible-irresistible. The frenzy of indomitable energy of millions of people leads the nation to achieve a new identity- 'Solvent Bangladesh' in its golden jubilee of independence, from the stigma of a 'bottomless bucket.' Bangladesh is now an incredible amalgamation of communal harmony with unquestionable success in economy, enterprise, industry, culture, education, and health.

Five police men have been suspended in the incident of snatching two militants from the Chief Judicial Magistrate Court premises on Sunday. The police officers were suspended by Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) on Monday, confirmed Deputy Commisioner of DMP's media wing Faruk Hossain during a press briefing in the capital.

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    Turkey launches airstrikes over northern Syria

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