Angelina Jolie praises Hasina as ‘exemplary’ leader

The special envoy of the UN’s refugee agency UNHCR paid a courtesy call on the prime minister at the Ganabhaban in Dhaka on Wednesday after visiting for two days the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar where more than 1 million Rohingyas have taken shelter. Read More »

Highlights of the Conference in U.S

“For this reason, my administration recognized the true capital of Israel and proudly opened the American Embassy in Jerusalem,” he added. Read More »

World Famous Women Who Wore Hijab

The Princess of Wales visits the Badshahi Mosque on 27 September 1991 wearing a knee length skirt. For most Pakistanis, it was the first time they had seen a woman walk through a grand mosque with her legs uncovered, and some clerics complained that they would have preferred her to wear trousers. Read More »

An Unmanned aerial vehicle has released

An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS); which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two. Read More »

Secrets about Kim Jong Un’s personal train

North Korean TV on Tuesday aired footage of Kim’s departure for Beijing. He is seen walking along a red carpet to board the train, and waving to dozens of government officials and army officers who lined up to send him off. Read More »

New Photos of Asma al-Assad After cancer treatment

Asma al-Assad received on Thursday a number of families and sons of the martyrs who passed away while combating terrorism and in defense of Syria’s dignity and glory. Read More »

Politicians called out for copying

the story of a Saravan controversy in the Consultative Assembly, which controversy last week to a customs official by broadcasting a movie of his hatakies. In this short video, it can be seen that apparently Mr. Larry, who is expecting to meet with the head of the administration, asks the employee to prompt him to direct the head of the ... Read More »