Bangladesh is hosting the 56th edition of the annual gathering of Bishwa Ijtema. The event takes place in the town of Tongi, by the banks of the River Turag, after two years of hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Pakistan’s economy seems to be on the verge of crashing. The economic issues especially the fuel crisis that the country has been facing appear to be finally taking a toll on common citizens. Although Pakistan had been grappling with such issues since quite long, things seem to be quite apocalyptic for the common citizens this time. The power crisis has worsened to such an extent that orders have been given for early closure of shopping malls, markets. Pakistan barely even has enough stock of oil, gas and electricity to keep its basic infratructures up and running. Just recently, Pakistan cabinet has approved the ‘National Energy Conservation Plan’ to save energy to deal with the power and fuel crisis. But how did the country reach at such critical stage? Is it also going Sri Lanka and Bangladesh’s way when it comes to economic hardships? Let’s break it down for you in this video. But before that don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to Oneindia.
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An Afghan Taliban member called out Pakistan for surrendering to India in the 1971 war that led to the creation of a new nation, Bangladesh from erstwhile East Pakistan. While warning Pakistan against attacking the Taliban, Taliban member Ahmad Yasir tweeted, "Interior Minister of Pakistan! Excellent Sir! Afghanistan, Syria and Pakistan are not Turkey to target the Kurds in Syria. This is Afghanistan, the graveyard of proud empires. Do not think of a military attack on us, otherwise, there will be a shameful repetition of the military agreement with India."
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