Numerous events are happening around us every day. A few things may come up in the discussion. However, several things become important in terms of time and circumstances. If you don’t know them, you have to fall back in many cases. For this reason, there are some important news for the readers of Jago News from various events happening in different parts of the world.
Oman gave ‘Visa Free Entry’ to 103 countries, not Bangladesh
The Middle Eastern country of Oman has granted visa-free access to 103 countries and regions to facilitate the arrival of tourists. The list of these privileged countries includes India, Bhutan, Maldives, China, USA, Russia, Ukraine, UK, Brazil, Argentina, Japan etc. But countries like Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka are not in this list.
Silicon Valley’s ‘Nero’ flees to Hawaii, endangering customers
There is a saying in Bengali, ‘When Rome was burning, Nero was playing the flute’. That is, this Roman emperor was absent when the city of Rome was destroyed. Without taking any measures to save the state and the people of the state, he was a madman at his own pleasure. Is that history brought back by recently bankrupt Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) Gregory Baker?
Poland is the first country to give warplanes to Ukraine
Poland has become the first country to pledge warplanes to Ukraine. They decided to give four MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine. Poland is a member of NATO. The country’s action is considered important in countering Russia. Polish President Andrzej Duda said that these warplanes will be handed over to Ukraine in a few days.
Israel’s operation again, 4 Palestinians killed
Four Palestinians were reportedly killed in an operation by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin. Palestinian officials have confirmed this information. Israel’s military says troops shot dead two people involved in ‘terrorist’ activities during the operation. They were allegedly killed in a gunfight.
Cyclone Freddie hits, death toll rises to 300 in Malawi
More than 300 people have been reported dead so far in the South East African country of Malawi due to Cyclone Freddy. Many people have been displaced due to floods and landslides caused by the strong cyclone. The country’s president, Lazarus Chakwera, appealed to the international community for relief assistance.
Begging on travel visa, arrested with 3 lakh dirhams in Dubai
Police arrested a beggar with 300,000 dirhams in Dubai. Officials of the country confirmed this information on Thursday (March 16). Pretending to be crippled, the man used to beg in various mosques and residential areas. Three hundred thousand dirhams were recovered from his fake artificial leg.
Fraud in India as PMO officer
As a high-ranking government official, he took advantage of whatever was available. Like- J Plus security, bulletproof cars, accommodation in five-star hotels at government expense and much more. He even visited different states, attended meetings and gave advice. In these places he introduced himself as the Additional Director of Strategy and Campaigns of the Indian Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). But actually he was a fraud.
Bangabandhu’s 103rd birth anniversary is celebrated in Kolkata
Today, March 17, is the 103rd birth anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the undisputed leader of the world, the greatest Bengali ever, the father of the nation of Bangladesh and National Children’s Day-2023. The day is being celebrated with due dignity at Bangladesh Sub-High Commission premises in Kolkata on Friday.
Imran Khan’s arrest warrant suspended for two days
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday (March 17) suspended the non-bailable arrest warrant of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Toshakhana case. But that was done only for two days. The warrant was originally suspended to allow Imran Khan to appear before the trial court on Saturday (March 18).
The Economist reports: US banking system at risk of rising interest rates
The turmoil in the banking system could not have been predicted even a few days ago. The apprehension is not over yet. Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) suffered the worst. On March 9, depositors withdrew $42 billion from the bank. SVB was one of three major US banks to collapse in a week.
Others are paying $30 billion to save First Republic Bank
This time, First Republic Bank, a commercial institution based in San Francisco, is in trouble. The bank is in crisis of confidence of investors and customers. And a group of America’s largest banks has come forward to protect that bank. 11 banks are providing $30 billion in deposit support to First Republic Bank.
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