Google and Its Undersea Cloud Future

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The internet Giant  Google recently announced that it’s will be developing some undersea submarine cable to expand its clouds business.  Google already one of the biggest private optical fiber network developer in the world. Google and its service Already handle roughly 40% of all internet traffic.  Already majority uses Google Maps for navigation Google Earth for the research and the Gmail for online communication. the biggest search engine And one of the most valuable brands in the world. Google mother company Alphabet Inc already have submarine cable network what’s already…

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A confusing Mobile Court Now In High Court

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A High Court bench of Bangladesh asked some respondent to explain why a sentence by A mobile court should not be scrapped and why legal action should not be taken against those involved a sentence  given by Mobile court run by a magistrate .  It has been seen as a major violation of law done by the mobile court in recent years. The high court also asked why the victim will be not given 20 lakh as a compensation. The convicted is now in bail.   The story started when…

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China, Russia Support Rohingya Killing : cast veto against : USA on Myanmar in Security Council

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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – China and Russia on Friday vetoed a U.S. resolution calling on Myanmar’s military junta to stop persecution of minority and opposition groups, killing the measure in the U.N. Security Council. The vote was 9-3 in favor of the resolution, with three abstentions. But two of the negative votes came from permanent members with veto rights. Both Russia and China, which had not cast a double veto since 1972, made the point the United States needed to listen to their complaints carefully. They argued that human rights…

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Rohingya crisis: textbook example of ethnic cleansing

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Media captionAid agencies say Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are in desperate need of aid The security operation targeting Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar “seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing”, the UN human rights chief says. Zeid Raad Al Hussein urged Myanmar to end the “cruel military operation” in Rakhine state. More than 300,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since violence erupted there late last month. The military says it is responding to attacks by Rohingya militants and denies it is targeting civilians. The violence began on 25 August when…

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Rohingya : Terrorist or Freedom Fighter ?

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What’s behind the Rohingya crisis in Burma? More than 300,000 people, most belonging to Burma’s Rohingya ethnic group, have fled their country for neighboring Bangladesh. Here’s why the crisis is unfolding. (Jason Aldag, Max Bearak / The Washington Post) Over the past 2½ weeks, the coastal borderland between Burma and Bangladesh has become the site of almost incomprehensible misery and suffering. The United Nations says 313,000 people, most belonging to Burma’s Rohingya ethnic group, have fled with nothing but the clothes on their backs to fetid roadside encampments in Bangladesh. They are escaping what…

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Admiral Harry B. Harris ,Commander, U.S. Pacific Command In Bangladesh

Admiral Harry B. Harris ,Commander, U.S. Pacific Command In Bangladesh

Admiral Harry, the Commander, U.S. Pacific Commander who heads an 18-member delegation, arrived in Dhaka on a three-day visit Saturday. Area Commander of Logistic Area of Bangladesh Army Major General Ataul Hakim Sarwar received the delegation at the Zia International Airport. Admiral Harris assumed command of U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) on May 27, 2015. He is the 24th .Harris commanded VP-46, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 1, Joint Task Force-Guantanamo, the U.S. 6th Fleet, Striking and Support Forces NATO, and the U.S. Pacific Fleet.Harris has logged 4,400 flight hours, including more than…

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