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Bangladesh’s tallest man Jinnat Ali dies

Bangladesh’s tallest man Jinnat Ali dies

Bangladesh's tallest man Jinnat Ali died in Chittagong Medical College Hospital this morning. He was 24.

He was undergoing treatment at the hospital's neurosurgery department.

Dr Khurshed Anwar, an assistant register of the department, confirmed the news.

He said Jinnat had been suffering from a brain tumour and other complications for a long while.

Jinnat was admitted at the hospital yesterday and placed on life support, he added.

He breathed his last around 4 am.

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Himalayan vulture rescued in Bogura

Himalayan vulture rescued in Bogura

A Himalayan Griffon Vulture was rescued from Gabtali upazila of Bogura today.

Bogura forest department officials and International Union for Conservation ...Details»

Five ways you can use ice in your beauty routine

Five ways you can use ice in your beauty routine

1. you can use ice in your beauty routine

The ice cubes are more useful than just cooling beverages. Believe or ...Details»

Shakib enters elite 6000-run club in ODI

Shakib enters elite 6000-run club in ODI

Before entering the World Cup encounter against West Indies on Monday, stalwart Shakib Al Hasan needed 23 runs to complete ...Details»

Neymar ruled out of Copa America after Brazil beat Qatar

Neymar ruled out of Copa America after Brazil beat Qatar

Brazil's 2-0 friendly win over Asian champions Qatar in Brasilia on Wednesday came at a heavy cost after they lost ...Details»

Shah Rukh urges fans to vote in a new music video

Shah Rukh urges fans to vote in a new music video

India has entered full election mode: voting began on 11 April, and the final ballot will be cast more than ...Details»

Karachi to host West Indies-Pakistan T20Is in April

Karachi to host West Indies-Pakistan T20Is in April

Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi announced on Sunday that the West Indies cricket authorities have confirmed three T20Is in ...Details»

Tigers snatch record win

Tigers snatch record win

A collective effort from the batsmen orchestrated by Mushfiqur Rahim helped Bangladesh scale their highest ever chase in the Nidahas ...Details»

Guardiola fined £20,000 by FA after wearing yellow ribbon

Guardiola fined £20,000 by FA after wearing yellow ribbon

Pep Guardiola, Spanish professional football coach and former player who is the current manager of Manchester City, has been fined ...Details»

Poor batting display of Tigers favoured India to win convincingly

Poor batting display of Tigers favoured India to win convincingly

Bangladesh portrayed another below standard batting display in their first Nidahas Trophy encounter against India as men in blues remained ...Details»