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কর্তার বাড়িতে থাকতে বাধ্য, বিদেশি গৃহকর্মীরা নিপীড়িত

ফিলিপাইনের নাগরিক মার্তা (ছদ্মনাম)। ২৯ বছর বয়সে ২০১১ সালে তিনি একমাত্র ছোট্ট মেয়ে ও অসুস্থ বাবাকে দেশে রেখে কাজের জন্য যান হংকংয়ে। তিনি জানতেন, হংকংয়ে বিদেশি গৃহকর্মীরা ভালো বেতন পান। রিক্রুটিং এজেন্সি তাঁকে বাসার হেলপারের কাজের কথা বলে হংকংয়ে পাঠায়। ঘরবাড়ি গোছানো, রান্না করা ও সংসার সামলানোই হেলপারের কাজের মধ্যে পড়ে। তবে আইনগতভাবে নিয়োগকর্তার বাড়িতেই থাকতে তিনি বাধ্য হন।

 


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Everything you need to know about the Galaxy S10!

April 18, 2019 — The Galaxy S10’s week one sales were 16% higher compared to the S9

The Galaxy S10 offers a lot of big improvements over the S9, and thanks to new data from Counterpoint Research, it looks like Samsung’s upgrades for the S10 series really paid off.

According to Counterpoint:

The new S10 series sold 16% more in the first week of its sales compared to last year’s sales of the Galaxy S9 series. This is a comparison of sales in the US between March 8th to 14th in 2019 with March 16th to 22nd in 2018.

Of the three phones Samsung released (the S10, S10+, and S10e), the S10+ accounts for “50% of volumes of the series.” Surprisingly, Counterpoint says that the Galaxy S10e is the weakest-selling of the three.

Despite the S10e being the worst selling of the trio, it’s actually the reason Samsung saw an increase in sales compared to last year.

However, it is the additional S10e volumes that helped Samsung get the gains compared to the S9 series sales. Our data reveals that the combined sales of the S10 Plus and the S10 are similar to that of the S9 Plus and the S9.

April 16, 2019 — Sprint rolls out April security update for Galaxy S10 with LTE fixes

Sprint has rolled out the latest security patch to the Galaxy S10 series, which includes fixes for LTE reception issues. Galaxy S10 users on Sprint have been complaining about poor reception, and while the carrier rolled out a fix last month, it didn’t remedy the problem. The latest update should provide a better solution for those still affected by weak cellular reception.

The update comes in at 184MB, and is now available for those on Sprint’s Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+.

April 12, 2019 — Galaxy S10 update makes the in-screen fingerprint sensor much faster

An update is currently rolling out for improvements to the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S10. The release notes do not go into much specifics about the update, other than it is for the biometrics and fingerprints in particular. It could possibly be in response to the user who was able to bypass the fingerprint sensor with a 3D print, or maybe it is just to improve performance.

Initial response has been positive with several users reporting that it does indeed increase the speed of the sensor. However, we’ve not been able to test it for ourselves yet.

If you’re away from Wi-Fi and looking to update then don’t worry as the update is a rather small one weighting in at only 6.9MB. If you’ve not received the update already, then be patient, as it often takes time to roll out, specifically for unlocked users.

April 8, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G render confirms May 16 launch on Verizon

Earlier this month, reliable tipster Evan Blass shared that the Galaxy S10 5G would be released on Verizon on May 16. A Bloomberg report a day later further reinforced this idea, and now thanks to a leaked render of the S10 5G, the May 16 date is all but confirmed.

The render comes to us via Android Headlines, and as you can see, the date on the lock screen reads, “Thu, May 16.”

As a reminder, the Galaxy S10 5G has a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, four rear cameras, and is expected to cost well over $1,000.

April 5, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G pre-orders might begin on April 18

Just yesterday, Evan Blass reported that the Galaxy S10 5G will finally hit the U.S. on May 16. According to another report from Bloomberg, pre-orders are scheduled to begin this month.

Per Bloomberg:

Verizon Communications Inc. will begin taking orders on April 18 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G — the first fifth-generation phone to go on sale in the U.S.

The expected launch date of May 16 still remains, meaning Samsung will give customers nearly a full month to get pre-orders in before the S10 5G actually ships.

April 4, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G slated for a U.S. launch on May 16

According to a cryptic tweet from the ever-reliable Evan Blass, the Galaxy S10 5G will make its debut in the U.S. on May 16. The phone will launch initially on Verizon — which just started rolling out its 5G network in Chicago and Minneapolis — and will also make its way to AT&T later in the year.

We’ll have to wait until the U.S. launch to find out how much the Galaxy S10 5G will cost, but the phone is going on sale from tomorrow in Samsung’s home market for the equivalent of $1,125. That should provide a decent baseline to gauge how much the device will end up costing Stateside.

April 1, 2019 — Samsung confirms April 5 launch for the Galaxy S10 5G

About a week ago, a report surfaced claiming that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 5G on April 5 in Korea. Now, Samsung is confirming that news.

In a press release issued on April 1 that is surprisingly not an April Fool’s joke, Samsung said “the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available in Korea starting April 5, 2019.” Customers in the U.S. will have to wait until June to get their hands on the S10 5G through Verizon, and this will then be followed by a launch in Europe.

We don’t have U.S. pricing yet, but Samsung has said that the Galaxy S10 5G starts out at 1.39 million KRW for the 256GB model and goes up to 1.56 million KRW if you get 512GB. In USD, that works out to around $1,125 and $1,375, respectively.

March 27, 2019 — The Galaxy S10+ was used to film an episode of Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show

The cameras on the Galaxy S10 are tremendously powerful, and apparently, NBC likes them so much that it used only an S10+ to film an entire episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Samsung shared a behind-the-scenes video about how the S10+ was used during the filming, and as you can see, NBC still used gimbles and professional lighting. Even so, it is pretty impressive that we’ve gotten to a ponit where a national television show can be recorded entirely on a smartphone.

March 22, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G expected to launch on April 5

While the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e have been available for purchase for two weeks, there’s still one version of the phone that we’re eagerly awaiting — the Galaxy S10 5G. Thankfully, it looks like our waiting may soon be over.

According to a report from The Korea Herald, Samsung will begin sales of the S10 5G in Korea starting on April 5. It’ll be sold at “Samsung outlets and its online mall as well as at shops of mobile carriers in Korea.”

Rather than having pre-orders for the phone, Samsung will instead offer promotions between April 5 and April 16 — allowing customers to get a free pair of Galaxy Buds, a wireless charger, or 50% off a future screen replacement with their purchase.

Following the launch in Korea, it’s said that the Galaxy S10 5G will make its way to Verizon in the United States on April 11.

March 8, 2019 — Galaxy S10 officially released, now comes with 6 months of Spotify Premium

After being available for pre-order since February 21, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e are now all out of the pre-order stage and available for immediate purchase.

As we expected, this means that the previous pre-order bonus of getting a $130 gift certificate with your order is gone. In its place, Samsung is now offering 6 months of Spotify Premium for free.

While this is a nice promo, it’s worth noting that only new Spotify Premium customers can take advantage of it. If you’re currently subscribed to Premium or have done so in the past, you won’t be eligible.

March 6, 2019 — iFixit gives the Galaxy S10 a repairability score of 3 out of 10

We all know that the Galaxy S10 is one gorgeous device, but as it turns out, that beauty comes at a cost.

iFixit recently published its full teardown of the Galaxy S10 and S10e and gave both phones a low repairability score of just 3 out of 10.

While iFixit did praise the S10 and S10e for requiring just one Philips screwdriver for removing all of the screws, it knocked both phones for having difficult battery and screen replacements.

Check out the full teardown

March 4, 2019 — Galaxy S10 receives DisplayMate’s highest-ever grade

It’s no secret that the Galaxy S10’s display is one of the best around, but if you had any lingering doubts, DisplayMate’s recent analysis of it should put them to rest.

In DisplayMate’s review, the company said:

Even with our new tougher grading standards and new tests, the Galaxy S10 receives 100% All Green Very Good to Excellent Ratings in All Categories, earning DisplayMate’s highest ever A+ grade.

Furthermore, DisplayMate also went on to say that the Galaxy S10’s screen is “the most color accurate display” it’s ever tested.

Read DisplayMate’s full review

March 1, 2019 — Netflix adds HDR support for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e

Before the phones even officially hit store shelves, Netflix has already confirmed HDR support for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e.

In other words, if you’re watching Netflix on one of Samsung’s new phones and the show is available in HDR, you’ll see it with brighter, more contrasty colors for an overall better experience.

We had no reason to believe the phones wouldn’t get HDR for Netflix, but it’s nice to get the confirmation nonetheless.

February 28, 2019 — The Galaxy S10 and S10+ ship with a pre-installed screen protector

One of the most exciting features of the Galaxy S10 and S10+ is the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that’s hidden underneath their displays. We already knew that the ultrasonic tech would cause issues with third-party screen protectors, and in response to this, Samsung’s confirmed that both phones ship with a Samsung-made one pre-installed out of the box.

Per a post on the Samsung Members site:

Samsung’s upcoming new flagship Galaxy S10 will be shipped with factory pre-installed screen protector manufactured by Samsung. This is applicable for all global subsidiaries and for all variants of Galaxy S10. This decision was made to increase overall customer experiences with the improved screen durability and full functionality of the Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor on Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.

The screen protectors come with a 90-day warranty, and if it ends up getting scratched, worn, or you simply want a back-up in case something happens, you’ll be able to buy additional ones for $29.99 CAD (around $20 USD).

February 27, 2019 — Samsung now offering $130 gift certificate with Galaxy S10 pre-orders

Since pre-orders for the Galaxy S10 opened on February 21, Samsung’s been offering a promotion that allows you to grab a free pair of Galaxy Buds with your purchase. As of February 27, things have changed a bit.

Citing “high interest” in Galaxy S10 pre-orders, Samsung’s actually run out of Galaxy Buds supply and is now offering a $130 gift certificate when you buy the phone. The $130 credit can be used towards “select products” on Samsung.com and via the Shop Samsung app, and for some people, this may be an even more appealing deal. You can buy Galaxy Buds when they get back in stock, or put that $130 towards whatever else you want. Not too shabby.

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February 21, 2019 — Galaxy S10 pre-orders are now live!

Eager to buy the Galaxy S10 for yourself? Good news — pre-orders are now live at Samsung and go through March 7. If you buy the phone before then, you’ll also be able to snag a pair of Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds completely free (a $130 value).

AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon are all selling the phone, too.

On top of Samsung’s website and through carriers, you’ll also be able to purchase the Galaxy S10 from:

Regular sales open up on March 8, and as expected, you’ll be able to buy the S10 pretty much anywhere and everywhere.

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দক্ষিণ এশিয়ায় লকডাউন শিথিলে বাড়ছে সংক্রমণ

দক্ষিণ এশিয়ায় করোনার সংক্রমণ শুরুর দিকে বিভিন্ন দেশই কঠোর পদক্ষেপ নিয়েছিল। বাংলাদেশ, ভারত, পাকিস্তানসহ সব কটি দেশের সরকারের কঠোর পদক্ষেপের কারণে সংক্রমণ নিয়ন্ত্রণেও ছিল। কিন্তু সম্প্রতি সব দেশ থেকেই এই লকডাউন তুলে দেওয়া হয়েছে। ফলে বাড়ছে সংক্রমণ। এক মাসের ব্যবধানে এই অঞ্চলে রোগী বেড়েছে সাত লাখ।

 


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কলকাতার ইডেনে গার্ডেন স্টেডিয়ামে কোয়ারেন্টিন সেন্টার

কলকাতাসহ পশ্চিমবঙ্গের করোনার সংক্রমণের রাশ টানা যাচ্ছে না কিছুতেই। গত ২৪ ঘণ্টায় পশ্চিমবঙ্গে করোনার সংক্রমণ ও মৃত্যুর সংখ্যা নতুন রেকর্ড গড়েছে। গত ২৪ ঘণ্টায় সংক্রমিত হয়েছে ১ হাজার ১৯৮ জন। মারা গেছে ২৬ জন। এর মধ্যে কলকাতায় সংক্রমিত ৩৭৪ জন।

 


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Mujhe Dushman ke Bachon ko Parhana Hai | ISPR Song | Bangladeshi Girls Reaction

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ইউরোপে লকডাউন শিথিলে বাড়ছে মোটরহোমের চাহিদা

ইউরোপীয় মোটরহোম ফেডারেশনের প্রেসিডেন্ট ফ্রান ওয়েস ফুলিয়েত বলেন, সব জায়গায় মোটরহোমের ব্যবহার বেড়েছে।

 


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Grimes talks ‘profound’ decision to have baby with Elon Musk: ‘I have sacrificed my power’

Charles Trepany, USA TODAY Published 7:01 p.m. ET March 5, 2020

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The model Grimes is speaking out about her profound decision to have a child with her boyfriend, SpaceX and Tesla mastermind Elon Musk.

In her Rolling Stone profile published Thursday, the 31-year-old music artist opened up about the “tragedy” that comes with carrying a child, “even though it’s this great thing.”

“For a girl, it’s sacrificing your body and your freedom,” Grimes said. “It’s a pretty crazy sacrifice and only half of the population has to do it.”

According to Grimes, this journey is what made having a baby with Musk a “really profound” decision for her.

“I’m just like, I have sacrificed my power in this moment,” she said. “I have, like, capitulated. And I have spent my whole life avoiding that situation. I have never capitulated to anything, so it was just a profound commitment.”

Elon Musk’s musician girlfriend Grimes opens up about her struggles with pregnancy

Grimes added she decided to make this commitment because of the love she has for Musk.

“I do actually just really love my boyfriend,” she said. “So I was like, ‘You know, sure.’ “

The musical artist first sparked pregnancy rumors on Instagram in January by posting a nude photo of herself with a fetus Photoshopped over her visible baby bump.

She didn’t caption the picture, leaving fans to speculate whether the photo was a pregnancy announcement or just the latest example of her artistic expression. 

In February, Grimes confirmed on Instagram she was 25 weeks pregnant and struggling to “cope with working and having a baby.”

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Fake or real? Haha. Wow I’m starting to feel bad haha… how do y’all cope with working and having a baby?? I’m sorry I haven’t been promoting my album properly or on social media more. This whole thing has been a bit of an ordeal. Had some complications early on, a decent second trimester but starting to hurt everywhere at 25 wksz. What were yalls experience w this stuff like? I feel like I was woefully ill prepared cuz I dunno if pregnancy is as visible or discussed as it should be. I just didn’t rly understand what I was getting into. It’s been good too, but it makes working a lot harder. Good at writing and having lots of wild ideas tho, but anything physical is hard. Im also way more emo and less capable of bravery in the face of haters online and stuff haha. But my albums out in a sec so I prob need to get back on here. Don’t mind my emo energy, but curious what other ppls experience was like 🤍 I didn’t even google it, I was just like sure y not hahaha smh

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“This whole thing has been a bit of an ordeal,” Grimes captioned a selfie in the post. “Had some complications early on, a decent second trimester but starting to hurt everywhere at 25 wksz. What were yalls experience w this stuff like?”

The Canadian singer, whose real name is Claire Boucher, said she didn’t fully “understand what I was getting into” or the physical toll pregnancy takes on your body.

“I feel like I was woefully ill prepared cuz I dunno if pregnancy is as visible or discussed as it should be,” Grimes wrote. “It’s been good too, but it makes working a lot harder. Good at writing and having lots of wild ideas tho, but anything physical is hard. Im also way more emo and less capable of bravery in the face of haters online and stuff haha.”

Contributing: Cydney Henderson

For its list of 20 influential people to watch in 2020, 24/7 Wall St. considered executives, politicians and others in the public spotlight, and those on Time’s “The Most Influential People of 2019” and Forbes’ “The World’s Most Powerful People.”<img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry15-hsx.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="1. Greta Thunberg
►Role: Activist
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►Role: President of the United States
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►Role: President of Russia
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►Role: Pop singer
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►Role: Facebook CEO
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►Role: Leader of Catholic Church
Pope Francis was elected in 2013 after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry6-wnc.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry7-ciy.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="7. Xi Jinping
►Role: President of China
As leader of the world's most populous nation, President Xi Jinping has led China's rise to economic superpower status.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry7-ciy.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry18-sbk.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="8. Warren Buffett
►Role: Investor
Investor Warren Buffett, known as “The Oracle of Omaha,” has said he plans to give away 99% of his wealth, which is valued at $89.8 billion.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry18-sbk.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry27-u04.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="9. Jeff Bezos
►Role: Founder of Amazon
The Amazon founder, who also owns The Washington Post and aerospace company Blue Origin, has an estimated net worth of $109.6 billion.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry27-u04.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry10-wze.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="10. Narendra Modi
►Role: Prime minister of India
Narendra Modi in 2014 became India's first elected prime minister of India.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry10-wze.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry11-gtm.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="11. Hong Kong Protestors
►Role: Activists
The massive protests in the former British colony began in March 2019 and a  protest in June drew as many as 2 million people.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry11-gtm.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry1-ndd.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="12. Bernie Sanders
►Role: Presidential candidate
The 78-year-old Democratic presidential candidate from Vermont is holding his own in the race, but still trails former Vice President Joe Biden.
” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry1-ndd.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry5-rtp.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="13. Cristiano Ronaldo
►Role: Soccer player
one of the greatest soccer players of all time, the Portuguese soccer star in 2018 became the first player to win the UEFA Champions League five times.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/247WallSt.com-247WS-598910-imageforentry5-rtp.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry14-7e4.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="14. Elon Musk
►Role: Founder of Tesla
Entrepreneur Elon Musk is the CEO of electric car company Tesla and space exploration company SpaceX.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry14-7e4.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry15-2ga.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="15. Nancy Pelosi
►Role: Speaker of the House of Representatives
Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California, the first woman to have served as Speaker of the House of Representatives, oversaw the House's impeachment of President Trump.. ” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry15-2ga.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry29-n3y.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="16. Mary Barra
►Role: CEO of General Motors
Mary Barra became the first female chief executive officer of an American automobile company in 2014.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry29-n3y.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry37-k28.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="17. Billie Eilish
►Role: Singer
The Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter, who turned 18 in late December, was named Billboard 2019 Woman of the Year in November.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/0f42e32787c67e840e95e667e4b8fc2d8fc90f80/c=395-0-971-768/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry37-k28.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry18-z8l.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="18. Roger Goodell
►Role: Commissioner of the National Football League
Roger Goodell is in his 14th year as the league's commissioner.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry18-z8l.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry19-opg.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="19. Sundar Pichai
►Role: CEO of Alphabet/Google
At Google since 2004, Pichai became CEO and president of Alphabet after Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepped down from those roles.” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry19-opg.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” /><img data-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry20-rso.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop" alt="20. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
►Role: Congresswoman
The New York legislator is the youngest woman ever elected to Congress,” src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/28f4fdf8d742d8bee5df79e49eefa7f968d6ec2a/c=396-0-971-767/local/-/media/2019/12/17/USATODAY/usatsports/imageforentry20-rso.jpg?width=292&height=390&fit=crop” />

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প্রথম আলো নিউজ করেনি, নালিশ করেছে – নিউজ করেছে যুগান্তর – দেখুন তফাৎ …

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তুরস্কে প্রসিদ্ধ জাদুঘরকে মসজিদে রূপান্তর

তুরস্কের বিখ্যাত জাদুঘর আয়া সোফিয়া। এরদোয়ান সরকার এই জাদুঘরকে মসজিদে রূপান্তর করেছে। ছবি: রয়টার্স

তুরস্কের বিখ্যাত জাদুঘর আয়া সোফিয়া। এরদোয়ান সরকার এই জাদুঘরকে মসজিদে রূপান্তর করেছে। ছবি: রয়টার্সতুরস্কের ইস্তাম্বুলের প্রসিদ্ধ আয়া সোফিয়া জাদুঘরকে মসজিদ বলে ঘোষণা করেছেন দেশটির প্রেসিডেন্ট রিসেপ তাইয়েপ এরদোয়ান। তুরস্কের একটি আদালত আয়া সোফিয়ার জাদুঘরের মর্যাদা রদ করে রায় দেওয়ার পর এরদোয়ান এটিকে মসজিদে রূপান্তরের ঘোষণা দেন।

১ হাজার ৫০০ বছর আগে আয়া সোফিয়া খ্রিষ্টান সম্প্রদায়ের অর্থোডক্স গির্জা। ১৪৫৩ সালে অটোমানদের বিজয়ের পরে এটি মসজিদে রূপান্তর করা হয়।

 

এক সংবাদ সম্মেলনে এরদোয়ান বলেন, ২৪ জুলাই মসজিদের ভেতর মুসল্লিরা নামাজ আদায় করবেন। তিনি বলেন, ‘আমাদের অন্য সব মসজিদের মতো স্থানীয় ও বিদেশ থেকে আগত মুসলিম ও অমুসলিমদের জন্য আয়াসোফিয়ার দরজা খোলা থাকবে।’

source:prothomalo


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আয়া সোফিয়াকে মসজিদ ঘোষণায় রাশিয়ার সমর্থন

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আয়া সোফিয়া জাদুঘরকে মসজিদ হিসেবে ঘোষণা করার তুরস্ক সরকারের পদক্ষেপকে সমর্থন করেছে রাশিয়া।


তিনি এমন সময় এ মন্তব্য করলেন, যখন পশ্চিমা দেশগুলোর পাশাপাশি রাশিয়ার অর্থোডক্স চার্চের পক্ষ থেকেও তুর্কি সরকারের এ পদক্ষেপের নিন্দা জানানো হয়েছে।


রুশ উপপররাষ্ট্রমন্ত্রী বলেন, একটি দেশের অভ্যন্তরীণ বিষয়ে হস্তক্ষেপ করা উচিত নয়।


এর আগে রাশিয়ার ভলোকলামস্ক শহরের অর্থোডক্স চার্চের পক্ষ থেকে ঘোষণা করা হয়, আয়া সোফিয়া জাদুঘরকে মসজিদ হিসেবে ঘোষণা করা খ্রিস্টানদের মুখে চপেটাঘাতের শামিল।

তুরস্কের সুপ্রিমকোর্টের এক রায়ে দেশটির প্রেসিডেন্ট রিসেপ তাইয়েপ এরদোগান গত শুক্রবার দেশটির আয়া সোফিয়া জাদুঘরকে মসজিদ হিসেবে ঘোষণা করেন।


এরদোগান বলেন, শিগগিরই এই ঐতিহাসিক স্থাপনা মুসলমানদের নামাজ আদায়ের জন্য খুলে দেয়া হবে। তুর্কি জনগণ এরদোগানের এ পদক্ষেপকে স্বাগত জানালেও পশ্চিমা দেশগুলো এর তীব্র বিরোধিতা করে আসছে।


৩৬০ খ্রিস্টাব্দে সর্বপ্রথম এটির ভিত্তিপ্রস্তর স্থাপন করেন রোমান সাম্রাজ্যের প্রথম খ্রিস্টান সম্রাট কনস্টান্টিনোপল। বর্তমান কাঠামো তৈরি করেন সম্রাট জাস্টিনিয়ান।


প্রতিষ্ঠার পর থেকে ১২০৪ সাল পর্যন্ত আয়া সোফিয়া ছিল ইস্টার্ন অর্থডক্স ক্যাথিড্রাল। ১২০৪ থেকে ১২৬১ সাল পর্যন্ত রোমান ক্যাথলিক চার্চ, ১২৬১তে এটি আবার ইস্টার্ন অর্থডক্স ক্যাথিড্রালে ফিরে আসে এবং ১৪৫৩ সাল পর্যন্ত অর্থডক্স গির্জা হিসেবেই বহাল ছিল আয়া সোফিয়া।

অতঃপর ঘটনাবহুল ঐতিহাসিক এক যুদ্ধে ইস্তানবুল জয়ের সময় এটিও জয় করেন উসমানি খলিফা সুলতান মুহাম্মাদ আল ফাতিহ। এর পরই এটিকে মসজিদে রূপান্তর করা হয়।

ঐতিহাসিক সূত্রের বরাতে আলজাজিরা জানায়, সুলতান মুহাম্মাদ আল ফাতিহ ইস্তানবুল জয় করার পর যাজকদের কাছ থেকে আয়া সোফিয়া বিক্রি করার আবেদন জানান এবং যাজকরা রাজি হলে নিজের টাকায় গির্জাটি ক্রয় করেন।

তিনি বিজয়ী হিসেবে গির্জা ছিনিয়ে নিতে পারতেন, রাষ্ট্রীয় টাকায় কিনতে পারতেন, কিন্তু সেসব না করে চুক্তিনামা করে নিজের টাকায় গির্জাটি ক্রয় করে নেন। এখনও সেই ঐতিহাসিক চুক্তিনামা সংরক্ষিত আছে।

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প্রায় ছয় হাজার বছর পর যুক্তরাজ্যে আবার বন্য বাইসন ফিরছে। কেন্টে বিলুপ্তপ্রায় এ প্রাণীর ছোট্ট একটি পাল অবমুক্ত করা হবে ২০২২ সালের বসন্তে। বিলুপ্তপ্রায় এ প্রজাতিকে রক্ষায় ১০ লাখ পাউন্ডের প্রকল্পের পাশাপাশি যুক্তরাজ্যে প্রাকৃতিক উপায়ে পাইনবন সৃষ্টি করা হবে। এতে মিশ্র বনাঞ্চল সৃষ্টির মাধ্যমে পাখি ও বন্য প্রাণীর জন্য পরিবেশ তৈরি করা হবে।

 


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কর্তার বাড়িতে থাকতে বাধ্য, বিদেশি গৃহকর্মীরা নিপীড়িত

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কর্তার বাড়িতে থাকতে বাধ্য, বিদেশি গৃহকর্মীরা নিপীড়িত

ফিলিপাইনের নাগরিক মার্তা (ছদ্মনাম)। ২৯ বছর বয়সে ২০১১ সালে তিনি একমাত্র ছোট্ট মেয়ে ও অসুস্থ বাবাকে দেশে রেখে কাজের জন্য যান হংকংয়ে। তিনি জানতেন, হংকংয়ে বিদেশি গৃহকর্মীরা ভালো বেতন পান। রিক্রুটিং এজেন্সি তাঁকে বাসার হেলপারের কাজের কথা বলে হংকংয়ে পাঠায়। ঘরবাড়ি গোছানো, রান্না করা ও সংসার সামলানোই হেলপারের কাজের মধ্যে পড়ে। তবে আইনগতভাবে নিয়োগকর্তার বাড়িতেই থাকতে তিনি বাধ্য হন।

 


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Everything you need to know about the Galaxy S10!

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Everything you need to know about the Galaxy S10!

April 18, 2019 — The Galaxy S10’s week one sales were 16% higher compared to the S9

The Galaxy S10 offers a lot of big improvements over the S9, and thanks to new data from Counterpoint Research, it looks like Samsung’s upgrades for the S10 series really paid off.

According to Counterpoint:

The new S10 series sold 16% more in the first week of its sales compared to last year’s sales of the Galaxy S9 series. This is a comparison of sales in the US between March 8th to 14th in 2019 with March 16th to 22nd in 2018.

Of the three phones Samsung released (the S10, S10+, and S10e), the S10+ accounts for “50% of volumes of the series.” Surprisingly, Counterpoint says that the Galaxy S10e is the weakest-selling of the three.

Despite the S10e being the worst selling of the trio, it’s actually the reason Samsung saw an increase in sales compared to last year.

However, it is the additional S10e volumes that helped Samsung get the gains compared to the S9 series sales. Our data reveals that the combined sales of the S10 Plus and the S10 are similar to that of the S9 Plus and the S9.

April 16, 2019 — Sprint rolls out April security update for Galaxy S10 with LTE fixes

Sprint has rolled out the latest security patch to the Galaxy S10 series, which includes fixes for LTE reception issues. Galaxy S10 users on Sprint have been complaining about poor reception, and while the carrier rolled out a fix last month, it didn’t remedy the problem. The latest update should provide a better solution for those still affected by weak cellular reception.

The update comes in at 184MB, and is now available for those on Sprint’s Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+.

April 12, 2019 — Galaxy S10 update makes the in-screen fingerprint sensor much faster

An update is currently rolling out for improvements to the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S10. The release notes do not go into much specifics about the update, other than it is for the biometrics and fingerprints in particular. It could possibly be in response to the user who was able to bypass the fingerprint sensor with a 3D print, or maybe it is just to improve performance.

Initial response has been positive with several users reporting that it does indeed increase the speed of the sensor. However, we’ve not been able to test it for ourselves yet.

If you’re away from Wi-Fi and looking to update then don’t worry as the update is a rather small one weighting in at only 6.9MB. If you’ve not received the update already, then be patient, as it often takes time to roll out, specifically for unlocked users.

April 8, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G render confirms May 16 launch on Verizon

Earlier this month, reliable tipster Evan Blass shared that the Galaxy S10 5G would be released on Verizon on May 16. A Bloomberg report a day later further reinforced this idea, and now thanks to a leaked render of the S10 5G, the May 16 date is all but confirmed.

The render comes to us via Android Headlines, and as you can see, the date on the lock screen reads, “Thu, May 16.”

As a reminder, the Galaxy S10 5G has a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, four rear cameras, and is expected to cost well over $1,000.

April 5, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G pre-orders might begin on April 18

Just yesterday, Evan Blass reported that the Galaxy S10 5G will finally hit the U.S. on May 16. According to another report from Bloomberg, pre-orders are scheduled to begin this month.

Per Bloomberg:

Verizon Communications Inc. will begin taking orders on April 18 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G — the first fifth-generation phone to go on sale in the U.S.

The expected launch date of May 16 still remains, meaning Samsung will give customers nearly a full month to get pre-orders in before the S10 5G actually ships.

April 4, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G slated for a U.S. launch on May 16

According to a cryptic tweet from the ever-reliable Evan Blass, the Galaxy S10 5G will make its debut in the U.S. on May 16. The phone will launch initially on Verizon — which just started rolling out its 5G network in Chicago and Minneapolis — and will also make its way to AT&T later in the year.

We’ll have to wait until the U.S. launch to find out how much the Galaxy S10 5G will cost, but the phone is going on sale from tomorrow in Samsung’s home market for the equivalent of $1,125. That should provide a decent baseline to gauge how much the device will end up costing Stateside.

April 1, 2019 — Samsung confirms April 5 launch for the Galaxy S10 5G

About a week ago, a report surfaced claiming that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 5G on April 5 in Korea. Now, Samsung is confirming that news.

In a press release issued on April 1 that is surprisingly not an April Fool’s joke, Samsung said “the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available in Korea starting April 5, 2019.” Customers in the U.S. will have to wait until June to get their hands on the S10 5G through Verizon, and this will then be followed by a launch in Europe.

We don’t have U.S. pricing yet, but Samsung has said that the Galaxy S10 5G starts out at 1.39 million KRW for the 256GB model and goes up to 1.56 million KRW if you get 512GB. In USD, that works out to around $1,125 and $1,375, respectively.

March 27, 2019 — The Galaxy S10+ was used to film an episode of Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show

The cameras on the Galaxy S10 are tremendously powerful, and apparently, NBC likes them so much that it used only an S10+ to film an entire episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Samsung shared a behind-the-scenes video about how the S10+ was used during the filming, and as you can see, NBC still used gimbles and professional lighting. Even so, it is pretty impressive that we’ve gotten to a ponit where a national television show can be recorded entirely on a smartphone.

March 22, 2019 — Galaxy S10 5G expected to launch on April 5

While the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e have been available for purchase for two weeks, there’s still one version of the phone that we’re eagerly awaiting — the Galaxy S10 5G. Thankfully, it looks like our waiting may soon be over.

According to a report from The Korea Herald, Samsung will begin sales of the S10 5G in Korea starting on April 5. It’ll be sold at “Samsung outlets and its online mall as well as at shops of mobile carriers in Korea.”

Rather than having pre-orders for the phone, Samsung will instead offer promotions between April 5 and April 16 — allowing customers to get a free pair of Galaxy Buds, a wireless charger, or 50% off a future screen replacement with their purchase.

Following the launch in Korea, it’s said that the Galaxy S10 5G will make its way to Verizon in the United States on April 11.

March 8, 2019 — Galaxy S10 officially released, now comes with 6 months of Spotify Premium

After being available for pre-order since February 21, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e are now all out of the pre-order stage and available for immediate purchase.

As we expected, this means that the previous pre-order bonus of getting a $130 gift certificate with your order is gone. In its place, Samsung is now offering 6 months of Spotify Premium for free.

While this is a nice promo, it’s worth noting that only new Spotify Premium customers can take advantage of it. If you’re currently subscribed to Premium or have done so in the past, you won’t be eligible.

March 6, 2019 — iFixit gives the Galaxy S10 a repairability score of 3 out of 10

We all know that the Galaxy S10 is one gorgeous device, but as it turns out, that beauty comes at a cost.

iFixit recently published its full teardown of the Galaxy S10 and S10e and gave both phones a low repairability score of just 3 out of 10.

While iFixit did praise the S10 and S10e for requiring just one Philips screwdriver for removing all of the screws, it knocked both phones for having difficult battery and screen replacements.

Check out the full teardown

March 4, 2019 — Galaxy S10 receives DisplayMate’s highest-ever grade

It’s no secret that the Galaxy S10’s display is one of the best around, but if you had any lingering doubts, DisplayMate’s recent analysis of it should put them to rest.

In DisplayMate’s review, the company said:

Even with our new tougher grading standards and new tests, the Galaxy S10 receives 100% All Green Very Good to Excellent Ratings in All Categories, earning DisplayMate’s highest ever A+ grade.

Furthermore, DisplayMate also went on to say that the Galaxy S10’s screen is “the most color accurate display” it’s ever tested.

Read DisplayMate’s full review

March 1, 2019 — Netflix adds HDR support for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e

Before the phones even officially hit store shelves, Netflix has already confirmed HDR support for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e.

In other words, if you’re watching Netflix on one of Samsung’s new phones and the show is available in HDR, you’ll see it with brighter, more contrasty colors for an overall better experience.

We had no reason to believe the phones wouldn’t get HDR for Netflix, but it’s nice to get the confirmation nonetheless.

February 28, 2019 — The Galaxy S10 and S10+ ship with a pre-installed screen protector

One of the most exciting features of the Galaxy S10 and S10+ is the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that’s hidden underneath their displays. We already knew that the ultrasonic tech would cause issues with third-party screen protectors, and in response to this, Samsung’s confirmed that both phones ship with a Samsung-made one pre-installed out of the box.

Per a post on the Samsung Members site:

Samsung’s upcoming new flagship Galaxy S10 will be shipped with factory pre-installed screen protector manufactured by Samsung. This is applicable for all global subsidiaries and for all variants of Galaxy S10. This decision was made to increase overall customer experiences with the improved screen durability and full functionality of the Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor on Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.

The screen protectors come with a 90-day warranty, and if it ends up getting scratched, worn, or you simply want a back-up in case something happens, you’ll be able to buy additional ones for $29.99 CAD (around $20 USD).

February 27, 2019 — Samsung now offering $130 gift certificate with Galaxy S10 pre-orders

Since pre-orders for the Galaxy S10 opened on February 21, Samsung’s been offering a promotion that allows you to grab a free pair of Galaxy Buds with your purchase. As of February 27, things have changed a bit.

Citing “high interest” in Galaxy S10 pre-orders, Samsung’s actually run out of Galaxy Buds supply and is now offering a $130 gift certificate when you buy the phone. The $130 credit can be used towards “select products” on Samsung.com and via the Shop Samsung app, and for some people, this may be an even more appealing deal. You can buy Galaxy Buds when they get back in stock, or put that $130 towards whatever else you want. Not too shabby.

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February 21, 2019 — Galaxy S10 pre-orders are now live!

Eager to buy the Galaxy S10 for yourself? Good news — pre-orders are now live at Samsung and go through March 7. If you buy the phone before then, you’ll also be able to snag a pair of Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds completely free (a $130 value).

AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon are all selling the phone, too.

On top of Samsung’s website and through carriers, you’ll also be able to purchase the Galaxy S10 from:

Regular sales open up on March 8, and as expected, you’ll be able to buy the S10 pretty much anywhere and everywhere.

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