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Indian Prime Minister #NarendraModi, U.S. President #BarackObama and first lady #MichelleObama wave to the gathering at the Palam Air Force Station in New Delhi, Sunday. ■ Photo: AP
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Rail communications of Dhaka with Chittagong and Sylhet remained suspended from Sunday afternoon following derailment of six bogies of an express train at Paghachang in Brahmanbaria.
 
Bangladesh Railway sources said six bogies of Dhaka-bound ‘Joyontika Express’ train from Sylhet veered off the tracks around 2:15 pm, halting rail communications on Dhaka-Sylhet and Dhaka-Chittagong routes.
 
However, no causality was reported.

In a "breakthrough", India and the US Sunday agreed to move towards "commercial cooperation" as well as "full implementation" of their landmark civil nuclear deal.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Barack Obama embrace, as first lady Michelle Obama speaks with an officer upon arrival at the Palam Air Force Station in New Delhi, Sunday.

Obama's arrival Sunday morning in the bustling capital of New Delhi marked the first time an American leader has visited India twice during his presidency. Obama is also the first to be invited to attend India's Republic Day festivities, which commence Monday and mark the anniversary of the enactment of the country's democratic constitution. ■ Photo: AP
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Over 1,000 NSG snipers and 44,000 Delhi Police and paramilitary personnel will guard Indian capital on Republic Day, while 15,000 CCTV cameras will keep watch to ensure a safe visit of chief guest US President Barack Obama.

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Arafat Rahman Koko, the younger son of former president Ziaur Rahman and BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia, died in Malaysia on Saturday.  He was 45.
 
“Yes, he died…we’re yet to know the details of his death,” BNP chairperson’s special assistant Shimul Biswas told Bengal Newz.
  
BNP sources said doctors declared Koko dead around 12:30 pm (BST) as he was taken to Malaya University Hospital in Kuala Lumpur after he complained of chest pain at his house.
 
Former BNP MP Asharfuddin Nizan said Koko’s body was kept at the mortuary of the Malaya University Hospital.   
 
Koko was born at Comilla Cantonment in 1970. 



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The 66th Indian Republic Day parade on 26 January and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's message to the country will be telecast live for Indian and international audiences on the Colors and Rishtey Tv channels, the feed originating from national Doordarshan.

Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK General Secretary J. Jayalalithaa Saturday announced Rs.5 lakh for former Bengali gymnast Soumita Dey, who is battling for her life at a hospital in Kolkata.

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Annual 'Saraswati Puja Celebration' at Shishu Niketan school premises at Bhatchhala in Burdwan, Saturday. ■ Photos: Tanusree Nath 
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The BNP-led 20-party looks firm to continue its ongoing blockade programme for a longer period and turn it into a non-cooperation movement to force the government to come up with a genuine dialogue offer for holding a snap inclusive national election.
 
Senior leaders of the alliance said they have no other option but to carry out a noon-stop movement with tougher programmes as they have reached the point of no return since the government is trying to cling to power for five years “breaching its promise to told hold the 11th parliamentary polls within a short time”.
 
BNP leaders said their party chief Khaleda Zia is very optimistic that their ongoing non-stop movement will surely yield quick positive results and she is ready to face any circumstances to make the agitation a success this time.
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