Bangladesh flood situation worsened and losses 2016 — blog bangla mail

Brahmaputra and Jamuna rivers flooded, but the water has continued to increase stabilization. As a result, Gaibandha, Jamalpur, Bogra and Sirajganj districts, the flood situation has worsened. Dewanganj flooded Jamalpur railway. BMW dhunate simulabari flood control dam has cracks. However, in the next few hours, the flood situation in the district to improve flood forecasting […]

via Bangladesh flood situation worsened and losses 2016 — blog bangla mail

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Africa’s ‘KINGS’ countries will drive the continent’s digital economy — Quartz

“I wanted to be here because Africa is on the move…young people are harnessing technology,” were the words of president Barack Obama when he opened the 6th Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Nairobi, Kenya last year. The “Africa Rising” narrative is underpinned by an “Africa Tech Rising,” jumpstarted by pervasive connectivity as a result of…

via Africa’s ‘KINGS’ countries will drive the continent’s digital economy — Quartz

Democrats Pitched a Really Big Tent at Their Convention — TIME

If you made a bingo card for groups that Democrats could reach out to during their convention, every square would be filled. Over the course of four days, organizers of the Democratic national convention found time to highlight just about every group of voters you could think of: Hispanics, independents, people with disabilities, veterans, to…

via Democrats Pitched a Really Big Tent at Their Convention — TIME

Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee for president of the United States — Quartz

On August 18, 2020, a US president whose name we do not yet know will likely be campaigning for a second term in office. The world will likely be a dramatically different place. Globalization, ISIL, Hyperloop, self-driving cars, robot workers, and unknown events will all change our lives in ways we can’t yet understand. And…

via Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee for president of the United States — Quartz

Watch This Street Drummer Slay a Solo Remix to Desiigner’s ‘Timmy Turner’ — TIME

A musician was captured performing an elaborate snare drum solo on the street to young Brooklyn rapper Desiigner’s latest drop, “Timmy Turner,” and part of his mesmerizing show was tweeted out on Monday. Washington, D.C.’s Malik Stewart is one seriously talented drummer. More than 25,000 retweets later, even Desiigner himself has given Stewart props for…

via Watch This Street Drummer Slay a Solo Remix to Desiigner’s ‘Timmy Turner’ — TIME

The U.N. Appeals For $204 Million to Combat Africa’s Food Security Crisis — TIME

(UNITED NATIONS) — The U.N. food agency has declared its highest-level emergency in drought-stricken southern Africa and is appealing for $204 million immediately to purchase food and transport it to the region to help millions of hungry people. World Food Program Executive Director Ertharin Cousin told reporters in a telephone briefing from hard-hit Malawi on…

via The U.N. Appeals For $204 Million to Combat Africa’s Food Security Crisis — TIME

You know India’s lesser known sportwomen have arrived—Nike is showcasing their grit — Quartz

Indian sportswomen had a watershed moment in the advertising world this month. In a new campaign, Nike has featured eight of India’s lesser-known sportswomen along with one of Bollywood’s biggest stars, Deepika Padukone. Some of the athletes shown in the ad are hockey player Rani Rampal, footballers Jyoti Ann Burrett and Tanvie Hans, surfer Ishita…

via You know India’s lesser known sportwomen have arrived—Nike is showcasing their grit — Quartz

The barriers to a pan-African passport may be insurmountable — Quartz

The African Union (AU) has launched a pan-African passport. The idea behind the initiative is that the free movement of people will help create jobs and stimulate economic activity. This, in turn, would increase intra-African trade, boosting economic growth. The organisation’s intention is that by 2018 the passport will be distributed to all African citizens.…

via The barriers to a pan-African passport may be insurmountable — Quartz