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Day: April 2, 2016

Fast Food Workers Reveal The Meals You Should Avoid Ordering
ENGLISH, Life Style

Fast Food Workers Reveal The Meals You Should Avoid Ordering

    Fast food workers have revealed the meals you should never order from the restaurants they work in, as well as their tips and tricks for ensuring your dinner arrives fresh. Reddit user enantiodromia asked people working in the fast food trade to reveal the dishes that customers should never order from them. From Starbucks overpriced sandwiches to McDonald's grilled chicken and filet o fish, here's what you need to know... One worker from Subway said that the "oven roasted chicken" they sold in their sub rolls was actually "boiled in the microwave". While another advised people not to order the footlong flatbread meatball sub. However they didn't give a reason why. A former Starbucks employee claimed that the coffee chain's food is basically just "reheated frozen food", bef...
14 ministries working on autism rights in BD
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

14 ministries working on autism rights in BD

    Chairperson of the National Advisory Committee on Autism in Bangladesh and member of the WHO's Advisory Panel on Mental Health, Saima Wazed Hossain, on Friday said 14 ministries are now working coordinately in Bangladesh to ensure rights of the persons with disabilities, especially autism, their access to education, employment and other socio-economic activities. She was addressing as a panelist at a discussion on "Bridging the Inequality Gap (Goal10 of SDGs)" at the UN while attending the inaugural session of the day-long programme by the UN in observance of the World Autism Awareness Day, according to a message received here from Bangladesh Permanent Mission to the UN in New York. Goal10 is one of the 17 goals of Sustainable Development Goals that is targeted to improve ...
Leaked Brexit email claims David Cameron has starved NHS
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Leaked Brexit email claims David Cameron has starved NHS

    The Brexit campaign group backed by the justice secretary, Michael Gove, is trying to persuade senior NHS staff to sign a letter that includes a direct attack on David Cameron, who is accused of having “starved” the health service of funding. In an email leaked to the Guardian, Vote Leave’s Cleo Watson tells clinicians that her group “desperately needs” doctors, nurses and pharmacists to warn that Britain’s health service is being damaged by the EU. A draft version of the letter included by Watson says: “David Cameron and Jeremy Hunt must accept responsibility for this – they have starved the NHS of necessary funding for too long.” She says in the email the letter will be published on Monday to mark the start of a week in which out campaigners will focus on NHS issues such...
Everyone not angels in Judiciary: as frankly says Chief Justice
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Everyone not angels in Judiciary: as frankly says Chief Justice

    Corruption prevails everywhere across the country and judiciary is nothing different, Chief Justice SK Sinha said today. When there is corruption at all layers across the country, judiciary is not a separate island where there is no corruption and everyone here is an angel, the chief Justice said. He was speaking at a launching programme of two books written by Law Commission member Prof Shah Alam. The programme was held at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban of Dhaka University. The chief justice said there are still some anomalies in the judiciary, but not more than five to ten percent. “We have to accept it and continue to work for the people in such circumstances.” If the laws are not reformed, the judiciary department will tumble, he warned. Criticising the lawmak...
Muslim family kicked off United Airlines flight for how they
America, ENGLISH

Muslim family kicked off United Airlines flight for how they

    A United Airlines pilot asked a Muslim family of five to leave a plane before it took off, citing safety issues. Eaman-Amy Saad Shebley, her husband and three young children were about to take off on a flight bound for Washington at Chicago airport when the pilot asked them to get off the aircraft. The family had enquired earlier whether the air stewardess could provide five-point harness safety seats for their children. Two videos filmed by Ms Shebley show the air stewardess and then the pilot asking the family to leave. Ms Shebley asked the pilot whether it was a “discriminatory” decision. The pilot replied it was a “flight safety issue” but were not given any details. The Council on American-Islamic Relations sent a letter to United Airlines on the family’s behalf deman...