Sheikh Hasina and Allama Shah Shafi in a thanksgiving rally for recognising Dawrae Hadith (Takmil) Certificate in Qawmi Madrasa with the status of postgraduate degrees held in capital`s Suharawardy Udyan on Sunday. Photo: BSSPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday urged the Alem-Ulemas of the country not to take laws in their own hands provoked by false propaganda on social media, reports UNB.”If anyone says anything against our prophet, his/her trial will be done as per laws of the land, we won’t take laws in our own hands…the law will take its own course,” she said.She also said, “We’ll give them [propagators] appropriate lessons so that they cannot spread such propaganda in the future.” The prime minister said this while addressing the Sukrana Mahfil (thanksgiving rally) for recognising Dawrae Hadith (Takmil) Certificate in Qawmi Madrasa with the status of postgraduate degrees of Islamic Studies and Arabic at Suhrawardy Udyan organised by Alem and Ulemas of Qawmi Madrasa under Al-Haiyatul Ulia Lil-Jamiatil Qawmia.To prevent false propaganda in social media, she said, the government has enacted the cybercrime law.Hasina said she knows various types of propaganda are being spread on social media and urged all not to believe those. “We’ve enacted the Cybercrime Act, if anyone spreads false propaganda that person’s trial will be booked at once and put on trial under the law of the land,” she said.The prime minister said she and her party always follows the path of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). The essence of Islam is peace, brotherhood, cordiality and the spirit of non-communalism, she said adding, “We all will walk taking the lessons what our Prophet taught us.”Hasina said the world has been created by the Allah, not a single leaf of a tree moves without the permission of Allah. “Everything good-bad has been created by Allah, our trust and confidence have to be always in Him.”She said all have to think about the welfare, development and good for people shunning the thinking of hatred, enmity and bad for others.Talking about the ongoing enmity and killing among the Muslims across the world, Sheikh Hasina said the arms producers and sellers are gainers from these killings among the Muslims.She mentioned when she had meetings with the OIC secretary general and Saudi king, she told them that Muslim Ummah has to be united and step forward together. “If anyone has conflict that can be resolved through dialogue… Islam is the religion of peace and we want to prove that,” she said.Sheikh Hasina iterated her firm stance against terrorism, militancy, drugs and corruption on Bangladesh soil.For a handful of people Islam cannot be stigmatised, she said adding, “The terrorists have no religion, country and society, they’re just terrorists and militants. When a person believes in Islam properly must not become terrorists and militants.”The prime minister said the government does not want the prevailing peaceful situation of the country to fade away. “If peace prevails in the country, it’ll achieve prosperity. If the country develops, everyone will be benefitted,” she said.She sought blessings of the Alem-Ulemas as the next general election is getting closer.Al-Haiyatul Ulia Lil-Jamiatil Qawmia president Allama Shah Shafi presided over the programme. Mufti Nurul Amin read out his speech at the Sukrana Mahfil.In his written speech, Allama Shafi said he has no involvement in politics and his speeches are often misinterpreted politically.He also said there is negative publicity regarding him on social media and requested the people involved in Qawmi education not to believe and misled by the negative propaganda against him on social media and electronic media.Later, Allama Shafi conducted a munajat where he sought blessings for the country and its people.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Alex Morgan scored a minute into second-half stoppage time, Hope Solo posted her 97th career shutout, and the United States beat France 1-0 on March 6 in the SheBelieves Cup.With the victory over the No. 3 team in the world, the top-ranked Americans improved to 8-0-0 in 2016, outscoring opponents 30-0. The U.S. has won its first two games of the SheBelieves Cup after beating No. 5 England on March 3.On the lone goal, 17-year-old Mallory Pugh controlled the ball just past midfield and passed ahead to Morgan, who sprinted through the defense for a left-footed shot that beat goalkeeper Sarah Bouhaddi.It was Morgan’s 63rd international goal and made up for not connecting on a pass in the first half from Meghan Klingenberg.“Mall played me in perfectly, and all I needed to do was put it past the keeper,” Morgan said.The U.S. outshot France 10-8 after managing only three shots in the first half, with Solo making some key saves for her 146th international victory.“When you can have the win and a great performance, I think it’s a good feeling,” U.S. coach Jill Ellis said. “I think the players left there with a good feeling. … Obviously ecstatic with the world-class goal at the end there. But as I said to the players, it’s also three points in this tournament. This is our first time at this tournament, and we’d obviously love to win it. And one more game to go.”Solo deflected a shot from Louisa Necib in the 14th minute, then France missed on a flurry shortly after. The ball clanged off the left post when Carli Lloyd tried to clear it, forcing Solo to dive to her right before going back to her left to save a shot from Marie-Laure Delie.“It was nice to be able to have her back and be able to make the save,” Solo said.In the second half, Delie’s header went wide before Tobin Heath’s shot missed wide left in the 56th minute for the U.S.The SheBelieves Cup wraps up March 9 in Boca Raton, Florida, with France playing England and the U.S. facing second-ranked Germany in this tuneup for the Rio Olympics.(TERESA M. WALKER, AP Sports Writer) TweetPinShare0 Shares
WebGL aimed to bring hardware-accelerated graphics to the browser, enough to make graphics-intensive games that require nothing more than your browser. In that vein, WebVR aims to offer a standard for VR experiences inside browsers as well, no plugins required. Mozilla boasts that Firefox is the first desktop browser to bring WebVR support to the public, though Google has been playing around with that in Chrome for months now.It’s not exactly a “for the masses” affair though. For one, it’s only available for desktop versions of Firefox. Secondly, you need an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive to actually experience it, which practically limits it to Windows PCs. Should you meet those requirements, you’ll be able to click on a special goggles icon that will appear in WebVR-compatible sites. Mozilla has also launched a new Mozilla VR website to showcase its WebVR experiences. A lot of people already live in their browsers, but there are still some things that browsers, even with advanced technologies, aren’t able to do. That’s especially true with applications and use cases that require sophisticated and resource-heavy graphics. Trying to prove that such is not the case anymore, Mozilla has just pushed out the latest version of Firefox that pushes performance to the limit. And what better proof of that than by adopting WebVR to bring virtual reality to the masses. The masses that have VR headsets, that is. Mozilla hasn’t forgotten those of us with no access to such gear. While not as sensational, Firefox 55 also offers equally critical improvements, especially in the areas of performance. Continuing its push for multi-process support, Firefox now lets users choose how many processes to split tabs into. Those with more RAM on their devices can opt to bump up the number higher to take advantage of their hardware.Google may have axed its instant search results feature, but that doesn’t mean search has to be slower. Especially not with Firefox’s improved search selection. You can now just type in your search terms and then click on the search engine you want to use rather than having to decide beforehand. Default search engines include Yahoo, Google, Bing, Amazon, DuckDuckGo, Twitter, and Wikipedia but you are always free to add more of your own.SOURCE: Mozilla
[Representational Image]Facebook/ Richard GagnonSpaceX is laying off 10 per cent of its 6,000-person workforce as it tackles two hugely expensive projects, the company said.”To continue delivering for our customers and to succeed in developing interplanetary spacecraft and a global space-based Internet, SpaceX must become a leaner company,” the Elon Musk-owned company said in the statement on Friday.”Either of these developments, even when attempted separately, have bankrupted other organisations. This means we must part ways with some talented and hardworking members of our team.”We are grateful for everything they have accomplished and their commitment to SpaceX’s mission. This action is taken only due to the extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead and would not otherwise be necessary.”SpaceX has a booming business conducting uncrewed resupply trips to the International Space Station (ISS) through contracts with NASA.The company also delivers satellites to orbit through contracts with the US military and commercial firms.SpaceX, along with competitor Boeing, are supposed to start flying astronauts to the ISS for NASA sometime this year.SpaceX was recently valued at $30.5 billion after initiating a $500 million equity sale in December. The company also took on about $250 million in debt last year in its first loan sale, according to the Wall Street Journal.But SpaceX’s new products are expected to cost billions to develop.In September, Musk estimated SpaceX would spend between $2 billion and $10 billion developing an ultra-powerful spaceship and rocket system, recently renamed Starship and Super Heavy.SpaceX also plans to use the technology to fly tourists to space and, potentially, one day send humans to Mars, CNN said.SpaceX is developing a constellation of satellites that could one day beam high-speed internet down to the Earth.