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INTERNATIONAL MONDAY, MARCH 26, 2018 8 This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows bulldozers removing barriers from a road in the town of Harasta, east of the capital Damascus, Syria, Saturday, March. 24, 2018, where thousands of opposition fighters and members of their families are expected to use to head to northern Syria. The planned departure toward northern Syria comes a day after an agreement was reached between Faylaq al-Rahman and the Russians to evacuate the second of three pockets held by opposition fighters in eastern Ghouta. Photo : AP Hundreds gather to leave second pocket in Syria’s Ghouta Hundreds of members of a rebel group and their relatives boarded Saturday 17 buses in preparation to leave eastern Ghouta to opposition-held areas north of the country Saturday as part of an agreement to evacuate the second of three pockets held by opposition fighters east of the capital Damascus, Syria's state media reported, reports UNB. State TV and the government-controlled Syrian Central Military Media said more than 500 fighters and their relatives will leave Saturday night toward northern Syria, and hundreds more will evacuate the following day. State TV and SCMM earlier said that a total of 7,000 people will leave four towns in eastern Ghouta before reporting that the number had dropped to just over 3,000, without providing an explanation. The departure comes a day after an agreement was reached between Faylaq al-Rahman, the second most powerful rebel group in eastern Ghouta, and the Russians to surrender the second of three pockets in eastern Ghouta, where rebels have been holding up over the past years. Earlier in the day, bulldozers removed giant sand barriers from a main road in the town of Harasta that Korea’s coast guard rescues all 163 after ferry hits rock South Korea's coast guard said it rescued all 163 people from a ferry that hit a large rock in waters off the country's southwestern coast on Sunday. At least six people sustained minor injuries, reports UNB. A coast guard official said the ferry's 158 passengers and five crew members were being taken to shore on four coast guard vessels and a number of civilian fishing boats. The rescue operation went smoothly because the ferry wasn't flooded and didn't lose its balance despite the crash off islands in Sinan County, he said. The coast guard initially said the ferry was carrying 187 passengers, but later revised the number to 158. The official said it appeared the ferry hit the rock while trying to avoid a fishing boat while traveling in foggy waters. Rescue workers treated six people for minor injuries caused from the shock of the crash, which left the ferry's front pushed atop the rock, he said. Another coast guard official, from the nearby port of Mokpo, said his department planned to question the ferry's captain and crew members to investigate the cause of the crash. Tests from alcohol detectors showed that none of them had been drinking before the accident, he said. Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity, citing office rules. The area is not far from where a ferry sank and killed more than 300 people in 2014, triggering a national outpouring of grief and soul-searching over lax safety standards. will be used by the rebels and their relatives to make their way to the country's north. After sunset, several buses carrying evacuees arrived at the edge of the town of Arbeen where they gathered before heading north. The government-controlled SCMM said a corridor was prepared for Faylaq al-Rahman members and their relatives to leave the towns of Zamalka, Arbeen, Ein Tarma and Jobar. The evacuations come after thousands streamed out of Harasta, the first pocket after a similar negotiated deal for the evacuation of armed fighters and civilians. On Friday night, Harasta was void of rebels for the first time in six years. "The city of Harasta in eastern Ghouta is free of terrorism," SCMM said referring to opposition fighters that the government refers to as terrorists. Faylaq al-Rahman said in a statement Friday that the deal will lead to the immediate evacuation of sick and wounded people for treatment and to allow aid to enter the besieged area. The group added that opposition fighters and their relatives who decide to leave eastern Ghouta will head to rebel-held parts of northern Syria while civilians who choose to stay will be guaranteed safety. It said that Russian military police will deploy in Faylaq al- Rahman-controlled areas including the Arbeen, Zamalka, Ein Tarma and Jobar. A prisoner exchange will take place between the group and the government, the group added. Eight government supporters released by Faylaq al-Rahman told state TV about the mistreatment they were subjected to while being held underground and given little food and water. One of those released, whose left eye appeared closed in the report, said "they hit me on the eye damaging it." Another person released said "they used to beat us, keep us hungry and place us underground in the cold and we did not know when they would kill us." Syrian state TV said Faylaq al-Rahman will hand over maps of underground tunnels as well as others marking mines planted by the group in areas it controlled. On Feb. 18, a concerted military offensive, backed by Russian airstrikes, squeezed the rebels and civilians in the area under an intense bombing campaign and tightened the siege. The U.N. estimated that nearly 400,000 people remained in the enclave before the latest offensive began. China’s new central banker pledges to rein in financial risk China's new central bank governor outlined sweeping plans Sunday to rein in rising debt and financial risk, but expressed confidence that Beijing can prevent potential dangers, reports UNB. High debt levels for Chinese state-owned companies, local governments and households are "still a challenge," Yi Gang said at an economic conference. The appearance marked his first extended public appearance following brief remarks to reporters after his appointment last Monday. The ruling Communist Party has declared controlling financial risks a priority following a run-up in debt that prompted global rating agencies last year to cut Beijing's credit rating. Regulators will "deepen regulatory system reform and enhance its resilience against systemic risk," Yi said. He said that will include steps to "impose more financial discipline" on government-owned companies, develop a better financing system for local governments and "create a system to prevent risk in the real estate sector." "We need to lose no time in adopting guidelines on financial regulation" for specialized entities such as asset management and holding companies that have evolved rapidly, said Yi. Still, he said, with Beijing's experience and resources, "China is in a good position to mitigate and prevent risks." Yi, who earned a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Illinois, succeeded Zhou Xiaochuan, who became China's most prominent figure in global finance during a record 15-year term as central bank governor. Yi is a two-decade veteran of the bank and is well-known to foreign investors and regulators as director of China's foreign exchange regulator. Zhou warned in October that rising debt could have a "severe impact" on the world's second-largest economy, but told reporters this month during the annual meeting of China's ceremonial legislature that regulators believed they had debt under control. Total debt in China swelled to above the equivalent of 270 percent of annual economic output, nearly the level of developed countries, as Beijing relied on infusions. In this March 9, 2018, file photo, Yi Gang, vice governor governor of the People's Bank of China, speaks during a press conference held on the sidelines of the annual meeting of China's National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing. Yi outlined sweeping plans Sunday, March 25, 2018 to rein in rising debt and financial risk, but expressed confidence that Beijing can prevent potential danger. Photo : AP Mass for French officer whose sacrifice 'saved the nation' A French bishop has paid tribute to a heroic police officer who lost his life after swapping himself with a supermarket employee in a hostage situation, saying his sacrifice helped save the nation, reports UNB. Survivors and families of the victims of Friday's Islamic extremist attack packed the Saint-Etienne-de- Trebes church for Sunday's special Mass honoring Lt. Col. Arnaud Beltrame and the three others killed in the attack. Members of the region's Muslim community were among those mourning at the special Palm Sunday service. The manager of the supermarket sat in the front row, alongside her husband, the town mayor. The bishop of Carcassonne and Narbonne, Alain Planet, hailed Beltrame's "extraordinary devotion," saying "the whole of France has been touched by this." Residents have been laying flowers in front of the Trebes supermarket where the attacker seized hostages Friday. The director of the national gendarme service is meeting Sunday in Carcassonne with Beltrame's widow and French President Emmanuel Macron has also ordered a national memorial for Beltrame. Members of the region's Muslim community were among those mourning at the special Palm Sunday service. The manager of the supermarket sat in the front row, alongside her husband, the town mayor. Attacker Radouane Lakdim was killed by police after Beltrame helped them storm the market. Two people remain in custody in the investigation. On Palm Sunday, pope urges youth to raise their voices Pope Francis on Palm Sunday urged young people not to be silent and let their voices be heard, even in the face of corrupt or silent elders, reports UNB. The pope's message comes on the heels of a meeting of young Catholics who told the Vatican they want a more transparent and authentic church, and a day after hundreds of thousands marched in youth-led rallies across the United States to demand greater gun control. "The temptation to silence young people has always existed," Francis said. "There are many ways to silence young people and make them invisible. ... There are many ways to sedate them, to keep them from getting involved, to make their dreams flat and dreary, petty and plaintive. " But he told youths in his homily that "you have it in you to shout," even if "we older people and leaders, very often corrupt, keep quiet." As the Roman Catholic Church enters Holy Week, retracing the story of the crucifixion of Jesus and his resurrection three days later on Easter Sunday, Francis urged youth to join those who offer praise, and not the masses calling for crucifixion. "Dear young people, the joy that Jesus awakens in you is a source of anger and irritation to some, since a joyful person is hard to manipulate," the pontiff said. Some 300 youths meeting at the Vatican this week prepared a document for next October's synod of bishops at the Vatican focusing on to help youths better find their way in the church. The document, which was presented to Francis on Sunday, asked church leaders to address the unequal roles of women in the church and how technology is abused. Before his traditional Sunday prayer at the end of Mass, the pope recalled the importance World Youth Day, marked this year on Palm Sunday at a diocesan level rather than as a big international gathering. The pope's message also resonated with the Saturday protests across the United States for tougher laws to fight gun violence, a movement galvanized by the school shooting last month in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead. At the end of Mass, the pope and cardinals in red robes led a solemn procession clutching elaborately braided palm fronds as they walked through the throngs, followed by the papal blessing of palm fronds and olive branches. The processions recalls the bittersweet nature of Holy Week, with the faithful clutching simple palm fronds and olive branches to commemorate Jesus' triumphant entrance into Jerusalem only to be followed later by his death on a wooden cross. The pope concluded by greeting the faithful in St. Peter's Square, getting out of the popemobile to shake hands as many cheered and took pictures. Pope Francis celebrates a Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Sunday, March 25, 2018. Photo : AP South Korean president visits UAE amid deepening ties South Korean President Moon Jaein's visit to the United Arab Emirates this week shows the Asian nation's deepening cooperation with the Gulf country, from buying its oil to building the Arabian Peninsula's first nuclear power plant and potentially backing it in war, reports UNB. The defense pact Seoul reportedly struck with Abu Dhabi, decried as a secret deal by opponents in South Korea, further leverages a military arrangement that already has seen South Korean special forces help train the Emirati military. A former South Korean defense minister has downplayed the chance of entering a conflict alongside the UAE as a "low risk." But Shiite rebels in Yemen, who the UAE is battling as part of a Saudi-led coalition, say they have already tried to target the under-construction Barakah nuclear power plant with a cruise missile. Meanwhile, hundreds of North Korean laborers are believed to still work in the UAE, even as the country says it stopped issuing new visas. The foreign workers offer a cash stream to Pyongyang as it seeks to evade mounting sanctions over its nuclear program. "When we think about different kinds of shifting geopolitical games, it gets a little bit out of control," said June Park, a research fellow at the Northeast Asia Center at Seoul National University. "Even if this presidency is not the one that signed the military deal, I think it still says something." President Moon arrived in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, and was greeted by UAE Energy Minister Suhail al- Mazrouei. South Korea, a major oil and natural gas importer, relies heavily on fossil fuels from the Persian Gulf. The UAE has represented about 10 percent of that market, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Moon's meetings thus far have been held behind closed doors. Responding in writing to questions posed by the UAE's state-run WAM news agency, the South Korean leader said the visit would "boost friendship and cooperation between Korea and the UAE amidst volatile international situations." Among the biggest areas of cooperation is the Barakah nuclear power plant, Seoul's first attempt to build an atomic reactor abroad. The first of its four reactors, being built in the UAE's western deserts near the Saudi border, is scheduled to come online this year, making it the first nuclear power plant on the Arabian Peninsula. "The Barakah nuclear power plant is not simply a mega construction project worth $18.6 billion," Moon wrote. "The fact that the UAE put confidence in Korea, which had no experience in constructing overseas nuclear power plants, and signed a contract with us to build one in Barakah was possible only because there was deep trust between our two countries." Missing from Moon's comments was any mention of the defense pact reportedly signed by the administration of his predecessor, Lee Myungbak, who was just arrested over a range of corruption allegations. Former Defense Minister Kim Taeyoung told the JoongAng Ilbo daily newspaper in January that the deal guarantees the Korean military's automatic intervention in what was described as "an emergency" in the UAE. "The UAE is a country in which a war had not taken place for a long time," he told the newspaper. "There was low risk. Even if a situation arose for deployment, we believed that our response could be flexible depending on the North Korea situation at the moment." Since the report, activist groups have called on Moon's government to investigate the deal. South Korean special operations forces have been training Emirati forces since 2011 as part of a program called "Akh," the Arabic word for "brother." It's unclear what would trigger a military response by South Korea. However, Shiite rebels known as Houthis said they targeted the nuclear plant in December during the UAE's National Day celebrations. The Emiratis at the time denied being targeted, though the Houthis repeatedly have threatened Abu Dhabi. "Now South Korea is in a situation they never really imagined," Park said. "Probably what was envisioned at the time was just a simple economic partnership because it was a no-brainer that the U.S. would do its job in the Middle East," and guarantee the UAE's protection. Meanwhile, the UAE has its own tangled history with North Korea. The UAE has as many as 1,500 North Korean laborers working in the country while Pyongyang operates three Korean restaurants in the UAE - both lucrative sources for hard currency. Dubai once purchased Scud missiles from North Korea, according to a 1991 CIA analysis. In 1999, the Emirati military purchased some 30 Scud missiles from Pyongyang, according to a 2008 U.S. diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks. In October, the UAE announced it would stop issuing new visas to North Korean workers, following Kuwait, which is also cracking down on Pyongyang's presence. Asked by WAM about possible peace talks with North Korea, Moon said his government was trying to ease tensions. Moon has said he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at an April summit, while U.S. President Donald Trump has said he will meet Kim by the end of May. "A warm, amiable atmosphere has started to build on the Korean Peninsula," Moon wrote. "I ask for continued interest and support from the people of the UAE so that this favorable atmosphere can bear fruit."

SPORTS MoNDAy, MARCH 26, 2018 9 Smith captaincy in doubt as Aussie PM blasts ball-tampering CAPE TOWN : Steve Smith's future as Australia captain was thrown into doubt after he was banned for one match after admitting responsibility for the ball-tampering scandal that marred the ongoing Test against South Africa, reports BSS. Smith agreed to step down temporarily from his role ahead of Sunday's fourth day of play in Cape Town but nonetheless came under fire from all sides, including Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. "We all woke up this morning shocked and bitterly disappointed by the news from South Africa," Turnbull told reporters. "It seemed completely beyond belief that the Australian cricket team had been involved in cheating." Smith will miss the fourth and final Test against South Africa due to his ban and was also fined his entire match fee for his leading role in attempting to "change the condition of the ball in order to gain an unfair advantage" on Saturday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said in a statement on Sunday. "The decision made by the leadership group of the Australian team to act in this way is clearly contrary to the spirit of the game, risks causing significant damage to the integrity of the match, the players and the sport itself and is therefore 'serious' in nature," said ICC chief executive David Richardson. "As captain, Steve Smith must take full responsibility for the actions of his players and it is appropriate that he be suspended." Opening batsman Cameron Bancroft was caught on television on Saturday's third day, first rubbing a piece of yellow sticky tape on the ball and then trying to hide the evidence down his trousers. The 25-year-old was hit by three demerit points, fined 75 percent of his match fee and warned over his role. "To carry a foreign object on to the field of play with the intention of changing the condition of the ball to gain an unfair advantage over your opponent is against not only the laws, but the spirit of the game as well," said ICC refereeing chief Andy Pycroft. Wicketkeeper Tim Paine led the Australian team onto the Newlands field to muted jeers from the crowd on Sunday after Smith and vice-captain David Warner had agreed to step down from their roles for the rest of the Test. South Asian Archery : Romman reaches final of recurve men’s singles Booters Sabina, Krishna leave for India DHAKA : Bangladesh women's football team captain Sabina Khatun and midfielder Krishna Rani Sarkar on Sunday left here for India after the Indian High Commission (IHC) in Dhaka granted their visa in the afternoon, reports UNB. They left home at around 7:20pm by a Bangladesh Biman flight BG 0095, confirmed Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF). Sabina and Krishna - former under- 16 women's side captains - will play for Sethu Football Club of Tamil Nadu in the final round of the Indian Women's League in Shillong, Meghalaya. Earlier, both-Sabina and Krishnawere refused visa twice by the IHC expressing the inability to grant visa, citing lack of information provided by them. After issuing the visa, Indian High Commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla in a statement wished Sabina and Krishna's best career both in Bangladesh and India. Sabina and Krishna are scheduled to play in the six games of the final round for Sethu FC on March 26, 28 and 31 and on April 2, 6 and 8 before semifinals of the meet on April 12. The final of the seven-team fray will be held on April 15. DHAKA : Mohammad Romman Sana of Bangladesh reached the recurve men's singles final in the Blazer BD BKSP 3rd South Asian Archery, reports UNB. Championship as he finished top scoring 667 points in the ranking round at BKSP on Sunday. Bangladeshi famed archer Romman Sana will play final against his compatriot Ibrahim Sheikh Rezwan on Tuesday (March 27) at the same venue. Besides, Nasrin Akhter of Bangladesh and Himani of India qualified for the recurve women's singles final to meet each other in the gold battle while Susmita Bonik and Roksana Akhter of Bangladesh face each other in the compound women's singles final, also to be played on Tuesday. Recurve men's, women's team, mixed team, compound men's, women's team and mixed team will be held on Monday at the same venue. Cricket Australia to probe ball-tampering, no action yet DHAKA : Cricket fans hoping for a swift resolution to the Australian test team's ball-tampering admissions in South Africa won't get it, reports UNB. Cricket Australia said Sunday it will send an investigative team to Cape Town immediately to look into all aspects of the case before deciding what action to take, and that could take several days. Calling it a "very sad day for Australian cricket," Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland said he was "extremely disappointed and shocked" by the news from the third test on Saturday. "Australian cricket fans want to be proud of their cricket team," Sutherland said. "I feel this morning they have every reason to wake up and not be proud of the team." "One of the unique things about the game of cricket, is it is to be played not only within the laws of the game, but in the spirit of the game. And, activities on the field yesterday, are neither within the laws of the game or the spirit of the game." Australia cricketers confessed to ball tampering in a desperate plot hatched by captain Steve Smith and senior players as they saw the third test against South Africa slipping away. Batsman Cameron Bancroft was tasked with carrying out the tampering by using yellow adhesive tape to pick up "granules" beside the pitch and rub it on the ball to rough it up in an attempt to get it to reverse swing on day three at Newlands. But Bancroft was caught doing it on the field by television cameras, and then attempted to hide the evidence by shoving the tape down his trousers before he was questioned by umpires. "The leadership group knew about it," Smith said, admitting he and senior players who he would not name planned the cheating during the lunch break. "We spoke about it at lunch and I'm not proud of what's happened. It's not within the spirit of the game." When Sutherland announced he would be speaking to the media at midday Sunday in front of Cricket Australia's corporate offices in Melbourne, commentators and former cricketers wondered whether Smith would be sacked. Former captain Michael Clarke said that if, as Smith said, that coach Darren Lehmann wasn't aware of the plot, that Lehmann must have lost control of the dressing room. But Sutherland's decision was to wait until he has more information. In the interim, Smith is still captain. Sutherland said Cricket Australia is sending their head of integrity, Iain Roy, to South Africa to investigate the scandal. He also refused to make comment on Smith's long-term position as captain but said Roy and high performance manager Pat Howard would be in Cape Town to investigate the matter. "We are in the middle of the game right now and that game needs to conclude. But over the course of the next couple of days we will get to the bottom of this and we will take appropriate action," Sutherland said. Former test batsman Simon Katich has no doubt what that action should be - Smith and Lehmann must go. Katich said he was "sick to his stomach" when he woke up to the news from South Africa on Sunday morning. "They've got no option because this was premeditated and calculated at the break, and those guys are in charge of Cameron Bancroft behaving the way he did," Katich said on SEN Radio. Australia trails South Africa by 294 runs with two days of the test remaining. The four-test series is level 1-1. Brazil are better but will still miss Neymar: Germany's Sane BERLIN : Brazil are one of the favourites for the 2018 World Cup, but injury to superstar Neymar still weakens the 'Selecao', Germany winger Leroy Sane said Sunday, reports BSS. "Brazil aren't as dependent on Neymar as they were in 2014," said Manchester City winger Sane. "They are better positioned and have a few new stars, but it still makes a big difference whether Neymar plays or not." Germany host Brazil in a mouth-watering friendly at Berlin's Olympic Stadium on Tuesday as part of both teams' build-up to June's World Cup in Russia. It will be their first meeting since the Germans stunned Brazil with five goals inside half an hour in a 7-1 romp in the semi-finals of the 2014 World Cup. Just as back then, Brazil forward Neymar is sidelined by injury. This time the world's most expensive player is recovering from foot surgery. He is expected to be fit in time for the World Cup, which kicks off on June 14. Brazil beat Russia 3-0 on Friday with three goals in 13 minutes by Miranda, Paulinho and a Philippe Countinho penalty at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium, which hosts the World Cup final on July 15. Germany warmed up with a 1-1 draw with Spain in Duesseldorf as Rodrigo Moreno's early goal for the visitors was cancelled out by Thomas Mueller's first-half strike. 42-strong contingent to represent BD in CWG DHAKA : A 42-member Bangladesh contingent will participate in the 21st Commonwealth Games to be held in Gold Coast of Australia from April 4-15, eyeing medals in the prospective shooting events. The 11-day multi-sports games will kick off at the Carrara Stadium of Queensland in Australia on April 4 where leading athletes of 71 Commonwealth countries will compete in 19 disciplines of sports for 275 gold medals, reports UNB. Australia is hosting the CW games for the 5th time. The Bangladesh team consisting of 26 athletes will compete in six disciplines of sports-Athletics, Swimming, Shooting, Weightlifting, Boxing and Wrestling-in the Commonwealth Games. Celebrated shooter Abdullah Hel Baki will carry the Bangladesh national flag in the march past of the opening ceremony on April 4. Vice-president of Bangladesh Olympic Association (BOA) Nazimuddin Chowdhury made the Chef de-mission of Bangladesh contingent while BOA Deputy Secretary General Ashiqur Rahman Miku will act as General Team Manager. Addressing a pre-games press conference at the Dutch Bangla Auditorium here, BOA Secretary General Syed Shaheed Reza and the Chef de-mission expect a good performance from the team, especially in shooting events. The Bangladesh team was groomed for six months. The first batch of the Bangladesh contingent with 16-member shooting team left the capital for Australia on Saturday night. Shooting official Entekhabul Hamid and shooter Amira Hamid will fly for Australia on March 27 and 30 respectively. The 2nd batch with Athletics, Swimming, Boxing and Weightlifting teams will fly for Gold Coast on Saturday (Mar 31) while 3rd and the last batch of three members wresting team two wrestlers and one official on April 9. The Athletics unit comprises of two athletes and one official while swimming team three swimmers and one official, boxing two boxers and one official and weightlifting team consists of five lifters and an official. Members of Bangladesh Shooting team are: Shooters -Abdullah Hel Baki, Shovon Chowdhury, Risalatul Islam, Rabbi Hasan Munna, Shakil Ahmed, Anwar Hossain, Armin Asha, Amira Hamid, Ardina Ferdous, Sayeda Atkia Hasan, Ummey Zakia Sultana, Suraiya Akter, Sharmin Shilpa. Officials: Enthekhabul Hamid, Hosne Ara Begum, Coach - Klavs Jorn Christensenan, Marko Sokic and Golam Shafiuddin Khan. Shooting expectation in Commonwealth Games DHAKA : Officials of Bangladesh Olympic Association have expressed their hope that shooters can bring medal for the country in the 21st Commonwealth Games scheduled to be held from April 4-15 in the Gold Coast, Queensland in Australia, reports BSS. A 41-memebr Bangladesh contingent will represent in six disciplines --- shooting, athletics, swimming, weightlifting, wrestling and boxing--- in the games. Shooting is the first team to go in Australia on Saturday to participate in the Games. The other athletes of the disciplines will set for Australia from March 31. The big batch shooting team comprised thirteen shooters, three coaches and two officials while the second highest weightlifting team comprised five weightlifters and a coach. Ahead of the Bangladesh contingents departure, officials of Bangladesh Olympic Association arranged a press conference today (Sunday) at BOA auditorium to discuss regarding Bangladesh's participation and possibility in the Games. Chef de mission Nazim Uddin Chowdhury, also president of shooting federation said thirteen shooters will represent in eight events in the Games and as there is a good possibility to earn medal in shooting event so they have sent big team in the games by saying that gold, silver and bronze medal winner shooter will get Taka ten lacs Taka seven lac and Taka three lacs respectively.

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