Two months later, Brazilian superstar Neymar played for Paris Saint-Germain. In the first match, he had to see the red card for kicking the opposing footballer. This happened towards the end of the match. PSG lost 1-0 to Lilly, which gave them a strong push to win League One. Liverpool, on the other hand, beat Arsenal 3-0 in the EPL.
Jonathan David put Lil ahead in the 20th minute of the match. PSG could not find a goal to equalize in the remaining 60 minutes. Neymar received a yellow card for hitting Benjamin Andre in the face in the first half. Shortly before the end of the game, Thiago kicked Jalo without the ball. The referee showed Neymar a second yellow card. The Brazilian star was deported after seeing a red card against Marseille in the current league.
After seeing the red card, Neymar’s head got worse. He left the field grumbling in anger. On the other hand, besides Neymar, the referee also showed a red card to Lille defender Jalo. As soon as Neymar reached the mouth of the tunnel, he continued to say everything to the net. Jalo also got into an argument with him. The officers present tried hard to calm the two down. But they stopped!
8 stars of Showbiz are getting tax cards in the fiscal year 2019-2020. They are Shakib Khan, actor Raisul Islam Asad, actress Vidya Sinha Mim, musician Tahsan Khan, folk empress Mumtaz and Nazrul musician Shaheen Samad.
On January 20, the National Board of Revenue prepared a gazette in this regard. According to the Gazette, the Board of Revenue will give this honor to 141 individuals and organizations as eligible taxpayers in the 2019-2020 tax year.
They are Shakib Khan, actor Raisul Islam Asad, actress Vidya Sinha Mim, musician Tahsan Khan, folk empress Mumtaz and Nazrul musician Shaheen Samad.
The NBR prepared a gazette in this regard on January 20, which was published on Tuesday (January 26). According to the Gazette, Shakib Khan Rana, Vidya Sinha Mim and Raisul Islam Asad are getting tax cards in the actor-actress category as eligible taxpayers in the 2019-2020 tax year.
In the singer category, Tahsan Rahman Khan, Mumtaz Begum and Shaheen Samad are getting tax cards.
According to the National Tax Card Policy, 2010 (as amended), in the tax year 2019-20, the names of individuals, companies and other eligible taxpayers have been published for issuing 141 tax cards in 12 (three) categories. East West Media Group Ltd. is getting tax card in print and electronic media category.
Popular musician and actor Tahsan Khan has become the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) goodwill ambassador. The star has become the company’s first goodwill ambassador from Bangladesh. This information was given in a press release sent from UNHCR on Saturday. Anupam Roy, currently the number one musician of Bengali music in India, congratulated Tahsan on becoming his goodwill ambassador.
UNHCR has 32 goodwill ambassadors around the world. Through their popularity, dedication and work, they highlight the plight of refugees around the world and the work of UNHCR. Since 2019, Tahsan has been working with UNHCR on various initiatives to reach out to refugees. He has visited Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar and assisted in attending World Refugee Day and other UNHCR events.
Through these works, Tahsan has seen first-hand the humanitarian work for refugees in Cox’s Bazar, talked to refugees, and learned better about the root causes of displacement.
Tahsan has shared several official photos on the social handle after becoming the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) goodwill ambassador. Anupam wrote as soon as he got there, very good. At the same time, he used emoji to greet with applause. Tahsan replied, “Thanks friend, this time we have to finish the song.”
“I am honored and proud to be associated with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees,” Tahsan said on Saturday after becoming a goodwill ambassador. UNHCR ensures the protection of refugees and displaced persons around the world, provides life-saving assistance, and works to resolve crises. Today, more than one percent of the world’s population (1 in 97 people) is displaced by conflict and persecution. As one of the lucky 99 percent of the people, it is my human duty to speak on behalf of the refugees.