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Bursting river in Bangladesh sweeps away houses amid monsoon rain

Resident Manwara Begum wept as she recalled being inundated by the sudden flash flood. "The embankment broke so quickly before we could realize what happened. We ran with our children and instantly our houses were destroyed by floodwater," she...

Attack on press freedom

NTV-Houston reporters were physically assaulted while covering the Indian election BJP-Houston victory celebrations. The incident happened in the parking lot of plaza located on Hillcroft. This physical assault attack is against press freedom. It was plotted and planned against the team...

Sugar Land: Mosquito Related Nile Virus


PTI Wins Pakistan Elections

Majority Political Party "PTI" after Winning Pakistan Elections 2018 is Celebrating its victory not only in Pakistan but across the world. NTV Houston celebrated PTI victory with PTI Houston Chapter. Report by NTV Houston Correspondent Tanvir Ahmad Khan... https://www.facebook.com/NTVHouston/videos/1708498112559176/
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Protesters in New York show solidarity with mass demonstrations in Russia

A group of protesters in New York came out in solidarity with their counterparts in Russia who...
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Biden warns COVID will ‘get worse’ before it gets better, as New York calls for help

 President Joe Biden on Saturday (January 23) warned Americans that COVID will "get worse," before it gets better.  The...

Images show abandoned U.S. border wall along New Mexico as Biden halts further construction

A construction site of the U.S.-Mexico border wall which former President Donald Trump had touted as a major accomplishment days before leaving...

U.S. TV personality and journalist, Larry King dies aged 87

Larry King, who quizzed thousands of world leaders, politicians and entertainers for CNN and other news outlets in a career spanning more...

Houston Health Department Opening Additional COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Slots

UPDATE - The Houston Health Department's 1,600 new COVID-19 vaccination appointment slots filled in approximately five minutes of opening at 4 p.m.