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Who will win the Iron Throne on "Game of Thrones"?
Published on 14th Apr 2019
Even with the premier of Season 8 of HBO's Game of Thrones on April 14th 2019, after all of these years, it is still virtually impossible to guess which contender for the Throne will end up on top, if anyone. Of all the contenders, there are several plausible theories about who will be sitting on the Iron Throne when the series finally concludes. As Cersei Lannister famously remarked - "When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die." And die they did, breaking many fan's hearts and shocking viewers with gore, twists and turns. We do have some clues from the way Season 7 ended. A temporary truce was forged between the major houses to fight off the danger of the Night King and the White Walkers to the North. So will Jon Snow, the reluctant King in the North and the heir apparent of Rhaegar Targaryen, sit on the throne? Or will it be his newfound lover (and aunt) Daenerys, who has devoted every waking moment and the full might of her Dragons to that mission since the end of Season 1. Or will Cersei and her machinations prevail against all odds and the prophecy of the Valonqar? And since this is Game of Thrones, you can never count out a wildcard winner either. Gendry, the illegitimate son of Robert Baratheon, is certainly such a dark horse contender. And what of Bran Stark, who could possibly be the one and the same as the Night King himself? This list describes the various ways in which each of the still surviving characters might end up on the Iron Throne. But who do you think will finally sit on that veritable seat of power in Westeros, forged by swords and molded by Dragon-fire? Rank this list of possible contenders and let the world know by sharing your ranking. Don't forget to post your own theories and ideas in the comments below and subscribe for more GOT content.
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Best Online Bangla TV Channel
Published on 7th Jan 2019
Satellite TV Channel was introduced in Bangladesh in the 1990s. On 29 September 1992, the US television network CNN started relaying its transmission via satellite in Bangladesh for a few hours everyday using the BTV channel. The same year, BBC started the same under similar arrangements. Permission to use dish antennas for receiving satellite transmissions directly by general users opened up new opportunities for the Bangladeshi viewers to see programmes from the outside world. Between 1992-95, more than 10 foreign TV channels entered Bangladeshi homes. Today, this number stands at more than 100. The satellite television channels are now among the most popular means of entertainment for the people. New channels introduced in 1992 in Bangladesh in addition to CNN and BBC were basically those of the Star Television Network, Zee TV network, Indian TV and Pakistan TV. Some early starters bought dish antennas for very high prices and installed them on their roofs. Very soon, the innovative entrepreneurs, foreseeing a lucrative business, started operating private cable networks, which mushroomed throughout the country. The number of channels subscribed increased substantially in the major cities. Private satellite TV channel of Bangladesh origin channel-1, ATN Bangla also went into operation from the late nineties. NTV and Ekushay TV appeared with variety of news and programme later became popular satellite TV channels. According to a survey conducted in 1998 by a Dhaka daily, ATN, BBC, Channel-V, CNN, DD-7, DD-Metro, Discovery, ESPN, Prime Sports, Sony, Star TV Network (Star Movies, Star Plus, Star Sports), Zee TV and Zee Cinema were among the most watched and most popular channels. CNN, TNT, MTV and Cartoon Network were found to have a high viewing rate. Among the relatively new entrants, Ekushey Television, ATN Bangla, Channel I, Star World, National Geographic, HBO, AXN Action TV, and Alpha TV (now called Zee-Bangla) also made good impression among the Bangladeshi viewers. Ekushey Television was shut down during the rule of 4-Party alliance government (2001-2006). Some new local private satellite channels were given permission to launch their operations during this period. These included: RTV, Bangla Vision, Channel One, Boishakhi Television and Diganta Television. Ekushey Television resumed its operation in 2007 during the tenure of the caretaker government. The state-owned BTV also extended its transmission worldwide by launching a satellite channel called 'BTV World'. Three private channels channel One, Falgun Music and CSB news were shut down earlier. Desh TV, ATN News, Independent TV, Samoy Sangbad, GTV, Bijoy TV, Independent TV, Channel 71, My TV, Islamic TV, Machranga TV, Channel 24, Mohna TV, Channel 16 and Channel 9 are the latest notable entrant in the field. Some other new private satellite TV channels are expected to go on air very soon. According to a survey conducted in 2008, 68% Bangladeshi of over 15 years of age watch satellite TV channels at least once in a week. The number of TV audience has increased by 26% during the least ten years because of the massive expansion of local satellite TV transmissions as well as cable network. Only 8% households of Bangladesh had TV sets in 1995, the figure has raised to 41% now and 42% TV sets have satellite antennas or cabel connections. Earlier in 2006, the 'Cable TV Network Operation Act' was enacted to regulate the activities of cable TV operators in Bangladesh.
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