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Most CCTV cameras lie inoperative By Other | Last Updated: 4th March, 2017, 00:00

Most closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras installed by Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) in the capital do not function properly while others stop working during power outage. The DMP…

Most CCTV cameras 
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NSU teachers, students in connection with militants

A section of teachers and students of the North South University (NSU) in the capital are maintaining connection with the militants, it has been unearthed through investigations. Due…


UGC recognises illegal campuses of pvt varsities!

The University Grants Commission (UGC) is apparently trying to recognise the illegal campuses of private universities through mentioning them in a book made for carrying out international campaign…


Neo-JMB spiritual leader Kashem arrested in city

Police arrested the Neo-JMB spiritual leader, Maulana Abul Kashem, from the capital’s Senpara area in the early hours of Friday. A unit of counter terrorism and transnational crime…

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PSC for simplifying quota system in govt services PSC for simplifying quota system in govt services

The Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) once again recommended simplifying quota system for recruiting officials to public service due to the existing complexities in applying quota, reports…

Metropolis
Deep ocean ‘danger’ grows as temperatures rise Deep ocean ‘danger’ grows
as temperatures rise

Climate change could dramatically alter the least accessible, most unknown habitat on the planet − the deep ocean floor, reports UNB. Warming seas, the increasing acidification…

Biz Capital
Hawkers rule Ctg footpaths despite drives Hawkers rule Ctg footpaths despite drives

Despite continuous eviction drives by the authorities concerned, footpaths in different parts of the port city remain under the capture of hawkers and makeshift shops touts. The makeshift…

Editorial
Food Wastage and Food Security Food Wastage and Food Security

Food is sacred and must not be wasted – a universal consciousness imposed by our ancestors unto us. Upanishad (Taittaria Upanishad, 2nd Chapter) says, “All beings whatever exist on earth,…

Post-logue
Art of Qur’an on Display Art of Qur’an on Display

I am delighted to report to Muslim community in particular in Bangladesh about an exhibition, first of its kind in the United States of America, at Smithsonian Sackler Gallery in Washington DC on the…

Asia
Dalai Lama Arunachal visit would damage India ties: China warns Dalai Lama Arunachal visit would damage India ties: China warns

BEIJING: China on Friday warned India against allowing the Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh, saying it would cause “serious damage” to bilateral ties and peace in the border region,…

World
Trump slams Democrats for ‘total witch hunt’ Trump slams Democrats for ‘total witch hunt’

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump accused Democrats late Thursday of conducting a “witch hunt” against Attorney General Jeff Sessions over contacts with Russia, as the veteran senator…

Culturetainment
Kanjus delights Sylhet audience Kanjus delights Sylhet audience

Loko Natyadal (Siddheshwari) staged the 691st show of its production Kanjus at the Bengal Cultural Festival 2017 at Syed Mujtaba Ali Mancha in Sylhet city on Thursday evening. The play…

Winner
Tigers’ tour match ends in draw Tigers’ tour match 
ends in draw

Sri Lanka Cricket President’s XI skipper Dinesh Chandimal played an unbeaten innings of 190 runs against Bangladesh in the two-day warm-up match that ended in a draw at Tyronne Fernando Stadium,…

My Districts
Community-based adaptation to climate change stressed Community-based adaptation to climate change stressed

RANGPUR: Proper planning with innova-tion of community-based mechanisms, ways and strategies could be more effective in adapting to adverse impacts of climate change in vulnerable riverine char areas,…

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