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IPU assembly begins with call for fighting militancy By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 2nd April, 2017, 00:00

Terming militancy and terrorism ‘a global phenomenon’, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday called upon the world leaders to fight the menace together to save humanity. …

IPU assembly begins with 
call for fighting militancy

Three killed in suicide blasts at Barohat den

Three suspected militants, including a woman, have been killed in suicide bomb blasts during an anti-militancy operation at their den at Barohat in Moulvibazar. Police said three militant…


Tigers’ hopes shattered with batting collapse

Despair for the Tigers, who got to the end of their fairytale three-match ODI series only to find a cruel twist on the final page, when they fell agonisingly short of their first ever ODI series victory…


‘362 killed in road crashes in March’

Road crashes killed 362 people, including 49 women and 54 children, and injured 865 others across the country last month. The National Committee to Protect Shipping, Roads and Railways…

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81pc women MPs face harassment, violence 81pc women MPs face 
harassment, violence

About 81 percent of women parliamentarians experienced some forms of psychological violence in and outside parliament, shows a study presented at a debate of the 25th Sessions of Women Parliamentarians…

Metropolis
‘Decentralised budgets needed for SDGs implementation’ ‘Decentralised budgets needed for SDGs implementation’

Rangpur: The attainment of the globally adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will critically hinge on the effective decentalisation of the national budget allocations, speakers told a pre-budget…

Editorial
Autism in Bangladesh: Reducing Discrimination through Innovation Autism in Bangladesh: Reducing 
Discrimination through Innovation

Within the last 5 years, thanks to political support and national education, autism awareness in Bangladesh has grown immensely. Due to a lack of funds and resources, providing full comprehensive evidence…

Opinion
Trumponomics: Tough days ahead? Trumponomics: Tough days ahead?

The term ‘Abenomics’ is being extensively used to indicate the economic policies advocated by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzô Abe, after getting re-elected in 2012. Similarly, the…

Asia
US sanctions N Koreans in response to missile tests US sanctions N Koreans in response to missile tests

WASHINGTON: The US Treasury hit 11 North Korean business representatives and an industrial firm with sanctions Friday, seeking to further isolate the country’s economy for pursuing nuclear weapons,…

World
Rioters storm Paraguay congress over constitutional reform bill Rioters storm Paraguay congress 
over constitutional reform bill

ASUNCION: Furious protesters stormed Paraguay’s legislature, ransacked lawmakers’ offices and set fires after senators approved a law allowing the country’s president to be re-elected,…

Culturetainment
8th Satyen Sen Ganasangeet Fest wraps up in style 8th Satyen Sen Ganasangeet Fest wraps up in style

Three-day ‘Satyen Sen Gano Sangeet Utsab and National Gano Sangeet Competition’   ends on Thursday in the city.   In memory of its founding president Satyen…

Winner
Tigers surrender to Lions in final ODI Tigers surrender to Lions in final ODI

Bangladesh had to settle for a drawn series after conceding a 70-run defeat against Sri Lanka in the 3rd and last ODI at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo on Saturday, reports UNB.  …

My Districts
Tk 930-cr Gorai dredging project fails to deliver Tk 930-cr Gorai dredging
project fails to deliver

Kushtia: The Gorai River Restoration Project (Phase-II), initiated in 2009, has failed to restore the natural flow of the river and its ecosystem due to its unplanned dredging and 'graft',…

Campus
Exam phobia – the monster of student life Exam phobia – the monster
of student life

Exam Phobia is a psychological condition in which pupils experience extreme stress, anxiety, discomfort and irrational fear during or before examination. A little nervousness or tension is healthy…

News link
Syrians flee Raqa as US-backed assault nears Syrians flee Raqa as US-backed assault nears

AIN ISSA: In a muddy camp in northern Syria, civilians who fled Raqa said fear of an expected US-backed assault on the Islamic State group bastion was reaching a fever pitch, reports AFP.

Business
Daffodil to develop 500 new entrepreneurs Daffodil to develop 500 new entrepreneurs

Daffodil International University (DIU) will develop 500 new entrepreneurs, 30 percent of them are women, across the country within the next five years to accommodate educated unemployed youths.…

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