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Dhaka, Delhi sign 36 deals, docs By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 9th April, 2017, 00:00

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina of expediting solution to Teesta water sharing between the next-door neighbours.   “A…

Dhaka, Delhi sign 36 deals, docs

ADB to provide $8b in 3 yrs for dev projects

Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide more than $8 billion in financial support to Bangladesh in the next three years with a special focus on inclusive and sustainable growth, and regional integration.…


India to support int’l recognition of Genocide Day

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Saturday that India has agreed to back Bangladesh for its international recognition of Genocide Day on March 25.   “India has agreed to…


PM honours Indian Army martyrs of ‘71 war

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday honoured the families of seven Indian soldiers who embraced martyrdom in Bangladesh's War of Liberation in 1971, reports BSS.   Speaking…

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Reliance seeks review of 15-yr tax waiver Reliance seeks review 
of 15-yr tax waiver

Indian energy giant Reliance Power Limited (RPL) has proposed that the government review the tax structure on electricity generation in private sector as the existing law does not allow them to get…

Special Supplement
ICCB Gala Night ICCB Gala Night

With a gala ceremony, International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB), celebrated its second anniversary on Thursday night with a new commitment of offering best services. ICCB, which…

Metropolis
Indian scientists warn over Rampal plant’s carbon emission Indian scientists warn over Rampal plant’s carbon emission

India Peoples’ Science Forum’s National General Secretary Soumya Dutta on Saturday said that the carbon emissions from the proposed 1320 MW coal-fired Rampal plant may lead to a disaster…

Editorial
For Further Strengthening of India-Bangladesh Relations For Further Strengthening of
India-Bangladesh Relations

The proposed visit to India by Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina from 7 April for 5 days at the invitation of Indian Prime Minister has created tension because of reported signing of defense…

Opinion
Highways have become deathtraps Highways have become deathtraps

Frequency of highway accidents and death toll are worsening day by day. Road accident in Bangladesh has become an alarming issue. Citizens of our country always live in fear about road accident when…

World
Trump to visit China as Beijing touts ‘new era’ of ties with US Trump to visit China as Beijing touts ‘new era’ of ties with US

Florida: Chinese president Xi Jinping has invited Donald Trump to pay a state visit to China later this year during a intensely choreographed visit to the billionaire’s Florida estate that was…

Culturetainment
Udichi honours artistes winning awards Udichi honours artistes winning awards

Udichi was honoured its Swadhinata and Ekushey Padak-winning members and supporters at a felicitation programme titled  ‘Anando Ayojon’ at the Sangeet, Abritti and Nrityakala Milanayatan…

Winner
Record-setting West Indies beat Pakistan in first ODI Record-setting West Indies beat Pakistan in first ODI

Jason Mohammed played the finest innings of his brief international career to pace the West Indies to an historic four-wicket victory over Pakistan in the opening one-day international at the National…

My Districts
6.91 lakh bales jute production target fixed for Rangpur region 6.91 lakh bales jute production
target fixed for Rangpur region

RANGPUR: The Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) has fixed a target of producing over 6.91 lakh bales of jute from 63,600 hectares of land for all five districts under Rangpur agriculture region…

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US sends message to N Korea, China with Syria strike US sends message to N Korea, China with Syria strike

SEOUL: The US missile strike on Syria contained a clear message for North Korea and its main ally China, but not one strong enough to push Pyongyang off its nuclear weapons path, analysts said Saturday,…

Campus
With an eye on Mars, BRACU students make Mars Rover With an eye on Mars, BRACU students make Mars Rover

Every year for the past decade, student engineering teams from around the globe have been preparing themselves for 12 months of designing and building the next generation of Mars rovers.

Business
Persistent increase in outstanding debt may lower dev finance Persistent increase in outstanding 
debt may lower dev finance

Persistent increase in outstanding debt, along with high debt-service payment every year, is likely to lower development finance and escalate intergenerational debt burden in future. …

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