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Dhaka airport rife with chaos, mismanagement By Other | Last Updated: 16th May, 2017, 00:00

Sheer mismanagement has put the country’s busiest Hazrat Shah Jalal International Airport (HSIA) in a chaos, causing immense sufferings to the passengers and visitors. A glaring…

Dhaka airport 
rife with chaos,
mismanagement

All parties preparing for next election

All the major political parties, including Awami League, Bangladesh Nationalist Party and Jatiya Party, have started taking preparations for the 11th parliamentary polls slated for 2018-2019.


Sugar price soars ahead of Ramadan

Sugar price is soaring ahead of Ramadan due to alleged market manipulation by unscrupulous businessmen. The local price of sugar is not in line with the international market. According…


Road collapses near Farmgate

A portion of a road in the city’s Farmgate area collapsed resulting in leak in a gas pipeline, reports BSS. The road in front of Jahanara Garden at Green Road area collapsed as…

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Petrobangla opposes PDB’s proposal Petrobangla opposes PDB’s proposal

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has sent back a proposal from Power Division for importing petroleum fuels on its own for further scrutiny as the Energy and Mineral Resources Division (EMRD)…

Metropolis
NHRC to provide legal support to Banani rape victims NHRC to provide legal support to Banani rape victims

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Chairman Kazi Reazul Hoque said the commission will provide Banani rape victims with all legal support to ensure justice for them. He made the…

Sun Extra
‘Dev not possible keeping disadvantaged groups aside’ ‘Dev not possible 
keeping disadvantaged groups aside’

Speakers at a discussion on Monday said attainment of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda by 2030 is not possible keeping aside a large number of the disadvantaged groups, especially the slum…

Editorial
Improving Quality of Education 
Improving Quality of Education

It is heartening to note that the government is planning to take up a massive programme for taka 128,000 crore for improvement of the quality of education and development of employability skills at…

News & Newsmaker
India’s ‘Mother of Orphans’ has raised over 1,400 abandoned children India’s ‘Mother of Orphans’
has raised over 1,400
abandoned children

The story of Sindhutai Sapkal is one of incredible determination in the face of adversity, rebirth and love of children who nobody else wanted. The 68-year-old has raised over 1,400 orphans, offering…

Asia
Intimidation of Pyongyang must end: Putin Intimidation of Pyongyang must end: Putin

BEIJING:  Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that North Korea’s latest missile test was “dangerous”, but he warned that Pyongyang was being intimidated and called for…

World
Government forces near total recapture of Damascus Government forces near total recapture of Damascus

BEIRUT: Syria’s regime is close to cementing its control over the entire capital under local deals with rebels after a six-year war that has ravaged suburbs of Damascus and caused population…

Culturetainment
Cultural competition for primary students ends Cultural competition for primary students ends

A nationwide cultural competition for students at the primary level ends at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Saturday. BSA has organised the contest in which students in all districts…

Winner
Gazi still unbeaten Gazi still unbeaten

A fierce bowling display by Abu Haider enabled Gazi Group Cricketers to record an overwhelming seven-wicket victory Khelaghar Samaj Kalyan Samity in the rain hit curtail over match of Dhaka Premier…

My Districts
Pheromone trap gains popularity among farmers in Rajshahi Pheromone trap gains
popularity among
farmers in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: Environment-friendly “sex pheromone trap” for combating harmful insects is gaining popularity among the vegetable farmers in the region, reports BSS.   The…

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Putin says Russia not involved in cyberattack, blames US Putin says Russia not involved in cyberattack, blames US

BEIJING: Russia had nothing to do with a massive global cyberattack, President Vladimir Putin said Monday, criticising the US intelligence community for creating the original software, reports AFP.…

Business
Large ADP picked up amid slow execution Large ADP picked up amid slow execution

New annual development plan saw a big jump amid execution of the current fiscal’s plan still moving in the slow lane even after 10 months have elapsed.   The execution of the…

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