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Rohingyas face humanitarian disaster in Cox’s Bazar By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 11th September, 2017, 00:00

zA human catastrophe is apparently imminent in southeast Bangladesh where several lakh Rohingya people have taken refuge after fleeing their homes amid deadly violence in Myanmar. Rohingya…

Rohingyas face humanitarian disaster in Cox’s Bazar

Govt earmarks 2,000 acres for Rohingya camp

Disaster management and relief minister Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya on Sunday told parliament that some 2,000 acres of land has been earmarked at Ukhia in Cox’s Bazar to provide shelter to…


Badda U-loop work delayed

Construction work of Badda U-loop under Hatirjheel integrated development project has not been completed in time due to delay in land acquisition and removal of underground utility service lines.…


PM goes to Cox’s Bazar tomorrow to visit Rohingyas

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit Rohingya refugee camps at Kutupalong of Ukhiya upazila in Cox’s Bazar district on Tuesday, reports UNB.   The prime minister will see…

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Govt to float shares of four power cos Govt to float shares of four power cos

The government will offload shares of four major power companies in public sector, aiming to mobilise fund for generating 40,000MW of electricity by 2030.      The…

Metropolis
JS to discuss Rohingya crisis, 16th amendment JS to discuss Rohingya crisis, 16th amendment

Parliament is likely to hold general discussions on issues of Rohingya and 16th amendment to the constitution. The general discussion on Rohingya may be held today while discussion on…

Sun Extra
Foreign ministry, NSU sign co-op deal Foreign ministry, NSU sign co-op deal

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the North South University (NSU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the ministry in the capital on Sunday.     Secretary…

Editorial
Primacy of National Interests over Humanitarian Crises Primacy of National Interests over Humanitarian Crises

The current Rohingya humanitarian crisis has gone out of proportion. The Rohingya ethnic population is crossing the international border and coming to Bangladesh. They have been subjected to extreme…

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Securing internet on wireless fidelity Securing internet on wireless fidelity

The terms of WiFi or Wireless Fidelity become parts of our life who want to keep connected over broadband internet in any smart devices without hassles of any cables. WiFi is a technology…

Asia
Terrorists planning chemical attacks on planes Terrorists planning chemical attacks 
on planes

NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Home Affairs of India on Sunday issued an alert to all security agencies saying that terrorists might launch chemical attacks on planes and other public transport systems,…

World
Hurricane Irma hits Florida, 3 dead Hurricane Irma hits Florida, 3 dead

MIAMI: At least three people are reported to have been killed as Hurricane Irma sweeps into Florida on Sunday, carrying 130mph winds and threatening to devastate large parts of the so-called Sunshine…

Culturetainment
Swapnadal stages Chitrangada at Shilpakala tomorrow Swapnadal stages Chitrangada at Shilpakala tomorrow

Theatre troupe Swapnadal will be staged its much acclaimed production ‘Chitrangada’s 54th show at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy in the capital tomorrow evening. Chitrangada,…

Winner
Bangladesh to face North Korea Monday Bangladesh to face North Korea Monday

Bangladesh U-16 National Women’s Football Team will face defending champions North Korea in the eight-team final round of the AFC Under-16 Championship at the Chonburi Stadium in Thailand on…

My Districts
Bangabandhu Hi-tech Park to boost technology-based employment Bangabandhu Hi-tech Park to boost technology-based employment

RAJSHAHI: The under-construction Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Hi-tech Park will boost technology-based new employment for more than 14,000 youths both male and female here, reports BSS. Information…

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US historian who tried to save Afghanistan’s heritage dies US historian who tried to save Afghanistan’s heritage dies

KABUL: American historian Nancy Hatch Dupree, who dedicated much of her life to preserving Afghanistan’s heritage, died in a Kabul hospital on Sunday aged 89, reports AFP. Tributes…

Business
Dhaka signs framework deal for $388m Chinese loan Dhaka signs framework deal for $388m Chinese loan

Bangladesh has reached two framework agreements with China for $388 million Chinese loan to implement two projects out of 27 projects pledged by Chinese government. The deals were signed…

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