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Padma Bridge now a visible reality By Other | Last Updated: 1st October, 2017, 00:00

Padma Bridge is no longer a dream. It has now become a visible reality as the first span of the country’s dream multipurpose structure was installed on Saturday morning. The first…

Padma Bridge now a visible reality

Khaleej Times terms Hasina new star of East

A leading daily newspaper of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Saturday highly appreciated Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her humane approach in the Rohingya issue, dubbing her as the…


Fishermen returning from sea

Fishermen along with their trawlers have started to return their homes from Bay of Bengal following a government ban imposed on fishing Hilsa, reports UNB. The government has imposed…


Suu Kyi’s portrait removed from Oxford Varsity College gate

An Oxford University college in UK has removed portrait of its former undergraduate student Aung San Suu Kyi protesting persecution of Rohingya ethnic minority in Rakhine state of Myanmar.

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China co threatens to stop CCC maintenance work China co threatens to stop CCC maintenance work

Wuhan Anyang Science and Technology Company Limited (WASTCL), a Chinese company, has threatened to stop maintenance work of Chittagong Chemical Complex (CCC), despite failures to complete work for…

Metropolis
Roquia Haider honoured for her contribution to journalism Roquia Haider honoured for her contribution 
to journalism

National Press Club has accorded a reception to Roquia Haider, Chief Editor of Bangla Department of Voice of America, for her outstanding contribution to the field of journalism. The…

Editorial
Rohingya Crisis: Can Bangladesh Meet the Challenges? Rohingya Crisis: Can Bangladesh Meet the Challenges?

The humanitarian crisis caused by the Myanmar authority’s ethnic cleansing of the Rohingyas has reached to extreme proportion. The Rohingya are turned into a stateless predominantly Muslim minority…

Opinion
A new technology to reduce urea and TSP use A new technology to reduce 
urea and TSP use

Soil science division of Bangladesh Rice Research Institute has developed an environment friendly Bio-organic fertiliser for growing rice, using decomposable vegetable waste from household and kacha…

Asia
Tillerson calls for calming of situation on Korean Peninsula Tillerson calls for calming of situation on Korean Peninsula

BEIJING: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Saturday for a calming of the situation on the Korean Peninsula, but said it was incumbent on North Korea to halt its missile launches, reports AP.…

World
Rights groups sue Trump admin over travel ban Rights groups sue Trump admin over travel ban

WASHINGTON: Human rights organizations announced Friday they are suing the Trump administration over the latest version of the president’s controversial travel ban, continuing a long-running…

Culturetainment
‘18 receive Channel i Music Award’ ‘18 receive Channel i Music Award’

The ‘12th Channel i Music Award’ was conferred on the winners of the different categories at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center in the capital on Friday. Organised…

Winner
Nadif slams ton against Khulna in NCL Nadif slams ton against Khulna in NCL

Dhaka Division dominated the second day of their round three match against Khulna Division as the former ended the day with 484 runs losing 7 wickets in 19th Walton Iot Smart Fridge National Cricket…

My Districts
21,180 flood-hit farmers to get seeds, fertilizers in Gaibandha 21,180 flood-hit farmers to get seeds, fertilizers in Gaibandha

GAIBANDHA: A total of 21,180 flood affected farmers of the district will get seed of various Rabi crops and chemical fertilizers under incentives programme from the government to recover their losses…

Campus
Should teachers have a lesson plan? Should teachers have a lesson plan?

Education can change any nation’s identity. Singapore and Malaysia are the best example of the last half of the twentieth century. Because of education, a nation nourishes her culture-tradition-folklore-economy-religion-local…

Business
Investors losing appetite for mutual funds Investors losing appetite 
for mutual funds

Mutual fund investors are passing a tough time as most of the funds are now being traded below their face value although the overall capital market continues to show resilience. Currently,…

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