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Students losing interest in studying at pvt varsities By Other | Last Updated: 7th October, 2017, 00:00

The number of students in the country’s  private universities marked a decline for the first time in 14 years as these institutions are failing to impart quality education to the learners.…

Students losing interest in studying at pvt varsities

ICAN wins Nobel Peace Prize

OSLO: Nuclear disarmament group ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its decade-long campaign to rid the world of the atomic bomb as nuclear-fuelled crises swirl over North Korea and Iran,…


Gowher Rizvi meets CJ Sinha

Prime Minister’s International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi on Friday met Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha, who is now on a month’s leave on health grounds.    …


Put pressure on Myanmar to take back refugees

London: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday once again urged the international community, including the United Kingdom, to mount pressure on Myanmar to bring back the Rohinyas from Bangladesh, reports…

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Killings by mob continue Killings by mob continue

Vigilante mobs continue to torture and lynch both petty criminals and innocent people on suspicion of committing crimes as the brutal acts go unpunished in most cases. Human rights groups…

Metropolis
Bangladesh to move ahead despite Rohingya influx Bangladesh to move ahead despite Rohingya influx

London: Asserting that Bangladesh never felt scared in facing problems, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the country will surely make its great strides in development despite the inflow of tens…

Sun Extra
Over 1,600 get free eye care in Sirajganj Over 1,600 get
free eye care
in Sirajganj

Over 1,000 patients received free eye treatment and 600 get free spectacles from an eye camp at Panchokroshi union under Ullapara upazila in Sirajganj on Friday. While selected cataract…

Editorial
Morality Has Fallen on Evil Days Morality Has Fallen on Evil Days

Perhaps childhood memories start floating in our mind once we start growing older. After retired from government service few years back, like others, all childhood memories surrounding my village,…

Post-logue
GMO Controversy: Bt Brinjal Perspective (Part IV) GMO Controversy: Bt Brinjal Perspective (Part IV)

Brinjal, a native species of South Asia is considered as one of the most important vegetables of Bangladesh. The area coverage under different kinds of vegetables is merely 459,000 hectares to have…

Asia
India, EU agree to tackle online extremism, radicalisation India, EU agree to tackle online extremism, radicalisation

NEW DELHI: The European Union and India agreed Friday to step up cooperation in countering violent extremism and radicalisation, particularly online, and in enhancing maritime security in the Indian…

World
May fights back after plot to oust her May fights back after plot to oust her

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday said she enjoyed the “full support” of her cabinet after a former Conservative Party chairman admitted he was behind a plot by around…

Culturetainment
Sujit Mustafa to perform at National Museum today Sujit Mustafa to perform at National Museum today

Eminent singer Sujit Mustafa will perform at a solo musical soiree at the Kabi Sufia Kamal Auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum in the capital at 6:30 pm today. Indira Gandhi Cultural…

Winner
Mehrab, Ashraful give Dhaka Metro strong start Mehrab, Ashraful give 
Dhaka Metro strong start

An unbeaten stand of 120-run between Mehrab Hossain Jr and former Bangladesh skipper Mohammad Ashraful led Dhaka Metro to a strong start against Chittagong Division on day-one of the fourth round of…

My Districts
DAE experts for expanding cultivation of zinc-enriched rice DAE experts for
expanding cultivation
of zinc-enriched rice

RANGPUR: Experts of the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) have called upon the farmers for expanding cultivation of zinc-enriched rice to meet nutritional demand of the people, reports BSS.…

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Spain apologises to injured Catalans Spain apologises to
injured Catalans

MADRID: A Spanish government official Friday offered the first apology to Catalans injured by police during their outlawed independence vote as the sides showed tentative signs of seeking an exit from…

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