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AL looking into ‘mysterious’ BNP behaviour By Other | Last Updated: 11th February, 2018, 00:00

Ruling Awami League is closely analysing ‘mysterious’ political behaviour of BNP following the conviction of its chairperson Khaleda Zia in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case, according to…

AL looking into 
‘mysterious’ 
BNP behaviour

What we are eating

Unhygienic foods are being served  at roadside hotels in different parts of the capital, posing serious health hazards. Thousands of people take these foods every day due to cheap prices…


PM leaves for Italy today

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will leave Dhaka for Italy this morning on a three-day state visit. An Emirates flight carrying the premier and her entourage members will depart Hazrat Shahjalal…


UK stands by Bangladesh over Rohingya crisis, says Johnson

British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson on Saturday said his country stands by Bangladesh over the Rohingya crisis. He said the UK is working for secured,…

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No significant progress in probe yet No significant progress in probe yet

Six years have elapsed since the gruesome murder of Sagar-Runi journalist couple took place, but no significant progress in its investigation is in sight. Mahir Sarwar Megh, the only son of…

Metropolis
China, UNDP, UNFPA distribute relief materials China, UNDP, UNFPA distribute relief 
materials

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the China Embassy in Dhaka, along with the district administration distributed relief materials among the flood…

Special Supplement on the National Day of Islamic Republica of IRAN
IRAN, Cradle of Civilization IRAN, Cradle of Civilization

Iran is the land of history, a country filled with the memory of many told and untold events, known as the cross roads of the world. The brilliant history of the Iranian civilization has manifested…

Editorial
Severe Concern of Roadside Parking Severe Concern of 
Roadside Parking

Illegal roadside parking of vehicles is unfortunately but undeniably one of the least addressed issues over the recent months both in the print media and the social media for reasons unknown. Relentlessly…

Business
ADB okays $503m credit for Reliance Bangladesh projects ADB okays $503m credit for 
Reliance Bangladesh projects

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved US$503 million credit and risk guarantees in favour of Indian power giant Reliance for setting up an LNG terminal and power plant in Bangladesh, official…

Opinion
Climate change: Its impact on agricultural productions Climate change: Its impact on agricultural productions

Bangladesh is one of the predominantly agro-based developing countries in the world.  Agriculture is the largest economic sector of Bangladesh. Around 62% people are engaged in agricultural farming…

Asia
North Korea invites ROK president to Pyongyang North Korea invites ROK president to Pyongyang

SEOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited the South’s President Moon Jae-in for a summit in Pyongyang Saturday, Seoul said, even as the US warned against falling for Pyongyang’s Olympic…

World
India hopes to see independent Palestine state: Modi India hopes to see independent 
Palestine state: Modi

RAMALLAH: Narendra Modi has arrived on Saturday in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on a landmark visit - the first ever by an Indian prime minister - that Palestinian leaders have hailed as…

Culturetainment
Aruna, Mehazabien star in Ek Tukro Prem-er Golpo Aruna, Mehazabien star in Ek Tukro Prem-er Golpo

Noted actress Aruna Biswas and popular actress of this time Mehazabien Chowdhury pair up in a special play titled ‘Ek Tukro Prem-er Golpo’. Directed by BU Shuvo, the play will be…

Winner
Sri Lanka seal Bangladesh Test series Sri Lanka seal Bangladesh Test series

Debutant Akila Dananjaya’s superb performance with ball guided Sri Lanka to a 215-run victory over hosts Bangladesh in their second Test at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur…

My Districts
Mass awareness a must to curb leprosy Mass awareness a must
to curb leprosy

RAJSHAHI: Experts have stressed the need for creating mass awareness about the sign and symptoms of leprosy and ensuring treatment for all leprosy patients free of cost, reports BSS.  “Leprosy…

News link
Two Turkish troops killed as chopper downed Two Turkish troops killed as chopper downed

ANKARA: Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said two Turkish military personnel were killed when a helicopter was downed during Ankara’s military offensive against a Kurdish militia in northern Syria,…

Campus
The art of public speaking The art of public speaking

Speaking is an impressive art and unique manifestation of the selves. Like all other art its history is also old. From the very beginning of the civilization speaking played an important role in operating…

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