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Passengers’ sufferings know no bounds By Other | Last Updated: 14th May, 2018, 00:00

Thousands of vehicles have remained stuck in  over 80-kilometre tailback on Dhaka-Chattrogram Highway for the last two days, causing untold sufferings for the passengers. Vehicular movement…

Passengers’ sufferings know no bounds

PM asks army to stay alert to internal, external threats

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday asked the members of Bangladesh Army to keep a “constant vigil” to face any internal and external threats for safeguarding the country’s constitution…


Electioneering ends, voting tomorrow

Electioneering for tomorrow’s Khulna city polls ended on Sunday night amid hectic last-minute campaigns by mayoral and councillor candidates. The candidates intensified their efforts on…


Anup Chetia threatens to withdraw from peace talks

NEW DELHI: ULFA leader Anup Chetia and others threatened to withdraw from peace talks with Indian central government if any law is passed to grant citizenship to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan…

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AL trying to end internal conflict AL trying to end 
internal conflict

The ruling Awami League is working to resolve internal conflict among party leaders in order to win the rescheduled election to Gazipur City Corporation. Awami League will outline new strategies…

Metropolis
Bangladesh’s first lightning forecast system soon Bangladesh’s first lightning forecast system soon

Eight sensors capable of pinpointing lightning-prone areas and providing early warnings on incidence of lightning have been installed in the country, reports UNB. Ministry of Disaster Management…

Sun Extra
Next polls under Hasina-govt: Nasim Next polls under Hasina-govt: Nasim

Feni: Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim on Sunday said the next general election would be held under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as per the constitution, reports BSS. “There…

Editorial
PM’s Glorious Achievements that Shaped the Destiny of Bangladesh PM’s Glorious Achievements that Shaped the Destiny of Bangladesh

The headline that I have chosen to write my article has no iota of exaggeration but special recognition as a statement of fact recorded by our past and present history. Many a government came to the…

Business
Furniture exports to reach $1b by 2021: Tofail Furniture exports to reach

$1b by 2021: Tofail

Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed on Sunday said that export earnings from the country’s furniture sector is likely to reach $1 billion by 2021. “We have deceived to give 15 percent…

Asia
11 killed in Indonesia Church bombings 11 killed in Indonesia Church bombings

Jakarta: Suicide bombers have attacked three churches in Indonesia’s second-largest city Surabaya, killing at least 11 people. Around 40 others were injured in the attacks, which occurred within…

World
Iran conservatives attack govt over nuclear deal Iran conservatives attack govt over nuclear deal

TEHRAN: As Iran’s foreign minister embarked on a diplomatic tour on Sunday to save the nuclear deal, his government faced mounting pressure from hardliners at home who say the West should never…

Culturetainment
Mothers of three celebrities receive Gorbini Ma award Mothers of three celebrities receive Gorbini Ma award

Shova Rani Dey, mother of noted singer Kumar Biswajit, Momtaz Begam, Mother of popular actor Mosharraf Karim and Chobi Saha, mother of National Film Award-winning actress Bidya Sinha Saha Mim honoured…

Winner
Shakib-less Tigers back in practice Shakib-less Tigers back in practice

Keeping Afghanistan and West Indies series in mind, Bangladesh commenced their training camp on Sunday at home of cricket— Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur. After a well-deserved…

My Districts
Bumper jackfruit production likely in Panchagarh Bumper jackfruit production likely 
in Panchagarh

PANCHAGARH: A bumper jackfruit production is expected in the district as the tender fruit is now growing excellent amid favourable climate condition this season, officials said on Sunday, reports BSS.…

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Kidnapped UK tourists in DR Congo released Kidnapped UK tourists in DR Congo released

LONDON: Two British tourists who were kidnapped in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been freed, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday. Their vehicle was attacked on Friday in the…

Scitech
Autonomous copter to explore red planet Autonomous copter to explore red planet

United State’s space agency NASA has confirmed it is sending an autonomous helicopter to Red Planet that will travel with the Mars rover mission, currently scheduled to launch in July 2020.…

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