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Goodbye, Argentina By Other | Last Updated: 1st July, 2018, 00:00

MOSCOW: France roared back against Argentina to reach the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday as wonderkid Kylian Mbappe sent Lionel Messi home from Russia empty-handed following a seven-goal thriller,…

Goodbye, Argentina

Forge unity to win polls

The grass-roots leaders of the ruling Awami League on Saturday urged its leadership to take measures to forge unity in the party to secure victory in the upcoming general election. They came…


None to remain homeless, live in poverty: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said that not a single person will remain homeless and live in poverty in the country as her government is working for welfare of the people.  …


Cavani fires Uruguay into last eight

SOCHI: Edinson Cavani scored twice as Uruguay shattered Cristiano Ronaldo’s World Cup dream with a 2-1 victory over Portugal on Saturday, reports AFP. Paris Saint-Germain striker Cavani…

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Agri-varsities to introduce cluster system this year Agri-varsities to introduce 
cluster system this year

The government is going to introduce ‘cluster system’ of test for admission to honours courses at agricultural universities in the country from 2018-19 academic year. The initiative…

Metropolis
Reserve JS seat for the differently-able Reserve JS seat for the differently-able

Speakers at a discussion meeting underscored the importance of reserving seat for differently-abled ones in the parliament to promote their rights. They also appreciated the government initiatives…

Editorial
Yet another Battle for Safe Road Yet another Battle for
Safe Road

The person travelling to his/her destination safe and sound through the fatalities and casualties recurring as hallmark phenomenon in the everyday road journey of Bangladesh is considered to be the…

Opinion
Prime minister at G-7 outreach leaders’ meeting in Canada Prime minister at G-7 outreach leaders’ meeting in Canada

Our Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended the G-7 outreach leaders’ meeting in Canada at the invitation of Prime Minister Justine Trudeau. This invitation is very significant for our…

Business
Rural economy thrives with increased cash flow Rural economy thrives with increased cash flow

Cash flow in the country’s rural economy has increased substantially in recent time with increase of transactions through mobile banking and rise of inbound remittance. People living abroad…

Asia
Afghan forces resume offensive operations after ceasefire ends Afghan forces resume offensive operations 
after ceasefire ends

KABUL: Afghan security forces resumed offensive operations on Saturday after President Ashraf Ghani declared an end to the government’s unilateral ceasefire with the Taliban, reports AFP. …

World
US will detain migrant children with parents US will detain migrant children with parents

WASHINGTON: The White House intends to detain migrant families together but might therefore hold children longer than previously allowed, according to new court documents filed by the US Justice Department,…

Culturetainment
Happy birthday, Jaya Ahsan Happy birthday, Jaya Ahsan

Today is the birthday of first Film Fair Award winning actress Jaya Ahsan. Her fans, friends, and well-wishers from around the world have sent their congratulatory messages to the actress as she turns…

Winner
Modric to face his final chance for WC glory Modric to face his final
chance for WC glory

Croatia head into their World Cup last-16 match against Denmark spearheaded by evergreen midfielder Luka Modric, a player his teammate Ivan Rakitic has compared to Spain’s Andres Iniesta.…

My Districts
Quality edn must for generating skilled human resources Quality edn must for generating skilled human resources

RAJSHAHI: Qualitative and quantitative education can be the vital means of generating skilled human resources together with lessening the gradually mounting pressure of unemployment problem. All…

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Iran urges foreign firms to resist US sanction ‘threats’ Iran urges foreign firms to resist US sanction ‘threats’

TEHRAN: Tehran on Saturday urged foreign firms working in Iran to resist US “threats” of sanctions, adding it was in talks with French car makers about staying on in the country, reports…

Campus
Must we obey the law? Must we obey the law?

Defining ‘Law’ was not an easier task for the philosophers and it is still a debatable issue. Although several jurists have tried to answer the question of ‘what law is’, they…

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