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Vehicular movement turns unsafe at entry, exit points By Other | Last Updated: 5th July, 2018, 00:00

Vehicular movement at the entry and exit points of most of the flyovers in the capital has become unsafe and fatal accidents are taking place there frequently due to the faulty structures of the overpasses.…

Vehicular movement turns 
unsafe at entry, exit points

Brazil continue as WC favourites

SOCHI: While some of their biggest rivals have already fallen by the wayside in Russia, Brazil have been making serene progress towards the latter stages of the World Cup, reports AFP. After…


Myanmar arrests dozens of returning Rohingyas: UN

GENEVA: Myanmar has detained dozens of Rohingya refugees who have tried to return home, the UN human rights chief said Wednesday, questioning the sincerity of the government’s purported repatriation…


Rid country of corruption, militancy: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday appreciated the public servants for realising the ultimate goal of the government and working to take the country to the height it wants to see, reports UNB.…

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Exports top $36.6bn in FY 18, but miss target Exports top $36.6bn in FY 18, but miss target

Country’s export earnings in the immediate past 2017-18 fiscal year stood at $36.66 billion, which is 2.22 percent lower than the target of $37.5 billion. Despite missing the target, export…

Metropolis
President asks PGR to be equipped with befitting training President asks PGR to be equipped with befitting training

President Abdul Hamid on Wednesday laid emphasis on acquiring the expertise of IT and strategic development including time befitting training to ensure foolproof security in any circumstances, reports…

Sun Extra
Rohingya sufferings mount for rain: UNFPA Rohingya sufferings mount
for rain: UNFPA

Executive Director of UNFPA Natalia Kanem has said the heavy rains in Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar district and their impact are already compounding the sufferings of Rohingyas, even as they…

Editorial
Re-conceptualisation of the Philosophy of Liberation War Re-conceptualisation of the 
Philosophy of Liberation War

On 23rd of June, I was listening to a lecture by Professor Muntassir Mamoon at the Senate Bhawan of the University of Rajshahi with rapt attention. He was speaking on the occasion of distribution of…

Education
New rules for MPO – A review New rules for MPO – A review

To get the non-government educational institutions included in the MPO list, the regulations were developed first in 1995, which was further revised in 2010 and 2013 respectively. The latest and the…

Business
Cutting inequality a challenge for SDGs attainment Cutting inequality a challenge 
for SDGs attainment

The major challenge the country is going to face in implementing global sustainable development agenda is reducing the growing inequalities, said speakers at a national conference on Wednesday.…

Asia
Najib charged with corruption Najib charged with corruption

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak was formally charged Wednesday with corruption linked to a multi-billion dollar financial scandal that contributed to his shock election defeat…

World
Syria rebels mull Russian terms for southern handover Syria rebels mull Russian terms for southern handover

BEIRUT: Rebels in Syria’s south on Wednesday discussed a Russian proposal to hand over their remaining territory in exchange for a halt to the regime’s blistering offensive, rebel sources…

Culturetainment
Monalisa stars in Jokhon Shobkichu Themey Jay Monalisa stars in Jokhon Shobkichu Themey Jay

Popular model-actress Mozeza Ashraf Monalisa has started shooting for her new tele-drama titled Jokhon Shobkichu Themey Jay recently. Written and directed by Sumon Anwar, Monalisa will be seen…

Winner
World Cup big guns primed for last-eight battles World Cup big guns primed for last-eight battles

England became the last team to qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals after a dramatic penalty shootout as favourites Brazil and fancied France trained their sights on their last-eight opponents.…

My Districts
Osmanpur Asrayan dwellers overcome economic vulnerability Osmanpur Asrayan dwellers overcome economic vulnerability

RANGPUR: Most of the 200 rehabilitated families at Osmanpur Khamarerdanga Asrayan project in Badarganj upazila of the district have become self-reliant through various income generations activities…

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Zimbabwe army vows vote neutrality Zimbabwe army vows vote neutrality

HARARE: Zimbabwe’s military vowed Wednesday to stay neutral in upcoming elections and denied it would influence nationwide voting scheduled for July 30 as the opposition said it would not contest…

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