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Remote areas in N-districts safe haven for militants By Other | Last Updated: 9th July, 2018, 00:00

Md Esaraf Hossain Remote and isolated areas in different northern districts are now safe havens for the runaway militants, detective sources said. In the face of a massive crackdown by…

Remote areas in
N-districts safe haven for militants

France clash with Belgium tomorrow in race to final

The final four of a new-look World Cup perhaps is the most improbable of football’s 21 championships. France are ready to fight for final spot against Belgium at Saint Petersburg Stadium on Tuesday…


Children being groomed to make face global competition: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said the government is taking numerous steps to build children of the country in such a way so that they can compete with others in the world in a better way,…


BRTA men linked to carjacking gangs!

A section of officials of Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) have links with carjacking gangs, law-enforcers have claimed. They said information extracted from a number of gang members…

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Banks yet to cut interest rates in face of bad loans Banks yet to cut interest rates in face of bad loans

The commercial banks are yet to lower the lending and deposit rates as they are struggling to reduce non-performing loans (NPL). Earlier in June, as per instructions from the government, the…

Metropolis
First contract on Bangabandhu satellite services signed First contract on Bangabandhu satellite services signed

An agreement was signed on Sunday between the Shipping Ministry and the operators of the Bangabandhu-1 satellite, Bangladesh Communication Satellite Company Ltd (BCSCL) in the city to avail the services…

Sun Extra
Fellows seek justice Fellows seek justice

The students of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) on Sunday formed a human chain demanding proper investigation and justice over unnatural death of their fellow student Mrittika…

Editorial
Bangladesh Loves/Loved Football, Married to Cricket Bangladesh Loves/Loved Football, Married to Cricket

The World Cup extravaganza is closing to an end. The frenzy of the supporters is also weaning especially in Bangladesh though still the semi finals and the final are yet to be played. This is because…

Business
Muhith hopes $2bn fund from ADB in FY19 Muhith hopes $2bn fund 
from ADB in FY19

Finance Minister AMA Muhith hoped that the fund released by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will be about US $2 billion in the current fiscal year as the flow of fund improved substantially in the…

Asia
Sanctions to remain on N Korea until final denuclearisation Sanctions to remain on N Korea until final denuclearisation

TOKYO: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday shrugged off North Korean accusations of “gangster-like” behaviour and said sanctions on Pyongyang would only be lifted with “final”…

World
Thousands return home after south Syria ceasefire Thousands return home after south Syria ceasefire

BEIRUT: Tens of thousands have returned to their homes in southern Syria since a ceasefire deal between regime ally Russia and rebels to end more than two weeks of deadly bombardment, a monitor said…

Culturetainment
National Film Awards-2016 conferred National Film Awards-2016 conferred

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina distributed “The National Film Awards-2016” at a gala function at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in the city Sunday, reports BSS. The…

Winner
Hazard, not Neymar takes over as tournament’s star Hazard, not Neymar takes
over as tournament’s star

When Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo were sent packing from the World Cup a week ago, the stage was set for Brazil’s Neymar to take over the role of the tournament’s true star. But…

My Districts
Call for popularising BRRI-evolved Aman rice varieties Call for popularising BRRI-evolved Aman 
rice varieties

RANGPUR: Director General (DG) of the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) Agriculturist Mohammad Mohsin has put emphasis on popularising cultivation of Aman rice varieties evolved by Bangladesh…

News link
US awaits Trump’s Supreme Court nominee US awaits Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump will announce his US Supreme Court pick today (Monday), an intensely anticipated decision likely to swing the bench rightward for years to come and which has Washington…

Scitech
‘Duplex’ to replace call centre ‘Duplex’ to replace call centre

Google showcased a communication technology based on artificial intelligence in its developer’s conference this year. The technology was intended to make its users’ lives much easier…

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