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Int’l rackets out to steal nat’l artefacts By Other | Last Updated: 8th September, 2018, 00:00

International rackets have become active in Bangladesh to smuggle out national archaeological wealth from the country, detectives said. The gangs have engaged their local agents in stealing…

Int’l rackets out to steal nat’l artefacts

Asean MPs hail ICC jurisdiction

Regional lawmakers have welcomed the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to take cognizance of the persecution of Rohingyas by Myanmar authorities. It has long been a legal debate…


I’m working to build developed Bangladesh: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Friday that she is working to build a developed and prosperous Bangladesh. “We’ve taken Delta Plan-2100. We’re working for building a developed…


MP Dastagir feasts on land grab in Purbachal

Narayanganj lawmaker Golam Dastagir Gazi has allegedly grabbed a huge chunk of valuable land earmarked for a stadium in Purbachal housing project on the outskirts of the capital. Rupganj Upazila…

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BGB, BSF agree to bring border killing to zero BGB, BSF agree to bring 
border killing to zero

New Delhi: The border guards of Bangladesh and India at a meeting agreed to bring down casualties along the border to zero. The meeting ended in a joint resolution signed by the heads of two…

Metropolis
PM blasts Khaleda for derogatory remarks on court PM blasts Khaleda for derogatory remarks on court

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday slammed BNP chief Khaleda Zia for her ‘derogatory comment’ on court during the trial proceedings at a makeshift court inside the old Dhaka central…

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Bandarban Cantt School becomes the best Bandarban Cantt School 
becomes the best

CHATTOGRAM: Bandarban Cantonment Public School and College was adjudged as the best school in the divisional level competition of ‘Bashundhara Khata-Kaler Kantho national school debate contest-2018.’…

Editorial
Pakistan Wants to Become Bangladesh! Pakistan Wants to Become Bangladesh!

It was incorrigible Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan who immediately after the release of Bangabandhu Sk. Mujibur Rahman on January 8, 1971 appeared in a public meeting in…

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A Call for Skill Development A Call for Skill Development

Today is International Literacy Day. The theme of the Day this year is: `Literacy and Skills Development’. September 8th was proclaimed as International Literacy Day (ILD) at the 14th session…

Asia
Mattis makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan Mattis makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan

Kabul: US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met with top Afghan leaders during an unannounced visit to Kabul on Friday, adding his weight to a flurry of diplomatic efforts to bring the Taliban to the negotiating…

World
Rouhani warns against scorched earth policy in Syria’s Idlib Rouhani warns against scorched earth policy in Syria’s Idlib

Tehran: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Friday warned against a “scorched earth” policy in Idlib province, as he hosted three-way talks with Russia and Turkey to shape the future of…

Culturetainment
Happy birthday, Imdadul Haq Milon Happy birthday, Imdadul Haq Milon

Today marks the 63rd birthday of noted novelist-playwright Imdadul Haq Milon. On this day in 1955, he was born at his grandfather’s home at village Medinimondol in Bikrampur. Love…

Winner
Bangladesh a step away from SAFF semis Bangladesh a step away from SAFF semis

High flying hosts Bangladesh will meet Nepal today at 7:00pm at country’s premier sports venue Bangabandhu National Stadium in the capital, when the two teams will play their last Group A match…

My Districts
Tk 110cr uplift projects for Rajshahi edn instts Tk 110cr uplift projects 
for Rajshahi edn instts

RAJSHAHI: Infrastructure development of more than 50 schools and colleges in the city involving Taka 110 crore is going to start very soon, reports BSS. Sources concerned said entire scenario…

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US employment jumps 201,000 in August US employment jumps 201,000 in August

Washington: Pay for American workers saw its biggest bump in nearly a decade last month amid a surprise late-summer hiring spree that offered no sign jobs markets could be cooling, the government reported…

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