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Cancer hospital lacks treatment capacity By Other | Last Updated: 12th September, 2018, 00:00

Many cancer patients requiring urgent operations have to return home without treatment from the country’s lone specialised hospital for treating the deadly disease every day due to inadequate…

Cancer hospital lacks treatment capacity

Pedestrians reluctant to use footbridges

Mindless of the risk of fatal accidents, pedestrians often cross busy roads in the capital without using footbridges and zebra crossings, not giving a damn about traffic rules. Though jaywalking…


Abul Khair Group faces lawsuit

Abul Khair Group is facing legal action for violating the food safety rules by running false and misleading advertisements and promotional activities to market its Marks Diabetic Milk products.…


River erosion plays havoc in Naria

Erosion by the Padma river has devoured over 4,500 houses and many establishments in Naria upazila under Shariatpur over the last few months, rendering thousands of people homeless. The affected…

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Fresh bid for offshore blocks likely in Nov Fresh bid for offshore 
blocks likely in Nov

The government is contemplating to invite fresh bidding round for the country’s land and sea blocks in November, a top official said. The last bid round happened in 2012 for exploring…

Metropolis
Ensure accountability of universities Ensure accountability 
of universities

President Abdul Hamid asked the University Grants Commission (UGC) to play an active role to ensure the accountability of all the universities as well as the quality of education, reports UNB.…

Biz Capital
Outer Ring Road in Ctg to open to traffic by Dec Outer Ring Road in Ctg to  open to traffic by Dec

Chattogram Development Authority (CDA) is going to open the under-construction ‘Chattogram City Outer Ring Road’, first of its kind, for traffic movement by December this year to ease gridlock…

Editorial
Recent Debate over Electronic Voting Machines Recent Debate over Electronic Voting Machines

The whole nation has started to think over the issue of the next general election to be held in late December 2018. There are lots of conjectures among the countrymen about the possibility of an inclusive…

Business
Export earnings on negative trajectory Export earnings on
 negative trajectory

The country’s export earnings went on the negative trajectory in the second month of the current fiscal year. Earnings from overseas sale of Bangladeshi products and services posted an…

Post-logue
Statelessness of the Rohingya Community – A Legacy of the British Colonial Policy Statelessness of the Rohingya Community –
A Legacy of the British Colonial Policy

The Rohingya are the inhabitants of Rakhine state (historically known as Arakan) in Myanmar. Arakan emerged as a Kingdom with the military and diplomatic assistance of Bengal Sultanate in the year…

Asia
ICC ‘undeterred’ after US sanctions threat ICC ‘undeterred’ after US sanctions threat

THE HAGUE: The International Criminal Court on Tuesday said its work would continue “undeterred” after Washington threatened to prosecute its officials if Americans are charged with war…

World
Russia launches biggest ever war games Russia launches biggest ever war games

CHITA: Russia on Tuesday launched what it has called its largest ever military drills, with hundreds of thousands of Russian troops taking part along with Chinese soldiers in a massive show of force…

Culturetainment
Debolina fascinates audience at National Museum Debolina fascinates audience at National Museum

Singer Debolina Sur fascinated the audience with her performance at a musical program at the Begum Sufia Kamal auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum in the city on Monday. Styled ‘a…

Winner
Tamim’s visa saga continues Tamim’s visa saga continues

Bangladesh National Cricket Team reached United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their upcoming Asia Cup campaign but Tigers’ dashing opener Tamim Iqbal is yet to receive the visa Dubai. Paceman…

My Districts
Native fruits under threat of extinction in Narsingdi Native fruits under threat 
of extinction in Narsingdi

NARSINGDI: Various kinds of native fruits are gradually disappearing in the district due to adverse impact of climate change, use of agro-chemicals and lack of a proper planning on production and marketing…

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Trump received Kim Jong Un letter seeking 2nd meet Trump received Kim Jong Un letter seeking 2nd meet

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has received a “very positive” letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un seeking a follow-up meeting after their historic summit in Singapore, the…

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