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Oikya Front’s move questionable: PM By Other | Last Updated: 4th November, 2018, 00:00

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday raised a question about the motive for Jatiya Oikya Front’s announcement of continuing movement despite talks with the ruling Awami League-led alliance.…

Oikya Front’s move questionable: PM

EU threatens to slap trade sanctions on Myanmar

The European Union (EU) has threatened to impose trade sanctions on Myanmar if it fails to address the concerns of the international community, reports UNB. “The EU stands ready to provide…


Announce poll schedule after dialogue ends

The Jatiya Oikya Front has urged the Election Commission not to announce a schedule for the next general election until the ongoing dialogue between political parties concludes. The newly-forged…


Bangladesh emerge unbeaten champions

Bangladesh Under-15 National Football Team clinched the title of the SAFF Under-15 Championship 2018 by demolishing Pakistan in the final by 3-2 goals in Kathmandu, Nepal on Saturday. The young…

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2,648 school teachers yet to get time scale benefits 2,648 school teachers yet to get time scale benefits

A total of 2,648 teachers of government secondary schools across the country are being deprived of benefits of time scale and selection grade for the last six years. According to the deprived…

Metropolis
Dhaka to get Dutch aid Dhaka to get Dutch aid

The Netherlands has assured to extend knowledge and capacity building support to Bangladesh in attaining nutrition sufficiency, according to the Bangladesh mission in The Hague. This was conveyed…

Editorial
National Election, Dialogue and New Polarisation National Election, Dialogue and New Polarisation

Election is a gala occasion that offers the electorate of a country to choose their leaders to run the country as their representatives. It makes up the nucleus of any genuine democratic…

Opinion
Employment through e-recruitment Employment through e-recruitment

As internet subscribers in the country grows, job finding opportunity for the estimated 4.4 million unemployed youths in Bangladesh through online e-recruitment facilitating systems like local organisation’s…

Business
Local brands now dominate footwear market Local brands now dominate footwear market

A decade ago, wearing foreign shoes was very common in Dhaka. But the trend is now being changed by locally made branded shoes, thanks to the local manufacturer for their outshining performance.…

Asia
Asia’s lawyer leaves Pakistan citing threats to life Asia’s lawyer leaves Pakistan citing threats to life

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani lawyer who saved a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy from the gallows left the country on Saturday, saying his life was under threat, reports AFP.…

World
Trump has ‘disgraced’ US prestige: Khamenei Trump has ‘disgraced’ US prestige: Khamenei

TEHRAN: Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Saturday that President Donald Trump has “disgraced” US prestige and would be the ultimate loser from renewing sanctions…

Culturetainment
Mridula to debut with ‘Ektu Prem Darkar’ Mridula to debut with ‘Ektu Prem Darkar’

Mridula, a promising actress of the country’s filmdom, is going to make her silver screen debut with Shahin Sumon’s upcoming film ‘Ektu Prem Darkar’. Mridula has started…

Winner
Sheikh Jamal hold Bashundhara Kings Sheikh Jamal hold Bashundhara Kings

Bashundhara Kings indomitable journey to Federation Cup trophy suffered a minor blow as they were forced to a draw by Lt Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club Ltd in their group stage match of Federation Cup…

My Districts
Call for helping children flourish their latent talents Call for helping children flourish their latent talents

RANGPUR: Cultural personalities at a function here have stressed flourishing multi-dimensional latent talents of children to make them enlightened citizens for leading the nation toward peace and prosperity.…

Campus
University Rankings University Rankings

Bangladesh witnessed a fabulous growth in higher educational institutions in just two decades. There were only seven public universities in late seventies at the time of independence. Now there are…

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Two drug traders killed in M’singh ‘gunfights’ Two drug traders killed in M’singh

‘gunfights’

Mymensingh: Two suspected drug traders were killed in reported gunfights in Sadar and Muktagachha upazilas early Saturday, reports UNB. In Muktagachha upazila, ‘drug trader’ Abdullah…

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