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AL, JP to fight unitedly if BNP joins polls By Other | Last Updated: 6th November, 2018, 00:00

The ruling Awami League-led 14-party alliance and the Jatiya Party-led United National Alliance have reached a consensus on joining the next parliamentary polls under the Grand Alliance. “If…

AL, JP to fight unitedly if BNP joins polls

Railway safe route for criminals

Railway has become a safe route for criminals to transport illegal arms, drugs, gold and other items across the country due to lack of proper security check. Transport of illegal items such…


Dhaka, Ctg hit by gas crisis

Acute shortage of gas supply has been disrupting  life in different parts of the country as Petrobangla suspended the supply of imported LNG on Saturday due to a major leak in an underwater pipeline. …


AL to work together for further dev

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Monday that her party Awami League wants to work together for keeping the pace of the development march in the country. “Jatiya Party was a partner…

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CNG hijacking rampant in city CNG hijacking
rampant in city

An organised gang of hijackers are reigning supreme in the city streets to hijack auto-rickshaws and other vehicles, triggering concern among drivers and passengers. Detective sources said about…

Metropolis
Groom children with spirit of patriotism: President Groom children with spirit
of patriotism: President

President Abdul Hamid on Monday stressed the importance of instilling patriotism in children and youths alongside moral and practical education, reports UNB. “Though we’re the role…

Sun Extra
Trust for community clinics formed Trust for community clinics formed

For the smooth running of 13,861 community clinics across the country, the government has formed a 15-member trustee board headed by former health advisor Prof Dr Syed Mudasseer Ali, official sources…

Editorial
When will Bangladesh become business-friendly? When will Bangladesh become business-friendly?

Bangladesh now stands at the 176th rank (out of 190 countries) in the World Bank Doing Business 2019 survey, with a low ranking for electricity access at 179th and the lowest ranking for enforcing…

Business
Bangladesh goods likely to get duty-free access to EAEU Bangladesh goods likely to get duty-free access to EAEU

Bangladeshi products are likely to get duty-free access to the five member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). Dhaka received such indication at the recently held maiden meeting…

Tours & Travels
BTB drawing up Tourism Master Plan BTB drawing up Tourism Master Plan

Bangladesh Tourism Board (BTB) has undertaken an initiative to draw up the much-awaited Tourism Master Plan for the country and is in the final stage of the appointment of a consultant. Md Jahangir…

Asia
Imran under fire for deal with hardliners Imran under fire for deal with hardliners

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will return home to a deepening political crisis Monday, with pressure mounting over a deal struck with Islamists hardliners that analysts say has eroded…

World
Iran will ‘proudly bypass’ US sanctions: Rouhani Iran will ‘proudly bypass’ US sanctions: Rouhani

TEHRAN: Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said the Islamic republic “will proudly bypass sanctions” by the United States that took effect on Monday targeting the country’s oil…

Culturetainment
Bhupen Hazarika remembered on his 7th death anniversary Bhupen Hazarika remembered on his 7th death anniversary

Legendary Indian singer Bhupen Hazarika was remembered on his 7th death anniversary on Monday. Different socio-cultural organisations held elaborate programmes in India as well as in Bangladesh to…

Winner
Sk Russel bag top-spot thrashing Abahani Sk Russel bag top-spot thrashing Abahani

Sports Correspondent Sheikh Russel Krira Chakra outplayed Dhaka Abahani Ltd in their Federation Cup Group C encounter by 1-0 goal at Bangabandhu National Stadium in the capital on Monday.…

My Districts
Ginger cultivation makes solvent hundreds of poor farmers in Bogura Ginger cultivation makes solvent hundreds of poor farmers in Bogura

BOGURA: The farmers of Bogura district are growing ginger in commercial basis as its cultivation has brought financial solvency among hundreds poor farmers from last few years. The farmers of…

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UK, Irish leaders discuss compromise on Brexit backstop UK, Irish leaders discuss compromise on Brexit backstop

DUBLIN: The British and Irish leaders on Monday discussed a possible compromise on the fraught issue of the Northern Irish border, which is holding up Brexit talks, Dublin said, reports AFP. In…

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