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Dissolve parliament, form neutral govt By Other | Last Updated: 7th November, 2018, 00:00

Jatiya Oikya Front leaders have called upon the Awami League-led government to dissolve parliament and form a neutral government to make the next national election participatory. They made the…

Dissolve parliament, form neutral govt

12 Islamic parties extend support to PM

Twelve Islamic parties on Tuesday extended their support to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for holding the next national election as per the constitution. They expressed their support during talks…


SC to hear review petition

The Supreme Court has decided to hear a review petition filed by Bangladesh Bank against its earlier order to refund different businessmen and corporate houses the money extorted by the last caretaker…


Zafrullah plots to create anarchy

Gonoshasthaya Kendra founder Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury has allegedly conspired to create anarchy by using the students of Gono Bishwabidyalay. Intelligence sources said they knew about the conspiracy…

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Exports soar 18pc to $13.65b in Q1 Exports soar 18pc to $13.65b in Q1

The country’s exports earnings in July-October of the current fiscal year saw a sharp rise by 18.65per cent to $13.65 billion, riding on the exports of knitwear, woven garments, home textiles,…

Metropolis
Ensure nutrition security for all: Experts Ensure nutrition security for all: Experts

Bangladesh has opportunities to address the challenges of nutrition security though the country has made significant strides in food security, said experts. It is also needed to develop a long-term…

Biz Capital
Slow pace in development works on Arakan Road Slow pace in development works on Arakan Road

Commuters, residents and businesses have been suffering immensely as one side of the busy ‘Arakan Road, one of the main roads for reaching the city from the South and North Chattogram, remained…

Editorial
Rule of Law and the Context of Bangladesh Rule of Law and the Context of Bangladesh

History The doctrine of rule of law has its origin in England and it is one of the fundamental characteristics of the British constitutional system. It lays down that the law…

Post-logue
Gains and Pains of Political Dialogue Gains and Pains of Political Dialogue

The attention of the whole nation remained concentrated on the 1st of November as the first dialogue took place between the 14 party alliance headed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Jatiya Oikya…

Business
NBFIs need access to govt fund NBFIs need access to govt fund

Non Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs) have emerged as an important segment of financial system in Bangladesh. They provide diversified financial services mostly long-term in nature to cater the demands…

Asia
US, China to hold top-level security talks Nov 9 US, China to hold top-level security talks Nov 9

WASHINGTON: The United States and China will hold top-level security talks on Friday, the State Department announced, in a sign of easing tensions after months of escalation over trade and regional…

World
Macron urges European army to defend itself against Russia, US Macron urges European army to defend itself against Russia, US

PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron called Tuesday for a “real European army” as the continent marks a century since the divisions of World War I, to better defend itself against Russia…

Culturetainment
In conversation with Bonna Mirza In conversation with Bonna Mirza

You are passing very busy time acting in film and stage drama. Tell me about your current works. Currently, I am working in a film titled “Omar Fruker Ma”, directed by Zahidur Rahman…

Winner
Tigers crushed Tigers crushed

Bangladesh National Cricket Team were forced to a humiliating defeat against Zimbabwe as Tigers slumped to a 151-run defeat in the first Test at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium in Sylhet on Tuesday…

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China rights record in spotlight at UN review China rights record in spotlight at UN review

GENEVA: China’s mass detainment of ethnic Uighurs and its crackdown on civil liberties will likely figure high on the agenda Tuesday when countries meet at the UN in Geneva to review Beijing’s…

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