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Student humiliation common in schools By Other | Last Updated: 5th December, 2018, 00:00

The incident of physical and mental punishment for students is still common in schools across the country in violation of the law and the government executive order. Students’ psychological…

Student humiliation common in schools

AL ready for campaign

The ruling Awami League is well prepared for launching an electoral campaign across the country with the aim of securing victory in the 11th general election slated for December 30. As part…


BNP still in trouble

BNP is facing a dilemma in finalising a single candidate for each constituency to contest the 11th parliamentary elections. According to the party sources, it is yet to finalise seat sharing…


No voting rights for expats yet

Around one crore (10 million) Bangladeshis living aboard are still deprived of their voting rights despite amendment to the relevant law to ensure their rights. The Representation of the People…

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‘Genocide committed against Rohingyas’ ‘Genocide committed against Rohingyas’

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has said there is compelling evidence that the Myanmar military committed ethnic cleansing, crimes against humanity, and genocide against the Rohingya, the…

Elections 2018
Mega dev projects give AL extra milage in Cox’s Bazar Mega dev projects give AL extra milage in Cox’s Bazar

Ruling Awami League (AL)-led grand alliance lost three of the four constituencies under the Cox’s Bazar district in the ninth parliamentary elections held on December 29 in 2008. Of the…

Metropolis
Bangladesh lauded for digital services Bangladesh lauded for digital services

  Global experts appreciated the progress of Bangladesh at an UN conference for introducing innovative digital services to ensure good governance. They also underscored the contribution…

Editorial
Synchronisation of Minority Rights in Election Manifestos Synchronisation of Minority Rights in Election Manifestos

The election manifesto reflects what political parties intend to do if they form the government after winning the electoral battle. From this perceptive, it is an important document that could be used…

Post-logue
Intellections on the month of December 1971 Intellections on the month of December 1971

Bangladesh is a fertile alluvial plain on the delta of three main rivers, the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna. The country covers an area of 147,000 square kilometres and has a population of…

Business
British entrepreneurs urged to invest in Bangladesh British entrepreneurs urged to invest in Bangladesh

Planning Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on Tuesday urged the British private sector investors to invest in Bangladesh, especially in the country’s education, rail and power sectors. He also…

Asia
Indian pollution watchdog fines Delhi over toxic smog Indian pollution watchdog fines Delhi over toxic smog

NEW DELHI: India’s environmental watchdog has slapped New Delhi’s government with a $3.5 million fine for failing to enforce rules to reduce smog in the world’s most polluted major…

World
Trump may pull out of Putin meeting Trump may pull out of Putin meeting

Donald Trump has suggested he may cancel a planned meeting with Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in response to Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships, reports Independent.uk.com.…

Culturetainment
Oishi wins place in Miss World 2018 top-20 list Oishi wins place in Miss World 2018 top-20 list

A Bangladeshi girl named Jannatul Ferdous Oishi has been included in the list of best beauties for the 68th edition of the 'Miss World' competition, reports UNB. Hailing from Pirojpur…

Winner
Girls’ doubles event advances to final Girls’ doubles event advances to final

Bangladeshi competitors Roman Hossan, Zubad Utsho, Mahadi Hasan Alve and Shanto Bepari beat their respective opponents booked semi-final spot in the five-day long Asian Under-14 Series Tennis Competition-2018…

My Districts
Bogura growers attain financial solvency thru flower farming Bogura growers attain financial solvency thru flower farming

BOGURA: Hundreds of poor farmers have attained financially solvency producing different sort of flowers in Bogura district as they are getting both fair price and bumper production simultaneously.…

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Yemen rebels head to Sweden for key peace talks Yemen rebels head to Sweden for key peace talks

SANAA: A rebel delegation flew out of the Yemeni capital on Tuesday heading for high-stakes talks in Sweden with the government aimed at ending the country’s devastating war, reports AFP.…

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