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War on graft soon By Other | Last Updated: 9th January, 2019, 00:00

The newly formed Awami League-led government is going to launch a massive drive against corruption soon as per the pledges the party made in its electoral manifesto. The Awami League in its…

War on graft soon

Garment workers continue protests

Ready-made garment workers continued street protests for a third consecutive day in Dhaka on Tuesday, demanding a change in the new wage structure. The protesters clashed with police during…


Will keep eye on activities of new ministers: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Tuesday that she will monitor the activities of the newly-appointed ministers. “I must monitor the activities of the ministers,” she said while…


Dhupkhola Math turns into parking lot

Local influential persons have grabbed a large portion of Dhupkhola Math in Gendaria, depriving children of sporting entertainment. The sprawling open space  has been turned into a parking…

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BRTC staffers go on strike over unpaid salary BRTC staffers go on strike over unpaid salary

Transport workers under non-revenue budget at Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) did not get salaries for the last five to nine months. Aggravated by the non-payment of salaries, the…

Metropolis
‘Syed Ashraf was an undisputed leader’ ‘Syed Ashraf was an undisputed leader’

Speakers on Tuesday said former Awami League general secretary and public administration minister Syed Ashraful Islam was an undisputed leader in the political arena of the country. They also…

Biz Capital
Zero discharge plan for Ctg industries Zero discharge plan
for Ctg industries

Department of Environment (DoE) has taken an initiative to bring all industries, which discharge liquid wastage through ‘Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP),’ under ‘zero discharge plan’…

Editorial
Democracy and Good Governance Are Interconnected Democracy and Good Governance Are Interconnected

One of the basic tenets of creating Bangladesh in 1971 from the arrant clasped Pakistani swayers is to ground democracy and good governance in the country. Bangladesh should make excogitation of its…

Post-logue
Syndication Is Also Possible in Good Deeds Syndication Is Also Possible in Good Deeds

Literally syndication means a group of individuals or organisations combined or making a joint effort to undertake some specific duty or carry out specific transactions or negotiations. In today’s…

Business
Financial sector not so bad: Kamal Financial sector not 
so bad: Kamal

The newly-appointed Finance Minster AHM Mustafa Kamal has ruled out the statement that the country’s financial sector is in a vulnerable situation.   “Our economy is in…

Asia
Kim visits China ahead of expected Trump summit Kim visits China ahead of expected Trump summit

BEIJING: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived Tuesday on an unannounced visit to Beijing for talks with President Xi Jinping, as preparations ramp up for an expected second summit with Donald Trump,…

World
‘No Brexit delay’ ‘No Brexit delay’

BRUSSELS: Britain will not delay Brexit, a minister insisted Tuesday, despite growing reports that London is seeking an extension to allow more time to get fractious lawmakers to approve a divorce…

Culturetainment
Actor Mahmud Sajjad proud of his brother Actor Mahmud Sajjad proud of his brother

After the 11th national election was held, the formation of new cabinet was eagerly anticipated by many. As the new cabinet was declared on January 6 last, it brought joy to the family of KM…

Winner
Rangpur pummel Comilla with ‘Mash-Bash’ Rangpur pummel Comilla with ‘Mash-Bash’

The defending champions of Bangladesh Premier League Rangpur Riders completely obliterated Comilla Victorians to earn their second win of the tournament in style by 9 wickets at Sher-e-Bangla National…

My Districts
Sale of warm clothes rises in Joypurhat Sale of warm clothes 
rises in Joypurhat

JOYPURHAT: Cold wave affected people from all five upazilas of the district are purchasing new and old clothes from footpath and sophisticated markets as bone chilling makes paralyses normal life from…

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German, 20, confesses to massive data hack spurred by ‘annoyance’ German, 20, confesses to massive data hack spurred by ‘annoyance’

BERLIN: German authorities on Tuesday said a 20-year-old hacker had confessed to stealing and leaking private data from hundreds of politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, because he was “annoyed”…

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