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Massive hunt launched for int’l drug traffickers By Other | Last Updated: 2nd February, 2019, 00:00

In the wake of the arrest of several Bangladeshis in Sri Lanka for their suspected involvement in drug trafficking in the South Asian country, law enforcement agencies have launched a massive hunt…

Massive hunt launched 
for int’l drug traffickers

Let new generation know real history: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday called upon all to make the new generation aware of the ‘real history’ of the nation. “Our new generation should be known the real history…


Myanmar using ‘abusive laws’ to punish critics

The government of Myanmar under Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi is using repressive laws to prosecute peaceful critics, dashing hopes that its first democratic leader in decades would safeguard free…


BB files case against Philippines’ RCBC

Bangladesh Bank (BB) has filed a case with a New York court against Philippines’ Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) over the cyber heist of its reserves in which $81 million was stolen…

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Alternative investment policy for start-ups soon Alternative investment policy for start-ups soon

Bangladesh Bank is developing a guideline on alternative investment to facilitate long-term financing support to the startup ventures. The alternative investment is a new financial concept covering…

Metropolis
Oikya Front leaders can openly discuss issues at tea party Oikya Front leaders can openly discuss issues at tea party

Awami League (AL) general secretary Obaidul Quader on Friday said many things can be discussed while taking tea as politicians used to talk about politics. So, BNP’s representatives can talk…

Sun Extra
US cracks Chinese ‘birth tourism’ schemes US cracks Chinese ‘birth
tourism’ schemes

LOS ANGELES: US prosecutors announced Thursday they had dismantled three secret “birth tourism” networks that illegally offer Chinese expectant mothers the chance to give birth in California…

Editorial
How Far Can Sheikh Hasina Go? How Far 
Can Sheikh 
Hasina Go?

Now that the 11th parliament election is over and Bangladesh Awami League taking the absolute control of the parliament and Sheikh Hasina being sworn fourth time as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh,…

Post-logue
Quality Cereal Seed for Ensuring Food Security Quality Cereal Seed for 
Ensuring Food Security

The quality seed is considered as an important factor for increasing crop yield. It helps greatly in higher production per unit area to attain food security. Among the cereal crops, rice is the staple…

Asia
US seeks full account of N Korea weapons US seeks full account of
N Korea weapons

WASHINGTON: A US negotiator called Thursday on North Korea to provide a detailed account of its weapons to seal a peace deal, saying President Donald Trump was ready to offer a future that includes…

World
Wall talks with lawmakers a ‘waste of time’: Trump Wall talks with lawmakers a ‘waste of time’: Trump

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump said talks with lawmakers on building his proposed Mexico border wall are pointless and suggested he will declare a national emergency to get it done, reports…

Culturetainment
Achol’s new project ‘Priojon Proyojon’ Achol’s new project ‘Priojon Proyojon’

Dhallywood film actress Achol Akhe is going to star in a new film titled “Priojon Proyojon’. The film, which will be produced by Raj Mustimedia, will cast Achol in the lead role.…

Winner
Comilla Victorians claim top-spot Comilla Victorians claim top-spot

Comilla Victorians went atop the points table, clinching a cliffhanger against Dhaka Dynamites 1 run as their bowlers held the never under immense pressure to materialise what can be considered the…

My Districts
Low cabbage price frustrates Joypurhat farmers Low cabbage 
price frustrates Joypurhat farmers

JOYPURHAT: During the time previous year, the cabbage growers in Joypurhat district were very much disheartens for acute low market price but they are seen happy over fair market price this season.…

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Brazil dam collapse raises fears of environmental woes Brazil dam collapse raises fears of environmental woes

RIO DE JANEIRO: A week after a dam storing mining waste collapsed in southeast Brazil, the human cost is clear, with 110 killed and 238 missing, presumed dead, but the environmental impact is still…

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