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Unfit vehicles still rule streets By Other | Last Updated: 3rd February, 2019, 00:00

Despite the government’s road safety initiatives, a large number of unfit and worn-out buses, minibuses and other vehicles are still plying the capital streets, posing threat to the safety of…

Unfit vehicles still rule streets

Hasina exchanges pleasantries with political leaders

Leaders of all the political parties except for the BNP-dominated Jatiya Oikya Front attended Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s tea party at Ganabhaban on Saturday. Sheikh Hasina, also the…


Rangpur top BPL points table

Defending champions Rangpur Riders showed yet another stunning performance to top Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) points table as they crushed Comilla Victorians by 9 wickets at Sher-e-Bangla National…


Wrong question sets distributed in 7 Ctg centres

CHATTOGRAM: Wrong sets of questions were distributed among some SSC examinees in seven centres of the district on the first day of the examinations held under Chattogram education board on Saturday.…

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BNP maintains strategic distance with Jamaat BNP maintains strategic distance with Jamaat

Despite pressure from inside and outside the party to cut ties with its key ally Jamaat-e-Islami, BNP is ‘maintaining a strategic distance’ with the Islamist party, BNP insiders said.…

Metropolis
There is none more influential than govt: Land minister There is none more influential than govt: Land minister

CHATTOGRAM: Land Minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury Jabed said the river Karnaphuli will be freed from encroachment following the court order. “I don’t understand anything influential…

Editorial
Indian Election: No Worries for Bangladesh! Indian Election: No Worries for Bangladesh!

The upcoming April-May staggered Indian elections would be possibly one of the most interesting things for this rising world power as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his main rival Rahul Gandhi tour…

Opinion
Export diversification for higher earnings Export diversification for higher earnings

Warren Buffet, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, investor in Wal-Mart and whose current net worth is more than $60 billion, one of the richest men in the world gives six tips to living a successful life.…

Business
Piped Indian diesel to fuel power plant in Syedpur Piped Indian diesel to fuel power plant in Syedpur

As part of the long-term power generation plan, the government will construct a 150 megawatts single cycle power plant at Syedpur in Nilphamari that will run on diesel to be imported from India through…

Asia
Guaido extends olive branch to China Guaido extends olive branch to China

BEIJING: Venezuela’s self-proclaimed president Juan Guaido has promised China he will honour bilateral agreements and said he was ready to start a dialogue with Beijing “as soon as possible”,…

World
Russia suspends nuclear missile treaty after US move Russia suspends nuclear missile treaty after US move

MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said Russia was suspending its participation in a key Cold War-era missile treaty in a mirror response to a US move the day before, reports AFP. Moscow…

Culturetainment
Debi coming to Bioscope! Debi coming to Bioscope!

  The much-talked-about film ‘Debi’, which has already earned wide appreciations from the audience both at home and abroad since its release, will be available in the online…

Winner
Liton, Imrul earn national contract Liton, Imrul earn national contract

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) increased the number of players under central contract from 10 to 12 for 2019. Imrul Kayes earned a place in the central contract after losing out in the previous…

My Districts
Call for tech-based food management Call for tech-based 
food management

RANGPUR: Officials and experts at a post-rally discussion on Saturday stressed on launching of modern technology-based food management system along with enhancing social awareness to ensure safer food…

Campus
Positive and negative effects of electronic gadgets to students Positive and negative effects of 
electronic gadgets to students

It is absolutely true that, nowadays, technology has been an integral part of our daily lives. People all around the globe rely on gadgets for innumerable necessary reasons, such as communication,…

News link
Pro-Brexit campaign fined for data breach Pro-Brexit campaign fined for data breach

LONDON: A British media watchdog on Friday fined a top pro-Brexit campaign and an insurance company headed by its donor for violating data protection rules, reports AFP. The Information Commissioner’s…

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