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Children not safe ! By Other | Last Updated: 10th February, 2019, 00:00

Children continue to fall victim to different forms of violence across the country though the government has enacted tough laws and taken various measures for their protection. In most of the…

Children not safe !

Commuters suffocate

Garbage tanks kept on different roads in the capital are causing immense sufferings for the city dwellers as they contributing to traffic congestion and spreading foul smell. Many city-dwellers…


Dhaka seeks safe zone for Rohingyas in Rakhine

NEW DELHI: Bangladesh has sought regional cooperation in setting up a safe zone for the Rohingya community in Rakhine state of Myanmar. “We want a safe zone for Rohingya people in Rakhine…


Hasina won people’s heart

The Awami League of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had a thumping victory in the last general election as the people recognised how their life had changed for the better over the past 10 years. The contribution…

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DITF fetches Tk 200cr export orders DITF fetches Tk 200cr export orders

Curtain fell on the month-long 24th Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF) on Saturday with roping in more than 50 lakh visitors and bagging export orders worth Tk 200 crore. Commerce Minister…

Metropolis
Election to UZ vice-chairman won't be in party line: Quader Election to UZ vice-chairman won't be in party line: Quader

Awami League (AL) General Secretary Obaidul Quader said that their party will not nominate candidates for upazila vice-chairmanship election, as it will remain open for all. “Anyone can…

Editorial
Teesta Deal a Must to Showcase Dhaka-Delhi Ties Teesta Deal a Must to Showcase Dhaka-Delhi Ties

Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has just returned home from New Delhi after a courtesy call with the leaders of India as his first overseas trip since taking charge to give Dhaka’s importance…

Opinion
Food safety through law enforcement and awareness Food safety through law enforcement and awareness

Food, clothing, housing, medical, education, etc. are the basic rights of an independent state citizen. If you want to improve a country correctly, firstly the people of the country should be provided…

Business
Flower farming gains ground in Savar Flower farming gains 
ground in Savar

Every courtyard in Birulia union of Savar is wearing a colourful look with millions of red roses in full blossom. The fertile land in the area is particularly suitable for rose farming--- making…

Asia
Hard work still needed before Kim-Trump summit Hard work still needed before Kim-Trump summit

SEOUL: There was still some hard work to be done ahead of the upcoming summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a Washington envoy said Saturday after three days…

World
Maduro vows to block ‘fake’ aid ‘spectacle’ Maduro vows to block ‘fake’ aid ‘spectacle’

CARACAS: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro vowed Friday not to let in “fake” aid from the United States requested by opposition leader Juan Guaido that is being stockpiled at the border…

Culturetainment
‘Brihospoti Tunge’ to be aired from today ‘Brihospoti Tunge’ to be aired from today

Popular actor of the small screen Mosharraf Karim starrer new drama serial ‘Brihospoti Tunge’ will be aired on Channel i from today.     Directed by Raihan Khan,…

Winner
Tamim satisfied with execution of plans Tamim satisfied with execution of plans

Comilla Victorians opener Tamim Iqbal was satisfied with his maiden T20 ton in Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) as he could execute his plan to perfection. Tamim Iqbal struck a majestic unbeaten…

My Districts
Academics for more research on planning, architecture Academics for more research on planning, architecture

RAJSHAHI: Academics and researchers observed that there is a need of more research on the working fields of planning, architecture and civil engineering for ensuring quality in infrastructural development.…

Campus
Spreading light of education in coastal areas Spreading light of 
education in coastal areas

Statistical evidence shows that millions of children all over the world miss out their childhood due to extreme poverty. Bangladesh has been making steady progress in a number of social indices including…

News link
China denies ‘ridiculous’ spying allegations by Lithuania China denies ‘ridiculous’ spying allegations by Lithuania

VILNIUS: China on Friday denied what it termed “ridiculous” allegations of spying levelled by Lithuania as the Baltic eurozone state joined other western nations in expressing concerns…

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