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102 Cox’s Bazar yaba dealers surrender By Other | Last Updated: 17th February, 2019, 00:00

COX’S BAZAR:  Over a hundred yaba dealers and their godfathers surrendered to police on Saturday, seeking their return to normal life. The surrender took place at Teknaf Pilot High…

102 Cox’s Bazar yaba dealers surrender

War on drugs intensifies

Law enforcers have intensified on ongoing crackdown on drug dealers in the country following the surrender of over 100 yaba smugglers in Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar on Saturday. “We’re…


Gas crisis cripples life in capital

A sudden disruption in gas supply has caused huge sufferings to both household and commercial consumers in the capital and its adjacent areas since Saturday morning. Most parts of Dhaka were…


Devotees pray for peace, prosperity

The first phase of Biswa Ijtema ended with akheri munajat on the Turag riverbank at Tongi in Gazipur on Saturday. Maulana Jubair Hassan’s followers took part in the first phase of the…

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All-party meet reach consensus on military option in Kashmir All-party meet reach consensus on military option in Kashmir

New Delhi: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his country will avenge the killing of 44 soldiers in a militant attack in Kashmir soon. He made the statement while addressing a public meeting…

Metropolis
Mannan warns against ‘digital corruption’ Mannan warns against ‘digital corruption’

Everyone should remain vigilant about “digital corruption”, as corrupt people have now become skilled in using technology, Planning Minister MA Mannan said on Saturday. “All…

Editorial
Chase Is Not a Dog but My Only Son Chase Is Not a Dog but My Only Son

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her cabinet deserve special thanks for showing that they were not only politicians interested in worldly matters, but also have a special corner for love. This love…

Opinion
Rohingya influx into Bangladesh: A growing concern for local people Rohingya influx into Bangladesh: A growing
concern for local people

Bangladesh is a Muslim majority nation but being a secular country, it is a land of communal harmony. Here people of all religions live in peaceful co-existence which is undoubtedly a significant matter…

Business
Surplus potato will be exported: Tipu Surplus potato will be exported: Tipu

The government plans to export surplus potatoes produced in the country after meeting domestic demands as the excess production is creating havoc due to a glut in the market. “The government…

Asia
Pakistan backs suicide bombers in Iran Pakistan backs 
suicide bombers in Iran

TEHRAN: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards accused “Pakistan’s security forces” of supporting the perpetrators of a suicide bombing that killed 27 troops on Wednesday, in remarks state…

World
Trump’s border wall ‘emergency’ faces tough legal hurdles Trump’s border wall ‘emergency’ faces tough legal hurdles

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump’s declaration of an emergency Friday to build a border wall immediately drew legal challenges that could easily escalate into a landmark test of the balance…

Culturetainment
2nd Bangladesh Film Fest underway in Kolkata 2nd Bangladesh Film Fest underway in Kolkata

The four-day 2nd Bangladesh Film Festival is underway in Kolkata. The inauguration ceremony of the festival was held at the Gallery 2 of Nandan Cinema Hall in Kolkata on Friday. Information…

Winner
Kiwis clinch ODI series Kiwis clinch ODI series

Martin Guptill’s second successive ton helped New Zealand clinch the three-match series against Bangladesh as they defeated the tourists by 8 wickets at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Sunday.…

My Districts
Govt committed to revitalising silk sector Govt committed to revitalising silk sector

RAJSHAHI: The present government is pledged bound to revitalise the silk sector after the best uses of the existing potentialities through boosting local yarn. Various time-fitting measures…

Campus
Students showcase science projects at JU Students showcase science projects at JU

Tomorrow’s tool, today’s imagination’ is a catchphrase in the arena of science. The utmost development of science made our life much smoother than before. Basically, these are nothing…

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Dying days of caliphate in Syria as IS fighters trapped Dying days of caliphate in Syria as IS fighters trapped

BAGHOUZ: Jihadist fighters defending the last dreg of the Islamic State group’s “caliphate” Saturday were holed up in half a square kilometre of a village in eastern Syria, reports…

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