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BCL leading DUCSU polls By Other | Last Updated: 12th March, 2019, 00:00

Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) was taking the lead in the Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) and hall union elections held on Monday amid allegations of irregularities. Twenty-seven…

BCL leading DUCSU polls

JCD, others boycott polls

All electoral panels except that of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) boycotted the Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) polls held on Monday alleging vote rigging. The boycotting…


Demand for re-election absurd: BCL

Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) president Rezwanul Hoque Chowdhury Shovon on Monday termed the demand for re-election in the DUCSU and 18 hall unions ‘ridiculous.’ He said, ‘The…


Dhaka-Delhi ties a role model for all

Bangladesh and India on Monday launched four projects terming them another step forward in the bilateral ties which have become a role model for the rest of the world. The projects involve the…

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Blame game on, none to take responsibility Blame game on, none to take responsibility

One year into the US-Bangla plane crash in Kathmandu, lots of questions around the horrific crash remain unanswered as the airline authorities, aviation experts and relatives of the victims are not…

Metropolis
ICC sees no bar to investigation ICC sees no bar to investigation

The Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court (ICC) does not see any barrier in carrying out “preliminary examination” and subsequent investigation into alleged atrocities…

Sun Extra
‘Mom-Preneure’ starts journey ‘Mom-Preneure’ starts journey

To empower the kid’s mothers, “Mom-Preneur: Mother will be Self-Reliant”, a special initiative of Daffodil International School and Daffodil International University, was launched…

Editorial
Recognition for Freeing Women from Oppression Recognition for Freeing Women from Oppression

Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has been accorded the prestigious award on the premises of City Cube-ITB in Berlin on March 7 on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Sheikh Hasina…

Business
Stop move on gas tariff hike Stop move on gas 
tariff hike

Experts and consumer right groups on Monday opposed the proposals placed by different energy entities to increase the gas tariff once again and urged the energy regulator to scrap the hearing on it.…

Tours & Travels
Rivers, water bodies and tourism sector Rivers, water bodies and 
tourism sector

The 19th century Bengali great poet and dramatist Michael Madhusudan Datta correlated rivers with mother (poem- Kopotakhha Nod). Our national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam most often termed rivers as his…

Asia
N Korea ‘missile launch’ plans under scrutiny N Korea ‘missile launch’ plans under scrutiny

SEOUL: South Korea’s military said Monday it was closely monitoring North Korean facilities after a series of satellite images triggered international alarm that Pyongyang might be preparing…

World
Trump to seek another $8.6b for border wall Trump to seek another $8.6b for border wall

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump is seeking $8.6 billion in fresh funding for a wall on the US-Mexico border, likely triggering another fight with Congress, reports AFP.      …

Culturetainment
Mustafa Monwar named for Sultan Padak 2018 Mustafa Monwar named for Sultan Padak 2018

Prominent artist of the country Mustafa Monwar will receive ‘Sultan Padak’ this year. The award giving ceremony will be held today at the concluding day of the ongoing Sultan Mela which…

Winner
Bangladesh stare another Test defeat Bangladesh stare another Test defeat

Bangladesh stare another Test defeat against New Zealand as the hosts are comfortably placed to pull off an exceptional victory in the rain-shortened second Test in Wellington on Monday. Ross…

My Districts
Padma bank turns into tourist spot Padma bank turns 
into tourist spot

RAJSHAHI: Padma River bank adjacent to the Sahed Bazar area of the city has turned into an attractive tourist and recreational spot for people after implementation of a beautification project by Rajshahi…

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Brexit talks now between UK govt, MPs: Barnier Brexit talks now between UK govt, MPs: Barnier

BRUSSELS: The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier on Monday told AFP negotiations to break a deadlock are now between British Prime Minister Theresa May and members of her parliament,…

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