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Mobile banking frauds continue By Other | Last Updated: 14th March, 2019, 00:00

Mobile banking frauds are going on unabated as fraudsters are blending old tactics with new technologies to steal money from cell phone-based banking accounts. Taking advantage of the widespread…

Mobile banking frauds continue

Al Jazeera and Bangladesh: Thoughts on a Talk Show

Recently most of us have seen Al Jazeera English hosting Mr. Gowhar Rizvi, our Foreign Affairs Advisor to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. I repeatedly saw the programme called “Head to Head”…


Ultimatum for fresh DUCSU polls

Five student panels, agitating against alleged irregularities in the DUCSU elections, on Wednesday issued a three-day ultimatum to the Dhaka University authorities to announce a fresh schedule for…


Funds from levy on mobile calls can treat sick people: Experts

Most of the people of Bangladesh cannot afford expensive treatment of non-communicable diseases like cancer and kidney complications either at home or abroad, but experts have found a way out, saying…

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CAAB concerned about aviation safety CAAB concerned about aviation safety

Two crashes of Boeing’s newly introduced 737 MAX 8 aircraft in past five months have made Bangladesh’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAAB) worried about aviation safety in the country’s…

Metropolis
‘NGOs spent 25pc fund they received for Rohingyas’ ‘NGOs spent 25pc fund they received for Rohingyas’

Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque on Wednesday blasted NGOs and aid agencies alleging that they spent only a quarter of the funds they received to soothe the miseries of Rohingyas…

Sun Extra
Hasan for keeping student politics in hands of students Hasan for keeping student politics in hands of students

Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Wednesday urged BNP and Jatiya Oikya Front to keep student politics in the hands of students. “I would like to tell BNP and Jatiya Oikyafront to…

Editorial
Job without Four-Year College Degrees Job without Four-Year 
College Degrees

You are about to skip a notable news if you are not a very serious and avid reader. The news focuses on the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, a 25 member board co-chaired by President Donald…

Business
Don’t use banks to serve personal interest: Kamal Don’t use banks to serve personal interest: Kamal

Finance Minister Mustafa Kamal on Wednesday highlighted the urgency for ensuring good governance in the country’s banking sector so that none, even the board of directors, can use the financial…

Education
Re-reading Jasimuddin: Revisiting rural Bangladesh Re-reading Jasimuddin: Revisiting rural Bangladesh

Popularly known as "Palli-kobi" or Rural poet, Jasimuddin was born in an era when Rabindranath Tagore was the most popular versatile Bengali poet to dominate the entire world of Bangla literature…

Roundtable Special
World Kidney Day 2019 World Kidney Day 2019

Roundtable Organised by KAMPS On…

World
British MPs reject May’s Brexit deal for 2nd time British MPs reject May’s 
Brexit deal for 2nd time

LONDON: British MPs resoundingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a second time on Tuesday, plunging the country into further uncertainty just 17 days before it is due to…

Culturetainment
Mamo, Jovan pair up in ‘Tui Theke Tumi’ Mamo, Jovan pair up in ‘Tui Theke Tumi’

National award winning actress Zakia Bari Momo and popular actor of the time Jovan have paired up in a TV play titled ‘Tui Theke Tumi’. The play has been scripted by Mehrab and directed…

Winner
Time to go back to the drawing board Time to go back to the drawing board

Bangladesh’s misery abroad continued as they lost the three-match Test series against New Zealand following a meek surrender in the rain-shortened three-day affair at Wellington. The first…

My Districts
Bumper maize yield expected in south-western dists Bumper maize
yield expected in south-western dists

JASHORE: Farmers and others concerned, including agriculturists, are expecting a bumper production of maize in the six south-western districts under Khulna division during the current season as the…

News link
5 Afghan soldiers killed in ‘friendly fire’ gunfight 5 Afghan soldiers killed in ‘friendly fire’ gunfight

KANDAHAR: An apparent case of “friendly fire” between Afghan and US troops led to an airstrike which killed five Afghan soldiers, officials said Wednesday, with the defence ministry citing…

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