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DHAKA Saturday 1 November 2014, 17 Kartik 1421 , BS 6 Muharram 1436 Hijri
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Strategy of counteracting by Awami League, BNP Enam Abedin Like the pre-January 5 election period two major parties Awami League and BNP have again been engaged in adopting conflicting strategy of counteracting. Known as opponent of each other, both of these two major parties are now moving with the... more ›
Victory in Polls, Normalcy in Foreign Relations Success of diplomacy Mehedi Hasan Bangladesh could manage only 55 votes in its favour one week ahead of International Telecommunication Union (ITU) election. After winning in the UN Human Rights Council election, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam went to Busan of South... more ›
Rural patients fall prey to fake docs in capital Tarik Hasan Shahriar Poor and illiterate people, who come to the capital from rural and remote areas of the country in the hope of getting better treatment, often fall into the trap of fake doctors.
It is learnt from different sources concerned... more ›
Banned militant outfits trying to reorganise JMB chief coordinator, 4 others held along with bombs, bomb-making materials Md Esaraf Hossain As different banned militant outfits are reportedly trying to reorganise, law-enforcers arrested chief coordinator of Jama�atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) along with four sidekicks in Sirajganj early Friday.
The arrested... more ›
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Diplomacy works in different ways. United States led the chorus of dissatisfaction in international arena over January 5 election in Bangladesh. Subsequently, speculations were rife that bilateral ties between US... more ›
The Prime Minister has rightly termed the youths as the biggest asset and emphasized on utilization of this asset properly to ensure socio-economic development of the country. The youths are... more ›
Happiness depends more on how life strikes you than on what happens - Andy Rooney


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Bangladesh National Cricket Team players captured just before departing for Khulna to play the second Test of the three-match Bashundhara Cement Test series from Monday. This photo is collected from skipper Mushfiqur Rahim
BD, Zim in Khulna to play 2nd TestSports ReporterPlayers, officials and support staffs of both Bangladesh and Zimbabwe cricket teams are now in Khulna to play the second Test of the three-match Bashundhara... more ›
Proteas seek momentum in T20 Australia series
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Israeli security forces stand guard as Palestinian Muslim worshippers perform traditional Friday prayers on a street outside the Old City in east Jerusalem on Friday, following restrictions by Israeli police to allow entry only to Muslim men over 50, wanting to access the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound. AFP photo
Heavy security as Israel reopens Al-Aqsa mosqueJERUSALEM: Israeli police deployed heavily around Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound as it reopened Friday for Muslim prayers after a rare closure during clashes over... more ›
Foreign jihadists flocking to Iraq, Syria on 'unprecedented scale'
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US attacks on IS group may help Assad: Pentagon chief
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