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Owners also responsible for deaths in road crashes Partho Sarathi Das The situation caused by road accidents in the country is deteriorating due to lack of coordination among different ministries to improve the condition, introducing fitnessless vehicles on the roads using... more ›
Bangladesh’s Win in CPA, IPU It is victory of people: PM Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday described the two Bangladeshi candidates’ election as the chiefs of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) and the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) as the world victory for Bangladesh, report agencies.
“It’s democracy’s world victory, it’s... more ›
In the dock of grass-roots Pavel Haider Chowdhury About half a dozen state and deputy ministers of Awami League are in the dock of the grass-roots. They are accused before the own party leaders and workers in their respective areas. In the eyes of grass-roots, they are non-organisational... more ›
Tarique’s adviser Sayem arrested in London Staff Correspondent A human rights adviser to BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman was arrested in London on Tuesday for forging documents to help a client.
According to, Barrister MA Sayem, the newly-appointed human rights advisor to Tarique, was arrested on... more ›
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It seems the state has scant regards for unidentified dead bodies that are found strewn here and there on a horrifying scale as many as 1,500 a year, which... more ›
According to a report published in this newspaper yesterday, almost half of the Bangladesh missions abroad have failed to achieve their respective export targets during the first three months (July-September)... more ›
Give a little love to a child, and you get a great deal back -- John Ruskin

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Bangladesh to take part in wrestling in KazakhstanSports ReporterA two-member Bangladesh National Wrestling Team yesterday flew for Kazakhstan to participate in an International Wrestling tournament which is scheduled to begin from today.
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Bangladesh to face Sri Lanka tomorrow
Three new records on day 3 of National Swimming
Natl Chess Cship prize giving ceremony held
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Iraqi school girls take part in a ceremony on the first day of the new semester in Baghdad on Wednesday, after schools were delayed a month because many were being used as shelters for displaced families feeling areas of battles with the Islamic State (IS) group. UN says an estimated 1.8m Iraqis have been displaced by violence in the country this year. AFP photo
Kobane defenders hold out as Iraqi Kurds vote on reinforcementsMURSITPINAR: Kurdish fighters defending Syria�s border town of Kobane held out against the Islamic State group Wednesday, anxious for relief as Iraq�s Kurdish parliament was... more ›
At Berlin Wall, Kerry warns of new East-West tensions
Iraqs Yazidis facing attempted genocide, says UN
Press freedom in the Americas has worsened: Watchdog
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Jibanananda Das remembered on his 60th death anniversaryCulture DeskJibanananda Das, a famous Bengali poet, was remembered through recitation of his evergreen poems and elaborate commemorative programmes across the country on Wednesday.
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banglalink sponsors Lalon fest in Kushtia
Poet Shamsur Rahman�s 85th birth anniversary today
Singer Mohammad Ali Siddiqui at ICU
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