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DHAKA Monday 28 July 2014, 13 Shraban 1421, BS 29 Ramadan 1435 Hijri
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Gaza Death Toll Rises to 1050 Israel resumes assault Hamas agrees to truce GAZA CITY: Israel on Sunday resumed its devastating military assault on Gaza after “incessant” rocket fire from Palestinian militants killed another soldier, ending an extended humanitarian ceasefire that was rejected... more ›
PM’s directive to reclaim rivers around capital Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday called for early construction of a circular road around the capital city and asked the authorities to reclaim the lost parts of Buriganga and other rivers for the project, reports UNB.
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Sudden hassles grip journey to the roots Train schedule collapses: Huge tailback on highways Staff Correspondent Schedule of train service collapsed for several hours and a huge tailback was created on Dhaka-Aricha highway on Sunday, bringing sudden sufferings to the homebound people.
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Planned Anti-govt Movement by Opposition BNP, alliance men still in the dark Mohammad Al Amin Although the BNP supremo and her senior colleagues are threatening time and again to wage a movement after Eid, the grass roots of the party and those of the 20-party alliance are still in the dark about the movement plan.... more ›
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The holy Eid-ul-Fitr is going to be observed in the country tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. This great event marks the end of month long self-restraint during Ramadan and... more ›
The police have been kept more engaged to maintain law and order situation in the country during upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr which allowed a kind of freedom to drug smugglers to run... more ›
Iron rusts from disuse; water loses its purity from stagnation... even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind -- Leonardo da Vinci

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Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara plays a shot against South Africa during the fourth day of the second Test at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) Ground in Colombo on Sunday.
Sangakkara stars on rain-hit dayAfp, ColomboKumar Sangakkara and skipper Angelo Mathews struck brisk half-centuries to help Sri Lanka set up a thrilling finale to the series-deciding second Test against South... more ›
Cook brushes aside Pietersen quit call
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Underprivileged children who received Eid clothes from Robi pose for photograph.
Robi distributes Eid clothes to poor childrenBusiness DeskRobi Axiata Limited, one of the leading mobile phone operators distributed clothes as Eid gifts among underprivileged children across the country.
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Graduating to mid-income country a far cry
Rehabilitation of GK project in limbo
Topi makers in Panchagarh pass busy time ahead of Eid
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