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49 killed in NZ mosque attack By Other | Last Updated: 16th March, 2019, 00:00

At least 49 people, including three Bangladeshi expatriates, were killed and several dozens injured as a ‘right-wing extremist’ unleashed a hail of gunfire at two mosques in New Zealand…

49 killed in NZ mosque attack

Tigers narrowly escape attack

Bangladesh national cricketers narrowly escaped a shooting at Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch of New Zealand where they were going to offer Jum’a prayers on Friday. They went back to their…


3 Bangladeshis among the dead

Three Bangladeshi expatriates were killed and four others injured in the Christchurch mosque shooting in New Zealand on Friday. The deceased were identified as Dr Samad Azad, a professor of…


Mosque shootings spark global horror

PARIS: Attacks on two mosques in New Zealand which left at least 49 people dead on Friday—the Muslim day of prayer—have sparked horror, revulsion and dismay around the world, reports AFP.…

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Multiple reasons for people going missing: police Multiple reasons for people going missing: police

People either do not know if they would be abducted or sometimes vanish suddenly for personal reasons, with sociologists saying that such incidents accompany a country’s flourishing economy.…

Metropolis
Nation needs sacrificing mind like blood donors: Kamal Nation needs sacrificing mind like blood donors: Kamal

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Friday said the country needs sacrificing people like blood donors to fulfill the dream of building Sonar Bangla, reports UNB. “These people (voluntary…

Sun Extra
BPDB, Summit sign PPA to set up 583MW power plant at Meghnaghat BPDB, Summit sign PPA to set up 583MW power plant at Meghnaghat

Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) signed power purchase agreement (PPA) with Summit Meghnaghat II Power Company Limited (SMIIPCL) to implement 583MW of power plant for 22 years.  Prime…

Editorial
Please Do Not Kill the Childhood Please Do Not Kill the Childhood

Those who follow the present day politics of Awami League Chief and the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will agree that Sheikh Hasina of 1996 when she became the Prime Minister of Bangladesh for the first…

Post-logue
1971: Timeline and 35 Directives 1971: Timeline and 35 Directives

They are my heroes, so young, so brave and true, fighting to protect our flag, the red and green during our nine months war with Pakistan’s rogue military regime in 1971. It is through them Bangladesh’s…

Asia
N Korea considering suspending nuclear talks with US: TASS N Korea considering suspending nuclear talks with US: TASS

SEOUL: North Korea is considering suspending denuclearisation talks with Washington after the Hanoi summit between leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump ended without agreement, TASS reported…

World
Senate rebukes Trump on border emergency Senate rebukes Trump on border emergency

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump suffered an embarrassing defeat Thursday at the hands of US senators, including fellow Republicans, who voted to terminate his declaration of an emergency on the…

Culturetainment
Akhi Alamgir’s new song released Akhi Alamgir’s new song released

Renowned singer Akhi Alamgir’s new song ‘Layla’ has been released on You Tube under the banner of Dhruba Music Station (DMS) recently.  The music releasing ceremony was…

Winner
Cricket fraternity expresses shock over Christchurch attack Cricket fraternity expresses shock over Christchurch attack

Cricketers, all over the world, expressed their shock after the visiting Bangladesh side had a narrow escape from a shooting attack at a mosque in Christchurch. The attack on the Masjid Al Noor…

My Districts
Pointed gourd cultivation gains ground in Faridpur Pointed gourd cultivation gains ground in Faridpur

FARIDPUR: Abdul Jabbar of Charharirampur village in Char Harirampur union under Charbhadrasan upazila in the district has seen success in growing pointed gourd, cultivating the vegetable for the first…

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