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DUCSU polls to break deadlock By Other | Last Updated: 18th March, 2019, 00:00

After the long-awaited DUCSU election, students of other public universities are seeing a hope that election to student unions in their institutions will be held, breaking the longstanding deadlock.…

DUCSU polls to break deadlock

Rent a drum and travel by train sans fare!

If you want to travel by train without booking a seat, do not worry; a section of railway employees is there to help you. They have invented a unique way for you; what you will need to do is just renting…


Second-phase UZ polls today

Voting in the second phase of the country’s first-ever partisan Upazila Parishad (UZ) polls will be held today. Sources at the Election Commission (EC) said a total of 116 upazilas of…


Nation pays tribute to Bangabandhu

The nation celebrated the 99th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Banagabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on Sunday in a befitting manner. On this day in 1920, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman,…

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Hospital in ‘sick bed’ Hospital in ‘sick bed’

Patients continue to suffer for lack of healthcare facilities at Kuwait Bangladesh Friendship Government Hospital (KBFGH) in city’s Uttara as lack of minimum manpower, equipment and logistics…

Metropolis
All should have respect for others: FM All should have respect for others: FM

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Sunday said there is no lack of coordination between his ministry and officials deployed on the ground after terror attacks in New Zealand mosques to find information…

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Navy celebrates Bangabandhu’s birth anniv Navy celebrates Bangabandhu’s birth anniv

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s 99th birth anniversary and the National Children’s Day – 2019 was observed with due respect and festive mood at all ships…

Editorial
Christchurch: Let Humanism Triumph Christchurch: Let Humanism Triumph

The dastardly acts of mass murder inside mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand have been traumatic events beyond the comprehension of the common people around the world. According to media reports,…

Business
Climate financing issue to be raised at WB-IMF meet Climate financing issue to 
be raised at WB-IMF meet

Economic Relations Division (ERD) will raise five key issues, including Rohingya and climate financing, in the upcoming spring meeting of the World Bank and IMF. Other issues are risk of sustainable…

Asia
Pakistan’s crackdown on militants fails to convince sceptics Pakistan’s crackdown on militants fails to convince sceptics

ISLAMABAD: At a mosque on a quiet Islamabad street, any reference to the UN-listed terror group which runs it has been removed as Pakistan—once again—comes under pressure to demonstrate…

World
May warns of long Brexit delay if MPs don’t back her deal May warns of long Brexit delay if MPs don’t back her deal

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May has issued a stark warning to lawmakers that if they do not back her Brexit deal, there is the possibility the country “will not leave the EU for many…

Culturetainment
200th show of Lal Jamin tomorrow 200th show of  Lal Jamin tomorrow

Popular theatre troupe Shunnon repartory will stage its much acclaimed production Lal Jamin’s 200th show tomorrow evening at Bangladesh Airlines Training Centre (BATC) auditorium in the capital.…

Winner
Sabbir ties the knot Sabbir ties the knot

Controversial all-rounder Sabbir Rahman got married as he completed his engagement privately with her fiance Arpa at his residence recently. There were lots of allegations against Sabbir that…

My Districts
Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary celebrated in dists Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary celebrated in dists

The 99th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is being celebrated in different districts on Sunday in a befitting manner. The day is also celebrated as…

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8 killed as gunmen storm Mali army camp 8 killed as gunmen storm Mali army camp

BAMAKO: At least eight people were killed on Sunday in a raid by suspected jihadists on an army camp in central Mali, military and security sources said, warning the toll could rise, reports AFP.…

Scitech
Redefining phone addiction Redefining phone addiction

Many digital wellness books, programs and apps encourage commonsense behavioral changes – say, leaving your phone outside your room when you go to sleep – aimed to help people regain control…

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