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Tigers break trophy jinx By Other | Last Updated: 18th May, 2019, 00:00

Bangladesh clinched the Tri-nation Series title overpowering West Indies by 5 wickets in their final at Malahide Cricket Club Ground in Dublin on Friday. Windies ended up with 152 runs losing…

Tigers break trophy jinx

Fake BRTA papers in wide circulation

Several gangs are active in making fake (Bangladesh Road Transport Authority) BRTA documents for motor vehicles and deceiving service seekers. They make fake route permits, fitness certificates,…


Drug smuggling goes on despite drive

Despite the massive crackdown against narcotics and crossfire by law enforcers, smuggling of illegal drugs like yaba into the country from the neighbouring Myanmar is still rampant.   …


Don’t let war criminals return to power: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday urged all to remain alert so that anti- liberation forces and war criminals cannot return to power, reports UNB. “We all have to remain alert so…

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New DSCC wards get 167 km roads, 171km drainage New DSCC wards 
get 167 km roads, 171km drainage

Development of roads, drainage systems and construction of footpath in four unions —- Shyampur, Sarulia, Dania and Matuail—- of the 11 newly formed wards under Dhaka South City Corporation…

Metropolis
DSCC has brought positive change in urban management: Mayor DSCC has brought positive change in urban management: Mayor

Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Mayor Sayeed Khokon said that he has brought a positive change in the urban management. He said, ‘We have initiated a positive change in urban management…

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Hypertension a major cause of diabetes: study Hypertension a major cause
of diabetes: study

One in every four people with high blood pressure or hypertension is highly vulnerable to developing diabetes, says a multi-country study, revealing that around 23 percent of hypertensive individuals…

Editorial
She Came, Struggled and Conquered She Came, Struggled and Conquered

This 17 May was the 38th homecoming day of one of the two surviving daughters of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and the current Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina.…

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Of Driver: Insurance and Social Responsibility Of Driver: Insurance and
Social Responsibility

Introduction It is very much true that faulty vehicles, untrained drivers, careless commuters, insufficient pedestrian crossings and last but not least - ‘ignorance’…

Asia
Fresh election clashes hit Kolkata Fresh election clashes hit Kolkata

KOLKATA: Police made new arrests following clashes and poured thousands of security forces into the eastern city of Kolkata on Friday as tensions mounted ahead of the final round of voting in India’s…

World
Brexit talks collapse as Theresa May’s premiership crumbles Brexit talks collapse 
as Theresa May’s 
premiership crumbles

LONDON: Britain’s tumultuous divorce from the European Union was again in disarray on Friday after the opposition Labour Party declared last-ditch talks dead due to Prime Minister Theresa May’s…

Culturetainment
Solo exhibition ‘Disappearing Roots’ begins at British Council today Solo exhibition ‘Disappearing Roots’ begins at British Council today

In commemoration with the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, the British Council is arranging a solo exhibition titled “Disappearing Roots” by Samsul Alam Helal…

Winner
Windies expose Tigers bowling fault lines Windies expose Tigers
bowling fault lines

West Indies openers Sunil Ambris and Shai Hope looked set to propel West Indies towards a big total in their Tri-nation Series final against Bangladesh before the rain came pounding down at Malahide…

My Districts
Farmers upset at low paddy prices in Brahmanbaria Farmers upset at low paddy prices in Brahmanbaria

BRAHMANBARIA: Farmers have been counting about Tk 300 loss per maund of rice here in the current Boro season due to fall in rice prices, reports UNB. Visiting Ashuganj rice market, the biggest…

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Modi takes no questions at first ‘press conference’ Modi takes no questions at first ‘press conference’

NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi left journalists disappointed on Friday as he refused to answer questions at what Indian media had billed as his first-ever press conference as prime minister, reports AFP.…

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