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Doping gangs on the prowl ahead of Eid By Other | Last Updated: 19th May, 2019, 00:00

With the Eid-ul-Fitr festival approaching nearer, organised criminal gangs, including Aggyan party (doping gang), are roaming at different crowded places such as shopping malls, bus stands, railway…

Doping gangs on the prowl ahead of Eid

Dhaka lights up for Eid, but at what cost?

Multi-coloured bulbs lights up capital Dhaka as all the markets offer favourites in dresses and foods for the Eid-ul-Fitr shopping crowd, but at what cost? At a time when the government was…


65 ‘doping gang’ members held in city

Police arrested 65 members of ‘doping gang’ from different  parts of the capital on Friday. Serious Crime Investigation Division and North, South, East and West divisions of…


India goes to last phase polls today

New Delhi: The last phase of general elections in India will be held today with ruling BJP and opposition Congress optimistic about victory. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expecting a second…

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Pyra seaport to have multipurpose terminal Pyra seaport to have multipurpose terminal

A multipurpose terminal is going to be built at Pyra deep seaport to enhance the cargo handling capacity of the country’s third port. The move comes as part of the government’s mid-term…

Metropolis
Journalists’ role imperative for development: Hasan Journalists’ role imperative
for development: Hasan

CHATTOGRAM: Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud said that role of journalists is imperative for building a prosperous Bangladesh of dreams. He said this while addressing as the chief guest…

Editorial
British High Commissioner and Rohingya Crisis British High 
Commissioner and Rohingya Crisis

Robert Chatterton Dickson, the British High Commissioner in Dhaka, deserves a huge thank for telling the world recently that the Rohingya crisis was not Bangladesh’s problem, but of the whole…

Business
Korean co keen to set up 5000MW power plant Korean co keen to set up 5000MW power plant

A South Korean power company has recently shown its interest in setting up a number of power plants in Bangladesh having a capacity to generate about 5000MW of electricity. They will produce…

Opinion
Curriculum development for 21st century education Curriculum development for 21st century education

We all know that education is fundamental to development and growth. Nowadays, quality education is one the best indicators to represent a country’s socio-economic status. The human mind…

Asia
Controversial candidates’ standing in Indian polls Controversial candidates’ standing in Indian polls

NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has one unwanted lead in this month’s general election race - according to data from an electoral watchdog it is fielding the most candidates among…

World
US warns airliners flying in Gulf amid Iran tensions US warns airliners flying in Gulf amid Iran tensions

DUBAI: US diplomats warned Saturday that commercial airliners flying over the wider Persian Gulf faced a risk of being “misidentified” amid heightened tensions between the US and Iran,…

Culturetainment
Lilith: A film on the Planet Lilith: A film on the Planet

Popular artistes in this time Arman Parvez Murad and Aprana Ghosh have paired up in a movie titled ‘Lilith’. Directed by Kamrul Hasan Nasim, the film was shot in Pubail, Vogra, Gazipur…

Winner
Tri-nation triumph to boost Tigers’ confidence, says Mosaddek Tri-nation triumph to boost
Tigers’ confidence, says
Mosaddek

Bangladesh youngster Mosaddek Hossain said that they are confident of doing well in the upcoming ICC World Cup as the Tri-nation Series title has enhanced their self-belief. Bangladesh finally…

My Districts
Chapainawabganj mangoes ready to hit market Chapainawabganj mangoes ready to hit market

Chapainawabganj: Growers and businesses here are hopeful of harvesting and bringing their mangoes to the market within the next two weeks, reports UNB. Matiur Rahman, a mango trader of Sadar…

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Parents appeal to French president in right-to-die case Parents appeal to French president in right-to-die case

LILLE: The parents of a Frenchman kept alive in a vegetative state for a decade appealed to President Emmanuel Macron Saturday to ensure his treatment continues, two days before his doctor plans to…

Campus
Is Facebook doing more harm than good? Is Facebook doing more harm than good?

It's evening. Tomorrow my exam will be held in the morning but still I am not serious about my study. Whenever I try to focus on my study, my Facebook friends start giving me messages on facebook.…

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