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Modi magic proved again By Other | Last Updated: 24th May, 2019, 00:00

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set for the second term as the saffron-painted much of the map of India with lotus blooming in full saw an unprecedented and historic polls ever in this South Asian…

Modi magic proved again

Hasina greets Modi over phone

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday phoned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to extend her congratulations to him on his party’s landslide victory in the Indian general election. “The…


World to respect India as a superpower: Modi

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday pledged to fight against poverty, saying that the world would now recognise India as a superpower. Meanwhile, Opposition Congress President Rahul…


Rahul Gandhi congratulates Modi

New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi conceded defeat in the Lok Sabha elections 2019 but said that he will continue his ideological fight against the BJP, reports The Statesman. At a press…

Back Page
8,000 people die in a year in Bangladesh 8,000 people die in a year in Bangladesh

Consumption of different food items containing excessive trans fat is leading to various health complications, including heart disease and stroke, in Bangladesh. A new report released by the…

Metropolis
Resist river encroachment Resist river encroachment

Information Minister and Awami League Publicity and Publication Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud today called for building united resistance against river encroachment and pollution, reports BSS “We…

Sun Extra
Army chief meets US army pacific commander Army chief meets US army pacific commander

Chief of Army Staff General Aziz Ahmed, who is now visiting Hawaii, paid a courtesy call on US Army Pacific Commander General Robert B Brown on Wednesday. Chief of Army Staff also paid a courtesy…

Editorial
Pick the Honest to Isolate the Dishonest Pick the Honest to Isolate the Dishonest

On 19th May, the Daily Kaler Kantha published a report on the initiative taken by our Ministry of Planning for awarding its honest employees. This initiative of the Ministry is undoubtedly a great…

Our faith
Ramadan, saum and taqwa Ramadan, saum and taqwa

Ramadan is the holiest month in which observing Saum is obligatory. It gives believers a golden opportunity to attain taqwa. So, Ramadan, saum and taqwa are closely inter-connected. Taqwa means to…

Business
Country produces record 1.71 lakh bales of cotton Country produces record 1.71 lakh bales of cotton

The country produced a record of 1.71 lakh bales of cotton in current fiscal (2018-19), marking a growth of 3.63 per cent as against the previous year.  In fiscal 2017-18, the total production…

Asia
Modi promises inclusive India Modi promises inclusive India

NEW DELHI/AYODHYA: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to unite the country on Thursday after a big election win, with his party on course to increase its majority on a mandate of business-friendly…

World
British govt postpones Brexit vote British govt postpones Brexit vote

LONDON: The British government on Thursday postponed a crucial Brexit vote scheduled for the first week of June, following an outcry from hardline Brexiteers over concessions made by Prime Minister…

Culturetainment
Two plays to be staged at BSA today Two plays to be staged 
at BSA today

Two popular plays will be staged at two venues of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy today at 7:30pm simultaneously.  ‘Helen Keller’ of Swapnadal will be staged at the Studio Theatre…

Winner
Sleepless Afif overjoyed with CPL opportunity Sleepless Afif overjoyed with CPL opportunity

Bangladesh’s young all-rounder Afif Hossain passed sleepless nights following his inclusion in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) after being picked by St Kitts and Nevis Patriots from the draft…

My Districts
Kushtia admin identifies 3,000 river encroachers Kushtia admin identifies 3,000 river encroachers

KUSHTIA: The local administration has identified at least 3,000 encroachers who have illegally occupied the banks of rivers and canals in the district, obstructing their water flow, reports UNB.…

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Malaysian officials go undercover to spy on fasting Muslims Malaysian officials go undercover to spy on fasting Muslims

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian officials are disguising themselves as cooks and waiters to catch Muslims who don’t fast during Ramadan, with a rights group Thursday blasting the “disgraceful act…

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