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Human movement spreads dengue across country By Other | Last Updated: 3rd August, 2019, 00:00

Besides capital Dhaka, which was already overflowing with record number of patients sick with dengue, the mosquito-borne disease was fast spreading alarmingly in other parts of the country, health…

Human movement spreads dengue across country

Criminals on the prowl ahead of Eid

As the Eid-ul-Azha festival is getting nearer, organised gangs of criminals are targeting crowded places and robbing mostly shoppers or travelers, said police sources. Such gangs are spotted…


Beware! House owners

Khilkhet police has received a large number of complaints against some organised gangs, which are involved in deceiving house owners in the area of the capital, police sources said. The gangs…


Ctg port rank improves

CHATTOGRAM: Chittagong Seaport has secured 64th position with six steps up on the list of the world’s 100 leading container ports prepared by Lloyd’s List. The survey shows that…

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Conjoined twins separated Conjoined twins separated

Conjoined twins – Rabeya and Rukaya  – who were joined at the head were recovering on Friday after Hungarian surgeons performed a marathon 30-hour operation to separate their skulls…

Metropolis
ABCCI for sustainable policy supports to attract more FDI ABCCI for sustainable policy supports to attract more FDI

Australia Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ABCCI) has laid emphasis on sustainable policy supports to attract more foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country, reports BSS. “Due…

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Pompeo rips into China, urges ASEAN to trust in US Pompeo rips into China, urges ASEAN to trust in US

BANGKOK: America’s top diplomat Mike Pompeo on Friday implored Southeast Asian nations to trust in US values, delivering a withering takedown of Chinese-style development, comments Beijing later…

Editorial
Bangladesh Under Seize! Bangladesh Under Seize!

Bangladesh is under seize, not by any outside enemy, by enemy from within, a tiny little insect called mosquito of Aedes variety. Anyone who gets bitten by the insect has every possibility of being…

Post-logue
August, the Most Sorrowful Month in Bangladesh August, the Most Sorrowful Month in Bangladesh

The most painful month of August has, once again, come to our life. Experiencing or marked by or expressing sorrow especially that associated with irreparable loss or a sorrowful tale of death and…

Asia
Japan-S Korea row escalates as relations hit new low Japan-S Korea row escalates as relations hit new low

TOKYO: Japan and South Korea Friday rescinded each other’s favoured export partner status in an escalating row as relations between the US allies hit a new low, reports AFP. The two countries—both…

World
US withdraws from 1987 nuclear pact with Russia US withdraws from 1987 nuclear pact with Russia

WASHINGTON/MOSCOW: The US has formally withdrawn from a key nuclear treaty with Russia, raising fears of a new arms race, reports BBC. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) was…

Culturetainment
2nd solo exhibition of Shibly Shiraj underway at AFD 2nd solo exhibition of Shibly Shiraj underway at AFD

The 2nd solo photography exhibition titled ‘France, Natural and Eternal: A Photographer’s Journey’ by Shibly Shiraj is underway at La Galerie of Alliance Française de Dhaka…

Winner
Kings receive crown today Kings receive crown today

Bashundhara Kings will face Chittagong Abahani Ltd to end their maiden run in Bangladesh Premier League on a sweet note as they would like a thrashing victory to mark the handing over of the trophy…

My Districts
Educational institutions urged to take steps for preventing dengue Educational institutions urged to take steps for preventing dengue

RANGPUR: Officials at a meeting have called upon authorities of educational institutions for taking necessary steps to create awareness among students to prevent breeding of Aedes mosquito and spread…

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Climate battle will ‘succeed or fail’ in Asia: UN Climate battle will ‘succeed or fail’ in Asia: UN

The battle to combat climate change will “succeed or fail” based on what happens in Asia, where growing energy needs are increasing demand for fossil fuels, UN officials said Friday.…

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