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Doctors in heroic fight to save lives By Other | Last Updated: 4th August, 2019, 00:00

Physicians and other health workers are working around the clock in an heroic effort to save lives of those down with the deadly dengue fever as the hospitals of the country overflowed with the mosquito-borne…

Doctors in heroic fight to save lives

All hail Kings

Bashundhara Kings were handed over the trophy of Bangladesh Premier League 2018-2019 football as they ended the season with a 1-1 goal draw against Chittagong Abahani at Bangabandhu National Stadium…


Move to protect nat’l data centre from cyber attack

The government is going to take an initiative to protect the national data centre from any kind of cyber attack in future.  The move comes after some incidents of such attacks in some key…


Will work till last breath to fulfill Bangabandhu’s dream: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday vowed to work as long as she is alive to materialise the dream of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to establish a Sonar Bangladesh, reports…

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Thousands of people flee Kashmir Thousands of people flee Kashmir

Thousands of Indians have started leaving the disputed region of Kashmir after the local government issued a security alert related to possible militant attacks in the area, a senior government official…

Metropolis
Talk less, work more to combat dengue: Quader Talk less, work more to combat dengue: Quader

Ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday asked the authorities concerned to talk less and work more in the fight against dengue.  “Excessive talks may yield…

Editorial
VIP Culture: Bangladeshi Version of Elitism VIP Culture: Bangladeshi Version of Elitism

Titas Ghosh, 11, a grade six student died in the ambulance as the authorities delayed the departure of a ferry at Khathalbari jetty in Madaripur for three hours for a joint secretary to board on. His…

Business
Govt to install 2cr prepaid meters by 2021 Govt to install 2cr prepaid meters by 2021

The government will install two crore smart prepaid electricity meters by 2021 to prevent the misuse and wastage of electricity and to create automatic billing facilities for electricity users.…

Opinion
Automation creates surplus labour for migration Automation creates surplus labour for migration

In modern times, human beings are witnessing technological innovation taking place at an unprecedented rate. Inventions, innovations and discoveries are happening at an ever-increasingly faster pace.…

Asia
HK protesters seize roads in defiance of China warnings HK protesters seize roads in defiance of China warnings

HONG KONG: Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong erected barricades in a popular tourist district and briefly blocked a major tunnel Saturday evening, defying increasingly stern warnings from China…

World
US slaps new sanctions on Russia over Skripal case US slaps new sanctions on Russia over Skripal case

SYDNEY: A new round of sanctions were imposed on Moscow Saturday by the United States over the 2018 poisoning of former double-agent Sergei Skripal in the United Kingdom, reports AFP. Russian…

Culturetainment
Four popular faces in Eid drama Bhai Ache Na? Four popular faces in Eid drama Bhai Ache Na?

Four popular faces of the small screen Nazrul Islam Raz, Mishu Sabbir, Nadia Mim and Allen Shuvro will be seen together in an Eid special drama titled ‘Bhai Ache Na?’. Actress Nadia Mim…

Winner
Kings’ triumph, Bangladesh’s triumph Kings’ triumph, Bangladesh’s triumph

“It’s a dream come true,” told Bashundhara Kings President with a million dollar smile. The smile summed up Bashundhara Kings’ maiden season in the top tier of Bangladesh’s…

My Districts
30 cattle markets set up in Khulna 30 cattle markets set up in Khulna

KHULNA: Khulna District Administration and Khulna City Corporation (KCC) has taken preparation to set up a total of 30 hats in nine upazilas of the district to sell sacrificial animals ahead of Eid-ul-Azha,…

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South Korea warns Japan of security pact risk South Korea warns Japan of security pact risk

BANGKOK: South Korea is exploring all options in a bitter trade row with Japan, including scrapping an intelligence sharing pact, but wants a cooling off period with Tokyo, a senior South Korean official…

Campus
Modernism, art and culture and S.M. Sultan Modernism, art and culture and S.M. Sultan

Art has no set boundaries of imagination, the paintbrush and the pencil have only evolved as tools in the hands of the great masters who have made their pets. Artists are no less than philosophers…

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