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5,000 weapons seized from NGO godown in Cox’s Bazar By Other | Last Updated: 7th September, 2019, 00:00

Cox's Bazar: Five thousand sharp weapons were recovered from a godown of a local NGO at Malbhitapara in Ukhiya upaizla on Thursday night, reports UNB.   Tipped off, a team, led…

5,000 weapons seized from 
NGO godown in Cox’s Bazar

Rohingyas obtaining Bangladeshi passports

A large number of Rohingya people are obtaining Bangladeshi passports with the help of organised human-traffickers to go to other countries, detective sources said.  Seeing no hope for…


NGOs instigating Rohingyas not to return home

Three rights groups and two non-government organisations were behind holding of the massive Rohingya rally on August 25 and instigating the displaced people not to go back to  their homeland.…


All procedures to come under single umbrella

The government is going to bring the stipends procedure for around 40 lakh students from class VI to XII under a single umbrella to curb corruption and irregularities in stipend distribution. The…

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Banks see rise in assets in H1 Banks see rise in assets in H1

The private commercial banks are doing well when it comes to creation of skilled entrepreneurs and asset management, which contribute to enhance bank capital.   According to the economists,…

Metropolis
Put pressure on Myanmar to take back Rohingyas Put pressure on Myanmar
to take back Rohingyas

NANJING, China: Awami League (AL) Presidium Member Advocate Abdul Matin Khasru has urged China to put pressure on Myanmar for taking back their Rohingya nationals with safety, security and dignity,…

Sun Extra
‘Help improve traffic management in Bangladesh’ ‘Help improve traffic management in Bangladesh’

NANJING, China: AL Presidium Member Abdul Matin Khasru, who is leading a high-level 20-member AL delegation in China, on Friday sought support from China, especially from Nanjing, to improve the overall…

Editorial
Changing Face of Bangladesh Changing Face of Bangladesh

In its forty eight years of history as an independent country Bangladesh has changed. Changed for good and changed for bad. The changes for good in the country’s landscape are many and to the…

Post-logue
Short Life of G2G Short Life of G2G

We were expecting the arrival of the first group of our workers on 27 March 2013. But due to some errors in our workers’ data, the Malaysian side faced problems and it took a few days to solve…

Asia
Taliban attack Afghan province as violence overshadows peace deal Taliban attack Afghan province as violence overshadows peace deal

KABUL: Taliban militants launched a major attack in Afghanistan’s western province of Farah on Friday, the latest in a series of assaults on provincial centers just a day after a deadly suicide…

World
US defence secy calls for greater effort to counter China, Russia US defence secy calls for greater effort to counter China, Russia

LONDON: US Defence Secretary Mark Esper, in his first major speech, on Friday called for a greater European focus on tackling what he called growing security and economic threats from China and Russia,…

Culturetainment
Group art exhibition ‘Symphony’ at AFD Group art exhibition ‘Symphony’ at AFD

A group art exhibition titled ‘Symphony’ is underway at La Galerie of Allianc Française de Dhaka. The inaugural ceremony of this exhibition was held on Monday evening.…

Winner
Bangladesh caught in spin web Bangladesh caught in spin web

All-rounder Rashid Khan appeared as the big threat for Bangladesh as his all-round performance helped the visitors go on top against the hosts after the second day’s play at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury…

My Districts
Duck farming promotes entrepreneurship in Rajshahi Duck farming promotes entrepreneurship

in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: Duck farming has now been a reliable source of promoting small-scale entrepreneurship in both rural and urban areas in the region as many unemployed people become self-reliant in this field,…

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Swedish mountain loses highest peak title due to global heating Swedish mountain loses highest peak title due 
to global heating

The mountain peak known to Swedes as their country’s highest can no longer lay claim to the title due to global heating, scientists have confirmed, as the glacier at its summit shrinks amid soaring…

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