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Police go tough on teen-age gangs By Other | Last Updated: 8th September, 2019, 00:00

Law enforcers have taken a hard line to uproot different organised teen-age gangs in the capital and elsewhere across the country.    They said the teenagers are getting involved…

Police go tough on teen-age gangs

Farmers upset over low paddy prices

Cultivation of rice in Bangladesh was apparently in trouble as frustrated farmers were turning to other crops due to fall of prices that have left them in the red. Farmers are selling 40-kg…

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GM Quader to remain as party chief, Raushan to be leader of the opposition GM Quader to remain as party chief, Raushan to be leader of the opposition

Leaders of two groups of Jatiya Party (JP) at a meeting on Saturday night reached a consensus on the party leadership, saving the party from a possible split. Four leaders of Raushan Ershad…

Metropolis
No quick fix to Rohingya crisis No quick fix to Rohingya crisis

Stating that there is no quick fix to the Rohingya crisis, former Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Lord George Mark Malloch Brown on Saturday urged the international community to put…

Editorial
E-health for Sustainable Development E-health for Sustainable Development

The private sector entrepreneurs will have to focus more on health problems of rural people. Without improving quality of their life it will not be possible for…

Business
Siddhirganj power project suffers severe gas crisis Siddhirganj power project

suffers severe gas crisis

Newly operational state-owned Siddhirganj 335MW power plant is suffering from severe gas crisis even at the initial stage of commissioning although the government imports huge Liquefied Natural Gas…

Opinion
River erosion: A silent disaster in Bangladesh River erosion: A silent disaster in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate characterised by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, high temperatures and humidity. There are three distinct seasons in Bangladesh: a hot, humid summer…

Asia
Riot police deployment thwarts HK airport protest Riot police deployment thwarts HK airport protest

HONG KONG: Riot police fanned out across Hong Kong on Saturday and thwarted plans by pro-democracy protesters to target the airport, days after the city’s leader made a surprise concession which…

World
Hundreds flee hurricane-hit Bahamas island Hundreds flee hurricane-hit Bahamas island

MARSH HARBOUR: Hundreds of Hurricane Dorian survivors have fled the Bahamas as thousands more anxiously await evacuation from the devastated islands, reports BBC. The hurricane tore through…

Culturetainment
Bangladesh participates in ‘Miss Universe’ for first time Bangladesh participates in ‘Miss Universe’ for first time

Bangladesh is participating Miss Universe beauty pageant for the first time. The country   prepares to participate in the 68th edition of the Miss Universe beauty pageant in South Korea in…

Winner
Afghans reign on Afghans reign on

Bangladesh are on a knife-edge staring at the eyes of defeat after they put up yet another lackluster bowling effort to let Afghanistan continue its absolute dominance over them on day three of the…

My Districts
40,000 tonnes of fertiliser wasted ! 40,000 tonnes of fertiliser wasted !

Khulna: Some 40,000 metric tonnes of three types of fertiliser kept under the open sky here covered with merely tarpaulin for a year for lack of storage space have got damaged, sources at the Bangladesh…

Campus
Illiteracy, Multilingualism and Literacy Illiteracy, Multilingualism and Literacy

Today is the International Literacy Day. The theme of the Day this year is: `Literacy and Multilingualism.’ Ms Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO has said on the occasion of International…

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