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Illegal travel agencies cheat overseas job seekers By Other | Last Updated: 18th September, 2019, 00:00

Illegal travel and recruiting agencies were luring people by offering them jobs abroad with legal papers and charging them large amount of money, but the golden goose never laid eggs, sources in the…

Illegal travel agencies cheat overseas job seekers

Meghna Group siphoned off Tk 100 crore

The Meghna Group has siphoned off Tk 100 crore by committing a forgery in purchasing a ship “twice”. Sources said the business group allegedly launders money through various tricks,…


Taliban kill 26 in blast near Afghan presidential rally

KABUL: A Taliban suicide bomber killed at least 26 people and wounded dozens near a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday, with the insurgents warning of more violence ahead of…


Quader hints at action against JU VC

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader hinted at taking action against Jahangirnagar University (JU) Vice Chancellor if she was found involved in any wrongdoing. “VC Farzana Islam…

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Banned Suprobhat Paribahan trick to operate by disguising its buses Banned Suprobhat Paribahan trick to operate by disguising its buses

The owners of the banned Suprobhat Paribahan tricked police for months and continued to run its buses disguised as Victor Classic Paribahan and Akash Enterprise, instead of taming its drivers to operate…

Metropolis
‘Onion prices likely to come down soon’ ‘Onion prices likely to come down soon’

Onion prices are likely to come down within 24 hours. Dr Md Jafar Uddin, secretary, Ministry of Commerce, and Abu Raihan Alberuni, member (trade policy department) of Tariff Commission, have…

Biz Capital
Open spaces shrink sharply in port city Open spaces shrink sharply in port city

The number of open spaces as well as playgrounds is decreasing rapidly in the port city due to uncontrolled and unplanned urbanisation. Though population of the second largest city of the country…

Editorial
Social Accountability through Citizen Voice and Action Social Accountability through Citizen Voice and Action

Over the years, accountability and social accountability have turned into an important academic and development discourse in the literature of public administration and development studies. In most…

Business
PM directs govt employees to use Biman for air trips PM directs govt employees to use Biman for air trips

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday directed the government employees to use Biman Bangladesh airlines, the national flag carrier, while going abroad. “We feel proud while boarding…

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A Firm Stand On Rohingya Crisis A Firm Stand On Rohingya Crisis

When the government of our country does any constructive work, we generally appreciate even though sometimes we become critical of its certain measures that we don't like. It is true that our government…

Asia
Sri Lankan PM faces party challenge in presidential battle Sri Lankan PM faces party challenge in presidential battle

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s ruling coalition became embroiled in a power struggle Tuesday as two challengers came forward to oppose Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe to be candidate for a looming…

World
Iran leader rules out US talks as tensions rise over Saudi attacks Iran leader rules out US talks as tensions rise over Saudi attacks

TEHRAN: Iran’s supreme leader on Tuesday ruled out negotiations with the US “at any level”, as tensions mounted between the arch-foes after Washington blamed Tehran for attacks on…

Culturetainment
All praise for ‘Mayaboti’ All praise for ‘Mayaboti’

Popular actresses Nusrat Imrose Tisha starrer new film ‘Mayaboti’ is getting huge response from the audience.  Celebrities have also praised Tisha and the other artistes of…

Winner
Tigers eying Tri-nation series T20 final Tigers eying Tri-nation series T20 final

Bangladesh are determined to leave behind their painful defeat jinx since the World Cup as they are eying to seal the final of the Tri-nation series T20 by winning the return-leg match against Zimbabwe.…

My Districts
Jute export ban still haunts Khulna traders Jute export ban

still haunts

Khulna traders

Khulna: Although the government has lifted the ban on raw jute export, traders here are yet to start collecting jute fearing such a ban again, causing losses to them, reports UNB.   The…

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Amnesty chief vows to defy India bid to ‘crush’ criticism Amnesty chief vows to defy India bid to ‘crush’ criticism

WASHINGTON: Amnesty International’s chief vowed Monday that the rights group would not be silenced on raising concerns about Kashmir despite what he called intimidation by Indian Prime Minister…

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