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Militant kingpins trying to revive By Other | Last Updated: 11th October, 2019, 00:00

Runaway militant kingpins, mainly belonging to Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami Bangladesh (HuJI-B) and Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), are trying to recruit new members and motivate their followers…

Militant kingpins trying to revive

‘6,844 die of breast cancer every year in Bangladesh’

Some 12,764 women are detected with breast cancer in the country every year and 6,844 of them die of the disease, according to a report of International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), reports…


Killer Obaidul gets death

A Dhaka court on Thursday sentenced Obaidul Khan to death for killing Suraia Akter Risha, a student of Wills Little Flower School in the city in 2016. The court also fined the lone accused Tk…


Bangladesh economy continues strong growth: WB

Bangladesh is likely to maintain a robust 7.2 percent GDP growth in the current fiscal year, the World Bank forecasts in its latest outlook.  The projection was made in the October version…

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PM appeals for austerity PM appeals for austerity

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina appealed for austerity as she launched the operation of two water treatment plants Thursday ensuring an additional 600 million litres of piped water for capital Dhaka.…

Metropolis
Dhaka seeks quick global response to resolve Rohingya crisis Dhaka seeks quick global response to resolve Rohingya crisis

Bangladesh has urged the international community to come forward in resolving the Rohingya crisis at the earliest as more than a million Rohingya refugees are putting pressure on the country’s…

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President for social resistance against teen-gang culture President for social resistance against teen-gang culture

KISHOREGANJ: President M Abdul Hamid, now on a week-long visit to Kishoreganj district, today urged the lawyers to play an encouraging role for building a strong social resistance against the ‘teen-gang…

Editorial
Murderers Are Students of BUET Too! Murderers Are Students of BUET Too!

A student of the Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), named Abrar Fahad was brutally beaten to death two day’s back. The killers were none other than his mates of the…

Business
Bproperty.com brings new solutions in property market Bproperty.com brings new solutions in property market

Owning a house or apartment is everyone’s dream but many people fall prey to deception and fraud by unscrupulous land brokers and realtors. An e-commerce real estate service provider ---…

Our faith
Mosque for promoting peace Mosque for promoting peace

The mosque is a unique social institution that can contribute a lot to promote sustainable peace in society. Our Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) established first mosque in Quba in Medina and later on the…

Asia
S Korea may acquire nuclear submarines after North’s test S Korea may acquire nuclear submarines after North’s test

SEOUL: South Korea’s Navy is considering acquiring nuclear-powered submarines, it said Thursday in a surprise announcement which would change the balance of power in north-east Asia and is likely…

World
Biden calls for Trump’s impeachment Biden calls for Trump’s impeachment

WASHINGTON: Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden called Wednesday for Donald Trump’s impeachment, saying the president “betrayed” the United States, but Trump dug in, predicting…

Culturetainment
Ganga-Jamuna Cultural Fest kicks off in city today Ganga-Jamuna Cultural Fest kicks off in city today

A 10-day ‘Ganga-Jamuna Cultural Festival-2019’ will begin today on the premises of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and Bangladesh Mahila Samity in the capital.  Ganga-Jamuna Sangskritik…

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Bangladesh fight hard against Qatar Bangladesh

fight hard against

Qatar

Bangladesh fought it out against a much stronger Qatar in their FIFA World Cup Qualifier as they ended their first-half down by 0-1 goals at Bangabandhu National Stadium in the capital on Thursday.…

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1.73 lakh drought-hit people to get piped water in Barind 1.73 lakh drought-hit people

to get piped water in Barind

RAJSHAHI: Around 1.73 lakh people and the poor and marginalised ones in particular will be brought under safe drinking water supply coverage for improving their livelihood condition in the drought-prone…

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Social networks face quandary on politics in misinfo fight Social networks face quandary on politics in misinfo fight

WASHINGTON: As social media firms ramp up their fight against misinformation, politicians have been largely left exempt. To some, that’s a huge problem, reports AFP. Facebook, Twitter…

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