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It’s time to act now By Other | Last Updated: 3rd December, 2019, 00:00

MADRID: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday urged all nations to join their hands to combat climate change to secure the children’s future as the phenomenon emerged as an “existential…

It’s time to act now

75 SIMs in one name ! 75 SIMs in one name !

In possibly one of the most secret use of mobile subscriber identity modules (SIM) cards for criminal and illegal VoIP termination has been the misuse of a loophole allowing the legal purchase of 75…


AL central body set to get new faces AL central body set to get new faces

New faces will be given a good number of posts in the central body of the ruling Awami League in its upcoming 21st triennial council session slated for December 20-21, insiders say, while there have…


Walk in three hours after knee joint replacement ! Walk in three hours after knee joint replacement !

An innovative knee replacement surgery has brought much hope to the critical orthopedic patients across the world including South East Asia.  India’s famous Shalby Hospital pioneers…

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Tk 1.6b electricity bills unpaid by DSCC, DNCC Tk 1.6b electricity bills unpaid by DSCC, DNCC

The Dhaka Power Distribution Company (DPDC) has expressed unhappiness about Tk 158 crore unpaid electricity bills by Dhaka north and south city corporations. The DPDC disclosed the information…

Metropolis
UN working with Bangladesh UN working with Bangladesh

Foreign Secretary Md Shahidul Haque on Monday said that the United Nations (UN) is working with Bangladesh over temporary relocation of Rohingyas to Bhasan Char. A technical team of the United…

Sun Extra
Migration should be out of aspiration, not desperation: Speakers Migration should be out of aspiration, not desperation: Speakers

Speakers at a function here on Monday said politicisation, human trafficking, and ill-treatment are the key challenges in the migration sector, locally and globally, reports UNB. Those who attended…

Editorial
Illegal Hilsha Extraction: Technology Is the Solution Illegal Hilsha Extraction: Technology Is the Solution

Bangladesh yields highest Hilsha supply around the world. Rather, the most tasteful Hilsha is only available in Bangladesh for which the nation feels proud of it. It is not globally available fish.…

Business
Govt eyes $5b leather exports by 2021 Govt eyes $5b leather

exports by 2021

The government is trying to raise export income from leather and leather goods to $5 billion by 2021 with providing necessary policy support, Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun said on…

Human Rights
Inclusive Food Security during Crisis : Uphold Rights of the Disabled Inclusive Food Security during Crisis : Uphold Rights of the Disabled

There are no human in the world who is free from the risk of becoming disabled at any time. A significant number of PwDs (People with Disabilities) are there in almost all countries of the world and…

Asia
China slaps sanctions on US over HK unrest China slaps sanctions on US over HK unrest

BEIJING: China suspended US warship visits and sanctioned American NGOs on Monday in retaliation for the passage of a bill backing pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, reports AFP. The financial…

World
Trump refuses to attend impeachment hearing Trump refuses to attend

impeachment hearing

WASHINGTON: The White House has said US President Donald Trump and his lawyers will not attend an impeachment hearing on Wednesday, citing a lack of “fairness”, reports BBC. The…

Culturetainment
Lisbeth Quartett enthralls Dhaka audience Lisbeth Quartett enthralls Dhaka audience

Berlin-based popular Jazz band Lisbeth Quartett enthralled the Dhaka audience with their fabulous performance on Sunday. The band performed at a Jazz Concert held at the Experimental Theatre Hall of…

Winner
Dipu clinches first gold for Bangladesh Dipu clinches first gold

for Bangladesh

Dipu Chakma won the first gold medal for Bangladesh in taekwondo in the ongoing 13th South Asian Games (SA Games) in Nepal on Monday. Dipu beat the athletes from India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and…

My Districts
‘Bulbul’ fury in Bagerhat; 192,915 trees, saplings damaged ‘Bulbul’ fury in Bagerhat; 192,915 trees,

saplings damaged

BAGERHAT: Cyclone ‘Bulbul’ left a trail of devastation when it hit Bangladesh last month but the impoverished people and trees in the coastal districts continue to bear the brunt. Sources…

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