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North South University dips in corruption By Other | Last Updated: 8th December, 2019, 00:00

The countries first private North South University (NSU) is currently facing probes into widespread corruption, giving the Private University Act 2010 a thumbs-down. NSU members of the trustee…

North South University dips in corruption

Health warnings over Dhaka’s worsening air pollution Health warnings over Dhaka’s worsening air pollution

The cost of pollution caused by dust and fumes was becoming high triggering health warnings for the crammed capital Dhaka. According to experts, the dust was mainly attributed to massive construction…


Ensure justice for all: PM Ensure justice for all: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said the government is thinking about introducing a virtual court in the country, reports UNB. Speaking at the National Judicial Conference-2019, she…


Bangladesh wins 3 more golds Bangladesh wins 3 more golds

Bangladesh clinched three gold medals on Day 7 in the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Nepal on Saturday. Two Bangladeshi weightlifters — Mabia Aktar Simanta and Jiarul Islam —…

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Over 33pc educated youths jobless Over 33pc educated youths jobless

Some 33.32 percent of the country’s educated youth who have completed SSC to Masters are unemployed, suggests a new study of Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS).   …

Metropolis
Use all tools against Myanmar: Canada Use all tools against Myanmar: Canada

Canada on Saturday said they are using all tools at their disposal, including sanctions, against Myanmar leaders and companies as well as diplomatic efforts to help find a solution to Rohingya crisis,…

Editorial
Chronology of 1971 and Directives of Bangabandhu Chronology of 1971 and Directives of Bangabandhu

Like most countries, independence did not come easy for Bangladesh. Between March and December, a lot of bloodshed and misery had resulted from the war but on December 1971, a new country was born…

Business
Summit to raise Tk1b from capital market Summit to raise Tk1b from capital market

Summit Communication Limited got approval to raise Tk1billion from the capital market for expanding its network of fibre optical cable across the country. For the purpose, the company, which…

Opinion
Unemployed youths can become self-employed Unemployed youths can become self-employed

Unemployment is a crucial problem for a developing country like Bangladesh. Every year millions of graduate workforces are being added to our labour market. As they are mostly semi-skilled or unskilled…

Asia
US resumes talks with Taliban in Doha US resumes talks with Taliban in Doha

DOHA: Washington resumed talks with the Taliban in Qatar Saturday, a US source said, three months after President Donald Trump abruptly halted diplomatic efforts that could end America’s longest…

World
Rivals face off for final time ahead of UK election Rivals face off for final time ahead

of UK election

LONDON: The two men vying to be British prime minister in next week’s election exchanged trademark blows Friday over the familiar faultlines of Brexit and healthcare in the final head-to-head…

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Wedding campaign Utshobe Ayojone launched Wedding campaign Utshobe Ayojone launched

Popular beverage brand PRAN UP has introduced a campaign titled ‘Utshobe Ayojone’ with a vision to making wedding ceremony more colorful.  The campaign has been announced in a programme…

Winner
Stage set for BBPL opening Stage set for BBPL opening

Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League T20 which will mark the start of celebrations of the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is all set to raise its curtain…

My Districts
Light of education hardly reaches Kurigram char Light of education hardly reaches Kurigram char

Kurigram: Lack of an educational institution and connectivity with the mainland have forced an estimated 200 schoolchildren in Amtala Char of Chilmari Upazila to quit studies, reports UNB.   …

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Supporters ransack chairs at the triennial conference Supporters ransack chairs at the triennial conference

Supporters of aspiring candidates ransack chairs at the triennial conference of Chattogram North District Awami League at Laldighi Maidan in the port city on Saturday.     —SUN…

Campus
Justice for Rumpa Justice for Rumpa

Rubaiyat Sharmin Rumpa, 21, a first semester student from Department of English (Siddeswari branch), Stamford University Bangladesh, died mysteriously on 4 December 2019. Unless the report of ongoing…

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