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Illegal migrants: Dreams of making fortune turn hellish By Other | Last Updated: 10th December, 2019, 00:00

Despite repeated government warnings to verify employment papers before going abroad to seek fortune, thousands of Bangladeshis continued to ignore such alerts and ended up in hellish conditions in…

Illegal migrants: Dreams of making fortune turn hellish

SA Games: Bangladesh wins all 10 golds in archery SA Games: Bangladesh wins all 10 golds in archery

Bangladesh team made a history winning a record 19 gold medals, including all the 10 archery golds bagged in the seven-nation 13th South Asian Games at Pokhara Stadium in Nepal. Contestants…


Myanmar faces genocide case hearing today Myanmar faces genocide case hearing today

Human rights campaigners have asked the world community to boycott Myanmar as the International Court of Justice (IJC) in The Hague is set to start on Tuesday the hearing of the Rohingya genocide case…

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Remittance increases 22.67pc in 5 months Remittance increases 22.67pc in 5 months

Bangladesh’s economy shines depending on remittance, while other economic indicators slow down, experts said. The expatriate Bangladeshis sent US$7,714.19 million remittances in the first…

Metropolis
‘Need to work together to curb violent extremism’ ‘Need to work together to curb violent extremism’

Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on Monday said all need to work together to prevent violent extremism as it has emerged as a threat to all globally. “No one is born as extremist, rather…

Sun Extra
Don’t drink date juice: IEDCR Don’t drink date juice: IEDCR

The Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) has urged people not to drink raw date juice as it has high possibility of getting infected by the Nipah virus, reports BSS.…

Editorial
Myanmar under Pressure, Thanks to Gambia Myanmar under Pressure, Thanks to Gambia

The military junta in Myanmar was under some pressure finally, although any change in its stance on the Rohingya crisis would come or not was no easy answer. But at least it has to send its civilian…

Business
Govt to install pipeline to import fuel from India Govt to install pipeline to import fuel from India

The government is set to install a 130km long pipeline between India and Bangladesh to import fuel from the neighbouring country to meet its rising demand. Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC)…

Asia
Protests over Indian nationality bill Protests over Indian nationality bill

NEW DELHI: India’s parliament saw raucous scenes on Monday and protests raged in the north-east of the country as MPs debated legislation that stands to give citizenship to religious minorities…

World
UK’s ‘Brexit polls’ campaign enters final straight UK’s ‘Brexit polls’ campaign enters final straight

LONDON: Britain’s election campaign entered its frenetic final straight on Monday with Prime Minister Boris Johnson trying to lock in the votes needed to draw a line under years of arguments…

Culturetainment
Apurba, Mamo’s ‘Ghore Baire’ to end in January Apurba, Mamo’s ‘Ghore Baire’ to end in January

Popular actors Ziaul Faruq Apurba and Zakia Bari Mamo have paired up in many dramas. They have amused the audience with their fabulous performance and superb chemistry.  The duo have acted…

Winner
BBPL: the movie in the making BBPL: the movie in the making

Just before every edition of Bangladesh Premier League country’s cricket fraternity is crowded by outsiders and it was no indifferent this time round too. The stage is all set to start…

My Districts
Jashore town now dealing with waste in a smarter way Jashore town now dealing with waste in a smarter way

Jashore town in the country’s southwestern region is wearing a smarter look these days with a modern, state-of-the-art waste management system to go with other facilities making it a cleaner…

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