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Unbridled motorbike registration goes on By Other | Last Updated: 4th February, 2020, 00:00

Every day a large number of new motorcycles hit the city streets that create chaos on the roads and worsen the traffic management in the capital.     The government has taken…

Unbridled motorbike registration goes on

St Martin’s Hospital 
in name only
St Martin’s Hospital in name only

COX’S BAZAR: The 10-Bed Hospital in the popular offshore tourist destination Saint Martin’s Island is nothing but a name as the residents and the visitors are routinely deprived of healthcare…


UGC sets limit on

sitting allowances

for pvt universities UGC sets limit on sitting allowances for pvt universities

Members of different committees, including board of trustees, syndicate, finance committee and academic council, take huge money from private universities in the name of sitting allowances. Sources…


PM leaves for Rome today PM leaves for Rome today

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will depart Dhaka for Rome today on a four-day official visit to Italy for bilateral talks with her Italian counterpart Giuseppe Conte. A VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh…

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Govt plans to wrap up metro rail project early Govt plans to wrap up metro rail project early

The work of Dhaka metro rail project is now put on a higher gear with the hope to complete it by December 2021 in concert with the nation’s 50 years of Victory celebration.    …

Metropolis
Help improve quality of higher education Help improve quality of higher education

University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Prof Dr Kazi Shahidullah on Monday urged the industrialists to come forward to improve the quality of higher education. “Universities alone…

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Seminar on Coronavirus held at AFMC Seminar on Coronavirus held at AFMC

A scientific seminar titled ‘Coronavirus-A New Threat to Humanity’ was held at Armed Forces Medical College in Dhaka cantonment on Monday.   Maj Gen Md Mustafizur Rahman,…

Editorial
History of Irrigation Development in Bangladesh History of Irrigation

Development in Bangladesh

It is assumed that agriculture in the Indian subcontinent started nine thousand years ago when people learned the technique of growing crops and domesticating wild animals. Many years later, they discovered…

Human Rights
Final Report and Its Legal Consequences Final Report and Its Legal Consequences

Final report is that term which is very much used in criminal cases. It’s a matter of joy to the criminals who commits an offence but after investigations by the police officer that criminal…

Business
Govt’s bank borrowing set to widen Govt’s bank borrowing set to widen

Bangladesh Bank (BB) is revising the government’s bank borrowing plan amid a sluggish revenue collection and a fall in the sale of saving certificates, sources said. The central bank might…

Asia
HK shuts most China crossings over virus as medics strike HK shuts most China crossings over virus as medics strike

HONG KONG: Hong Kong announced it was closing all but two land crossings with the Chinese mainland on Monday to slow the spread of a deadly new coronavirus as medics staged strikes calling for the…

World
Race to decide US election candidates begins Race to decide US election candidates begins

WASHINGTON: The first event that will help decide the candidates for US president is to take place with Monday’s Iowa caucuses, reports BBC. Democratic and Republican voters will choose…

Culturetainment
Shakal Ahmed’s ‘Khan Bari Barabari’ goes on air today Shakal Ahmed’s ‘Khan Bari Barabari’ goes on air today

Popular director Shakal Ahmed’s new drama serial ‘Khan Bari Barabari’ goes on air from today on Boishakhi Television. The comedy genre serial has been written by Yousuf Ali…

Winner
Go hard or stay home, says Domingo Go hard or stay home, says Domingo

Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo said on Monday that they should not travel to Pakistan without a positive mindset as he feels that his charges have the ability to the push the hosts in the Test…

My Districts
Tea cultivation creates jobs for 20,000 people in Kartoa Valley Tea cultivation creates jobs for 20,000 people in Kartoa Valley

RANGPUR: The thriving ‘small-scale gardening-basis’ tea cultivation has created jobs for over 20,000 unemployed rural people, mostly women, in the ‘Kartoa Valley’ ecological…

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Russia not target in US army’s massive Europe deployment: NATO Russia not target in US army’s massive Europe deployment: NATO

BRUSSELS: NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg insisted Monday that a massive transfer of US and allied troops to Eastern Europe as part of a military exercise was not aimed at Russia. About 37,000 soldiers…

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