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WC victors given heroic reception By Other | Last Updated: 13th February, 2020, 00:00

The World Cup-winning players of Bangladesh Under-19 National Cricket Team were given a heroic reception on their arrival at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital on Wednesday.…

WC victors given heroic reception

Sports, culture can keep youths away from drug, militancy: PM Sports, culture can keep youths away from drug, militancy: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday put emphasis on enhancing the practice of culture and sports to keep the young generation away from drug, terrorism and militancy, saying that it is indispensible…


Kapil, Azhar for action against ‘unruly’ India cricketers Kapil, Azhar for action against ‘unruly’ India cricketers

After the ICC Under-19 World Cup final was marred by an ugly scuffle between the cricketers from Bangladesh and India, former India captains Kapil Dev and Mohammad Azharuddin have called for ‘strict…

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Human traffickers active again Human traffickers active again

Human traffickers have reportedly become active again in trafficking fortune-seekers, especially Rohingyas, abroad in different ways. The miscreants had gone into hiding in the face of police…

Metropolis
No headway in construction of Anger Management Park No headway in construction of Anger Management Park

Architect Rafiq Azam and his firm ‘Shatotto’ expressed his dissatisfaction with the construction work of Anger Management Park of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) and wished to get relieved…

Sun Extra
‘Girls still facing discrimination’ ‘Girls still facing discrimination’

Bangladesh’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Rabab Fatima has said early childhood development and empowerment and education of girl child are among the priorities of UNICEF for…

Editorial
US Senator Kennedy in Bangladesh US Senator Kennedy in Bangladesh

American Senator Mr. Edward Kennedy came to Bangladesh on 14 February 1972 on a two-day visit. Senator Kennedy had, by that time, become a very popular personality to the people of Bangladesh for raising…

Business
All set for Bashundhara Bitumen Plant All set for Bashundhara Bitumen Plant

Bashundhara Group (BG), a leading industrial and business conglomerate in the country, is set to begin its venture in the bitumen sector as the first private company in the country’s history…

Education
Parents Involvement in Child Education: Why and How? Parents Involvement in Child Education: Why and How?

Parents’ involvement is a combination of commitment and active participation on the part of the parents to the school and the student. Parent involvement happens when teachers involve parents…

Asia
Doctors at China’s virus epicentre overworked, unprotected Doctors at China’s virus epicentre overworked, unprotected

BEIJING: Doctors on the frontline of China’s new coronavirus epidemic are facing a daunting task: treat an ever-growing number of infected patients and risk getting infected themselves due to…

World
Turkey, Russia trade accusations as Syria tensions rise Turkey, Russia trade accusations as Syria tensions rise

ISTANBUL: Turkey’s president accused Russia of committing “massacres” in its support of the Syrian regime on Wednesday, escalating a war of words as Turkish reinforcements arrived…

Culturetainment
National Drama Festival begins at BSA National Drama Festival begins at BSA

The National Drama Festival 2020 began at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) on Wednesday. Bangladesh Group Theatre Federation has organised the drama extravaganza in collaboration with the…

Winner
Victors At A Glance Victors At A Glance

Bangladesh Under-19 National Cricket Team players receive garlands of flowers on their arrival at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital from South Africa on Wednesday. 

My Districts
Crab farmers, exporters feel the pinch of coronavirus fallout Crab farmers, exporters feel the pinch of coronavirus fallout

KHULNA: The coronavirus outbreak in China has started taking its toll on crab farmers and exporters in Khulna region as its export to the world’s second economic giant remained suspended since…

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Australia bushfires ignite calls for indigenous fire practices Australia bushfires ignite calls for indigenous fire practices

SYDNEY: For tens of thousands of years, Australia’s Aboriginal people have used fire to manage the landscape, and after a summer of raging bushfires the practice is increasingly being seen as…

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