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Students trapped for tuition fees By Other | Last Updated: 9th May, 2020, 00:00

Different educational institutions, including some private universities and English medium schools, are pressuring the guardians of students to pay tuition, examination and other fees within the deadlines…

Students trapped for tuition fees

Corona corners children Corona corners children

Children are suffering most from their day-to-day stay indoors as the country is currently under lockdown in the wake of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic. In the current situation, no one can get…


Thousands of migrants stranded: UN Thousands of migrants stranded: UN

GENEVA: Many thousands of migrants have been left stranded by the coronavirus pandemic, unable to move due to lockdowns and border closures around the globe, the United Nations said Thursday, reports…


Exports plunge 83pc in April Exports plunge 83pc in April

Export earnings plunged by almost 83 per cent in April as the global supply chain and production remain halted amid the coronavirus outbreak. Export income fell by 82.85 per cent to only $520.01…

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Bumper mango production likely Bumper mango production likely

The plucking of the most juicy summer fruit mango will start in the middle of May with its Guti varieties in northern region and other improved varieties in Sathkharia and hill tracts.  …

Metropolis
Around 11m carries thalassemia: WHO Around 11m carries thalassemia: WHO

The World Thalassemia Day was observed in the country as elsewhere across the world on Friday to raise awareness about the disease. Bangladesh Thalassemia Foundation, Sandhani, Medicine Club…

Editorial
Remodelling Bangladesh’s Agriculture Sector Remodelling Bangladesh’s Agriculture Sector

Agriculture has always played a vital role in the economy of Bangladesh. During the twenty-three-year rule of Pakistan, jute and tea were the main cash crops and the bulk of its foreign trade consisted…

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Innovation for a Green Future Innovation for a Green Future

A wearer hardly considers that it takes around 7,600 litres of water to make a pair of jeans. The benefits of a car are clear to everybody. In addition to life’s necessities, they are a source…

Asia
India boosts output of anti-malarial drug hyped by Trump India boosts output of anti-malarial drug hyped by Trump

NEW DELHI: India has ramped up output of an anti-malarial drug hailed by US President Donald Trump as a “game-changer” in the fight against coronavirus, even as its pharmaceutical industry…

World
US Senate fails to override Trump veto on Iran war powers US Senate fails to override Trump veto on Iran war powers

WASHINGTON: The US Senate on Thursday failed to override President Donald Trump's veto of a bipartisan measure that would have limited his power to attack Iran, reports AFP. Lawmakers voted…

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Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniv observed digitally Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniv observed digitally

The 159th birth anniversary of Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore was celebrated across the country on Friday. To maintain the social distancing and other Covid-19 guidelines, celebration programmes…

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Mushy’s bat goes on auction today Mushy’s bat goes on auction today

Veteran wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim's prized double-ton hitting bat will go up for auction today. The auction will be held in country’s first online sports goods auction platform…

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275 new corona cases detected in two divisions 275 new corona cases detected in two divisions

275 new corona cases have been detected in two divisions in the last 24 hours till 12:00 noon on Friday.   BSS says in Rangpur: The total number of coronavirus (Covid-19) positive…

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