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‘Amphan’ may hit coast tomorrow By Other | Last Updated: 19th May, 2020, 00:00

Super cyclone ‘Amphan’ is likely to cross Bangladesh coast by tomorrow with power, which can cause massive destruction, weather officials said on Monday. The cyclone may intensify…

‘Amphan’ may hit coast tomorrow

Deeply enmeshed in the Language Movement Deeply enmeshed in the Language Movement

We previously discussed how the language movement started in Dhaka University following the creation of Pakistan, and how emerging political leader Sheikh Mujib played a pioneering role with his co-leaders.…


Eid holidaymakers stream out of capital Eid holidaymakers stream out of capital

Ignoring social distancing and health guidelines, a huge number of home-bound people are leaving the capital and its adjoining Tongi, Gazipur and Savar areas for their ancestral homes to celebrate…


BB guidelines for normal banking operations BB guidelines for normal banking operations

Bangladesh Bank (BB) has issued 13 guidelines for the banks to resume normal banking operations gradually while taking necessary precautions to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. The guidelines…

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Pvt varsities running illegal campus Pvt varsities running illegal campus

The country’s nine private universities are operating unapproved campuses and another one is running illegal campus, violating the private university act.      …

Metropolis
‘BNP’s persistent lies tantamount to criminal offence’ ‘BNP’s persistent lies tantamount to criminal offence’

Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Monday alleged that BNP’s continuous lies about the coronavirus situation amount to a criminal offense. “The way BNP leaders, particularly…

Editorial
Doctor-patient Relationship in 21st Century Doctor-patient Relationship in 21st Century

Professions have multiplied since the middle ages when the term "profession" referred only to law, medicine and priesthood. Historically, what priests, doctors, or lawyers professed was an…

Business
Fate of 443 on-going ADP projects uncertain Fate of 443 on-going  ADP projects uncertain

Uncertainty has griped 443 ongoing ADP projects, deadline of which is expiring this June, as a result of officials’ negligence in extending their deadline amid COVID-19 fallout.  …

Post-logue
Lighthouse of Conscience, Lights-out Lighthouse of Conscience, Lights-out

“Death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind.” – John Donne Bangladesh is home to bold and inspiring men. These amazing men have set leadership examples for the world…

Asia
5 killed in Afghanistan car bomb attack 5 killed in Afghanistan car bomb attack

GHAZNI: A car bomb attack targeting an Afghan intelligence agency installation in the eastern province of Ghazni killed at least five people on Monday, an official said. “The terrorists…

World
US will be expelled from Iraq, Syria: Khamenei US will be expelled from Iraq, Syria: Khamenei

TEHRAN: Iran’s supreme leader said Sunday that the United States will be expelled from Iraq and Syria and alleged that even Washington’s allies “abhor” it now, reports AFP.…

Culturetainment
‘Music against Hunger’ to raise funds for needy people ‘Music against Hunger’ to raise funds for needy people

Four popular singers of the country– Tahsan Rahman Khan, Raef Al Hasan Rafa, Minar Rahman and Rashed Uddin Ahmed Topu will perform live on social media on May 23 and 24. They will participate…

Winner
Booters frustrated by BPL’s cancellation Booters frustrated by BPL’s cancellation

Country’s football community especially booters are frustrated with the decision of cancelling the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) season. Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF)…

My Districts
People’s sufferings know no bounds People’s sufferings know no bounds

DACOPE: ‘I cross the river to collect the water and back in between seven to ten days. Our sufferings are reach in high during the summer, especially in March to June every year’, said…

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