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Online shoppers being cheated By Other | Last Updated: 24th June, 2020, 00:00

Many online fraudulent groups become active across the country amid the coronavirus situation, taking advantage of the ‘stay at home’ practice that shifted the attention to online platforms…

Online shoppers being cheated

No traditional hajj this year No traditional hajj this year

Saudi Arabia has officially informed Bangladesh that there would be no traditional hajj this year due to the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Prince…


Three MPs amass illegal wealth Three MPs amass illegal wealth

Three lawmakers are busy grabbing the lion’s share of the country’s resources although the government is set to achieve socioeconomic development leaving “no one behind”.…


MP’s involvement in human trafficking disrespect for JS: TIB MP’s involvement in human trafficking disrespect for JS: TIB

Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) on Tuesday said the allegation of human trafficking and money laundering against a lawmaker is a disrespectful example for the politic of Bangladesh.…

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‘Irrelevant’ sectors included in social safety net ‘Irrelevant’ sectors included in social safety net

A massive plan to spend nearly Tk1 trillion on social safety net has been rolled out in the budget for FY’21, but inclusion of some “irrelevant” sectors in it has raised questions.…

Metropolis
Standing by nation is AL’s tradition: Quader Standing by nation is AL’s tradition: Quader

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Tuesday said the party’s tradition is to stand by the countrymen during any national disaster or crisis since its founding. “It is…

Editorial
Quandaries of Enforcing Zone-Based Lockdown Quandaries of Enforcing Zone-Based Lockdown

The situation of COVID-19 infection has become worse with time in Bangladesh as over the past two weeks more than 3,000 positive patients from about 15,000 tests have been diagnosed positive. Public…

Business
Banking sector to be back on track after September Banking sector to be back on track after September

The country’s banking sector will recover from the Covid-19 shock after September this year, state-run Janata Bank Managing Director Abdus Salam Azad has said. “The entire economy…

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‘Digitelligent World’: Growing Investment in Research and Development ‘Digitelligent World’: Growing Investment in Research and Development

Information and Communication Technologies over the past decade have changed the world. It forms a fundamental part of almost all sectors, be it industrial, educational, medicinal, communication or…

Asia
Balloons, speakers raise Korean border tensions Balloons, speakers raise Korean border tensions

SEOUL: South Korean activists say they have flown propaganda-carrying balloons across the border in to North Korea, the latest provocation in an escalation of tensions between the two neighbours, reports…

World
Russia, Europe trade barbs over WWII narratives Russia, Europe trade barbs over WWII narratives

MOSCOW: The Kremlin has become entrenched in a war of words with Europe over the legacy of World War II, as both sides accuse each other of cynically rewriting history for political gain., reports…

Culturetainment
Call for formulation of guidelines to check digital piracy Call for formulation of guidelines to check digital piracy

Amidst the ongoing debate over the substance of the web series, eminent directors of the country’s showbiz arena have urged the authorities concerned to formulate policy guidelines to halt digital…

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Bangladesh-NZ series postponed Bangladesh-NZ series postponed

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) on Tuesday have officially agreed to postpone the upcoming Test series in August and September for a later date. It becomes the…

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Acute drinking water crisis in Amphan-hit Sharankhola Acute drinking water crisis in Amphan-hit Sharankhola

BAGERHAT: People is Amphan-hit Sharankhola upazila have been facing acute drinking water crisis as saline water gushed into the villages during the cyclone destroying their sources of safe water including…

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