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Quacks cheat patients By Other | Last Updated: 4th September, 2020, 00:00

Quacks continue to allure patients with fake promises for quick recovery from different diseases within a short time, violating laws in the country. Such a practice of treatment is commonplace…

Quacks cheat patients

Dinajpur UNO attacked by miscreants in house Dinajpur UNO attacked by miscreants in house

Ghoraghat Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Wahida Khanam and her father were injured in an attack by miscreants at her government residence in the upazila of Dinajpur early on Thursday. The UNO…


An anecdote of
self-reliance
An anecdote of self-reliance

Sixty-year-old Ayesha Begum is a woman who tried her hand in several professions from being a domestic maid to working in a ready-made garment factory. But neither those jobs could meet her…


Chemical godowns still 
endanger Old Dhaka Chemical godowns still endanger Old Dhaka

The risky chemical godowns have still remained in old Dhaka because of the irregularities and grafts of government agencies, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) said on Thursday. This…

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‘Homoeopathy can be alternative treatment for coronavirus’ ‘Homoeopathy can be 
alternative treatment 
for coronavirus’

Homoeopathy, an alternative medicine system, can be used to treat patients infected with coronavirus, a deadly virus that turns into pandemic worldwide, including Bangladesh, homeopathy experts claimed.…

Metropolis
‘Impact of corona on food unpredictable’ ‘Impact of corona on 
food unpredictable’

Agriculture Minister Abdur Razzaque on Thursday said it is difficult to predict what the long-term impact will be on food and nutrition security due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the…

Editorial
Departure of a Seasoned Politician and Super Consensus Builder Departure of a Seasoned Politician and Super Consensus Builder

Finally, Bharat Ratna, the former Indian President Pranab Mukherjee bade goodbye to this world. He left behind a legacy that no other politician in the contemporary history can match. He spent 50 years…

Our faith
Role of Qur’anic ethics in daily life Role of Qur’anic ethics in daily life

Ethics is prescriptive, not descriptive. Ethics teaches us what we ought to do, not what we do. We ought to treat others with kindness, compassion, respect, and so on. In other words, an ethical person…

Business
Delay in loan disbursement slows recovery in rural economy Delay in loan disbursement slows recovery in rural economy

Loan disbursement in agriculture and rural SME sector is yet to gather pace even five months into the formation of the stimulus funds aimed at helping the country’s economy cope with the economic…

Asia
Corona death toll in Asia tops 100,000 Corona death toll in Asia tops 100,000

PARIS: Asia has registered more than 100,000 deaths linked to the new coronavirus since it first emerged in December, according to an AFP tally based on official sources on Thursday. A total…

World
Navalny poisoned with Novichok Navalny poisoned 
with Novichok

BERLIN: Western leaders demanded explanations from Moscow on Wednesday after Germany said that Alexei Navalny was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent in an attempt to “silence” the Russian…

Culturetainment
Happy birthday, Sabina Yasmin Happy birthday, Sabina Yasmin

Today is the birthday of prominent singer of the sub continent Sabina Yasmin. Her fans, friends, and well-wishers from around the world have sent their greetings to the artiste as she steps into 67th…

Winner
Shakib to quarantine in BKSP Shakib to quarantine in BKSP

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is expected to complete his quarantine in Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP) where he is expected to take preparation to be ready for international cricket…

My Districts
Kishoreganj farmers happy over bumper Arum cultivation Kishoreganj farmers happy over bumper Arum cultivation

KISHOREGANJ: Arum, locally known as ‘Latiraj’, cultivation has brought fortune for many farmers in the district with its bumper production and high profit this season. The good arum…

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Rohingya arrested at sea shunted back to Myanmar camps Rohingya arrested at sea shunted back to Myanmar camps

YANGON: Myanmar has returned dozens of Rohingya to camps in conflict-wracked Rakhine state, officials said Thursday, after arresting them at sea as they tried to flee what rights groups brand as “apartheid”…

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