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73 top criminals still out of trace By Other | Last Updated: 9th September, 2020, 00:00

A total of 73 top Bangladeshi criminals have still remained out of reach of law enforcers though they are most wanted by the Interpol in the wake of their violent criminal activities. The criminals,…

73 top criminals 
still out of trace

Traffic chaos back in capital Traffic chaos back in capital

The plight of the city commuters, particularly those passing through Malibagh, Rampura and middle Badda routes, knows no bounds as traffic congestion has turned daily trips into nightmares these days.…


Two Myanmar
soldiers confess
to their crimes Two Myanmar soldiers confess to their crimes

Two men believed to be deserters from Myanmar's army confessed to their crimes in the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague about their participation, under military orders, in the 2017…


Bangladesh wins UN awards for e-recruitment
Bangladesh wins UN awards for e-recruitment

United Nations (UN) recognised Bangladesh with WSIS awards for developing electronic system for recruitment in government offices. Bangladesh National Digital Architecture (BNDA) team of Bangladesh…

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Corona infections dropping in country Corona infections dropping in country

The COVID-19 infection rate has been decreasing in Bangladesh for the last few days while the recovery rate has reached around 70 per cent. “After analyzing last six months’ infection…

Metropolis
84 docs die of corona so far 84 docs die of corona so far

Over 7,867 health professionals, including physicians and nurses, have so far been infected with coronavirus while 84 doctors died from Covid-19 across the country. According to the Bangladesh…

Editorial
Brutality on Government Officials Brutality on

Government Officials

I was dismayed to see the bloody face of Wahida Khanam-the UNO of GhoraghatUpazila in Dinajpur district - on social, print and electronic media in the last few days who was under brutal attack with…

Business
Kodda 150MW station seeks default interest waiver Kodda 150MW station seeks default interest waiver

The B-R PowerGen Limited, a join venture of the state-owned enterprise, has sought interest waiver against its default loans and re-scheduling of bank loan amortization for a year for Kodda 150MW Power…

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India-Bangladesh Relationship towards a Healthy Hike India-Bangladesh Relationship towards a Healthy Hike

Bangladesh shares a common socio-political heritage with its biggest neighbour India. The people of the countries are from common ancestors and they participate in similar cultural activities. So,…

Asia
World must be prepared for next pandemic: WHO World must be prepared for next pandemic: WHO

GENEVA: The head of the World Health Organisation has called on countries to invest in their public health systems, as he stressed that the world must be better prepared for the next pandemic, report…

World
California wildfires burn 2m acres California wildfires burn 2m acres

NORTH FORK: Wildfires in California have torched a record more than two million acres, the state fire department said Monday, as smoke hampered efforts to airlift dozens of people trapped by an uncontrolled…

Culturetainment
Amit Hasan completes 30 yrs in film industry Amit Hasan completes 30 yrs in film industry

Dhallywood actor Amit Hasan has completed 30 years in the film industry. He first appeared in the film ‘Chetona’ directed by Chhotku Ahmed in 1990.  The actor has worked in numerous…

Winner
Sammilita Parishad submits nomination Sammilita Parishad submits nomination

The three-time Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) President Kazi Salahuddin, incumbent senior vice-president Abdus Salam Murshedy, Bashundhara Kings President Imrul Hasan and their 21-member panel…

My Districts
Farmers happy with Aush yield Farmers happy

with Aush yield

RAJSHAHI: Farmers in different districts of Rajshahi division are smiling with satisfaction at the bumper yield of Aush paddy. Due to better yield than the target, interest in Aush cultivation is increasing…

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