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A quarter out to create unrest By Other | Last Updated: 8th October, 2020, 00:00

A vested quarter has allegedly resorted to a desperate attempt to cause unrest in the country, cashing in on the ongoing nationwide demonstrations against the recent rape incidents. Sources…

A quarter out to create unrest

Four arrested for 
‘rape’ in 4 dists Four arrested for ‘rape’ in 4 dists

Law enforcers arrested four persons in four districts on Tuesday in connection with the rape incidents. In Manikganj, police arrested a man allegedly for raping his daughter. The arrestee…


Bashundhara LPG prices unchanged despite hike in global rate Bashundhara LPG prices unchanged despite hike in global rate

Bashundhara LPG has kept the retail prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) unchanged despite a price hike both in local and international markets. A price hike in the international market has…


No HSC exams this year No HSC exams this year

The government has cancelled this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations due to Covid-19 pandemic. The examinees will be evaluated based on the results…

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Act fast to save the planet Act fast to save 
the planet

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday said it is today, not tomorrow, to take action to save the planet as mankind is going to lose its 'war against nature', reports UNB. "In…

Metropolis
Dhaka calls for durable solution to Rohingya crisis Dhaka calls for durable solution to Rohingya crisis

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen apprehended that uncertainty may be created in the region if the Rohingya crisis is not resolved and urged the influential and big countries to find a long-lasting solution…

Editorial
Bangabandhu in Iraq Bangabandhu in Iraq

We know that Iraq is the first Muslim country to recognise Bangladesh. The Government of Iraq and its people stood by us not only by recognising Bangladesh on 8 July 1972 as an independent and sovereign…

Business
Commercial aromatic rice farming shows bright prospects Commercial aromatic rice farming shows bright prospects

Lucrative price, low production cost and higher demand of aromatic rice in local and overseas markets are drawing much attention of farmers to cultivate the crop commercially in many parts across the…

Education
Overcoming Covid-19 Challenges in Vocational Skills Training Overcoming Covid-19 Challenges in Vocational Skills Training

Skilled manpower is one of the major benchmarks of a nation that denotes progress in a sustainable manner. A major portion of the population in Bangladesh currently falls into the group of young age…

Asia
Sri Lanka widens curfew as corona cases surge Sri Lanka widens curfew as corona cases surge

COLOMBO: Authorities in Sri Lanka on Wednesday widened a curfew and warned of legal action against those evading treatment for COVID-19 after reporting a growing cluster centered around a garment factory…

World
‘Forces of darkness’ dividing US: Biden ‘Forces of darkness’ dividing US: Biden

GETTYSBURG: White House hopeful Joe Biden warned on Tuesday that “the forces of darkness” are dividing Americans, saying that as president he would strive to “end the hate and fear”…

Culturetainment
Apu, Moushumi Hamid in ‘Chhai Chaapa Agun’ Apu, Moushumi Hamid in ‘Chhai Chaapa Agun’

Popular scriptwriter and director Matia Banu Shuku has made a mark on the small screen by presenting numerous audience-acclaimed dramas and telefilms. In this continuation, she has written another…

Winner
Victors begin new journey Victors begin new journey

Bangladesh Under-19 World Cup winning squad members began their journey as they started their High Performance Unit camp at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Wednesday. 12 members of…

My Districts
Bumper T-Aman yield expected in Bogura Bumper T-Aman yield

expected in Bogura

BOGURA: Farmers are expecting a bumper harvest of T-Aman this season, for the first time in Bogura in five years. The overall production of the crop in Bogura is also good. Bumper T-Aman…

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