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Agri sector shows resilience amid pandemic By Other | Last Updated: 2nd January, 2021, 00:00

The agriculture sector played an important role in keeping the country’s crop production stable and ensure food security the during the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the devastating impact…

Agri sector shows resilience amid pandemic

Distribution of new textbooks begins across country Distribution of new textbooks begins across country

Textbook distribution among the students of pre-primary to class-IX began across the country on Friday without the usual fanfare due to the ongoing pandemic. Keeping up with a decade-long tradition,…


Economy braces for new challenges in 2021 Economy braces for new challenges in 2021

Bangladesh has faced major economic challenges in 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic has spread with alarming speed globally, infecting millions, and bringing economic activity to…


Corona deaths, infections decline Corona deaths, infections decline

The numbers of daily coronavirus infection cases and deaths declined across the country, including in Dhaka, in the last 24 hours till Friday morning. According to Directorate General of Health…

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AL proves to be pro-people AL proves to be pro-people

The ruling Awami League, once again, has proved that it is a pro-people party as the party put in their best efforts to provide assistance for the people amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic while…

Metropolis
$3.2bn UN budget for 2021 okayed $3.2bn UN budget for 2021 okayed

United Nations member states have approved $3.231 billion to fund the global Organisation’s regular budget for 2021. The general assembly body dealing with UN administrative and budgetary…

Editorial
Covid-19 and Resilient Bangladesh Covid-19 and Resilient Bangladesh

In about three months’ time, Bangladesh will be completing fifty years of its independence. Over last fifty years Bangladesh has gone through many ups and downs,  entered dark alleys, fallen…

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The World Is Changing Too Fast The World Is Changing Too Fast

“Change is the only constant in life” –Heraclitus Still trying to figure out how a few days back it was and now it seems so far away and unreachable. The world was changing…

Asia
Afghan dairy entrepreneur walks political tightrope to stay afloat Afghan dairy entrepreneur walks political tightrope to stay afloat

ARGHANDAB: Brightly coloured milk bottles whizz off the production line at the Milko factory in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, the result of entrepreneur Ghami Mia treading a careful line with…

World
World welcomes New Year amid pandemic World welcomes New Year amid pandemic

NEW YORK: Confetti fluttered on to frontline workers scattered across Times Square after fireworks burst above eerily quiet landmarks from Sydney Harbour Bridge to Copacabana beach, as the world ushered…

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Liberation War Affairs Ministry to make ‘Operation Jackpot’ Liberation War Affairs Ministry to make ‘Operation Jackpot’

The Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has taken initiatives to make a historical film ‘Operation Jackpot’ over Liberation War. A committee has already been formed in this regard, said…

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Sheikh Russel knocked out Sheikh Russel knocked out

Sheikh Russel Krira Chakra Limited conceded a 0-2 defeat against Chittagong Abahoni Limited in the first quarter-final of the ongoing Walton Federation Cup at Bangabandhu National Stadium (BNS) on…

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Rangpur farmers happy with onion yield, price Rangpur farmers happy with onion yield, price

RANGPUR: Onion has arrived in the local markets of the district. Bumper production of onion along with its better price has made hundreds of people living in char areas of Rangpur agriculture region…

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