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Most accused go unpunished By Other | Last Updated: 9th January, 2021, 00:00

Around 92 percent accused have been exonerated or acquitted of charges in the cases filed over cybercrimes in the last eight years as the prosecution failed to prove the allegations. Legal experts…

Most accused go unpunished

Calls mount for Trump’s removal Calls mount for Trump’s removal

Washington: Democratic leaders have called for Donald Trump to be forced from office before his term ends on 20 January for his role in inciting the mob attack on the US Congress, in what his successor,…


Facebook bans Trump 'indefinitely' Facebook bans Trump 'indefinitely'

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook has banned President Donald Trump from the platform "indefinitely" due to his efforts to incite violence at the US Capitol, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday,…


Dihan confesses to his involvement Dihan confesses to his involvement

Iftekhar Fardin Dihan, arrested in connection with rape and murder of an 'O' level student of Mastermind School in Kalabagan area, gave his confessional statement before a Dhaka court on Friday.…

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Farmers frustrated over falling onion prices Farmers frustrated over falling onion prices

The falling prices of onion amid continuous import of the cooking ingredient in the local harvesting season have frustrated farmers. The growers said they will not be able to meet even the production…

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‘Bangalees get real freedom after Bangabandhu returns home’ ‘Bangalees get real freedom after Bangabandhu returns home’

Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque on Friday said that after Bangabandhu's return to Bangladesh on 10 January, 1972, the Bengali nation got a real taste of liberation, reports BSS.…

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Crucifixion of American Democracy Crucifixion of American Democracy

Just for one man’s lust for power and greed, democracy in America as envisaged by its founding fathers died a tragic death on Wednesday, 6th January 2021. The man is none other than the outgoing…

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Poetry Gossips Poetry Gossips

Poetry is a beautiful way of expressing one’s feelings and thoughts. It’s an epitaph of word crafts in the world of literature. Poets, on the other hand, are respected for their expertise…

Asia
India govt won’t repeal agricultural laws India govt won’t repeal agricultural laws

NEW DELHI:  Union government has told protesting farm unions it “cannot and will not repeal” three contentious agricultural laws during the eighth round of talks which took place on…

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Iran in no rush to see US return to nuclear deal: Khamenei Iran in no rush to see US return to nuclear deal: Khamenei

TEHRAN: Iran is in no hurry to see the US return to a 2015 nuclear deal with major powers after Joe Biden takes office this month, its supreme leader said Friday. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said…

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Corona: Jatra artistes struggling for survival Corona: Jatra artistes struggling for survival

It is now difficult to have the feelings of those winter nights for the people who have never gone to enjoy the performance of Jatra artistes, skipping the eyes of their parents. Besides social…

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Saifuddin starts bowling after rehab Saifuddin starts bowling after rehab

Bangladesh all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin on Friday expressed his confidence of recovering completely before the start of the preparation camp ahead of the upcoming home series against West Indies.…

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DAE sets target to cultivate Boro on 1.25 hectares in Gaibandha DAE sets target to cultivate Boro on 1.25 hectares in Gaibandha

GAIBANDHA: Of the targeted area to be brought under Boro cultivation, 1,25,200 hectares of land in Gaibandha district in the current season. The Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) has…

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Iran bans import of US and UK-made corona vaccines Iran bans import of US and UK-made corona vaccines

TEHRAN: Iran's supreme leader on Friday banned the import of American and British-produced vaccines against Covid-19, saying they were "completely untrustworthy", reports AFP. "Importing…

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