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Vested quarter out to destabilise country By Other | Last Updated: 3rd February, 2021, 00:00

When Bangladesh is marching rapidly towards massive development and on the way to surpass Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong by 2024 in terms of economic growth, a politically motivated vested quarter…

Vested quarter out to destabilise country

UN fears crackdown on Rohingyas in Myanmar UN fears crackdown on Rohingyas in Myanmar

The United Nations fears that the military coup in Myanmar will worsen the situation for hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims still in the country’s Rakhine state, UN spokesperson Stephane…


Govt rejects Al Jazeera report as smear campaign Govt rejects Al Jazeera report as smear campaign

The Bangladesh government has rejected the Al Jazeera report as a desperate politically motivated ‘smear campaign’ instigated by extremists and their allies working from London and elsewhere.…


Sale of spurious alcohol continues unabated Sale of spurious alcohol continues unabated

Spurious alcohol, mostly produced in local factories, is costing lives of many people, including college and university students, in the capital and other parts of the country. Sources said…

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Stranded expats returning to Qatar Stranded expats returning to Qatar

Expatriate workers who returned to Bangladesh amid the pandemic have started going back to their work with the Qatar government’s recent move of issuing re-entry visas. Sources say that…

Metropolis
Millions face risk of getting trafficked Millions face risk of getting trafficked

Migrants and people without jobs are among the groups most targeted by human traffickers, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said on Tuesday, warning that the economic fallout and job losses…

Editorial
An Incredible Gift in Mujib Year An Incredible Gift in Mujib Year

Regardless of economic ability, housing right is one of the basic rights of citizens of every nation globally. Food, clothing and shelter were marked as the basic needs of Bangladesh's people in…

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Urbanisation in Bangladesh Urbanisation in Bangladesh

The process of urbanisation is a natural phenomenon in human history. It is the process in which large numbers of people come and permanently reside in relatively small areas and later turning them…

Business
Black money won’t be good for economy Black money won’t be good for economy

Only giving the scope of whitening black money without breaking the vicious circle of illegal income will bring no good for the economy, speakers said on Tuesday at the ‘Bangladesh dialogue’…

Asia
Top Chinese diplomat calls for China, US to mend relations Top Chinese diplomat calls for China, US to mend relations

BEIJING: China’s top diplomat called on Tuesday for Beijing and Washington to put relations back on a predictable and constructive path, saying the United States should stop meddling in China’s…

World
Snowstorm hits US east coast Snowstorm hits US east coast

NEW YORK: A huge snowstorm has brought chaos to the United States’ east coast, shuttering airports, closing schools and forcing the postponement of coronavirus vaccinations into Tuesday morning…

Culturetainment
12th Jatra Utsab ends at BSA 12th Jatra Utsab ends at BSA

The 12th Jatra Utsab concluded at the Experimental Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Monday.   On the last day of the festival, Shonali Natyashongstha from Bogura staged…

Winner
Mominul wants Tigers to guard against complacency Mominul wants Tigers to guard against complacency

Bangladesh Test skipper Mominul Haque urged his team-mates to guard against complacency despite being the favourites in the two-match Test series against West Indies, starting today in Chattogram.…

My Districts
Call for media support to make corona vaccination programme a success Call for media support to make corona vaccination programme a success

RAJSHAHI: All-out cooperation of media both print and electronic has become crucial to make the forthcoming vaccination against coronavirus (Covid-19) successful in Rajshahi. Proactive and constructive…

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