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Mega projects see 56.3pc progress By Other | Last Updated: 9th February, 2021, 00:00

The government’s top priority megaprojects, seen as transformational schemes, have advanced more than 55 percent on an average until the first half of the current 2020-21 fiscal year. Nine…

Mega projects see 56.3pc progress

Now all above 40 years eligible for vaccination Now all above 40 years eligible for vaccination

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday directed the authorities concerned to take necessary steps to vaccinate all the people aged above 40 years, in a move to bring more people under the inoculation…


Truth coming to light Truth coming to light

Different intelligence agencies have started an investigation against Sami, one of the main characters in Al Jazeera’s documentary that was aired to tarnish the image of Bangladesh Army and the…


His arrest and formation of Mujibnagar Government His arrest and formation of Mujibnagar Government

After the curfew was lifted on March 27, 1971, people started fleeing from Dhaka to the rural areas and many crossed the border to save their lives. The most vulnerable groups who were targeted by…

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Many militants to surrender soon Many militants to surrender soon

A large number of fugitive members of different militant groups have expressed  their willingness to surrender to the Rapid Action Battalion soon for their return to a normal life. Many…

Metropolis
‘Don’t get confused over propaganda’ ‘Don’t get confused over propaganda’

Food Minister Sadhan Chandra Majumder on Monday urged people not to get puzzled over the propaganda regarding the Covid-19 vaccine.  “A vested quarter has been involved in spreading…

Editorial
Covid-19: Reflections and Ramifications Covid-19: Reflections and Ramifications

It has already been almost a year since the Corona pandemic struck the world. Literally, it has brought havoc for many in the world with the so-called developed countries becoming the worst sufferers.…

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Bangladesh-Maldives Bilateral Relations: Looking Beyond the Horizon Bangladesh-Maldives Bilateral Relations: Looking Beyond the Horizon

The Maldives is a tropical paradise of deep blue seas, colourful coral reefs, white sandy beaches and palm trees. Steeped in natural beauty, its people have long spent their days savouring the very…

Business
Govt to tighten grip on commodity market Govt to tighten grip on commodity market

The government is tightening its grip on the commodity market by introducing a new price-fixing method. As part of the efforts, the government has formed a nine-member committee to set up a…

Asia
UN experts alarmed by rise in Thailand’s royal insult cases UN experts alarmed by rise in Thailand’s royal insult cases

BANGKOK: United Nations human rights experts on Monday spoke out against Thailand’s increasing use of a law forbidding criticism of its royal family, singling out a 43-year sentence for an elderly…

World
Dutch hit by first snowstorm in 10 yrs as Europe shivers Dutch hit by first snowstorm in 10 yrs as Europe shivers

THE HAGUE: The Netherlands and parts of Germany were blanketed on Sunday by a snowstorm that disrupted planes and trains and put some coronavirus testing on hold, reports AFP. Britain was also…

Culturetainment
‘Priyo Komla’ to be released on Independence Day ‘Priyo Komla’ to be released on Independence Day

Popular actors Bappy Chowdhury and Apu Biswas starrer movie ‘Priyo Komla’ will be released on Independence Day on March 26. Shahriar Nazim Joy has directed the movie produced by Impress…

Winner
Kings in seventh heaven Kings in seventh heaven

Bashundhara Kings continued their domination in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League as they extended their winning streak to seven matches with a 3-0 goal win over Muktijoddha Sangsad krira Chakra…

My Districts
Many Rangpur people become self-reliant thru nursery business Many Rangpur people become self-reliant thru nursery business

RANGPUR: Some one lakh people of the region are helping their families in leading a better through nursery business. Officials of the Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) said nursery…

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24 die in Morocco underground factory flood 24 die in Morocco underground factory flood

RABAT: At least 24 people died after heavy rain flooded an illegal underground textile workshop in a private house in Morocco’s port of Tangiers, the state news agency reported on Monday.…

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