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Three jailed unto death, 5 others get 20 years By Other | Last Updated: 12th February, 2021, 00:00

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) on Thursday sentenced three people to jail unto death and five others to 20-year imprisonment for committing crimes against humanity during the War of Liberation…

Three jailed unto death, 5 others get 20 years

50,000 more homeless to get houses in Apr 50,000 more homeless to get houses in Apr

Some 50,000 more homeless and landless families are going to get homes in April next as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s gifts in the ‘Mujib Year’, reports UNB. Earlier in January,…


US-Bangla moves into top gear for gold smuggling

US-Bangla moves into top gear for gold smuggling

Smuggling of gold into the country is continuing unabated as US-Bangla Airlines and some syndicates have reportedly been active in smuggling the precious metal by aircraft. US-Bangla Airlines…


On-the-spot registration halted On-the-spot registration halted

Amid a mad rush of vaccine seekers to hospitals, the government has halted the on-the-spot registration process to run the corona vaccination programme smoothly. Health and Family Welfare Minister…

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Motivate rural people to get vaccinated Motivate rural people to get vaccinated

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday asked the members of Bangladesh Ansar and VDP to motivate rural people to receive the Covid-19 vaccine to eliminate the pandemic.  “I would…

Metropolis
Work to ensure public welfare: PM Work to ensure public welfare: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday called upon the elected public representatives to work for the welfare of the country and its people. “As the public representatives, your aim…

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Ample avenues of opportunities for Bangladesh, Maldives Ample avenues of opportunities for Bangladesh, Maldives

The relations between Bangladesh and the Maldives have never seen any vicissitude since the inception. Both the countries have stood…

Editorial
Plagiarism in Academic Research Must Be Taken Seriously Plagiarism in Academic Research Must Be Taken Seriously

Researchers create knowledge while the teachers disseminate it through classroom teaching. We know the very example of Isaac Newton when the apple falls on his head; he started the question with why…

Business
Valentine’s Day sales still gloomy Valentine’s Day sales still gloomy

Consumer confidence for ‘Valentine's Day’ luxury items like branded clothes and smartphones is yet to rebound ahead one of the world’s biggest festivals.  Couples…

Our faith
Islam’s concern for women Islam’s concern for women

When the religion of Islam was revealed to the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam (may Allah exalt his mention) it was the custom of the people of the pre-Islamic era to hate and detest women. Allah,…

World
India, China agree to pull back troops from disputed lake India, China agree to pull back troops from disputed lake

NEW DELHI: India and China have agreed to pull back troops from a bitterly contested lake area high in the western Himalayas, the Indian defence minister said on Thursday, in a breakthrough after a…

Culturetainment
‘Mannan Hira Memorial Festival’ at BSA ‘Mannan Hira Memorial Festival’ at BSA

In memory of playwright Mannan Hira, theatre troupe Aranyak Natyadal has arranged a two-day festival titled ‘Mannan Hira Soron Utsab’ at National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. …

Winner
Bonner helps WI post 223-5 Bonner helps WI post 223-5

West Indies batsman Nkrumah Bonner continued his good form with the bat as he made an unbeaten half-century that guided the visitors to 223-5 against Bangladesh at the close of first day’s play…

My Districts
Vast tract of cropland lie unutilised for unplanned sluice gate Vast tract of cropland lie unutilised for unplanned sluice gate

BEANIBAZAR: An unplanned sluice gate at Karsati canal and Kushira River’s connecting point in Sylhet’s Beanibazar upazila has turned around 3 lakh hectares of crop land barren according…

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