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Govt moves to regulate video streaming sites By Other | Last Updated: 16th February, 2021, 00:00

The government is working to formulate a policy to regulate local and foreign digital video streaming sites that are accused of airing vulgar contents very often. People allege that video streaming…

Govt moves to regulate video streaming sites

From darkness to light From darkness to light

On January 10, 1972, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman touched the soil of independent Bangladesh. He returned to the land he loved from the core of his heart after nine months of captivity in Pakistan’s…


Modi’s visit to further boost Dhaka-Delhi relations Modi’s visit to further boost Dhaka-Delhi relations

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming visit to Bangladesh in March to join the golden jubilee celebrations of Bangladesh's independence and India-Bangladesh diplomatic relations…


FFs’ allowance to be raised to Tk 20,000 FFs’ allowance to be raised to Tk 20,000

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday announced that the minimum monthly allowance of valiant freedom fighters will be raised to Tk 20,000 from the existing Tk 12,000. The Prime Minister made…

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AL wins crushing victory for its popularity AL wins crushing victory for its popularity

Awami League mayoral candidates have won a crushing victory in four phases of the municipal elections due to the wide popularity of the ruling party in the country. Awami League’s tremendous…

Metropolis
Time comes to assess what we’ve done for people: President Time comes to assess what we’ve done for people: President

President Abdul Hamid on Monday said the time has come to evaluate how much has been done or is being done for the welfare of the people of the country. “The people devoted themselves…

Editorial
Recognising Achievements of the Government Recognising Achievements of the Government

Now the talk of the country is the vaccination drive that is going on in the country for the last couple of days. The initial pilot run was inaugurated by Honourable Prime Sheikh Hasina to observe…

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Multilateralism: The Torch for All Multilateralism: The Torch for All

Some say 2020 callously revealed the world to be existentialist in nature, where certainty is but an illusion and human experience unreliable. One year into the covid-19 pandemic, people around the…

Business
Small industries have little access to bailout deals Small industries have little access to bailout deals

The economy is most likely to need a second bailout for sustainable recovery and that should focus on SMEs and employment, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) observed on Monday. In its half-yearly…

Asia
Suu Kyi detention extended as protests continue in Myanmar Suu Kyi detention extended as protests continue in Myanmar

YANGON: Myanmar’s military leaders have extended their detention of deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi, whose remand was set to expire on Monday and whose freedom is a key demand of the crowds of…

World
US lawmakers call for 9/11-style commission to probe Capitol riot US lawmakers call for 9/11-style commission to probe Capitol riot

WASHINGTON: Democratic and Republican lawmakers have issued fresh calls for a bipartisan 9/11-style commission to investigate why government officials and law enforcement failed to stop the attack…

Culturetainment
19th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh now begins on Nov 1 19th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh now begins on Nov 1

The 19th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh has been rescheduled for November 1 to December 31 due to coronavirus pandemic. The two-month-long exhibition will be held at National Art Gallery of Bangladesh…

Winner
Windies over the moon after incredible series win Windies over the moon after incredible series win

Only a few very optimistic people in the cricket fraternity might have seen West Indies with any chances against Bangladesh in their backyard before the start of the two-match Test series earlier this…

My Districts
Bumper garlic yield expected in Natore dist Bumper garlic yield expected in Natore dist

NATORE: Garlic farmers in the district have not only become solvent but have also constructed buildings with the profit they earned by selling their produce. Farmers in the district cultivate…

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Malaysia defends plan to deport Myanmar nationals Malaysia defends plan to deport Myanmar nationals

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia on Monday defended a plan to deport 1,200 Myanmar nationals on navy ships sent from their homeland just weeks after a coup, following criticism from the United Nations, reports…

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