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Govt turns blind eye By Other | Last Updated: 5th July, 2021, 00:00

Despite the installation of security devices to filter internet links of social media and other sites, the government authorities apppear to be turning a blind eye to the continued posting of malicious…

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Country sees new record of 153 corona deaths Country sees new record of 153 corona deaths

Fatalities and infections from coronavirus continue to rise at an alarming rate in Bangladesh as the country saw a new record of 153 deaths, and 8,661 cases from the deadly bug in the last 24 hours…


Breeding ground for mosquitoes Breeding ground for mosquitoes

Thousands of old tyres have been kept by the Dhaka-Chattogram highway in Siddhirganj of Narayanganj district for sale, contributing to breeding of Aedes mosquito, the vector of dengue fever. Dengue…


Movement of small vehicles increases on roads in capital Movement of small vehicles increases on roads in capital

Movement of small vehicles, including private cars, microbuses and motorbikes, increased on the streets in the capital on Sunday, the fourth day of the countrywide weeklong strict lockdown. The…

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City dwellers suffer for waterlogging City dwellers suffer for waterlogging

Residents of many areas in the capital suffered all day long due to  waterlogging after heavy downpour on Sunday morning. City residents, particularly those who went outside for attending…

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No BNP man found even for photo session: Hasan No BNP man found even for photo session: Hasan

Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Sunday said leaders and activists of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its allies were not found even for photo session during the second…

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Sports Bringing Back Life Sports Bringing Back Life

These days, besides the monotonous, dreadful and frustrating news about the pandemic, media of all forms are buzzed with the news of sports of all kinds around the world. It started perhaps with cricket…

Business
55pc industrial managers lack college degree in Bangladesh 55pc industrial managers lack college degree in Bangladesh

55 percent Bangladeshi industries are managed by people without a college degree, says a World Bank study, stressing on firms’ capabilities and technology upgradation to create more sustainable…

Asia
Taliban seize key Kandahar district after fierce fighting Taliban seize key Kandahar district after fierce fighting

KANDAHAR: The Taliban have captured a key district in their former bastion of Kandahar after fierce night-time fighting with Afghan government forces, officials said on Sunday, sending scores of families…

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Canadian military on alert as wildfires rage Canadian military on alert as wildfires rage

OTTAWA: The Canadian military was on standby Saturday to help evacuate towns and fight more than 170 wildfires fueled by a record-smashing heat wave and tinder-dry conditions as the government in Ottawa…

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Messi magic takes Argentina to Copa semis Messi magic takes Argentina to Copa semis

Lionel Messi scored one goal and created two others as Argentina beat Ecuador 3-0 in Goiania on Saturday to reach the Copa America semi-finals. In Tuesday's last four match, the 14-time…

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Corona cases soar again in Russia amid Delta variant Corona cases soar again in Russia amid Delta variant

MOSCOW: Russia on Sunday counted more than 25,000 new daily infections after a week of record deaths tolls as the highly contagious Delta variant propels a global resurgence of the pandemic, reports…

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Amazon and global e-commerce Amazon and global e-commerce

A quarter of a century after he founded Amazon in a Seattle garage, Jeff Bezos is preparing to loosen his grip on his 1.7 trillion US dollar company. Few employees in the sphere conservatories…

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