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Social media run sans law By Other | Last Updated: 6th July, 2021, 00:00

Social media companies are being operated without any regulation in Bangladesh, leading to various crimes, but the government authorities appear to be turning a blind eye to the important issue.…

Social media run sans law

Corona spreading fast to villages


Corona spreading fast to villages

Coronavirus has been spreading fast to villages in different parts of the country, particularly in border districts, for the last few days as fatalities and infections from the deadly bug continue…


Corona surge lays bare crisis of ICU beds Corona surge lays bare crisis of ICU beds

The crisis of intensive care unit (ICU) beds in hospitals has deepened across the country, particularly those in bordering districts, with the deadly surge in coronavirus infections. “The…

Metropolis
‘It is right time to rethink Khaleda’s return to jail’ ‘It is right time to rethink Khaleda’s return to jail’

Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Monday said it is the right time to rethink Khaleda Zia’s return to jail.      “Now, it is high…

Editorial
Seismic Risk Reduction: Research, Awareness and Preparedness Seismic Risk Reduction: Research, Awareness and Preparedness

Earthquakes are frequently felt in the northern and eastern parts of Bangladesh because of its location in the junction of tectonically active Indian, Eurasian and Burmese plates which sometimes pose…

Business
Bangladesh 2nd largest supplier of online workforce Bangladesh 2nd largest supplier of online workforce

Bangladesh is now the world’s second-largest supplier of online labour force after India and makes up 16 per cent of the global digital workforce, according to a new study. Currently,…

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Clandestine Activities of Sheikh Mujib Followed by Six Point Programme Clandestine Activities of Sheikh Mujib Followed by Six Point Programme

Sheikh Mujib was also a minister during the United Front’s rule but he quitted the coveted position and opted for the secretaryship of the party. This was premeditated that gave him the golden…

Asia
Over 1,000 Afghan troops flee Taliban into Tajikistan Over 1,000 Afghan troops flee Taliban into Tajikistan

DUSHANBE: More than 1,000 Afghan troops fled into neighbouring Tajikistan in the early hours of Monday after clashes with the Taliban, the Central Asian country’s national security committee…

World
Biden urges Americans to help end pandemic Biden urges Americans to help end pandemic

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden celebrated the nation’s 245th birthday on Sunday by opening the gates of the White House and calling on Americans to do their part to end the COVID-19 pandemic…

Culturetainment
Chhayanaut pays tribute to Mita Haque Chhayanaut pays tribute to Mita Haque

Country’s prominent cultural institution Chhayanaut paid to Ekushey Padak winning Rabindra Sangeet singer Mita Haque on Saturday, reports UNB. Chhayanaut arranged a virtual programme titled…

Winner
Italy, Spain ready for another Euro classic Italy, Spain ready for another Euro classic

Two continental giants convene under the Wembley arch on Wednesday, as Italy clash with old foes Spain in the Euro 2020 semi-finals, reports agencies. Reprising the one-sided 2012 final between…

My Districts
Veg farming boosts rural economy in Rangpur Veg farming boosts rural economy in Rangpur

RANGPUR: Expanded cultivation of vegetables has become a blessing for farmers improving their fortune and rural economy despite the corona pandemic in Rangpur agriculture region. Officials of…

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Gunmen kidnap 140 school students in Nigeria Gunmen kidnap 140 school students in Nigeria

KADUNA: Gunmen have kidnapped 140 students from a boarding school in northwestern Nigeria, a school official said on Monday, the latest in a wave of mass abductions targetting schoolchildren and students,…

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