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Shakib guides Tigers to ODI series win By Other | Last Updated: 19th July, 2021, 00:00

Shakib Al Hasan demonstrated an all-round performance to help Bangladesh clinch a three-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the second one-day international to seal their series win in Harare on Sunday.…

Shakib guides Tigers to ODI series win

225 more die of corona, 11,578 infected 225 more die of corona, 11,578 infected

The country saw a jump in both fatalities and infections from coronavirus as 225 more people died and 11,578 got infected with the deadly pathogen in the last 24 hours till Sunday morning. Single-day…


Security beefed up at bus, launch terminals Security beefed up at bus, launch terminals

A large number of law enforcers, including police and Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members, were deployed in and around each of the bus and launch terminals in the capital on Sunday ahead of Eid-ul-Azha…


President, PM greet Tigers President, PM greet Tigers

President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have extended their heartiest congratulations to the Bangladesh national cricket team for their series win against Zimbabwe. The Tigers…

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Dengue situation may worsen Dengue situation may worsen

A total of 835 dengue patients were admitted to different hospitals across the country in the last 18 days this month. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), 835 dengue…

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Commoners— Victims of Terrorism Commoners— Victims of Terrorism

They were vendors who used to sell various products on the streets of Kolkata. But, in guise of vendors they carried out recce. They learnt about details of particular areas. Alongside, they collected…

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Fossil fuels cannot be avoided entirely Fossil fuels cannot be avoided entirely

Bangladesh needs to adopt an appropriate mix of both green and fossil fuels to ensure sustainable power supply to all customers in the country at affordable prices, said energy experts. According…

Asia
Police fire rubber bullets, tear gas at protesters Police fire rubber bullets, tear gas at protesters

BANGKOK: Thai police deployed rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannon against protesters in Bangkok on Sunday as demonstrators defied Covid-19 restrictions to call for Premier Prayut Chan-O-Cha’s…

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US, Canada wildfires continue to scorch vast areas US, Canada wildfires continue to scorch vast areas

LOS ANGELES: With wildfires in the drought-hit western United States and Canada continuing to scorch vast areas, firefighting resources are being severely stretched, authorities said on Saturday, reports…

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‘Concert From Bangladesh’ Aug 1 ‘Concert From Bangladesh’ Aug 1

UBIK Productions (London) and Samdani Art Foundation (Dhaka), supported by the British Council Digital Collaboration Fund, is going to organise a groundbreaking mixed reality digital concert titled…

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Second-grade citizens live up to the mark Second-grade citizens live up to the mark

Bangladesh national team’s second-grade citizens -- the fast bowlers --- proved their worth during the second ODI as they provided decent contributions with the ball against Zimbabwe in Harare…

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Wounded widow of Haiti’s slain president returns home Wounded widow of Haiti’s slain president returns home

PORT-AU-PRINCE: The widow of Haiti’s slain president Jovenel Moise returned home Saturday after being treated in Florida for wounds she suffered in the attack, an official said, reports AFP.…

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Digital followers to drive economy Digital followers to drive economy

For decades we’ve been talking about the digital ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ and how to close that sometimes-gaping divide. But as the global economy starts to reemerge from…

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