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Teachers must stop dirty politics

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Staff Reporter  :The Vice-Chancellors and the senior teachers of public universities on Saturday underscored the need for stopping partisan attitude ...

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12 die in Arial Khan as trawler capsizes

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Staff Reporter :At least twelve bodies were recovered from a trawler that capsized in Arial Khan river at Baricha area ...

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BNP waiting for govt initiative

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Reza Mahmud :The BNP  has been waiting for the government's initiative to build national consensus against militancy in the country. ...

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Families embarrassed

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M M Jasim :The list of missing people provided by the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has been embarrassing members of ...

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KSA suspends visa for BD male domestic help

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Staff Reporter :The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has temporarily suspended recruitment visas of single male domestic Bangladeshi workers.The Ministry ...

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Powerful blasts kill 80 in Kabul protest

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Al Jazeera News :Twin explosions targeting a large demonstration by members of Afghanistan's ethnic Hazara minority in Kabul have killed ...

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Bogra UP chairman succumbs to gunshot wounds

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Bogra, July 24 (UNB)-A newly- elected union parishad chairman, who received injuries in a gun attack at Atbaria village in Gabtoli upazila ...

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Kerry urges ASEAN to find diplomatic ways

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Reuters, Paris :U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will urge Southeast Asian nations in meetings in Laos next week to ...

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Erdogan moves to shut 2,340 institutions

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Al Jazeera News :Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has issued a decree to close 2,341 institutions - including schools, charities, ...

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Unite people against violent extremism

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UNB, Dhaka :Bemoaning that the country is affected with a serious disease of extremism, Gano Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain ...

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11 female Jamaat activists held in Laxmipur

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UNB, Laxmipur :Police in a drive arrested 11 female activists of Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir along ...

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No progress in BD HR situation: UK

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UNB, Dhaka :The United Kingdom has said there was 'no improvement' in the human rights situation in Bangladesh in the ...

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Swechhasebak League leader killed in Pabna factional clash

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Staff Reporter :A leader of Swechhasebak League, an associate organization of ruling Awami League, was killed in a factional clash ...

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Five lakh marooned

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M Faruque Hossain  :Around five lakh people have been marooned due to incessant rain and onrush of flood waters from the upstream that has inundated new areas in Sunamganj, Jamalpur, Kurigram, Gaibandha, Lalmonirhat, Bogra and Faridpur districts. Flood Forecasting and Warning Center sources said, the Brahmaputra-Jamuna and the Ganges-Padma river systems are in rising trend, while the Surma-Kushiyara river systems are in falling trend. The Brahmaputra-Jamuna and the Ganges-Padma river systems may rise in next 48 hours.  Consequently, flood situation in Kurigram, Jamalpur and Bogra district's some parts adjacent to Brahmaputra and Jamuna Rivers may deteriorate. The Hurasagar at Baghbari in Pabna and the Padma river at Goalando may cross the respective danger levels within next 24 hours. The Dharla flows 40 cm above danger level in Kurigram, Brahmaputra above 52 cm at Chilmari, Jamuna 21 cm at Bahadurabad, 16 ...Read the full news

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Poor urban governance


ENVIRONMENTALISTS forecast that Dhaka will be the worst city in the world to live in over the years to come. Their prediction became reality as a boy died falling into the sewerage canal of the capital city. News reports said that Fire Service and Civil Defense divers on Friday morning ...

Cricket »

Mustafiz fails to rescue Sussex


After a mesmerising show of 4/23 on County Cricket debut on July 1, Bangladesh's cutter miracle Mustafizur Rahman was just reversed as he was wicket-less in his 2nd match on Sussex's 6-wicket defeat against Surrey in the NatWest T20 Blast at Kennington Oval, London under floodlight on Friday. Mustafizur delivered ...

Entertainment »

Sonakshi Sinha parties with rumoured beau


While Sonakshi Sinha was making heads turn with her film choices and with big money involved, her love life too was part of a lot of gossip. She has been linked with many but then it was heard that she apparently got back with her ex Bunty Sajdeh. Now, we ...

City »

Dwelling houses, roads and highways are going under water as Padma river erosion takes serious turn. The snap was taken from Daulatdia on Saturday.


International »

Hillary picks Tim Kaine as her running mate


Reuters, Washington :Hillary Clinton named US Senator Tim Kaine as her running mate on Friday, opting for an experienced governing partner who will help her present the Democratic ticket as a steady alternative to the unpredictable campaign of Republican presidential rival Donald Trump.The selection of Kaine, a self-described "boring" Virginian ...

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A city within the city not answer to security concerns


NEWS reports said Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) is going to restrict plying of public transports in Gulshan, Baridhara diplomatic zones from next month to ensure safety of people, mainly the foreigners living in the area. The measure is coming into effect following the militant attacks on Holey Artisan Bakery in ...

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Benedikt Rocker (centre) of Brondby of Denmark and David Gray (right) of Hibernian of Scotland in action during their Europe League second qualifying round, second leg soccer match in Brondby, Denmark on Thursday.


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Afroza Belly coming with new music video


Entertainment Report :Hailed from Chittagong Afroza Belly has a self titled solo album in the market. She was in top five positions in popular reality show, Power Voice. She has also presented several numbers of songs in different mixed albums for the listeners. This time she is coming with some ...

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`Santrash-Jangibad Birodhi Sramik Sangram Parishad` formed a human chain in front of Jatiya Press Club on Friday in protest against terror attacks in Holey Artisan Bakery in the city`s Gulshan and Sholakia Eidgah ground in Kishoreganj.


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International »

Turkish city streets are calm after emergency declaration


AP, Istanbul :The streets of Turkey's major cities were calm Friday, a day after Turkish lawmakers responded to an attempted coup by approving a three-month state of emergency that allows the government to extend detention times and issue decrees.However, in a sign of the underlying tensions in the country, protesters ...

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Fresh rise in gas tariff will be disastrous


NEWS reports said that the government is working on a new proposal to increase gas tariff by 80 percent to up to 150 in some cases at a time people are paying the highest rates which were latest raised by September last year. The Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry ...

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Adil Rashid (R) and Moeen Ali could be competing for one spin-bowling slot ahead of England v Pakistan, 2nd Investec Test at Old Trafford on Thursday.


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Principal Selim Chowdhury speaking at the executive committee meeting of Bangladesh Shikshak Samity at Dhaka Reporters Unity on Thursday.


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Tania Brishti and Irin Tani under Samrat`s direction


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :In big screen, Irin Tani started her acting career by Badol Khondokar directed movie Bidrohi Padma. Later she was not regular in acting in the big screen. In TV play, she started acting against Mosharraf Karim in Sezan directed a play titled Mudra Dosh. Then she became ...

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Merkel accepts Britain`s decision to delay triggering Brexit


AFP, Berlin :German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday it was in the interests of all that Britain had a "well-defined position" before beginning talks to leave the European Union.Speaking during a visit to Berlin by British Prime Minister Theresa May, the German leader stressed that negotiations on a "Brexit" could ...

Front Page »

  1. Bogra UP chairman succumbs to gunshot wounds
  2. Kerry urges ASEAN to find diplomatic ways
  3. Erdogan moves to shut 2,340 institutions

City »

  1. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina poses for photograph with the recipients of Public Administration Medals at the medals distribution ceremony in Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the city on Saturday.
  2. Jamaat-Shibir to be banned soon: Minister
  3. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal, along with other distinguished persons at an opinion sharing meeting on 'Recent situation and ensuring congenial atmosphere of education' organised by Bangladesh University Grants Commission at International Mother Language Institute in the city on Saturday.

Editorial »

  1. Human life is more valuable than trees
  2. Poor urban governance
  3. Time for a balanced debate on biofuels

Entertainment »

  1. Salman Khan just did the sweetest thing for his dogs
  2. Who's this mysterious girl Arbaaz Khan is partying with in Goa?
  3. Nusrat Faria`s `Gowah: The Witness` to release in September

Sports »

  1. First semifinal of Umpires Hockey today
  2. BOA, Army chief give warm send-off to Bangladesh contingent
  3. Bolt accuses rival Gatlin of 'disrespect'

Football »

  1. Chittagong City Corporation Mayor AJM Nasir Uddin addressing a view exchange meeting in Chittagong on Saturday.
  2. Sk Jamal to face Arambagh in opener today
  3. Members of Bangladesh National Women's Under-16 Football team taking part at their practice session at the BFF Artificial Turf on Saturday.

Cricket »

  1. Mustafiz fails to rescue Sussex
  2. Root eyes double ton after Woakes flurry
  3. Kohli double ton, Ashwin century put India in charge

Chittagong »

  1. A K M Shahidul Huq, IG, police inaugurating police quarter in Rangamati on Friday.
  2. Cricket Carnival of Under-12 held at Khagrachhari School premises organized by Bangladesh CricketControl Board and National Sports Association recently.
  3. Top BCL leaders tame CU strikers

National »

  1. DINAJPUR: Monoranjan Sheel Gopal MP speaking at a view exchange meeting on militancy and terrorism at Birganj Upazila yesterday.
  2. KISHOREGANJ: Adv Bhupendra Voumik, Presidium Member of Gonotantrik Party speaking at a rally at Kishoreganj Kalibari area against terrorism on Thursday.
  3. BOGRA: A procession was brought out by Swechchhasebak Dal, Bogra District Unit protesting verdict of Tarique Rahman on Friday.

Back Page »

  1. Suspected IS man linked to Zakir Naik held in India
  2. DU technician dies after falling from rooftop
  3. 30 receive 'Public Admin Award'

Business & Economy »

  1. The Extra Ordinary General Meeting and the 28th Annual General Meeting of Federal Insurance held recently in the city. Chairman of the company, Enamul Hoq, Executive Committee Chairman, Sabirul Hoque, Claims Committee Chairman Md. Abdul Khaleque, Audit Committee Chairman Md. Didarul Anwar and Managing Director A K M Sarwardy Chowdhury were present at the programme among others.
  2. Walton targets to sale 1.5m fridges in 2016
  3. India hopes to attract more investors in post-Brexit era

International »

  1. Sporadic clashes rock Syria’s Manbij as deadline passes
  2. Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
  3. Floods kill at least 112 across China, leave scores missing

Life »

  1. Stroke at 30?
  2. Travelling with children abroad? - Parents, Stay Alert!
  3. Is solar couture the next big thing?

Literature »

  1. The Twin Blue Lotus
  2. The historic Language Movement
  3. Remembering Shakespeare

Campus Life »

  1. BAUET arranges Tree Plantation Programme
  2. USIM invites DIU VC to develop online course curriculum
  3. Qayum nominated for Asia Education Leadership Award

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Revision of findings of final court of facts allowable under specific conditions
  2. Voluntary confession free from all taint can be sole basis of conviction
  3. Matters related to undelivered notice be adjudicated by taking evidence through trial

Campus Cronical »

  1. Backpack to school: Finding the perfect bag for your child
  2. When teenagers steal
  3. Outdoor fun family style!

Art & Culture »

  1. Group exhibition ‘Ten Dimensions’
  2. To the Root of Art
  3. Puzzle of Myth

SKETCH »

  1. Sublime Beauty of Lands and Rivers
  2. Borsha Utsab 1423
  3. Traditional Iftar Bazar

Weekend Plus »

  1. Yogurt Fruit Salad
  2. Cheesen’ Pepper Chicken
  3. Chicken-Egg

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Introduction to the structure and contents of the Quran
  2. The solution for mankind
  3. Eid-ul-Fitr : Message of brotherhood and equality
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