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Obama briefed on UK vote to bolt EU

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ABC News,  San Francisco :The United States is reacting cautiously to the decision by Britain's voters to bolt the 28-nation ...

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RMG workers take to streets in the city on Friday demanding payment of wages and Eid bonus by tomorrow (Sunday).

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2 held with 50,000 yaba in city

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UNB, Dhaka :Members of the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) arrested two alleged ...

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UK plunges into constitutional crisis after vote to leave EU

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The UK was plunged into a full-scale constitutional crisis after it voted to leave the EU, David Cameron stood down ...

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Extra fees took life of a female HSC examinee

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Jhenaidah Correspondent :The carelessness and highhandedness of the college management ended the life of a female student, who dreamt of ...

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US, BD agree to enhance coop in counter-terrorism efforts

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UNB, Dhaka :Bangladesh and the United States have agreed to enhance the cooperation in the areas of counterterrorism and countering ...

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To treat them as illegal immigrants is unkind: Find jobs and safety

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Editorial Desk :There are several conditions that may lead to people becoming refugees, including warfare, political instability and natural ...

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Tsunami hits global financial market

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Kazi Zahidul Hasan :Britons massive vote to severe the UK's 43-year membership of the European Union (EU) has sent ...

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Dacoit killed in 'gunfight' with police

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Barisal  Correspondent :An alleged dacoit was killed in 'gunfight' with police at Banaripara upazila of Barisal early Friday.The victim ...

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2 ministers trapped into elevator, rescued

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DU Correspondent :State Ministers for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid Bipu and Information and Communication Technology Zunayed Ahmed Palok ...

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Water crisis hits old Dhaka dwellers

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Staff Reporter :The dwellers of old Dhaka have been suffering from acute drinking water during Ramzan, though the WASA ...

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EU leaders firm to keep unity of 27 nations block after Brexit

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Reuters :European Union leaders are determined to keep the unity of the EU after Britain voted to leave the 28-nation ...

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'Crossfire' only for 'self-defence' during drive: Minister

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Staff Reporter  :Pointing to the recent gunfights across the country, the Minister for Home Affairs Assaduzzaman Khan Kamal defended ...

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UK votes to leave EU: Cameron offers resignation

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BBC Online :Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union.Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said he would attempt to "steady the ship" over the coming weeks and months but that "fresh leadership" was needed. The PM had urged the country to vote Remain but was defeated by 52% to 48% despite London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backing staying in. UKIP leader Nigel Farage hailed it as the UK's "independence day". The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985 as the markets reacted to the results. Flanked by his wife Samantha, Mr Cameron said he had informed the Queen of his decision to remain in place for the short term and to then hand over to a new prime minister by the time of the ...Read the full news

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Police must not talk of bullets but of police professionalism


USING bullets was thought to be an easy method to deal with law and order situation in Pakistan days. It seems that our state machinery is still obsessed by power of bullets. Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia warned on Thursday that police will open fire if necessary in ...

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United States` Kyle Beckerman and his teammates during practice at the Copa America Centenario soccer tournament in Glendale, Ariz on Thursday.


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Entertainment »

Tutul pairs up with Tania for second time


Entertainment Report :Under the direction of late Humayun Ahmed in 2009 popular celebrity couple SI Tutul and Tania Ahmed first worked together in a play titled Badla Diner Gaan. In that play, they worked together by their own roles in realities. Later they did not work together in any other ...

City »

Jatiya Garments Sramik Federation formed a human chain in front of Jatiya Press Club on Friday demanding payment of salary and Eid bonus of all garments workers by Ramzan 20.


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International »

Storm pummels eastern China, killing 98


Reuters, China :A violent storm in eastern China that packed gale-force winds and hail killed 98 people and injured hundreds as it flattened power lines, overturned cars and ripped roofs off houses in Jiangsu province.The storm, which included a tornado, struck mid-afternoon on Thursday near Yancheng city, a few hours' ...

Editorial »

Interest on Saving Certificates


NEWS report in national dailies on Thursday said Agriculture Minister Matiya Chowdhury has criticized Finance Minister AMA Muhith for his proposal to reduce interest rate on Saving Certificates. Replying to Finance Minister's comment in Parliament that he would like to reduce interest on Saving Certificates, Matiya said Muhith must not ...

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Belgium knock out Sweden in Ibrahimovic`s last game


AP, France :Zlatan Ibrahimovic chested the ball down, let it bounce and hit it. Wide.His 86th-minute attempt for an equalizer in Wednesday's 1-0 loss to Belgium at the European Championship showed the technique and flair that had made Ibrahimovic a star.But his farewell game for Sweden wasn't to have a ...

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ISIS militants push back in Syria, Iraq and Libya


AP, Beirut :Even as internationally backed forces chip away at ISIS-held territory in Syria, Iraq and Libya, the terrorist have demonstrated a stubborn resilience this week in the face of recent losses.The ISIS forces dealt an embarrassing setback to the Syrian army near the terrorists self-styled capital of Raqqa with ...

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Did you spot Kareena in Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai?


This is unbelievable! Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan made a surprising revelation in a media interview! Did you know the actress had a secret cameo in Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel’s Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai? Yes, Kareena really was in one of the scenes of the film! For the uninitiated, ...

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Different organisations formed a human chain in front of Jatiya Press Club on Thursday with a call to ensure citizens' environment .


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Indian river interlinking initiative: Showing helplessness can`t be right


MEDIA of Bangladesh and India are more or less vocal on river interlinking initiative of India. India yet to tell Bangladesh anything about it officially or even unofficially, though as India's very close neighbour and lower riparian country Bangladesh will be seriously affected if this controvertial project is implemented. With ...

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Croatia end Spain`s 12-year unbeaten run at European finals


AP, France :Spain's 12-year unbeaten run at the European Championship ended when Croatia rallied for a stunning 2-1 win on Tuesday, sending the two-time champions into an intense, high-profile knockout match against Italy in the round of 16.Ivan Perisic's 87th-minute winner for Croatia not only ended Spain's unbeaten run at ...

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Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid, among others, looks on after inaugurating website and software of International Mother Language Institute at its auditorium in the city on Wednesday.


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India launches record 20 satellites in single mission


AFP, New Delhi :India on Wednesday successfully launched a rocket carrying a record 20 satellites as its famously frugal space agency looks to grab a larger slice of the lucrative commercial space market. The rocket blasted off from the southern spaceport of Sriharikota carrying satellites from the US, Germany, Canada ...

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Kanika Kapoor: I`m not Punjabi, I don`t know Punjabi


Singer Kanika Kapoor, who is popular for her Bollywood songs with Punjabi lyrics, says she is from Uttar Pradesh and doesn’t know the language very well.  “I don’t know Punjabi. I’m a UP Khatri. I recently sang a Bengali song -- an interesting song which will be out in two ...

Front Page »

  1. To treat them as illegal immigrants is unkind: Find jobs and safety
  2. Tsunami hits global financial market
  3. Dacoit killed in 'gunfight' with police

City »

  1. AL plays glorious role in major national events
  2. Jatiya Garments Sramik Federation formed a human chain in front of Jatiya Press Club on Friday demanding payment of salary and Eid bonus of all garments workers by Ramzan 20.
  3. Religious leaders urged to resist conspirators

Editorial »

  1. Police must not talk of bullets but of police professionalism
  2. Smuggled magazines flooding local market
  3. Readers’ Forum

Entertainment »

  1. Tutul pairs up with Tania for second time
  2. Jenny at Late Night Coffee on RTV
  3. Ferdous, Joya host Eid Ananda Mela for first time

Sports »

  1. Djokovic, Federer drawn for Wimbledon semi-final clash
  2. Vice-President of Bangladesh Chess Federation and Managing Director of Saif Powertec Limited Tarafder Md Ruhul Amin formally opens the International Rating Chess Tournament as the chief guest at National Sports Council tower auditorium lounge on Friday.
  3. United States` Kyle Beckerman and his teammates during practice at the Copa America Centenario soccer tournament in Glendale, Ariz on Thursday.

Football »

  1. Abahani reach final beating Sk Russel
  2. The New York Red Bulls celebrate a goal during the first half against Real Salt Lake in an MLS soccer game in Sandy, Utah on Wednesday.
  3. Italy's goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon (center) hugs teammate Lorenzo Insigne at the end of the Euro 2016 Group E soccer match between Italy and Ireland at the Pierre Mauroy stadium in Villeneuve d'Ascq, near Lille, France on Wednesday.

Cricket »

  1. Ex-captain Kumble named new India coach
  2. Mominul sets up victory for Victoria in super league
  3. Aussies win by 6 wickets, secure a spot in tri-nation final

Chittagong »

  1. Rear Admiral Mohammad Makbul Hossain; Chairman of National Hydrographic Committee speaking at the seminar marking the World Hydrography Day in Chittagong Naval area as chief guest on Tuesday.
  2. Leaders of the executive committee of the Sangha distributing the Eid dresses among the poor women of the society at its Station Road office in city on Tuesday.
  3. Seminar on World Hydrography Day held

National »

  1. JAMALPUR: The election of Melandah Autobike Sramik Samity was held recently. Newly-elected office-bearers are seen in the picture.
  2. RANGPUR: City Mayor Alhaj Sharfuddin Ahmed Jhantu addressing a pre-budget discussion on the proposed budget of Rangpur City Corporation on Thursday.
  3. JHENAIDAH: Students formed a human chain protesting suicide of a student due to hike of practical examination fee at Sailakupa yesterday.

Back Page »

  1. UK votes to leave EU: Cameron offers resignation
  2. 3 killed as truck hits auto-rickshaw in M'singh
  3. Scotland independence referendum 'highly likely' again: Sturgeon

Business & Economy »

  1. Amari Dhaka, a hotel of ONYX Hospitality Group receives Certificate Of Excellence recently from TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site. Kelly Lewis, General Manager of Amari Dhaka, Heather Leisman, vice president of industry marketing at TripAdvisor pose after announcement of the award.
  2. Top 33 banks pass first stage of US stress tests
  3. Ukraine lowers interest rate for third time this year

International »

  1. Storm pummels eastern China, killing 98
  2. Offensives against ISIS could displace 2.3m Iraqis: UN
  3. Trump praises Britons, calls Brexit vote 'fantastic'

Life »

  1. Diet for menopause - foods to eat and avoid
  2. Take care of leather shoes in the rain
  3. One in four teens order takeaways at school

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. DIU apprenticeship project kicks off
  2. BOU annual budget approved
  3. Saint Jude's annual function, prize giving ceremony

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Review by no means is a re-hearing of the appeal
  2. Becoming Sanyasi tantamounts to 'civil death'
  3. Criminal proceeding can proceed independent of civil suit

Campus Cronical »

  1. All about cyberbullies : Who they are and what they do
  2. Gender gap: Why boys can't keep up
  3. Should personalization be the future of learning?

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. Borsha Utsab 1423
  2. Traditional Iftar Bazar
  3. Open Mic Evening Vol II at Goethe-Institut

Weekend Plus »

  1. Baked Samosa/Shingara
  2. Old Dhaka style Tehari
  3. How Mies van der Rohe invented modern architecture

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Manik Mia : A legend stalwart of democracy
  2. Remembering Tofazzal Hossain Manik Mia
  3. Journey towards development
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