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RMG workers to stage demo Sept 21

By UNB, DHAKA

Garment workers will demonstrate in their factory areas across the country on September 21 protesting the fixation of minimum wage ...

ICC opens preliminary probe into Rohingya expulsions

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THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) :The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor announced Tuesday that she is launching a preliminary investigation into ...

'Drug trader' killed in 'gunfight'

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UNB, Narayanganj :A suspected drug trader was killed in a reported gunfight with members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) at ...

Wild celebrations as ousted Pakistan PM Sharif and daughter freed from jail

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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) :A Pakistani court on Wednesday ordered the release of jailed ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter ...

Not just punishing the reporters but arrogance of brutalities must be dealt with

By Editorial Desk

In Myanmar, as everywhere, facts have power. It was the gruesome facts uncovered by two reporters for Reuters, Wa Lone ...

Comprehensive economic partnership

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Kazi Zahidul Hasan :Dhaka and New Delhi are considering signing of a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) in order to ...

Tk 1,077.58cr project to save Shariatpur from river erosion

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Special Correspondent :The government has undertaken Tk 1,077.58 crore project for protecting Shariatpur district from erosion by the river of ...

Despite ban on movement over flyovers, pedestrians are seen passing through Hanif Flyover risking their lives. The photo was taken from Jatrabari area on Wednesday.

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Fresh gas price hike

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Anisul Islam Noor :The right groups and energy experts have to be strongly criticized the government's initiative of a fresh ...

HC hearing on Shahidul's bail plea Sunday

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Staff Reporter :The High Court (HC) may hear the bail petition of imprisoned renowned photographer Shahidul Alam next Sunday. The ...

Greater trade with neighbours key to growth

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Special Correspondent :Bangladesh can triple its trade volume with neighbours in South Asia annually by enacting and enforcing relaxed policy ...

In his book, Justice Sinha says he was exiled by govt

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Former Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha said that he resigned in the face of intimidation and threats.Justice Sinha made the ...

Five to die for killing man, his son in city

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Court Correspondent :The Additional District and Sessions Judge's Court-7 of Dhaka on Wednesday delivered double-death sentence to five persons each ...

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In his book, Justice Sinha says he was exiled by govt

By bdnews24.com

Former Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha said that he resigned in the face of intimidation and threats.
Justice Sinha made the claim in his book titled "A Broken Dream: Rule of Law, Human Rights and Democracy" which is available on Amazon.
"I had the opportunity and honour to observe this transformation and the hindrances as a participant of the Bangladeshi judiciary since 1974 -- rising from a practitioner at a lower court in the north-eastern district of Sylhet to the highest judicial position of the country, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. But, in 2017, after delivering a historic verdict in favour of the independence of judiciary, I was forced to resign and exiled by the current government," Sinha wrote. "It was unprecedented in the history of the judiciary."
Sinha narrated ...Read the full news

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Japanese MMA star Norifumi 'Kid' Yamamoto dies at 41


Tributes flowed Wednesday for charismatic Japanese Mixed Martial Artist ( MMA) Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto, who died at age 41, three weeks after announcing a battle with cancer.Born to a family of wrestlers and martial artists, the wiry, tattoo-covered Yamamoto took on larger opponents in a wide range of MMA events, ...

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Ecological danger for destroying forest by Rohingyas


A STUDY has revealed that 4,300 acres of hills and forests have been razed in Cox's Bazar to set up refugee camps and cooking fuel for Rohingyas who fled ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. Quoting the study, news media reported that about 3,000-4,000 acres of hill land at Teknaf and Ukhia ...

International »

Kim agrees to dismantle main nuke site if US takes steps too


AP,  Pyongyang :The leaders of North and South Korea announced a wide range of agreements Wednesday which they said were a major step toward peace on the Korean Peninsula. But the premier pledge on denuclearization contained a big condition, with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un stating he'd permanently dismantle ...

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Sex with Trump 'least impressive' she's ever had: Daniels


Stormy Daniels, the porn star who claims to have slept with Donald Trump over a decade ago, says in her upcoming tell-all book that it may have been the "least impressive sex" she'd ever had, The Guardian reported Tuesday.In her book, "Full Disclosure," Daniels also provides a graphic description of ...

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I`m seen as a fierce and opinionated woman post Bigg Boss: Hina Khan


Actor Hina Khan believes Bigg Boss helped her showcase her real personality, which is that of a woman who does not shy away from speaking her mind. The actor became one of the most talked about contestants on the 11th edition of the reality TV show, which has just begun ...

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Dhaka University teachers formed a human chain programme on the campus on Wednesday demanding release and proper treatment of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia.


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We welcome Islamabad for awarding Bangladeshi-origin refugees Pakistan`s nationality


PAKISTAN government has decided to grant nationality to all Pakistan-born refugees of Bangladeshi and Afghan origins staying there for decades. Prime Minister Mr Imran Khan on Sunday made this announcement during his maiden visit to Karachi, saying the Bangladeshi and Afghan refugees who were born in Pakistan would get National ...

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Argentina's Facundo Conte (left) and teammate Alexis Gonzalez celebrate during the Men's World Championships' volleyball match between Argentina and Slovenia, in Florence, Italy on Monday.


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FIFA president Infantino has doubts about La Liga match in Miami


AFP, Barcelona :FIFA president Gianni Infantino has expressed concern about La Liga's proposal to stage a fixture between Girona and Barcelona in the United States.The two clubs have each approved a request submitted to the Spanish Football Federation for the match to be played at the Hard Rock Stadium in ...

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Annie Sekhon all set to shine in Bollywood


Actress Annie Sekhon who has worked in many television shows and Punjabi films is having the time of her life. Off late she's been enjoying the success of her latest Punjabi film, 'Punjab Singh' opposite Gurjind Maan. The hangover of this film hasn't even faded yet and she's taking a ...

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2018 Emmy winners list


Best Drama Series: Game of ThronesBest Comedy Series: The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselBest Actor, Drama Series: Matthew Rhys, The AmericansBest Actress, Drama Series: Claire Foy, The CrownBest Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Peter Dinklage, Game of ThronesBest Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Thandie Newton, WestworldBest Writing, Drama Series: Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg, ...

Business & Economy »

Md. Momin Ud Dowlah, Chairman and Managing Director of Eon Group of Industries Limited, inaugurating its 18th anniversary celebrating programme by cutting cake at Eon Convention Center in the city on Sunday. Major ABA Mesbah Ud Dowlah, Vice-Chairman, ABA Shahid Ud Dowlah, Executive Director, Sayeeda Dowla, Director and Dr. Tamim Ud Dowlah, Group Director were also present.


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BNP Standing Committee Member Barrister Moudud Ahmed speaking at a discussion on 'Voting Rights-Fair Justice and Human Rights: Present Bangladesh' organised by Bangladesh Jatiya Manobadhikar Parishad at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday.


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US slashes refugee admissions to 30,000 for 2019


Reuters, Washington :U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday the United States would cap the number of refugees allowed into the country at 30,000 for fiscal year 2019, a sharp drop from a limit of 45,000 it set for 2018."We proposed resettling up to 30,000 refugees under the ...

Editorial »

Journalists` concern for free speech should not be ignored


EDITORS' Council on Saturday expressed its surprise, dissatisfaction, and shock at the final report of a parliamentary standing committee on the draft Digital Security Act which totally ignored the concerns expressed by journalists. Following disapproval from journalists, rights campaigners and foreign diplomats in Dhaka, the Law Minister earlier had admitted ...

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  1. Tk 1,077.58cr project to save Shariatpur from river erosion
  2. Despite ban on movement over flyovers, pedestrians are seen passing through Hanif Flyover risking their lives. The photo was taken from Jatrabari area on Wednesday.
  3. Fresh gas price hike

City »

  1. 113 journos given financial aid
  2. Nigeria needs to learn from BD about agriculture, says its minister
  3. Nat'l Skill Dev Authority Bill, 2018 passed

Editorial »

  1. No progress yet in bringing looted money from Philippines
  2. Ecological danger for destroying forest by Rohingyas
  3. Misgoverance slows growth

Entertainment »

  1. ATM Shamsuzzaman again in serial Noashal
  2. Singer Luipa passing times with Payra
  3. Ileana D’Cruz to star in Ajay Devgn, Ranbir Kapoor’s film with Luv Ranjan?

Sports »

  1. PM enquires about Tamim's health
  2. Icardi sparks Inter's late comeback to stun Spurs
  3. 25th School Handball begins today

Football »

  1. Firmino stuns PSG as Messi's routine brilliance marks start of Champions League
  2. Griezmann and Costa combine as Atletico undo Monaco
  3. Red Star's Marko Marin (center) is challenged by Napoli forward Jose Callejon (left) and Fabian Ruiz, during the Champions League group C soccer match between Red Star and Napoli, in Belgrade, Serbia on Tuesday.

Cricket »

  1. Afghanistan knock Sri Lanka out of Asia Cup
  2. Best innings of my life but not a career-turning point: Mithun
  3. BCB HP's four-day match begins today

Chittagong »

  1. Maisbandari Gowsia Hoque Committee, Surjogiri Unit distributing financial aid among the poor people at Fatikchari Upazila recently.
  2. BAHOP seminar on chronic diseases held
  3. Death threat to CU VC protected

National »

  1. JAMALPUR: People at Charpakerdah Union formed a human chain protecting assault on journalist Md Ali Zinna of The Daily Ajker Kabor on Tuesday.
  2. BOGURA: Dr Md Mokbul Hossain, Chairman, Zilla Parishad unveiling the cover of the book on renowned journalist and former MP Aman Ullah Khan at Bogura Press Club on Monday.
  3. BAMNA ( Barguna): Two persons were arrested from Purbo Laxmipura Village in Bamna Upazila with 25 pieces of Yaba tablets on Monday.

Back Page »

  1. Man held with 40 gold bars
  2. Mediation playing vital role in reducing case backlog
  3. 53 eminent persons demand Shahidul's early release

Business & Economy »

  1. Azharul Islam, Chairman, Board of Directors of Uttara Bank Limited, presiding over its 'Orientation Programme of Probationary Officers’ batch-2018 at the Bank's Training Institute in the city recently. Mohammed Rabiul Hossain, Managing Director, Mohammed Mosharaf Hossain, AMD, Maksudul Hasan, Sultan Ahmed and Md. Abdul Quddus, DMDs of the Bank were also present.
  2. ADB approves loan to protect China's Yangtze River
  3. British annual inflation hits six-month high

International »

  1. Kim agrees to dismantle main nuke site if US takes steps too
  2. India bans instant divorce by Muslim men
  3. Donald Trump unveils revised US bio-defence strategy

Life »

  1. Stay happy around negative people
  2. Tricks to avert low self-confidence
  3. Becoming more introverted with age

Literature »

  1. Cranberry Cocoa Muffin
  2. Coconut Cranberry Chocolate Fudge
  3. Rasgolla Milli Feuilly

Campus Life »

  1. March of 'TIB-DIU YES Group' at DIU
  2. EWU welcomes freshers of Fall Semester
  3. Training on job responsibilities at JnU

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Arbitration clause of the agreement be tried first
  2. Calculation of interest on decree amount
  3. Principle of double jeopardy

Campus Cronical »

  1. The self-defeat of academia
  2. Int'l Literacy Day 2018
  3. Harvard University Day : Learn to change the world

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. Concert of German-Swiss band RAGGABUND in Dhaka
  2. Kazi Sayed Ahmed’s Surface as Symbol
  3. Most beautiful botanical gardens around the world

Weekend Plus »

  1. Emojis convey not just fun
  2. How cheese shaped human evolution
  3. Quirky home decor ideas to brighten up house

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  1. Kazi Nazrul Islam : Classic and romantic
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