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Kerry to discuss coop on global issues in Dhaka: US

By UNB, DHAKA

US Secretary of State John Kerry will highlight the longstanding and broad US-Bangladesh relationship during his Dhaka visit on August ...

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JCD procession attacked by BCL men: 7 hurt

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Jhenaidah Correspondent :A procession of the Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) was allegedly attacked by the activists of the ruling Awami ...

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More SUST students involved with militancy

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M M Jasim :Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) has reportedly become an important place for carrying out militant ...

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Ctg gas leak hits trees, birds

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The ammonia leaked from the DAP fertiliser factory in Chittagong's Anwara has affected trees and water bodies in the area.The ...

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Italy quake toll now 250

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Reuters, Italy :The death toll from a devastating earthquake in central Italy reached at least 241 people on Thursday and ...

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Trump's Russia connection backfires

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Abu Hena :On Friday,22 August, Donald Trump, Republican presidential nominee released his first campaign ad, featuring an image of a ...

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Our Liberation War and our Bangabandhu do not need a law to define and protect

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Editorial DeskThe Cabinet on Monday approved a Draft Law with provision for highest life-term imprisonment and Taka 1 crore fine ...

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Banks grappling with toxic loans

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Kazi Zahidul Hasan  :Banks are grappling with a vast pool of toxic loans as companies and borrowers fail to meet ...

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RMG sectors fear no impact unless there is new tragedy

By UNB, DHAKA

The costs of apparel exports are going up as exporters now have to visit a third country to have purchase ...

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Two anti-terrorism tribunals soon

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Md Joynal Abedin Khan  :The members of the different law enforcing agencies have almost successful in fighting against the terrorists ...

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Trump calls Hillary a 'bigot'

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BBC Online :Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has accused Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of being a "bigot" in his latest ...

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Bangabandhu murder case plaintiff Mohitul dead

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Staff Reporter :The plaintiff of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman murder case, AFM Mohitul Islam, died ...

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Hearing on Ershad's appeal Sunday

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Staff Reporter  :The appeal of former President and Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad has been enlisted in the High Court ...

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Strikers adamant

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Staff Reporter :The indefinite strike in the country's riverine routes continued for the third consecutive days on Thursday as strikers remained adamant to realise their demands, including enhance of their salaries.  Earlier in the day, a meeting between government officials and water vessel owners failed to get any solution to end the deadlock. To get a solution, the officials concerned of the Department of Labour sat with Vessel owners at Sramo Bhaban in the city to discuss the issue. Officials said the meeting was called with a view to ending the ongoing deadlock situation in waterways transport where cargo transport is almost stopped at different rivers and sea ports. Director of the Department of Labour SM Ashrafauzzaman said the owners have placed some proposals in the meeting.  "At present, we are scrutinizing the proposals. We will sit with workers separately ...Read the full news

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MPs foreign tours with money from ministries destroying their oversight power


MEMBERS of Parliamentary Committees taking foreign tours with financial support of concerned Ministries are breaking moral discipline and weakening their watchdog function on such Ministries. At least 100 MPs of 15 committees so far traveled abroad 24 times over last two years highlighting widespread corruption at high places of the ...

Football »

Blatter mounts final FIFA ban appeal


AFP, Lausanne :Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter began his final appeal Thursday against his six-year ban from football, in a long-shot quest for redemption after his career ended in scandal.Blatter entered the world's top sports court for a one-day hearing seeking to overturn a suspension imposed by FIFA over ethics ...

City »

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir along with leaders and activists of Jatiyatabadi Muktijoddha Dal offering munajat after placing floral wreaths at the Mazar of Shaheed President Ziaur Rahman in the city on Thursday marking founding anniversary of Muktijoddha Dal.


Entertainment »

Brishty Islam performs in two new music videos


Entertainment Report :Brishty Islam is apparently seen to perform as a model in small screen. Within very short time she has performed as model in 23 TV commercials till now. Bombay Sweets, Teer sugar, Igloo Ice-cream, Rahim Afroz, Apon Jewellers, Centre Fresh, Samsung, RFL products are her performed mentionable TVCs. ...

International »

More Turkish tanks head to Syria after IS-held town seized


AFP, Karkamis :At least 10 more Turkish tanks on Thursday crossed the border into Syria a day after pro-Ankara Syrian opposition fighters ousted jihadists from the town of Jarabulus in a lightning operation.The tanks were set to join those which had crossed the frontier on Wednesday in the so-called Operation ...

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Water transport workers demands: Govt set bad example


NEWS report on Wednesday said that all kinds of water transport workers are enforcing an indefinite strike across the country shutting the operation of passenger launches in river routes to press home their 15-point demands. As it appears their action is causing immense sufferings to passengers bound for Southern part ...

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9-man Roma miss out on Champions League after Porto loss


AP, Milan :Roma failed to reach the Champions League group stage after having two men sent off in a 3-0 defeat at home to Porto in the second leg of their playoff on Tuesday.Roma had drawn the first leg 1-1 after Thomas Vermaelen was sent off and it was again ...

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Bangladesh Nationalist British Law students Alliance ( BNBLSA) organized a seminar on `The lodging of false cases to suppress political opponents is prejudicial to rule of law` at National Press Club yesterday. Vice Chairman of BNP Adv Khandaker Mahabub Hossain was present as Chief Guest on the occasion.


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Zahid Hasan, Purnima together after 12 years in Eid play


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Two National Film Award winner actors Zahid Hasan and Purnima informed that 12 years ago they last worked together. They last worked together in Zahid Hasan directed a drama serial titled Laal Nil Beguni, which was aired on ATN Bangla during that time. After a long time ...

International »

Turkish tanks enter Syria in anti-IS operation


AFP, Ankara : Turkish tanks backed by fighter jets and special forces rolled into Syria Wednesday in an unprecedented operation to drive Islamic State jihadists out of a key Syrian border town.The air and ground operation also involving Syrian fighters-the most ambitious launched by Ankara in the Syria conflict-is aimed at ...

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Netanyahu can`t be allowed to undo peace process


NEWS report said Israeli Prime Minister, known as a brutal killer of Palestinians is bent upon destroying every chance of a peaceful solution of the Palestinian crisis. But a study report jointly conducted by some Israelis and Palestinians showed there is still a basis for a two state solution, Netanyahu ...

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Charlotte Edwards lifts the Super League trophy after Women`s Super League final between Southern Vipers and Western Storm at Chelmsford on Sunday.


City »

Bangladesh Chhatra League, Shamsunnahar Hall Unit of Dhaka University organised a discussion meeting on the National Mourning Day at Hall Auditorium on Monday. Former leader of Chhatra League and Assistant Professor of Open University Arifa Rahman Ruma seen addressing the meeting as special guest. State Minister for Jute and Textiles Mirza Azam, MP was present as the chief guest.


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Nargis owes something to Robinson Crusoe


Bollywood’s unabashed travel junkie Nargis Fakhri has been wowing us and vicariously ensuring we enjoy her travel experience with her courtesy her social media updates. Currently in New York, prepping for her Hollywood film, Nargis attributes her love for travel to none other than the pioneer of the castaway genre ...

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Turkey strikes IS as Syria border tensions flare


AFP, Istanbul  :Turkey on Tuesday pounded Islamic State (IS) jihadists in Syria with new artillery strikes as expectations grew of a major Ankara-backed offensive against the jihadists after a deadly suicide bombing on its soil.With tensions flaring on the Turkey-Syria border following the bombing in the nearby city of Gaziantep ...

Front Page »

  1. Our Liberation War and our Bangabandhu do not need a law to define and protect
  2. Banks grappling with toxic loans
  3. RMG sectors fear no impact unless there is new tragedy

City »

  1. Deputy Minister of Defence of Saudi Arabia Mohammad Bin Abdullah Al-Aish paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at Ganabhaban on Thursday.
  2. Russian envoy calls on DU VC
  3. President for strengthening religious harmony

Editorial »

  1. Growing loan defaults destabilizing banking sector
  2. MPs foreign tours with money from ministries destroying their oversight power
  3. Countering violent extremism

Entertainment »

  1. I gossiped about Hollywood with Nathan Jones: Jacqueline Fernandez
  2. Shraddha Kapoor sought to judge music reality TV show
  3. Tahsan pairs up with Safa Kabir for first time

Sports »

  1. US Soccer slaps Solo with six-month suspension
  2. Cahill on song for Australia homecoming
  3. Swimming's open trial on Sunday

Football »

  1. Cal Bears coach Sonny Dykes speaks to a team official during a walk through training run at a field in Sydney, Australia on Thursday. Cal will play Hawaii in the first college football game of the 2016 season at the College Football Sydney Cup on Saturday.
  2. Altidore, Giovinco help Toronto FC beat Orlando City
  3. President of South Asian Football Federation and President of Bangladesh Football Federation Kazi Salahuddin presided over the meeting of the Executive Committee of South Asian Football Federation in Sri Lanka on Thursday.

Cricket »

  1. Mashrafe to participate in PRAN Walkathon
  2. Windies, India enter new world in US
  3. England beat Pakistan in rain-hit 1st ODI

Chittagong »

  1. 3 ABT members on remand
  2. Anjuman Ara Chowdhury Anje, leader of Chittagong City Mahila Awami League speaking at a discussion meeting on August 21 grenade attack.
  3. Mofizur Rahman, General Secretary, Awami League, Chittagong South District Unit speaking at a discussion meeting as Chief Guest marking the 12th death anniversary of Ivy Rahman organised by Bangabandhu Sanskritik Jote, Chittagong District Unit on Wednesday.

National »

  1. JOYPURHAT: BGB members in Joypurhat recovered three kgs gun powder from a bus in front of BGB Camp on Wednesday.
  2. SAKHIPUR(Tangail): A rally was brought out by Sakhipur Central Mandir Committee on the occasion of the Janmashtami of Sri Krishna yesterday.
  3. KHULNA: Students and teachers of Government BL College, brought out a rally marking the Janmashtami yesterday.

Back Page »

  1. Sixty-two missing Bangladeshi fishermen, rescued by Indian Coast Guard from the Bay of Bengal, were returned to country along with two fishing trawlers by Bangladesh Naval Ship Prattaya and Kopotakkho.
  2. Aman, Azam step down from BNP's local body
  3. BD, KSA further military coop stressed

Business & Economy »

  1. German business confidence falls post-Brexit
  2. DIY disaster sends Australia's Woolworths to record loss
  3. Auto, aerospace industries warm to 3D printing

International »

  1. N Korea test-fires sub-launched missile close to Japan
  2. Myanmar earthquake kills 4, damages 200 ancient temples
  3. Attack on American University in Afghanistan leaves 12 dead

Life »

  1. Technology for a better home
  2. Remodelling your home budget
  3. New suite of anti-cancer drugs

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. HSC success of Banophool Adibashi Greenheart College
  2. Briefing for Commonwealth Scholarship holders at UGC
  3. BSMRMU 2nd Senate meeting held

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Provision of law is a continuous process
  2. The Adalat has jurisdiction to correct error committed by it
  3. Indian judgment: How to combat terrorism under the Rule of Law

Campus Cronical »

  1. Writing a letter to a politician
  2. Computers in preschool: Hurting or helping?
  3. Nature deficit disorder

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. A R Rumey's Mythical Mind
  2. Iqbal's Joyful Assembly in Japan
  3. Dragonflies & Damselflies of Bangladesh

Weekend Plus »

  1. Vegetarian Hakka Noodles
  2. Chinese Sichuan Chicken
  3. Tea-infused sticky dumplings

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Noblest Man
  2. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
  3. On this day of his passing away
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