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US vows sanctions, to activate Thaad system `within days`

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The US says it plans to activate a missile defence system in South Korea "within days" and tighten economic sanctions ...

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Shab-e-Barat on May 11

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The holy Shab-e-Barat, the night of fortune and forgiveness, will be observed in the country on May 11 as the ...

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Neo JMB`s `IED expert` held in city

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UNB, Dhaka :Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested a suspected member of Neo JMB's 'Sarwar-Tamim Group' from Uttara in ...

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Banks should have plan to bailout ailing business

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Editorial Desk :As much as it's important to recover bad loans, it's also equally important that our state-run and private ...

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US moves THAAD anti-missile to S Korean site, sparking protests

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Reuters, Seoul:The U.S. military started moving parts of an anti-missile defense system to a deployment site in South Korea on ...

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Reliance on power import from India to go 42 pc up by 2020

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Anisul Islam Noor :The country's dependency on power import will be raised by 42 percent in 2020 as per different ...

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BD-UK ties to remain unchanged after Brexit

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*Offers training to BD workers on managerial skill, design and entrepreneurship, * Ban on cargo plane from BD would be ...

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Democracy, rule of law or access to justice are important: Cameron

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Staff Reporter :The former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, termed terrorism, lack of quality democracy and corruption as the three-key ...

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I am `proud` of BD: Cameron

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bdnews24.com :Former British prime minister David Cameron has apologised for not being able to visit Bangladesh during his six-year tenure, ...

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Cameron joins discussion on BD`s progress

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Staff Reporter :Former British Prime Minister David Cameron also attended a roundtable discussion with Bangladeshi civil society members, economists and ...

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Abducted girl rescued in city: 2 held

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Staff ReporterPolice rescued a minor girl from Rahmatbag Dakkhin Dania in city's Kadamtoli area early Thursday 23 days after she ...

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Four militants found dead

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Staff Reporter :Four suspected militants were killed in explosions during the 33-hour 'Operation Eagle Hunt' at the militant hideout in ...

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Re-construct dams in haors on time

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Staff Reporter :Economists on Thursday suggested the government to complete the construction works of the embankments in the haor on ...

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BD-UK ties to remain unchanged after Brexit

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*Offers training to BD workers on managerial skill, design and entrepreneurship,
* Ban on cargo plane from BD would be removed soon
* Appreciates BD's success in socio-economic development
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Expressing firm optimism over bilateral relations between the United Kingdom and Bangladesh, former British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday said there will be no change in the bilateral relations between the two countries following the Brexit.

He said that bilateral relations between the two countries will continue to grow in the years to come.

"There's a win-win situation in the relations between the two countries, and the ties will continue to grow," Cameron said when he met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in her official residence of Ganobhaban in the morning.

A referendum was held in the UK on 23 June, 2016 to decide whether it would remain in the European Union or not. ...Read the full news

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Barrister Mainul Hosein making a point on `terrorism` and `quality of democracy` at former British Prime Minister David Cameron`s meeting with the members of the Civil Society at a city hotel on Thursday.


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Industries must work with varsities for manpower development


THE government's Vision 2021 that aims at attaining middle income status for the country would be almost impossible if the country fails to immediately develop skilled workforce and manpower for managerial role in different industries. Experts at a seminar in the city on Wednesday made the point saying that a ...

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Five players share top spot in Sub-Junior Chess


Five players are sharing lead at the points table with maximum 3 points each after the completion of the third round games in the SGS 36th National Sub-Junior (Under-16) Chess Championships-2017.This meet is being sponsored by Saif Global Sports and organised by Bangladesh Chess Federation is now being held at ...

Football »

Bangladesh Under-16 National Women`s Football team return to Bangladesh Football Federation House from China on Thursday.


Entertainment »

Deepika soaring the heat in Raabta title track


The title track of Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon starrer has been released. Earlier a teaser video was launched by the makers in which Sushant and Kriti were watching a video and both were awestruck with the beauty and the hotness of the star. It was published on Facebook ...

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Prabhas wants this special person to watch Baahubali 2 first


While the whole country is eagerly waiting to watch this most awaited film, Prabhas wants his mother to be among the first ones to watch the film. Prabhas gave 5 years of sheer dedication and undivided attention to this magnum opus .His mother has seen him through all these years ...

International »

Anger and hope: Voters reflect on Trump`s first 100 days in office


AFP, Los Angeles :As Donald Trump approaches his 100th day in office, AFP sought out two voters-one a supporter and another an opponent of the president-to gauge what they thought of his performance so far.Clark is an oil industry executive in California's conservative Central Valley, the state's agricultural heartland where ...

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Corruption at BRTA office needs to be held in check


IT is not unknown that government offices are safe haven for systematic corruption and where it is for rendering service to people the severity of harassment is all the more at work including extortion of money in different names. Media report on Wednesday said transport owners pay at least Tk ...

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Noted sports writer Ekramuzzaman speaking at a memorial meeting of Mohammad Selim at the conference room of Dhaka Metropolis Football League Committee on Wednesday. Bangladesh Sports Press Association arranged the condolence meeting.


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Zaheer Khan-Sagarika Ghatge are now `Partners for life,` announced their engagement


If you are still not over with the much talked about marriage of Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech, then get ready for another! Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan, yesterday, announced that he has finally sealed the deal with a dazzling rock on his girlfriend Sagarika Ghatge’s finger. Announcing the news of ...

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Nazrul Academy’s Sahitya Adda : Nazrul Academy arranged its regular monthly session ‘Sahitya Adda’ recently at Nazrul Academy Bhaban at Belalabad in the city’s Mogbazar area. Vice president of Nazrul Academy Md Abdul Hannan chaired the meeting. Discussion on Nazrul’s Bidrohi poem and its research works were discussed by Hasan Alim.


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BUET Teachers Association observed a sit-in-programme in front of Academic Council Building on the BUET campus demanding their due pay-scale yesterday.


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China launches first home-built aircraft carrier amid South China Sea tension


Reuters, Beijing :China launched its first domestically built aircraft carrier on Wednesday amid rising tension over North Korea and worries about Beijing's assertiveness in the South China Sea.State media has quoted military experts as saying the carrier, China's second and built in the northeastern port of Dalian, is not expected ...

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Colin Smith, FIFA`s Competitions Director (right) FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura (centre) and Vitaly Mutko, Russia's deputy prime minister in charge of sport, tourism and youth policies, attend a news conference after the Russia 2018 LOC Board meeting with FIFA participation in St.Petersburg, Russia on Tuesday.


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Insufficient relief brings no hope to haor people


THE government relief operation in flood-hit haors where people have lost Boro crops in the field and livestock to become utterly helpless, seems to be quite inadequate and we believe it must be upward revised. Its relief scheme for 100 days to cover around 3.3 lakh poor families is quite ...

Front Page »

  1. BD-UK ties to remain unchanged after Brexit
  2. Democracy, rule of law or access to justice are important: Cameron
  3. I am `proud` of BD: Cameron

City »

  1. Barrister Mainul Hosein making a point on `terrorism` and `quality of democracy` at former British Prime Minister David Cameron`s meeting with the members of the Civil Society at a city hotel on Thursday.
  2. 'Making falsehood turns into bad habit of BNP'
  3. Prime Minister's Media Adviser Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury along with others holds the copies of a book titled 'Apparel Accessories News Letters' organised by Bangladesh Garments Accessories and Packaging Manufacturers and Exporters Association at its cover unwrapping ceremony at the Jatiya Press Club on Thursday.

Editorial »

  1. Concern over soaring rice price
  2. Industries must work with varsities for manpower development
  3. Students leaving schools facing job-crisis globally

Entertainment »

  1. Deepika soaring the heat in Raabta title track
  2. Ileana and Athiya turn best pals during Mubarakan
  3. Two friends in Eid play

Sports »

  1. National Hockey kicks-off with 4 matches held
  2. Five players share top spot in Sub-Junior Chess
  3. Inter-District Women's Athletics begins today

Football »

  1. Bangladesh Under-16 National Women`s Football team return to Bangladesh Football Federation House from China on Thursday.
  2. Messi leads Barca to 7-1 victory over Osasuna
  3. MSC sign players with hopes to regain former glory

Cricket »

  1. MSC, Brothers, Prime Bank CC win in Premier Cricket
  2. Pakistan Cricket team not to tour Bangladesh
  3. Kohli costs Rs 600 for per litre drinking water

Chittagong »

  1. CDA Chairman Abdus Salam along with Joint Secretary of Planning Commission Matiur Rahman visited Outer Ring Road Project from Kalurghat to Chaktai Canal Mouth yesterday.
  2. Pro-AL panel sweeps CUTA polls
  3. Women empowerment touches ethnic communities in CHT 2400.003

National »

  1. SYLHET: Rahat Anwar, Deputy Commissioner, Sylhet briefing the newsmen on relief activities in flood-hit haor areas yesterday.
  2. NILPHAMARI: Md Zakir Hossain, DC, Nilphamari addressing a workshop on progress on implementation of e-services at DC's Conference Room as Chief Guest on Wednesday.
  3. BAGERHAT: A Boro paddy field has gone under water due to torrential rain at Chitalmari Upazila on Wednesday.

Back Page »

  1. BD facing data gap in monitoring SDGs
  2. Trader stabbed to death in Pabna
  3. 5 Indian soldiers killed in military base attack in Kashmir

Business & Economy »

  1. Govt takes steps to keep dollar price stable: Tofail
  2. Walton offers 8 years replacement guaranty on inverter AC compressors
  3. NPSB gets new committee

International »

  1. Russia may put troops in Belarus to challenge NATO: Estonia
  2. Meningitis outbreak kills 813 in Nigeria
  3. Anger and hope: Voters reflect on Trump`s first 100 days in office

Life »

  1. Childhood cancer
  2. How money reduces worry about old age?
  3. April: The STD awareness month

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. Project Fair at ITHS
  2. Financial literacy seminar for youths at BUP
  3. State University distributes laptops among students

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Contract to be executed within 6 months
  2. Title and partition suit of undivided jote should go together
  3. Market value on date of acquisition be the basis of compensation of land

Campus Cronical »

  1. Lack of teacher diversity contributing to education attainment gap
  2. Three alternative approaches for correcting student misbehaviour
  3. The unmotivated student

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. India-Bangladesh Nazrul Sammilan
  2. Pahela Boishakh 1424 celebrated
  3. HerStory: Women Trailblazers at EMK Centre

Weekend Plus »

  1. New Year Songkran festival begins in Bangkok
  2. Watermelon & strawberry slushie
  3. Apple Prosecco Punch

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Welcoming Bangla New Year
  2. Social dimensions of Pahela Baishakh
  3. Celebrating Bangla New Year
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