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Provision of Women and Children Repression Act not complied in last 16 yrs

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Staff Reporter :A provision of 'Women and Children Repression Prevention Act 2000' was not complied by any trial court, public ...

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2 NSU students among 4 youths still traceless

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Staff Reporter :Police are still in dark about the whereabouts of four missing boys, including two students of North South ...

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Trump attacks China in Twitter outburst

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US President-elect Donald Trump has posted a series of tweets criticising China for its monetary policy and its operations in ...

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30 Rohingyas missing after boat capsizes in Naf River

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UNB, Cox's Bazar :About 30 Rohingyas went missing as a boat carrying to capsized in the Naf river in Leda ...

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Probe report won`t be shared with anyone: Muhith

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Staff Reporter :Finance Minister AMA Muhith has said Bangladesh would not share the findings of Bangladesh Bank's cyber heist probe ...

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Many pvt varsities still violating the Act

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M M Jasim :Many private universities in the country are running their academic activities violating the 'Private University Act- 2010'. ...

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India`s southern leader Jayalalithaa dies, supporters grieve in streets

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Reuters :One of India's most popular politicians, Jayalalithaa Jayaraman, died on Monday following a massive cardiac arrest, setting off an ...

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Bullet-hit bodies of 3 abducted youths found in Dinajpur

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Staff Reporter :Bullet-ridden bodies of three youths, who were abducted from Natore sadar upazila on Saturday night, were recovered from ...

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BD exporters see benefit

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Kazi Zahidul Hasan :Bangladesh is likely to see benefit than harm if the new US President Donald Trump drops the ...

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RMG workers clash with cops in Mirpur

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Staff Reporter  :Several hundreds of readymade garment (RMG) workers on Monday put up barricade on the Zoo Road near Sony ...

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Jayalalitha on life support

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One of India's most popular and powerful politicians, J Jayalalitha, remains in a critical condition after suffering a heart attack ...

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3 Bangladeshis killed in bus accident in Dubai

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PTI, Dubai :Three Bangladeshi and Two Indian workers were killed while seven others injured today in a bus accident here.The ...

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Govt to take over Chevron operations

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Anisul Islam Noor :Petrobangla is finalising assessment of assets and liabilities of Chevron Bangladesh so that the government can take ...

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30 Rohingyas missing after boat capsizes in Naf River

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UNB, Cox's Bazar :
About 30 Rohingyas went missing as a boat carrying to capsized in the Naf river in Leda area of Nella union in Teknaf upazila early Monday.
Md Ali, a member of Nella union, said the boat carriying 30-35 Rohingyas capsized in the river around 3.30am while they were entering the Bangladesh territory from Mayanmar.
Locals rescued three Rohingyas while others went missing, added the UP member. Read the full news

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Satkhira, Thakurgaon post wins in JFA Cup Football


Satkhira and Thakurgaon district won their opening final round matches of JFA Cup Under-14 Women's National Championship that began on Monday at Bir Shreshtha Shaheed Sepoy Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Stadium in the city's Kamlapur. On the day's matches, Satkhira district drubbed Kushtia district by 4-0 goals while Takhkurgaon district blanked ...

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Now Election Commission must do the right thing


THE High Court on Sunday exonerated the Election Commission from a contempt of court rule after the EC offered an unconditional apology, as per a report of a local daily. But an apology bypassing the real issue appears meaningless; as the complaint, a defeated UP chairman candidate is yet to ...

Entertainment »

A full-fledged heroine


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Bipasha Kabir is now working as a heroine in the big screen. Now-a-adays, she does not has to be engaged with shooting day after day because Bipasha is acting in role of a heroine. So she can give proper time to her family and also to take ...

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Columnist Syed Abul Maksud along with other distinguished persons holds the copies of a report titled `Bangladesh State of Minorities` at its cover unwrapping ceremony organised by Nagorik Udyog at the Jatiya Press Club on Monday.


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Army advances in Aleppo ahead of UN ceasefire vote


AFP, Aleppo :Syrian government forces gained more ground in the battle for Aleppo on Monday as the UN Security Council prepared to vote on a resolution demanding a ceasefire in the battered city.The army and allied forces seized the Qadi Askar neighbourhood overnight and-three weeks into their offensive to retake ...

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Fair admission test, not unified test is what is at stake


THE government has taken an initiative to introduce a unified test system for admission to all public and private universities to reduce the hassles of admission-seekers and their guardians. It appears many may take the move positively but most others also appears skeptical whether a unified system under centralized admission ...

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Smith record century leads Aussies to ODI win


Steve Smith hit a record-breaking century and took two superb catches as Australia beat New Zealand by 68 runs in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy one-day series opener in Sydney on Sunday.The Australia skipper smashed 164, the highest one-day international score at the Sydney Cricket Ground, to lead Australia to 324 for ...

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Law enforcers intercepted the procession of Bangladesh Newspapers Employees Federation and Bangladesh Federal Union of Newspaper Press Workers when it was brought out in the city's Topkhana Road on Sunday demanding immediate announcement of the 9th wage board.


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Sonakshi Sinha to play a trapeze artist?


It's been a whole lot of ups and downs for Bosco Martis' directorial debut, Circus. The choreographer was on a high when he signed Sooraj Pancholi, Kangana Ranaut and Suniel Shetty in his film. But Kangana soon made an excuse and walked out. Then came Parineeti Chopra to step into ...

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No more room for the dead as Syria`s Aleppo is crushed


AP, Beirut :The old Aleppo cemetery filled up a year ago. The new one filled up last week. Now the dead are left in the besieged enclave's streets, buried in backyards and overwhelming the morgues.Medical officials secured yet another plot for the dead. But they say they have no way ...

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We must respect our human obligations and fight for humanity


Killing of Muslim Rohingyas is nothing new, it has been a systematically carried out act of ethnic cleansing. Rohingyas have legitimate grievance against the very notion that Myanmar is not their country.   Suu Kyi appealed for understanding of her nation's ethnic complexities, and said the world should not forget the ...

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Massive funeral for Brazil footballers killed in crash


Al Jazeera News :The bodies of 50 players, coaches and staff from a Brazilian football team tragically wiped out in a plane crash in Colombia arrived home on Saturday for a massive funeral.Fireworks lit up the sky over the stadium in Chapeco, in southern Brazil, as the Hercules cargo planes ...

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Australia's Maxwell fined for 'disrespectful' teammate comments


Australia allrounder Glenn Maxwell was Saturday fined by his team for his "disrespectful" comments about teammate Matthew Wade on the eve of their opening one-day international with New Zealand in Sydney.Maxwell said on Thursday he felt as though batting below Wade at No.6 for Victoria in the domestic Sheffield Shield ...

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina poses for photograph with the recipients of awards at a ceremony organised on the occasion of International Disabled Day at Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the city on Saturday.


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Aditya Chopra is humble: Vaani Kapoor


Actress Vaani Kapoor, who is gearing up for the release of her second film Befikre, has praised its director Aditya Chopra saying that he is a humble man. Asked how it was working with Chopra, Vaani told IANS over phone from Mumbai: “He is such a humble man. You can ...

Front Page »

  1. India`s southern leader Jayalalithaa dies, supporters grieve in streets
  2. Bullet-hit bodies of 3 abducted youths found in Dinajpur
  3. BD exporters see benefit

City »

  1. The grave of Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy bedecked with flowers placed by different organisations on Monday marking his 53rd death anniversary.
  2. Joint efforts to institutionalise democracy underscored
  3. `Cost-free schooling for all illiterate citizens by 2018`

Editorial »

  1. Private sector management for public hospitals
  2. Now Election Commission must do the right thing
  3. Missing the economic big picture

Entertainment »

  1. Was Dale Bhagwagar aware of Elena Kazan`s fate on Bigg Boss?
  2. Did Kahaani manage to recreate history?
  3. A full-fledged heroine

Sports »

  1. Premier Div Chess begins
  2. Asian U-14 series Tennis begins
  3. Tour de Bangladesh to be held in late December

Football »

  1. Feni Soccer hold Rahmatganj in BPL football
  2. Abahani-Mohammedan lock horn today
  3. Satkhira, Thakurgaon post wins in JFA Cup Football

Cricket »

  1. The victorious Indian team with the Asia Cup trophy after beating Pakistan by 17 runs in Women's T20 Asia Cup final in Bangkok on Sunday.
  2. Special plan to stop Gayle : Sammy
  3. BCB announces Rubel Hossain to replace Mohammad Shahid

Chittagong »

  1. Hijacking impersonating DB police, 5 held
  2. Ajay Krishno Das Majumder, Chief Advisor, Bangladesh Gita Shikha Committee (BAGISH), Chittagong City Unit speaking at a meeting of the organisation recently.
  3. Ailing Jamaluddin passing miserable life

National »

  1. JAMALPUR: People of Bakiganj Upazila brought out a procession protesting repression on women and early marriage organised by CARE Bangladesh and ESDO on Sunday.
  2. GAZIPUR: Harun-ur-Rashid, SP, Gazipur speaking at a press conference after recovery of 1,500 bottles of phensidyl on Saturday.
  3. NARSINGDI: DC of Narsingdi Abu Hena Morshed Jamal greeted by high officials of Narsingdi District Anti-Corruption Committee for being promoted as Joint Secretary recently. Among others, Prof Surjyakanta Das, President, Anti- Corruption Committee, Narsingdi, Rotarian Boshirul Islam Boshir, General Secretary and Haldhar Das, member of the committee were present.

Back Page »

  1. Hundreds of homeless slum dwellers living under the open sky after Korail shanties were gutted in fire on Sunday.
  2. RAB arrested five alleged arms traders from city`s Badda and Uttara areas on Sunday night with arms from their possessions.
  3. Campaign for NCC poll begins

Business & Economy »

  1. 7-day Furniture fair begins in Ctg Wednesday
  2. DSE index reaches 14-month high
  3. Abrar A Anwar, Chief Executive Officer and Apurva Jain, Head of Transaction Banking from Standard Chartered Bangladesh pose after inaugurating a Business Development Office for Karnaphuli Export Processing Zone in Chittagong recently. Senior officials of the bank were present at the programme among others.

International »

  1. Philippines VP quits Cabinet citing differences
  2. UN launches record $22.2b humanitarian appeal for 2017
  3. Army advances in Aleppo ahead of UN ceasefire vote

Life »

  1. Myths that need to be forgot about
  2. Interesting work laws around the world
  3. Trial of new anti-cancer drugs at Monash Pharmacy

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. Science Fair at ITHS
  2. Admission Fair at EDU
  3. Dr Golam Rahman's solo photo exhibition at DIU

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Court jurisdiction under Sec 561A can't be exercised too frequently
  2. Withholding bail is a measure of punishment
  3. Once promoted, one can't be demoted without cogent reason(s)

Campus Cronical »

  1. Young entrepreneurship
  2. Careers for science students
  3. Kids and credit cards

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. Bengal Classical Music Fest 2016
  2. Impression of Time
  3. Photography exhibition November à Paris

Weekend Plus »

  1. Regular walking routine helps prevent heart disease
  2. Secret behind Maggi Masala recipe is now revealed
  3. Three prerequisites for city father

New Nation Supplement »

  1. To Suhrawardy, politics is a way of life
  2. Remembering Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy
  3. Our Heartiest Felicitations to the Government and the brotherly people of the United Arab Emirates on their occasion of 45th National Day
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