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No end to gold smuggling! By Other | Last Updated: 17th May, 2017, 00:00

Gold smuggling through the country’s two major airports goes unabated allegedly in collaboration with some dishonest officials. Though the law enforcers nab smugglers, the masterminds remain…

No end to gold smuggling!

Ministers, MPs involved in AL internal conflict

The grassroots of the ruling Awami League have been waiting to present misdeeds of some ministers and lawmakers before the party president and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during an extended meeting.…


BNP top brass worried about intra-party feud

Worried about the prevailing divisions in different tiers of BNP, the party high command has started work to overcome the organisational crisis ahead of the next national election. Party…


Sheikh Hasina’s Homecoming Day today

The 37th ‘Homecoming Day’ of Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be observed today in a befitting manner, reports UNB. On May 17 in 1981, Sheikh Hasina…

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Poor patients deprived of treatment at NIKDU Poor patients deprived of treatment at NIKDU

Poor patients, who come to Dhaka from rural areas, are being deprived of getting comprehensive treatment at the National Institute of Kidney Diseases and Urology (NIKDU) as brokers often divert them…

Metropolis
HC rule on class XI admission policy HC rule on class XI
admission policy

The High Court on Tuesday issued a rule asking the government to explain as to why the class XI admission policy-2017 should not be declared unlawful, reports UNB. The HC bench of Justice…

Sun Extra
1,600 eye patients receive free treatment in Kushtia 1,600 eye patients receive free treatment in Kushtia

A total of 1,600 eye patients received treatment for free at an eye camp at Harinarayanpur in Kushtia on Tuesday. Bashundhara Eye Hospital and Research Institute, Vision Care and Dwarka…

Editorial
Dalits in Bangladesh and Safeguarding their Rights Dalits in Bangladesh and 
Safeguarding their Rights

The term ‘Dalit’ is a Sanskrit word that means “those who have been broken and ground down deliberately by those above them in the social hierarchy. Those at the bottom are considered…

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Recycling of Garbage for Sustainable Environment Recycling of Garbage for 
Sustainable Environment

Garbage known as trash, rubbish and scrap, generally, considered as simply worthless discarded materials and products. It can carry toxic metals, chemicals, and other pollutants (i.e., organic and…

World
Fresh Syria peace talks open in Geneva Fresh Syria peace talks open in Geneva

GENEVA: A new round of Syria peace talks opened on Tuesday in Geneva, the latest United Nations push to resolve a six-year conflict that has killed more than 320,000 people, reports AFP.

Culturetainment
Udichi stages ‘Half Akhrai’ at Shilpakala Academy today Udichi stages ‘Half Akhrai’ at Shilpakala Academy today

The renowned cultural organisation Udichi will stage the play “Half Akhrai” at 7pm at the Experimental Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy today. Written by Ratan…

Winner
Sk Russel overpower Farashganj to book quarterfinal Sk Russel overpower Farashganj to book quarterfinal

Sheikh Russel Krira Chakra secured the quarterfinal of Federation Cup Football 2017 defeating Farashganj Sporting Club by 3-0 goals in group B match on Tuesday. The match was held at…

My Districts
Entrepreneurship development training underscored Entrepreneurship development training underscored

RAJSHAHI: Speakers at a discussion here on Monday resolved that there was no alternative to industrial entrepreneurship development training for infusing dynamism into the industrialisation process…

Business
Inflation edges up to 5.39pc in March Inflation edges up to 5.39pc in March

General inflation edged up to 5.39 percent in the month of March, up from 5.31 percent in February, mainly driven by higher food prices, suggest latest official data. National Consumer…

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