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Data communication to be monitored strictly By Other | Last Updated: 3rd July, 2017, 00:00

Intelligence agencies will intensify monitoring of data communication through instant messaging services with a view to curbing militant and anti-state activities. “The government…

Data communication to be monitored strictly

Corruption won’t be tolerated: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday warned government officials against corruption saying that there should be no dishonesty in any form, reports UNB. “I want work, I want work…


Huge financial irregularities found

Public sector project watchdog Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division (IMED) finds serious financial irregularities in Laksham-Chinki Astana double rail line project. In an…


515 Bangladeshis detained in Malaysia

Bangladeshis make up nearly half of the 1,035 foreign nationals detained on Saturday, the first day of Malaysia’s crackdown on illegal immigration, report agencies. Officers inspected…

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Allies oppose AL move to include IOF in 14-party Allies oppose AL
move to include IOF in 14-party

Partners of the ruling Awami League-led 14-party alliance on Sunday raised strong objection to the inclusion of Islami Oikya Front (IOF) in the alliance. The objection was made during…

Metropolis
Rural people at risk for Chikungunya: Experts Rural people at risk for 
Chikungunya: Experts

Although chikungunya outbreak is limited in Dhaka city this year, people in rural areas are at risk for the disease as studies showed presence of aedes mosquitoes, reports BSS. Senior…

Sun Extra
BGB seizes over 80 lakh yaba tablets in June BGB seizes over 80 lakh yaba tablets in June

The paramilitary force Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) has recovered over 80 lakh pieces of contraband yaba tablets from different parts of the country in June this year.   BGB personnel…

Editorial
Protection versus Violation of Human Rights: Challenges for Bangladesh Protection versus Violation of Human Rights: Challenges for Bangladesh

‘All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.’ Now it is universally accepted that human rights are inherent to all human beings irrespective of their nationality, place…

Scitech
Interpersonal relationship in the connected society Interpersonal relationship in the connected society

As we are living in the age of technology, the interpersonal relationship became more complicated for depending more on internet-based social networking. Youths days are more interested…

Asia
Duterte threatens to jail martial law critics Duterte threatens 
to jail martial 
law critics

MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to jail critics of his use of martial law in the violence-wracked south, days before the Supreme Court is set to rule on its legality this…

World
Obama urges world to stand against aggressive nationalism Obama urges world
to stand against
aggressive nationalism

JAKARTA: Barack Obama has called on the world to stand up for tolerance, moderation and respect for others – warning that sectarian politics could lead to chaos and violence, reports The Guardian.…

Culturetainment
Fahmida Nabi comes up with 16th solo album Fahmida Nabi comes up with 16th solo album

Popular singer Fahmida Nabi is going to release her 16th solo album titled ‘Bhul Kore Bhalobeshecci’.  In her new solo album will be included a new song composed by recently demised…

Winner
Hasaranga bags debut hat-trick Hasaranga bags debut 
hat-trick

Teenager Wanidu Hasaranga took a hat-trick on his international debut as Sri Lanka took revenge on Zimbabwe with a seven wicket drubbing in their second one day international on Sunday.

My Districts
Rotarians reaffirm commitment to serve humanity Rotarians reaffirm commitment to
serve humanity

RANGPUR: Rotarians here at a ceremony have reaffirmed their commitment of engaging their selfless efforts to serve the humanity where and when necessary side by side with building an enlightened society,…

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Egypt sentences 20 to death over killings of police Egypt sentences 20 to death over killings of police

CAIRO: An Egyptian court on Sunday sentenced 20 people to death over the killing of 13 policemen following the army’s 2013 ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, judicial officials said,…

Business
JICA to provide $1.59b ODA for infrastructure JICA to provide $1.59b 
ODA for infrastructure

The country will receive an amount of US$1.59 billion or 178.223 billion yen as Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) for six infrastructure projects. The government signed a…

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