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No more industries around Sundarbans By Other | Last Updated: 10th July, 2017, 00:00

The government will not allow any large-scale industrial and infrastructure developments around the Sundarbans before conducting a  Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA).  …

No more industries around Sundarbans

EC finalises roadmap to next national election

The Election Commission (EC) has finalised a roadmap to arrangements for the 11th national election in the country.   The roadmap was approved at a meeting held with Chief Election…


‘Grenade supplier’ Mahfuz put on 7-day remand

A Dhaka court on Sunday placed Sohel Mahfuz, ‘supplier of grenade’ used in the Gulshan café attack, on a seven-day remand in a case filed over the attack that killed 22 people, including…


PM for stopping sources of terror financing

Reiterating that terrorists have no boundary and religion, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday emphasised the need for stopping the sources of terror financing and arms supply, reports UNB.…

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Govt may revive cases against BNP men Govt may revive cases against BNP men

The government may go tough on BNP men if they attempt to carry out any sort of anarchy in the name of anti-government movement.   Insiders said the government may revive the cases…

Metropolis
Put pressure on Myanmar to take back Rohingyas Put pressure on Myanmar 
to take back Rohingyas

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday urged the international community, including the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), to put pressure on Myanmar to take back Rohingya refugees living in…

Sun Extra
Case against journo under section 57 protested at DU Case against journo
under section 57 
protested at DU

A human chain was formed at the foot of Aparajeya Bangla on the Dhaka University campus on Sunday demanding the withdrawal of a case filed against Jamuna TV senior reporter Nazmul Hossain under section…

Editorial
Terrorism and its Regional Implications Terrorism and its Regional Implications

Terrorism has been defined as the systematic use of violence to create a general environment of fear in a society to achieve a particular objective which could be political, economic and even religious.…

Scitech
Focusing trends on outsourcing market Focusing trends on outsourcing market

Content is still king in response to Google algorithm updates- new, high quality content delivered regularly; the new breed of agile entrepreneurs are outsourcing everything- except Tom Friedman’s…

Asia
North Korea warns of nuclear ‘tipping point’ North Korea warns of nuclear ‘tipping point’

SEOUL: North Korea on Sunday lashed out at a live-fire drill the US and South Korea staged in a show of force against Pyongyang, accusing Washington of pushing the peninsula to the “tipping point”…

World
Time to work ‘constructively’ with Russia, says Trump Time to work ‘constructively’ with Russia, says Trump

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump said Sunday it was time to work “constructively” with Russia but ruled out easing sanctions while the countries remained at odds over the conflicts…

Culturetainment
Ruma pairs up with Wadud for first time Ruma pairs up with Wadud for first time

Popular actress Anonna Ruma and actor Shatabdi Wadud pair up for the first time in a short film titled ‘Urdi’. Journalist Kajol Ghosh made the film, for the first time Kajorl…

Winner
Federer, Djokovic march on at Wimbledon Federer, Djokovic march on at Wimbledon

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic marched into the business end of Wimbledon as they reached the last 16, while women’s top seed Angelique Kerber scraped through on Saturday.  …

My Districts
Investment in industrial sector gets boost in Rajshahi region Investment in industrial sector gets boost in
Rajshahi region

RAJSHAHI: Investment to the industrial sector has gradually been increasing in Rajshahi region contributes to the field of its employment generation, reports BSS. Ataul Gani, Divisional…

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Indian Maoist violence claim 12,000 lives in 2 decades Indian Maoist violence claim 12,000 lives in 2 decades

NEW DELHI: As many as 12,000 people have lost their lives in Maoist violence over the last two decades and of these, 2,700 were personnel of security forces, reports PTI.   According…

Business
PDB in deal with China firm for solar power plant at Kaptai PDB in deal with China firm for solar power plant at Kaptai

State-owned Power Development Board (PDB) on Sunday signed a deal with Chinese ZTE Corporation to set up a 7.4 MW solar based power plant at Kaptai hydropower station in Chittagiong.  …

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