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Most militancy cases stuck By Other | Last Updated: 3rd August, 2017, 00:00

Most of the cases filed against members of militant outfits have remained pending with different courts across the country due to slow trial process.   Lawyers of the prosecution…

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AL sets conditions for talks with BNP

The ruling Awami League has set some conditions for talks with opposition BNP to reach a consensus on election issues.   If BNP can fulfill conditions, AL may hold talks with them,…


Govt eyes $585m in tech neutrality fees

The government is targeting to earn $585 million (Tk 4719.19 crore) from the mobile operators as spectrum conversion or technology neutrality fees before going for 4G auction, a top official has said.…


Preserve city’s archaeological sites: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday asked the authorities concerned to take necessary steps for the conservation and renovation of the archaeological sites in Dhaka city, reports UNB.  …

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Patrolling intensified along border to check arms smuggling Patrolling intensified along border to check arms smuggling

The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) has intensified its surveillance on different border areas to check arms smuggling, the BGB chief has said.     BGB Director General (DG) Major…

Metropolis
Provide corruption-free services to people Provide corruption-free services to people

CHITTAGONG: Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) Chairman Iqbal Mahmood urged the government officials to provide people with corruption-free services.   The ACC chairman said this while…

Sun Extra
C’wealth youth work education consortium launched with 16 varsities C’wealth youth work education consortium launched with 16 varsities

Leading universities across the world are joining a Commonwealth initiative aimed at improving access to certified courses in youth work.     The Commonwealth Consortium of…

Editorial
Written Submission on 16th Amendment Case by M. Amir-Ul Islam Written Submission on 16th
Amendment Case by M. Amir-Ul Islam

The Supreme Court, on July 3, 2017, upheld a verdict of the High Court that declared illegal the 16th amendment to the Constitution which had empowered the parliament to impeach the apex court…

Education
National Examination Policy Is the Answer National Examination
Policy Is the Answer

Results of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) examination published on Sunday, 23 July have evoked divergent views from examinees, teachers, guardians, policy makers, educationists, media and…

Asia
Pull back troops from Doklam Pull back troops from Doklam

BEIJING: China on Wednesday said it has conveyed its firm stand to India that it must take “concrete actions” by immediately pulling back troops from Doklam in the Sikkim section with “no…

World
US-Russia ties could still get worse: Tillerson US-Russia ties could still get worse: Tillerson

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday he will meet with his Russian opposite number Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov over the weekend, but warned US-Russia ties could still get…

Culturetainment
Rabindra Sangeet evening at National Museum Rabindra Sangeet evening 
at National Museum

An Evening of Rabindra Sangeet titled “Borshar Gaane Rabindranath” will be held at Kobi Sufia Kamal Auditorium of National Museum in the capital on at 6:30 pm on Saturday.    …

Winner
Hathurusingha eyes positive results against Australia Hathurusingha eyes positive results against Australia

The forthcoming Test series against Australia is yet under the clouds due to the pay dispute between Cricket Australia and its players. But Bangladesh National Cricket Team head coach Chandika Hathurusingha…

My Districts
Ex-enclave people vow to build militancy-free Bangladesh Ex-enclave people vow to build militancy-free Bangladesh

RANGPUR: The people of 111 former enclaves celebrated the second anniversary of the historic land swap between Bangladesh and India on Tuesday with a vow to build a developed Bangladesh free from terrorism,…

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Taliban attack NATO convoy in Afghanistan Taliban attack NATO convoy 
in Afghanistan

KANDAHAR: A Taliban suicide bomber Wednesday rammed a vehicle filled with explosives into a convoy of foreign forces in Afghanistan’s restive southern province of Kandahar, causing casualties,…

Business
Govt plans to finalise CSR policy soon: Mannan Govt plans to finalise CSR policy soon: Mannan

Business leaders and sector experts at a seminar on Wednesday called for a comprehensive and integrated Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy as activities of responsible business directly impacts…

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