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Myanmar agrees to take Rohingyas back By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 3rd October, 2017, 00:00

Myanmar has proposed to take back its Rohingya people who have taken shelter in Bangladesh following recent atrocities by security forces against them in their homeland. “Myanmar…

Myanmar agrees to take Rohingyas back

58 killed, 515 injured in US concert shooting

LAS VEGAS: At least 58 people were killed and more than 500 injured when a heavily armed “lone wolf” gunman opened fire from a 32-floor hotel room on an open-air concert on the Las Vegas…


We have proved, we can: PM

Washington: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina beamed with exaltation and cheer at the first installation of a span on the country’s much-hyped biggest infrastructure Padma Bridge project and said,…


CJ goes on month-long leave today

Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha is going on leave for one month today amid controversy over his derogatory comment about Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the verdict on…

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We’ll eat one meal a day for Rohingyas, if necessary: PM We’ll eat one meal a day for Rohingyas,
if necessary: PM

WASHINGTON: Highlighting her government’s steps to provide shelter, food and medicare for distressed Rohingya people, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the countrymen will eat one meal a…

Metropolis
Bangladesh sets example in UN peacekeeping mission Bangladesh sets example in
UN peacekeeping mission

President Abdul Hamid on Monday reiterated that Bangladeshi peacekeepers would continue their efforts to maintain global peace and stability in the future, reports UNB. “Bangladeshi…

Sun Extra
Int’l seminar on knowledge management held at BUP Int’l seminar
on knowledge management held at BUP

An international seminar titled “How can Knowledge Management be used in Armed Forces” was held at Bijoy Auditorium of Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) in the capital on Monday.…

Editorial
Facilitating Higher Education Facilitating Higher Education

For facilitating higher education, introduction of an academic guidance advisory committee for the students is an urgent requirement in the individual departments of universities. The students should…

News & Newsmaker
‘Divorce Exam’ that couples must fail ‘Divorce Exam’ that
couples must fail

Getting a divorce is never easy for anyone involved, but it is particularly difficult at the Yibin People’s Court, in China’s Sichuan Province, where one magistrate recently implemented…

Asia
India celebrates 148th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi India celebrates 148th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

New Delhi: Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and top leaders paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his 148th birth anniversary and asked the people to follow the noble ideals…

World
Las Vegas shooting: Most unimaginable event Las Vegas shooting: Most unimaginable event

Traumatised celebrities have tweeted about the “unimaginable” horror they witnessed in Las Vegas following the deadliest mass shooting in US history, reports The telegraph.co.uk.

Culturetainment
Two-week solo painting exhibition begins Two-week solo painting exhibition begins

A two week long solo painting exhibition titled ‘Cryptic Monologue’ by artist Javed Jalil has begun at EMK Center in capital’s Dhanmondi area on Monday. EMK Center and…

Winner
Proteas crush Tigers to take Test series lead Proteas crush Tigers to take Test series lead

The pace of Kagiso Rabada and the spin of Keshav Maharaj sent Bangladesh crashing to a 333-run defeat on the fifth day of the first Test against South Africa at Senwes Park on Monday. …

My Districts
Jhinga cultivation gains popularity in Jessore Jhinga cultivation gains
popularity in Jessore

JESSORE: Farmers in eight upazilas of the district are getting financial benefit by growing Ridge Gourd (Jhinga) on their lands, reports BSS. Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE)…

Business
BERC to conduct feasibility study on impact of power tariff hike BERC to conduct feasibility study
on impact of power tariff hike

Energy regulatory authorities on Monday announced to conduct a feasibility study to examine the economic impact of increasing power tariff on consumer goods and services. Bangladesh Energy…

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