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Big successes overshadowed by some failures By Other | Last Updated: 12th January, 2018, 00:00

The Awami League-led government steps into the fifth year of its second consecutive tenure today with successes in many areas and failures in some important fields. The AL-led 14-party alliance…

Big successes 
overshadowed 
by some failures

No possibility of recurrence of 1/11: Quader

The ruling Awami League on Thursday said there is no possibility of recurrence of 1/11 political changeover in the country as the party has learnt a lot from the previous incident. “Incident…


Severe cold may badly harm crops

The ongoing cold wave coupled with dense fog that has been sweeping across the country since January 4 might affect different seasonal crops and Boro seedlings. Dense fog and severe cold wave…


Crisis over Maulana Saad ends

The crisis over the arrival of India’s Tabligh Jamaat leader Maulana Saad Kandhalvi ended on Thursday as he will not attend the first phase of the three-day Biswa Ijtema at Tungi. “Maulana…

Back Page
Help govt implement dev programmes: PM Help govt implement
dev programmes: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday made a clarion call to all to help her government implement its development programmes to change the socioeconomic status of the mass people, reports UNB.…

Metropolis
TIB sounds caution against cybercrime surveillance misuse TIB sounds caution against cybercrime surveillance misuse

Expressing concern at surveillance of cybercrime, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) on Thursday said the misuse of surveillance of cybercrime can lead to the risk of curbing freedom of speech…

Sun Extra
Bangladesh embassy in US pays tribute to Bangabandhu Bangladesh embassy

in US pays tribute

to Bangabandhu

The historic Homecoming Day of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was observed with due solemnity at Bangladesh embassy in Washington on Wednesday. Bangladesh Ambassador…

Editorial
What Are We Drinking: Water Or Poison? What Are We Drinking: Water Or Poison?

So-called mineral water supplied to houses and offices in jars are not tested. In most cases, the water is filled in the jars right away from the tap and sometimes in the empty bottles of some of the…

Business
‘India can meet Bangladesh auto demand’ ‘India can meet Bangladesh auto demand’

Ifad Motors Limited on Thursday launched the Indian ‘TVS Kings 3 Wheeler’ at International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) in the capital. TVS Motors Company, India and Ifad Motors…

Our faith
Behaviour of Muhammad (pbuh) towards women Behaviour of Muhammad (pbuh) towards women

Muhammad (pbuh) was very kind and affectionate towards women. Women were very badly treated in those times. Muhammad (pbuh) gave them honour and dignity equal to men in the community. Umar (Ra) reported:…

World
EU urges US to preserve Iran nuclear deal EU urges US to preserve Iran nuclear deal

BRUSSELS: European Union powers on Thursday urged US President Donald Trump to endorse a key nuclear agreement with Iran saying the deal is essential for international security, reports AP. The…

Culturetainment
Selim Al Deen Memorial Fest begins at BSA today Selim Al Deen Memorial Fest begins at BSA today

A three-day Selim Al Deen Memorial Festival 2018 will begin at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) in the capital today. Troupe Dhaka Theatre in association with Bangladesh Gram Theatre has…

Winner
Runner-up Sheikh Jamal complete BPL journey Runner-up Sheikh Jamal complete BPL journey

Runner-up Lt Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club Ltd completed their journey of Bangladesh Premier League 2017-18 season with a defeat whereas champion Dhaka Abahani Ltd ended in a draw in their separate matches…

My Districts
‘Bangladesh attains significant success in economy’ ‘Bangladesh attains significant
success in economy’

RAJSHAHI: By virtue of realistic and vibrant steps taken by the present government, Bangladesh has attained remarkable success in economic and social sectors during the last nine years, said speakers…

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Japan protests after Chinese frigate sails near disputed isles Japan protests after Chinese frigate sails near disputed isles

TOKYO: Japan Thursday lodged an official protest with China, after it spotted a Chinese frigate in waters surrounding flashpoint islands in the East China Sea, the first such incursion in more than…

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