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More Rohingya mass graves uncovered By Other | Last Updated: 2nd February, 2018, 00:00

Five more mass graves have been reported by Rohingya Muslims refugees who survived attacks on their villages by Myanmar military. Associated Press news agency has become sure of the existence…

More Rohingya mass graves uncovered

Spread Bengali art and culture across globe

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday called for spreading the country’s art, culture and literature across the world to help the nation flourish. “Our art and culture won’t…


BNP plans to gather one lakh people in capital

BNP has planned to gather around one lakh people in the capital ahead of a court verdict to be delivered on February 8 in a graft case filed against party chairperson Khaleda Zia Sources in…


Swiss President due Sunday

The President of the Swiss Confederation Alain Berset will pay an official visit to Bangladesh on February 4-7, the first official visit by any Swiss president to Bangladesh, reports UNB. There…

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Early variety potato growers suffer losses Early variety potato 
growers suffer losses

Early variety potato growers across the country have suffered huge losses this season due to plenty of supply of Indian potato much before arrival of local variety of potato in the markets. During…

Metropolis
Force Myanmar to implement Annan Commission report Force Myanmar to implement 
Annan Commission report

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday reiterated her call to the international community, including the United Nations, to keep up their pressure on Myanmar to properly implement the Annan Commission…

Sun Extra
Bashundhara LP Gas holds safety campaign in Mymensingh Bashundhara LP Gas holds safety campaign in Mymensingh

Bashundhara LP Gas Ltd (BLPGL), a concern of the country’s leading business conglomerate Bashundhara Group’, started its 4th round nationwide awareness programme tilted “Safe Home”.…

Editorial
Where is the Role of Foreign Diplomats in Our Election? Where is the Role of Foreign Diplomats in Our Election?

An article, published recently on a local Bengali daily, said that the government might face diplomatic challenges in Bangladesh’s upcoming national election. Frankly speaking, this is not something…

Our faith
Muhammad (pbuh) towards slaves Muhammad (pbuh)
towards slaves

The Prophet was particularly kind to slaves. He used to say, ‘They are your brothers give them to eat what you eat give them to wear what you wear.’ When ever he received any slave he always…

Asia
Xi Jinping wants ‘new level’ of China-Britain ties Xi Jinping wants ‘new level’ of China-Britain ties

BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday that their countries should take trade ties to “a new level” as London scouts the globe for fresh…

World
Saudi, UAE envoys bid to end standoff in Yemen’s Aden Saudi, UAE envoys bid to end standoff in Yemen’s Aden

ADEN: Saudi and Emirati envoys shuttled between Yemeni government forces and besieging southern separatists in second city Aden on Thursday in a bid to end a tense standoff after days of deadly infighting,…

Culturetainment
Dhaka Art Summit begins today Dhaka Art Summit begins today

The 4th edition of the Dhaka Art Summit (DAS) is set to begin at Bangladesh Shilapkala Academy (BSA) today, reports UNB. Samdani Art Foundation arranged the event highlighting the dynamic evolution…

Winner
Lankans launch strong reply against Tigers Lankans launch strong reply against Tigers

It is now confirm that the pitch in the port city has nothing to offer to the bowlers. After a mammoth total amassed by Bangladesh National Cricket Team in their first innings, Sri Lanka batters showed…

My Districts
Bed planting wheat farming gains ground in Rajshahi Bed planting wheat farming gains ground in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: Acreage of wheat farming through using bed-planting method has gained momentum in the region including vast barind tract, reports BSS. Farmers, scientists and researchers narrated…

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Myanmar court denies bail to Reuters journos held under secrecy law Myanmar court denies bail to Reuters journos held under secrecy law

YANGON: A Myanmar court on Thursday denied bail to two Reuters journalists charged under a secrecy act that could see them face up to 14 years in jail, in a case that has sparked outcry over shrinking…

Business
WB to help make cash transfer transparent WB to help make cash transfer transparent

The World Bank has approved a $300 million financing to improve the transparency and efficiency of major cash transfer programmes in Bangladesh. The approval for the loan from the lender’s…

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