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Wildlife trafficking continues unabated By Other | Last Updated: 3rd March, 2018, 00:00

International wildlife traffickers have found Bangladesh as a big source of rare and endangered wild animals like tortoise, gecko, birds and tiger for smuggling them out of the country. The…

Wildlife trafficking continues unabated

44 cos yet to comply with BSEC directive

Around half a hundred companies have not yet complied with the directive of Bangla-desh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) on holding of minimum 30 percent stake jointly by sponsors of a listed…


Rohingyas in grip of panic

COX’S BAZAR: Tension in Bangladesh’s border with Myanmar at Tambru under Naikkhongchhari upazila in Bandarban continued for the second day on Friday following deployment of additional forces…


Prices of rice, onion still high

Prices of rice and onion are yet to come down to the expected level at the kitchen markets in the capital. Although prices of some vegetables increased slightly than that of last week, but some…

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Trees cut for drain, road dev work at Banasree in capital Trees cut for drain, road dev
work at Banasree in capital

Several hundred trees have been felled in the name of setting up a WASA drain and development work on Banasree main road stretching from Rampura Bridge to Meradia Bazar in the capital. Trees,…

Metropolis
Migration policies can amount to ill-treatment, torture: UN Migration policies can amount to ill-treatment, torture: UN

Increasingly obstructive laws, policies and practices have pushed migrants towards irregular pathways and methods marked by an escalating prevalence of torture and ill-treatment, the United Nations…

Sun Extra
West ups heat on Damascus as Ghouta civilians await aid West ups heat on Damascus as Ghouta civilians await aid

DOUMA: Western powers turned up the heat on Damascus on Friday as tens of thousands of civilians in Syria’s battered rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta awaited desperately needed aid, reports AFP.…

Editorial
Of Bad Loans and Bad Reporting Of Bad Loans and Bad Reporting

A healthy flow of credit is the lifeblood of economy. At present in our economy there is no dearth of bank loans. The flow of credit is being felt everywhere – from small entrepreneurial ventures…

Post-logue
The Journey to Independence and Freedom The Journey to Independence
and Freedom

Most of the struggles we have seen in the past are not the worn pages of history books. It happened right in front of our eyes as we carried on. Each and everything that happened around us and supported…

Asia
US sees hope for negotiated end to Afghan war US sees hope for negotiated end to Afghan war

WASHINGTON: The United States dared to permit itself renewed hope Thursday that the longest war in its history may be closer to a negotiated settlement, after Afghan-led talks went better than expected,…

World
Deep freeze continues in Europe Deep freeze continues in Europe

PARIS: Europe’s deep freeze, which has cost some 60 lives over the past week, showed little sign of ending Friday as a shivering continent awaited a sliver of weekend respite from the chaos wrought…

Culturetainment
Khilkhil Kazi, Salauddin to perform at Nat’l Museum today Khilkhil Kazi, Salauddin to perform at Nat’l Museum today

Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC) is organising an evening of recitation and songs by Khilkhil Kazi and Salauddin Ahmed at Bangladesh National Museum in the capital today. Indira Gandhi Culture…

Winner
Sheikh Jamal thunder past Gazi Group Sheikh Jamal thunder 
past Gazi Group

Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club Ltd came back to the party with a dominating 95-run win over Gazi Group Cricketers in their Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League encounter at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket…

My Districts
Garlic cultivation gets popular in Jessore Garlic cultivation gets popular in Jessore

JESSORE: Garlic, one of the cash crops of the country, is being cultivated commercially at Jhapa Union in Monirampur upazila, which is potential agricultural hub of Jessore district, reports UNB.…

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