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Zafar Iqbal stabbed on SUST campus By Other | Last Updated: 4th March, 2018, 00:00

Noted writer Professor Muhammed Zafar Iqbal was injured after a youth stabbed him on the campus of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) in Sylhet on Saturday. Witnesses said…

Zafar Iqbal stabbed 
on SUST campus

Vote for ‘boat’ to keep pace of development: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday sought votes for boat, the electoral symbol of the Awami League, in the upcoming national elections for continuation of the current pace of development.…


‘Export skilled manpower, boost remittance earning’

Bangladesh can boost its remittance earning by exporting skilled manpower to various countries, especially the USA, said a US legal expert. Although the standard of education in Bangladesh is…


‘AL not seeking advice from foreign quarters to hold participatory polls’

Ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday said  the government is not seeking any kind of advice from international quarters for holding the next general election in a participatory…

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‘US to do everything possible for Rohingyas’ safety’ ‘US to do everything possible for Rohingyas’ safety’

Cox’s Bazar: The United States has said the world will continue to watch the Rohingya situation and will continue to do everything possible to make sure that Rohingyas are protected and safe,…

Metropolis
Online campaign likely to be restricted Online campaign likely to be restricted

The Election Commission has drafted the code of conduct for the upcoming parliamentary polls banning election campaign on social media and electronic displays, reports UNB. The Commission incorporated…

Editorial
Curbing Corruption: An Imperative for Bangladesh Curbing Corruption: An
Imperative for Bangladesh

By corruption is meant bribery, nepotism, misuse of public money for private gains and other such offences. Corruption arises from moral deterioration.  It breeds in society in the open and concealed…

Business
Govt urged to re-assess dry gas fields output Govt urged to re-assess dry gas fields output

Energy experts at a seminar on Saturday advised the government to re-assess the hydrocarbon resources in country’s dry gas fields to make fresh output from these. The advice of energy…

Opinion
As I remember 1971 As I remember 1971

Some memories of our Liberation War are still fresh in my mind while some are hazy. I can clearly remember the historic 7th March Speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. This speech is certainly…

Asia
BJP leads in assembly polls in Indian northeast BJP leads in assembly polls in Indian northeast

NEW DELHI: A dash of anti-incumbency, a few strategic regional alliances and a huge outreach effort by parent organisation RSS have helped the BJP generate a saffron wave in the northeast, a region…

World
36 Syrian pro-govt fighters killed in Turkish strikes 36 Syrian pro-govt fighters killed in Turkish strikes

BEIRUT: Turkish air strikes killed at least 36 pro-regime fighters backing Kurdish militia in Syria’s northwestern Kurdish enclave of Afrin on Saturday, a monitoring group said, reports AFP.…

Culturetainment
Sadhusanga at Shilpakala Academy Sadhusanga at Shilpakala Academy

Sadhusanga held on the premises of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy in memory of legendry mystic bard Baul king Lalon Shah on Friday. Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) was organised the Sadhusanga…

Winner
Sk Jamal to create int’l standard players, says Safwan Sobhan Sk Jamal to create 
int’l standard players, 
says Safwan Sobhan

President of Lt Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club Ltd and Vice-Chairman of Bashundhara Group Safwan Sobhan Tasvir has said that Sheikh Jamal Cricket Academy will do everything to develop international-standard…

My Districts
Groundnut cultivation gets popular in Panchagarh Groundnut cultivation gets popular in Panchagarh

PANCHAGARH: Groundnut cultivation is gaining popularity among the farmers in the district recently as soil and weather condition are very suitable for groundnut cultivation, reports BSS. Department…

Campus
A Chinese student’s sojourn in Bangladesh A Chinese student’s sojourn
in Bangladesh

My name is Liyalu. I’m from China. I’m a junior student majoring in Accounting at SIAS International University in Henan Province of China. My English name is Rachel, but now I have a Bangladeshi…

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