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Police stations or dumping grounds? By Other | Last Updated: 10th March, 2018, 00:00

Complexes and premises of all the police stations under Dhaka Metropolitan Police have become dumping grounds for the vehicles seized on different grounds. Official sources said hundreds of…

Police stations or dumping grounds?

Gold import policy on the cards

The government is going to formulate the first-ever gold import policy to prevent smuggling of the precious metal. People related to gold business said a good policy can facilitate export of…


Rice, sugar, veg rise further

Prices of rice, vegetables and sugar soared further in the kitchen markets in the city, putting more pressure on the wallets of the consumers. Consumers said prices of most of the commodities…


Trump, Kim to sit for historic meet in May

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump has agreed to a historic first meeting with Kim Jong Un in a stunning development in America’s high-stakes nuclear standoff with North Korea, reports AFP.…

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Bangladesh thrives in women entrepreneurship Bangladesh thrives in women entrepreneurship

Bangladeshi women are ahead of United Kingdom, Japan and India in terms of business ownership as one-fourth of the businesses in the country are led by women, an international study revealed. Bangladesh…

Metropolis
Seoul keen to help Dhaka in infrastructure dev Seoul keen to help Dhaka
in infrastructure dev

South Korea is willing to share its ideas and experiences with Bangladesh to build a model city blending the nature and modern technologies so that all could live there in peace and happiness, reports…

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Bangabandhu’s March 7 speech incomparable Bangabandhu’s March 7
speech incomparable

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday said the historic 7th March Speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is quite different from that of other great leaders of the world, reports UNB. “This…

Editorial
Don’t Kill the Pied Piper in the Name Of Islam Don’t Kill the Pied Piper in the Name Of Islam

Dr. Zafar Iqbal popularly known as Zafar Iqbal sir to his millions of young and teenage readers of his  popular science fictions is recovering from multiple stab injuries hurled at him on March…

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Bangla Rules in All Domains of National Life Bangla Rules in All Domains of National Life

In my preceding article in the Daily Sun, I tried to explain whether English should be taught as a compulsory subject from primary level in Bangladesh. In that article I wrote that there should not…

Asia
Suicide bomber kills 9 in Kabul Shia area Suicide bomber kills 9 in Kabul Shia area

KABUL: A suicide bomber blew himself up in a Shia area of Kabul on Friday, killing at least nine people, officials said, as militants dial up pressure on the war-weary Afghan capital, reports AFP.…

World
Fresh shelling puts aid delivery at risk in Syrian Ghouta Fresh shelling puts aid delivery at risk in Syrian Ghouta

DOUMA: Fresh shelling of Eastern Ghouta endangered a vital aid delivery on Friday, nearly three weeks into a blistering Syrian regime offensive that has seized more than half of the rebel enclave,…

Culturetainment
Bubly pairs up with Shakib in two new movies Bubly pairs up with Shakib in two new movies

Dhallywood film actress Shobnom Yesmin Bubly signed two new movies with Popular Bangla film star Shakib Khan recently. The two movies are‘Captain Khan’ and ‘Amar Swapno Amar…

Winner
Tigers look to settle scores with Lankans Tigers look to settle scores with Lankans

In a bid to announce their comeback, Bangladesh National Cricket Team will take on Sri Lanka in their Nidahas Trophy encounter at R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka today. The match will…

My Districts
Banana farming changes lot of women in Manikganj Banana farming changes lot of women in Manikganj

x MANIKGANJ: Afroza Khatun is a 45-year-old housewife in Ramchandrapur village of Sutalori union under Harirampur upazila in Manikganj district. Her husband is a day labourer, reports BSS. Only…

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Ultra-nationalist Myanmar monk walks free from prison Ultra-nationalist Myanmar monk walks free from prison

YANGON: An ultra-nationalist Myanmar monk was defiant upon his release from prison on Friday after serving time for an anti-Rohingya protest in 2016, a rare punishment handed to one of the country’s…

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