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Bangladesh in space, enters new era By Other | Last Updated: 12th May, 2018, 00:00

Bangladesh has made history by successfully launching the country’s maiden satellite into the earth’s orbit. Bangabandhu-1 blasted into the space in the early hours of Saturday,…

Bangladesh in space, enters new era

PM warns of action against campus violence

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday warned the troublemakers in educational institutions of taking stern action. “Acts of vandalism on the campuses are in no way acceptable. Such acts…


NGOs run Tk 815cr Rohingya projects

Different local and international NGOs (non-government organisations) have got Tk 815 crore released to run humanitarian programmes in Cox’s Bazar since the Rohingya exodus began in August last…


Ten killed in road crashes

At least 10 people were killed and several others injured in separate road accidents across the country on Friday. In Dhaka, three people, including a child were killed, and eight others injured…

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New BCL leaders to be named today New BCL leaders to be named today

The new leadership of Bangladesh Chhatra League, student wing of the ruling Awami League, will be named through negotiation today. The names of BCL central president and general secretary will…

Metropolis
Want to work for people’s welfare Want to work for 
people’s welfare

Kishoreganj: President Abdul Hamid on Friday sought people’s blessings so that he can perform his duty properly for the welfare of the country and its people, reports UNB. “I want…

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Bashundhara Khata-Kaler Kantho debate contest held in port city Bashundhara Khata-Kaler Kantho debate contest
held in port city

CHATTOGRAM: Bashundhara Khata-Kaler Kantho national school debate contest-2018 of Chattogram district level was held at Kazem Ali School and College in the port city on Friday. Shuvosangho,…

Editorial
Shared Cultures Provide a Unique Indo-Bangla Bond Shared Cultures Provide a Unique Indo-Bangla Bond

I welcome you all to the 8th Anniversary of the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre in Dhaka. During these eight years, our Cultural Centre has undertaken many activities which have increased the bonding…

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The Arc of Moral Universe May Be Long, But We’ll Get There in the End (Part 4) The Arc of Moral Universe May Be Long, But We’ll Get There in the End (Part 4)

The deadliest year of the campaign was 1992, when 45,000 people died, often in their homes, on the streets or in a string of concentration camps. Others perished in the siege of Sarajevo, the Bosnian…

Asia
Defeated Malaysian party urges ‘big changes’ Defeated Malaysian party urges ‘big changes’

KUALA LUMPUR: A senior member of defeated Malaysian leader Najib Razak’s party called on Friday for “big changes” after their coalition suffered a shock election defeat to an alliance…

World
US ‘wrong’ to quit Iran nuclear deal US ‘wrong’ to quit 
Iran nuclear deal

ANKARA: Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin agreed it was “wrong” for the United States to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, a Turkish…

Culturetainment
Chhaya, Shihab to perform at Nat’l Museum today Chhaya, Shihab to perform at Nat’l Museum today

Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC) is organising an evening of Rabindra Sangeet by Chhaya Karmakar and Recitation by Shihab Shahriyar at Bangladesh National Museum in the capital today. IGCC…

Winner
Dinajpur boys, Nilphamari men book final berths Dinajpur boys, Nilphamari men book final berths

Dinajpur Under-12 team and Nilphamari senior team claimed their places in the finals of their respective categories of Bashundhara Kings Cup after the semi-finals played at Rangpur District Stadium…

My Districts
Bumper Boro yield likely in Rangpur Bumper Boro yield likely in Rangpur

RANGPUR: Agriculture officials are expecting a bumper Boro rice production this season in Rangpur region where its harvest continues in full swing with excellent yield rate, reports BSS. Earlier,…

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Rift deepens as Europe seeks Trump alternatives Rift deepens as Europe seeks Trump alternatives

BRUSSELS: A deepening transatlantic rift as “flattery” fails to sway Donald Trump has left Europeans in search of new answers, including closer dealings with Russia that only recently would…

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