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Massive hunt for 100 top drug dealers in city By Other | Last Updated: 2nd June, 2018, 00:00

Law enforcers are now on a massive hunt to trace and catch over 100 listed drug traders in the capital. In the wake of nationwide anti-drug crackdown, these identified drug dealers have gone…

Massive hunt for 
100 top drug 
dealers in city

Sunken vessels cause unsafe navigation

Hundreds of vessels sunk in waterways of the country are causing unsafe navigation and posing a threat to biodiversity, official sources said. About 1,244 vessels sank in rivers and channels…


UN, Myanmar agree on first steps toward Rohingya repatriation

Yangon: Myanmar and the United Nations agreed to take steps to create conditions for the safe return of about 700,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled military-led violence into Bangladesh, reports UNB.…


Capital market to get incentives in next budget

The government is going to announce a set of incentives in the upcoming budget for 2018-19 fiscal year to make the country’s capital market vibrant. Finance Minister AMA Muhith is likely…

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‘Country needs e-commerce policy to boost business’ ‘Country needs e-commerce policy to boost business’

As e-commerce business is gradually flourishing, the country needs a platform and adequate digital infrastructures, speakers said at an expo on Friday. They expressed the opinion while addressing…

Metropolis
It is time to build resistance against govt: Fakhrul It is time to build resistance against govt: Fakhrul

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir asked party men to put up resistance against the ‘misdeeds’ of the Awami League government. “Every conscious citizen has the…

Sun Extra
US unemployment at 18-year low US unemployment
at 18-year low

WASHINGTON: U.S. employers extended a streak of solid hiring in May, adding 223,000 jobs and helping lower the unemployment rate to an 18-year low of 3.8 percent from 3.9 percent in April, reports…

Editorial
From Bangladesh with Love From Bangladesh with Love

Being a member of Prime Minister Sk. Hasina’s entourage during her overseas or foreign visit is not only an honour but also a chance to look into the tireless work style of the Prime Minister.…

Post-logue
A Grave Denial of Egalitarian Principles A Grave Denial of 
Egalitarian Principles

May be it sounds like a pleasantry as this writing attempts to talk on establishing Hindu women’s rights to property in Bangladesh when whole world is progressing with a notion of equal rights…

Asia
Maritime deal essential for security of int’l waters Maritime deal essential for security of int’l waters

SINGAPORE: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi renewed calls Friday for a maritime agreement that would make international waters more secure amid increasingly tense territorial disputes in…

World
Spanish govt collapses after no-confidence vote Spanish govt collapses after no-confidence vote

MADRID: Spain’s parliament on Friday ousted Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in a no-confidence vote sparked by fury over his party’s corruption woes, with his Socialist arch-rival Pedro Sanchez…

Culturetainment
Asif, Kornia’s second duet released Asif, Kornia’s second 
duet released

Audience-admired singer Asif Akbar and Young singer Kornia have released their second duet song recently. The song titled ‘Ekbar Chuye Ja Hridoy’ has been released under the banner…

Winner
England, Belgium strong favourites for Group G England, Belgium strong favourites for Group G

Belgium and England are strong favourites to progress from World Cup Group G as Tunisia and tournament debutants Panama hope to spring a huge surprise. Touted as the “golden generation”,…

My Districts
Silk shopping gains momentum in Rajshahi Silk shopping gains momentum in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: On the eve of holy Eid-ul-Fitr, shopping in the silk shops and showrooms has gained momentum, reports BSS. The fashion passionate people use silk wears during Eid festival in this…

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World’s highest ER battles to save lives on Everest World’s highest ER battles to 
save lives on Everest

EVEREST BASE CAMP: As word came over the radio that a Sherpa had been struck on the head by a falling rock high on Everest, the three doctors at base camp jumped into action, fully aware that saving…

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