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Clinics, diagnostic centres playing with patients’ life By Other | Last Updated: 4th July, 2018, 00:00

Hundreds of private clinics and diagnostic centres across the country are not paying proper attention to patients thereby posing a serious risk to their lives. Many said there is a mushroom…

Clinics, diagnostic centres playing 
with patients’ life

Sweden sail into quarters

SAINT PETERSBURG: Sweden reached the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in 24 years after Emil Forsberg’s deflected shot earned a scrappy 1-0 win over Switzerland on Tuesday, reports…


Hasina-Modi meet next month

New Delhi: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is likely to meet her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu in August. The two premiers will meet on the sidelines…


Listed drug dealers still on run

Law enforcers found no great success in their drives against listed top drug dealers in many places due to leak of information before the raids. Police sources said top drug traders manage to…

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Flooding likely in northern region this season Flooding likely in northern region this season

Floods may hit the districts in the country’s northern part as water levels in the major rivers were flowing close to danger level on Tuesday evening and continue to rise. Water levels…

Metropolis
Govt intends to keep political parties off polls: ASM Rab Govt intends to keep political parties off polls: ASM Rab

Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) President ASM Abdur Rob on Tuesday alleged that the government wants to keep some political parties away from the next parliamentary election. He alleged that the…

Biz Capital
Panic grips city dwellers as water-borne diseases spreading to new areas Panic grips city dwellers as water-borne diseases spreading to new areas

With increasing number of patients and spread of water-borne diseases to new areas, panic gripped the city residents as the reason behind spread of the disease is yet to be identified. At least…

Editorial
Envisioning an Urbanised Bangladesh Envisioning an Urbanised Bangladesh

In the recent past, Bangladesh has joined the league of the developing nations from that of least developed countries. This is a no mean success for the nation given the challenges it had to encounter…

USA INDEPENDENCE DAY
3, 2, 1: Bangladesh Is Taking Off 3, 2, 1: Bangladesh Is Taking Off

DHAKA, July 04, 2018— Bangladesh has achieved many milestones since its independence in 1971. The latest is its entrance to the space age.  A Bangladeshi communications satellite was launched…

Business
Nordic cos keen to expand business in Bangladesh Nordic cos keen to expand  business in Bangladesh

Despite various constraints, Nordic companies are considering more investment in Bangladesh as doing business here is quite profitable, says a survey report.   Although Nordic companies…

Asia
Najib: From powerful PM to graft suspect Najib: From powerful PM to graft suspect

KUALA LUMPUR: From prime minister of Malaysia two months ago to key suspect in a massive corruption scandal, Najib Razak’s stunning fall from grace has been swift and hard, reports AFP. Since…

World
US senators on rare visit to Moscow ahead of Putin-Trump summit US senators on rare visit to Moscow ahead of Putin-Trump summit

MOSCOW: Republican US senators met with Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on a rare visit to Moscow Tuesday ahead of a summit between the countries’ presidents Vladimir Putin and…

Culturetainment
Boney M to perform in Dhaka on July 13 Boney M to perform in Dhaka on July 13

The popular 1970s disco group “Boney M” is coming to Bangladesh to perform a musical performance titled ‘Bony M live in Dhaka’. The world’s famous German origin…

Winner
Neymar unfazed by critics after Mexico win Neymar unfazed by critics after Mexico win

Brazil superstar Neymar brushed off his critics after firing the five-time World Cup winners to victory over Mexico on Monday and into a quarter-final showdown with Belgium. Neymar scored one…

My Districts
‘Awareness about early preparedness can reduce disaster risks’ ‘Awareness about early preparedness can reduce disaster risks’

GAIBANDHA: Speakers at a function here on Tuesday underscored the need for creating much awareness to the people of disaster prone areas here about early preparedness in a bid to reduce risks of natural…

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Austria vows to ‘protect’ its borders after German migrant deal Austria vows to ‘protect’ its borders after German migrant deal

VIENNA: Austria’s government warned Tuesday it could “take measures to protect” its borders after Germany planned restrictions on the entry of migrants as part of a deal to avert…

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