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Refugees need ‘massive’ aid By Not defined | Last Updated: 25th September, 2017, 00:00

COX’S BAZAR: Bangladesh needs “massive international assistance” to feed and shelter the 436,000 Rohingya who have fled Myanmar in recent weeks, the head of the UN refugee agency…

Refugees need 
‘massive’ aid

Rape horrors haunt them

COX’S BAZAR: Shamila clutches her daughter’s hand so tightly it turns white as she recounts how soldiers broke into her home in Myanmar and gang-raped her in front of her children —…


Rumour !

A rumour has spread across the country that some members of the Special Security Force (SSF) were preparing to kill Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on August 24. Six to seven SSF members…


‘Pakistan a terror export factory’

Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj took a swipe at its hostile neighbour Pakistan, saying ‘Pakistan is an export factory for terror’. She came up with the comment while addressing…

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12 pvt varsities run with 50pc part-time teachers 12 pvt varsities run with 50pc part-time teachers

At least 12 private universities have appointed over 50 percent teachers part-time in violation of law to carry out academic activities in the country. The Private Universities Act 2010…

Metropolis
Project true history of Liberation War Project true history of Liberation War

President Abdul Hamid on Sunday urged the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh to take initiatives to present the real history of the country’s Liberation War, reports UNB. He came up…

Sun Extra
Certificate giving ceremony held at IUBAT Certificate giving
ceremony held
at IUBAT

The certificate awarding ceremony of three professional certificate courses was held at the conference hall of the International University of Business Agriculture and Technology (IUBAT) in the capital…

Editorial
Resource Generation from Local Sources: Union Parishad Perspectives Resource Generation from Local Sources: Union Parishad Perspectives

In Bangladesh, there are provisions for local government bodies for different tiers of administration. The Union Parishads (UPs) are the local government bodies for the lowest tier and are located…

Scitech
Bangladesh launches world’s first ‘SDG Tracker’ Bangladesh launches world’s first ‘SDG Tracker’

Bangladesh launched technology-based platform to monitor the national programmes integrated with Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) which is considered as first of its kind in the world.

Asia
US, North Korea war of words escalates US, North Korea war of words escalates

UNITED NATIONS: US President Donald Trump has made new threats against North Korea in response to the country’s foreign minister’s fiery speech at the UN on Saturday, reports BBC.

World
Four top UK ministers plotted to oust May after polls fiasco Four top UK ministers plotted
to oust May after polls fiasco

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a plot from her senior cabinet ministers to oust her in the immediate aftermath of the June general election that saw the Conservative party lose its…

Culturetainment
Bangladesh-China Youth Camp displays cultural heritage Bangladesh-China Youth Camp displays cultural heritage

Youths from Bangladesh and China showcased their respective rich culture through music, traditional dances and other activities to forge deep cultural ties between the two countries in Kunming on Saturday…

Winner
Nuruzzaman shines in rain-hit NCL Nuruzzaman shines
in rain-hit NCL

Barisal Division will have to climb over a mammoth 371 runs in the final day to win on the final day tomorrow against Khulna Division as stumps were drawn on the third day of the first tier match of…

My Districts
Rangpur flood victims in urgent need of rehabilitation Rangpur flood victims in urgent need of rehabilitation

RANGPUR: Jorna Begum along with her husband Belal Hossain, a poor farmer of Modhupur village in Kawnia upazila of Rangpur, left her flooded home on August 12. After staying on a flood protection embankment…

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Will take ‘necessary measures’ to protect unity: Iraqi PM Will take ‘necessary measures’ 
to protect unity: Iraqi PM

BAGHDAD: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Sunday Baghdad would take the “necessary measures” to protect Iraqi unity, speaking on the eve of an independence referendum in the Kurdish…

Business
BPDB rejects GTCL’s funding proposal for pipeline project BPDB rejects GTCL’s funding 
proposal for pipeline project

Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) rejects a proposal from Gas Transmission Company Limited (GTCL) for setting up a gas transmission pipeline project with equal funding.   The…

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