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Date-expired, rotten dates flood markets By Other | Last Updated: 12th May, 2019, 00:00

Date-expired and rotten dates have flooded markets across the country as the holy month of Ramadan started pushing up its demand. During Ramadan, date is popular for iftar. Date-expired dates…

Date-expired, rotten dates flood markets

Hospitals overflow with patients

The ongoing heat wave has brought miseries to people who work outdoors. Many people are sufferings from various heat-related and water-borne diseases, including viral fever, diarrhoea, dehydration,…


GP may get 15 more days to pay Tk 12,579cr

The country’s largest telecom operator Grameenphone Ltd may get another 15 days to pay Tk 12,579 crore demanded by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) for the alleged financial…

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37 Bangladeshis among 60 migrants die 37 Bangladeshis among 60 migrants die

TUNIS: Around 60 migrants most of them from Bangladesh have died after their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea after it left Libya for Italy, the Tunisian Red Crescent said Saturday, reports AFP.…

Metropolis
Tarique to be brought to book: Hanif Tarique to be brought to book: Hanif

CHATTOGRAM: Awami League (AL) Joint General Secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif said killer, terrorist and corrupt Tarique Rahman will be tried after bringing back to the country.   The…

Editorial
War against Drug Will Continue War against Drug Will Continue

Illicit drug is a three hundred year old menace in our country which started with the subjugation of Indian subcontinent at the hand of British imperial force East India Company after the bloody battle…

Business
Country sees 12,412MW power generation Country sees 12,412MW power generation

Power generation witnesses a record high as much as 12,412MW gave people relief from the heat wave that is sweeping over parts of Bangladesh after rains triggered by cyclone ‘Fani’.…

Opinion
Tertiary education not the only solution to unemployment Tertiary education not the only solution to unemployment

Bangladesh is set to have an economic growth of 8.13 per cent in fiscal year 2018-2019, the highest percentage of economic growth in Bangladesh. Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal said this at the…

Asia
70 countries urge N Korea to scrap nuclear, ballistic weapons 70 countries urge N Korea to scrap nuclear, 
ballistic weapons

UNITED NATIONS: Seventy countries urged North Korea on Friday to scrap its nuclear weapons, ballistic missiles and related programs, decrying the “undiminished threat” posed to world peace,…

World
US to deploy more Patriot missiles to Mideast amid Iran threat US to deploy more Patriot missiles to Mideast amid Iran threat

WASHINGTON: The US has announced it will deploy additional Patriot missiles to the Middle East after US officials said intelligence indicates Iran and its proxies could be planning to threaten US forces…

Culturetainment
Ishana, Sarrief pair up for Somoyer Golpo Ishana, Sarrief pair up for Somoyer Golpo

Popular actress of the small screen Ishana Khan and Australian expatriate anchor-model-actor Sarrief Chowdhury will be seen together in a drama titled ‘Somoyer Golpo’. Talented director…

Winner
Bangladesh to face South Korea today Bangladesh to face South Korea today

Bangladesh will play against South Korea today for their maiden bronze in men’s recurve team event in the ongoing Stage-2 of World Cup Archery 2019 in Shanghai. The match will start at…

My Districts
RUET scientists invent country’s 1st hybrid car RUET scientists invent country’s 1st hybrid car

A researcher team of Rajshahi University of Engineering and technology (RUET) has innovated the country’s first hybrid car after two-year long research works.  Leader of the team…

Campus
Ruminations on Mother’s Day Ruminations on Mother’s Day

Would it be an exaggeration, if I say, ‘mothers are one of the best creations of the Almighty’? Of course, not! The Almighty has bestowed special power on them. They can multitask without…

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Aid groups suspend aid to Syria’s embattled northwest Aid groups suspend aid to Syria’s embattled northwest

BEIRUT: UN-linked aid groups have suspended activities in parts of violence-plagued northwest Syria, where stepped up bombardment by the regime and Russia is jeopardising the safety of humanitarian…

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