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Shakib’s ton falls short against England By Other | Last Updated: 9th June, 2019, 00:00

England completely outplayed Bangladesh as they defeated Tigers by 106 runs in their ICC World Cup 2019 group-stage encounter as Jason Roy made the highest individual score of ICC World Cup 2019 so…

Shakib’s ton falls short against England

Huge disparity between growth and research spending

The country’s top private universities are earning a huge amount of money by increasing tuition fees gradually but the expenditure on academic and research activities remain very low. According…


England post 386 against Tigers

England piled up a massive total of 386 runs for six wickets in their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match against Bangladesh at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Saturday. English opener Jason Roy has…


PM’s press briefing today

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will meet the press today after her 11-day tri-nation official visit to Japan, Saudi Arabia and Finland. “The press conference will be held at her official…

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Holidaymakers throng tourist spots Holidaymakers throng
tourist spots

A large number of holidaymakers have thronged different recreational, entertainment and tourist spots across the country to enjoy the five-day Eid festival holidays. Apart from spending Eid…

Metropolis
UN lauds Bangladeshi peacekeepers UN lauds Bangladeshi peacekeepers

The officials of the United Nations (UN) have praise d the Bangladeshi peacekeepers for their sincerity, dutifulness and professional attitudes, reports BSS. They expressed their commendation…

Editorial
Developing Bond Market for Infrastructure Developing Bond Market for Infrastructure

Bangladesh is one of the emerging economies of the world with a GDP of USD 250 billion (approx.). Although it is a small country in terms of area, we have a large population of more than 165 million.…

Opinion
Need to strictly implement food laws Need to strictly implement 
food laws

Like every year, the issue of adulterated food has drawn our attention this year too. It sends a chilling message to beware while buying and consuming food. The government regulatory bodies like Food…

Business
Bailout to continue for state-run banks Bailout to continue 
for state-run banks

The government will continue to inject fund into the state-run banks from revenue budget to manage the capital shortfall of the financial institutions. Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal will…

Asia
Modi’s ruling NDA may win key Rajya Sabha majority next year: Projection Modi’s ruling NDA may win key Rajya Sabha majority next year: Projection

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling alliance could achieve a crucial majority in the Rajya Sabha next year if some small regional parties join the bloc that recently won a massive…

World
US, Mexico reach deal to curb migration, avoid tariffs US, Mexico reach deal to curb migration, avoid tariffs

WASHINGTON: The United States and Mexico reached an 11th-hour deal late Friday to crack down on migration from Central America, with President Donald Trump relenting on threats to slap potentially…

Culturetainment
2nd Bangladesh Film Fest begins on Jun 11 2nd Bangladesh Film Fest begins on Jun 11

To demonstrate the diversity and richness of Bangladeshi culture, holding a film festival is one of the highly effective tools. To further intensify the people to people contact between two friendly…

Winner
Tigers lack killer instinct Tigers lack killer instinct

It seemed England were clinical in their approach as they reached 386 runs losing just 6 wickets against Bangladesh at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Saturday. Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza…

My Districts
Rajshahi FRS achieves success to control pest use in litchi Rajshahi FRS achieves success to control pest use in litchi

RAJSHAHI: Fruit Research Station (FRS) in Rajshahi has attained success towards controlling fruit borer pest in litchi creating massive hope among the farmers in terms of producing safe litchi in the…

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Experience of faculty exchange programme in HUHST, China Experience of faculty exchange 
programme in HUHST, China

It is said that “Heroes are not born, they are made”. China has always been a place of ancient mysteries and known as kingdom of Kungfu, land of dragons etc. As far as electronics and technological…

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Freed Turkish-American scientist vows to clear name Freed Turkish-American scientist vows to clear name

ANTAKYA: A former Turkish-American NASA scientist, detained in Turkey for nearly three years until his release last week, told AFP in an interview that he would do everything he could to clear his…

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