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Dream shattered By Other | Last Updated: 3rd July, 2019, 00:00

Bangladesh’s dream of reaching the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup tournament has faded away as they lost their crucial game against India at Edgbaston in England on Tuesday. With this…

Dream shattered

AL new membership drive now from July 21

The plan for increasing the primary membership of the ruling Awami League remained in papers only as it has hardly reached its target set by the high-up, said reliable party sources. The party…


Padma Bridge on fast-track

The country’s biggest infrastructure project – Padma Bridge – believed to be the future lifeline of the country’s development – is taking shape rapidly. Sources…


‘Nayan Bond’ killed in gunfight: Police

Police in Barguna district on Tuesday said the man known as “Nayan Bond” and wanted for the gruesome killing of a youth in a feud over a girl, was killed in a “gunfight,” much…

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Key concerns of smaller communities must be addressed: PM Key concerns of smaller 
communities must be
addressed: PM

DALIAN: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday placed a five-point proposal, including creation of an environment of peace and fair competition by all countries staying away from rivalries, to make…

Metropolis
Don’t cheat Hajj pilgrims Don’t cheat Hajj pilgrims

President Abdul Hamid on Tuesday warned against negligence, irregularities and corruption in Hajj management saying that individuals, agencies and institutions involved in such practices will be punished,…

Biz Capital
Mega project to address waterlogging eviction drive to free canal begins Mega project to address waterlogging eviction drive to free canal begins

The much-talked-about eviction drive to free canals from encroachers was started in the port city on Tuesday. Chattogram Development Authority (CDA) started the drive in cooperation with the…

Editorial
Rifat’s Murder and Our Liability Rifat’s Murder and 
Our Liability

I was taken aback watching a video on social media that portrays an incident of killing of Rifat in front of his wife near Barguna Government College by a group of assailants in the presence of hundreds…

Business
Tipu defends gas price hike Tipu defends gas price hike

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi on Tuesday defended the gas price hike, saying that the increased price is still within the tolerable limit of people. “The gas price hike will certainly…

Post-logue
A Scapegrace Never Listens To Moral Lecture A Scapegrace Never Listens 
To Moral Lecture

The International Crimes Tribunal of Bangladesh is a domestic war crimes tribunal in Bangladesh set up in 2009 to investigate and prosecute suspects for the genocide committed in 1971 by the Pakistan…

Asia
Hong Kong grapples with protest aftermath Hong Kong grapples with protest aftermath

HONG KONG: Hong Kong Tuesday grappled with the aftermath of a night of unprecedented anti-government protests which saw parliament ransacked, as Beijing called for a criminal probe into the unparalleled…

World
Iran ‘playing with fire’ after nuke deal limit breached: Trump Iran ‘playing with fire’ after nuke deal limit breached: Trump

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump warned Monday that Iran is “playing with fire” after Tehran said it exceeded a limit on enriched uranium reserves under a 2015 nuclear deal abandoned…

Culturetainment
Nadia judging in two reality shows Nadia judging in two reality shows

Popular face of the small screen Nadia Ahmed is an actress, dancer, model and anchor simultaneously.  In a short span of carrier, she has won the hearts of millions with her versatility. Recently,…

Winner
Fizz freezes India Fizz freezes India

Cutter-master Mustafizur Rahman became the leading wicket taker for Bangladesh in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019 as he returned back to his old self proving his worth against favourite opponents India…

My Districts
Moulvibazar Poura Bus Terminal lies unused for 8 years Moulvibazar Poura Bus Terminal lies unused for 8 years

MOULVIBAZAR: Moulvibazar Poura Bus Terminal, the only bus stand in the town, has been lying unused for the last eight years due to reluctance among transport workers to use it, reports UNB. Claiming…

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Censorship fears as interview with Pakistan ex-president taken off air Censorship fears as interview with Pakistan 
ex-president taken off air

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s largest private broadcaster abruptly took an interview with former president Asif Ali Zardari off air shortly after it began, deepening fears of increasing censorship in…

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