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Dhaka free from Gambling Act ! By Other | Last Updated: 3rd October, 2019, 00:00

Law enforcers have detained several hundred people from the capital in the last nine days as part of the ongoing crackdown on casinos, but none of the arrestees could be indicted under the current…

Dhaka free from Gambling Act !

Even my family members won't be spared: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday surprised Bangladeshis by warning that corrupts, even if they belonged to her family, would be punished to bring smiles to her people. “Whoever…


PM’s India visit: Focus on cementing ties, not Teesta

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is set to leave for New Delhi on Thursday amid a hype over Teesta  water sharing agreement, but in fact the focus should be on further cementing ties between Bangladesh…


Dozen deals, MoUs to be signed

Bangladesh and India are expected to sign around a dozen agreements and memorandums of understandings (MoUs) relating to  trade and investment, water sharing, connectivity and people to people…

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Internet gamblers hoodwink crime busters Internet gamblers hoodwink crime busters

Those involved in online gambling not only hoodwink crime busters to play, but also launder huge sums of money abroad by using banned websites called virtually positioning network (VPN). …

Metropolis
‘Docs’ absence in hospitals also corruption’ ‘Docs’ absence in hospitals also corruption’

Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque on Wednesday said absence of doctors in hospitals depriving patients of receiving health service is also the corruption.      …

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Bangladesh making enviable socio economic progress: Anisul Bangladesh making enviable socio economic progress: Anisul

Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq on Wednesday said Bangladesh has made it a policy priority to link infrastructural development with human development, resulting in social…

Editorial
Where is All the Currency? Where is All the Currency?

Where is all the currency?” is the caption of a case study from a popular textbook on Economics. The text book is written by N. Gregory Mankiw who is currently a professor of Economics at Harvard…

Business
How Bangladesh’s economic growth steals India’s thunder How Bangladesh’s economic

growth steals India’s thunder

NEW DELHI: The structure of Bangladesh's economy is quite different from India's. Unlike India, where the services sector contributes overwhelmingly while industry's contribution is much…

Education
Pedagogical excellence of the English Teacher of 'Dead Poets Society' Pedagogical excellence of the English Teacher of 'Dead Poets Society'

There has always been a conflict between realism and romanticism in our life. Sometimes realism wins the floor while romanticism gets stuck. On the other hand, romanticism becomes the meaning of life…

Asia
North Korea fires ballistic missile North Korea fires ballistic missile

SEOUL: North Korea fired what appeared to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile, Seoul said Wednesday, just days before Washington and Pyongyang were set to resume long-stalled nuclear talks, reports…

World
Johnson promises ‘compromise’ Brexit offer to Brussels Johnson promises ‘compromise’ Brexit offer to Brussels

MANCHESTER: Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would submit “compromise” plans for a Brexit agreement to Brussels on Wednesday but again warned that Britain was prepared to leave the…

Culturetainment
Shajal, Mamo pair up for Tumi Ami Shajal, Mamo pair up for Tumi Ami

Popular small screen artistes in the time Abdun Noor Shajal and Jakia Bari Mamo have pair up in a new drama titled ‘Tumi Ami’. Written by Mansur Rahman Chanchal and directed by Sarder…

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Bangladesh face Bhutan today Bangladesh face Bhutan today

Bangladesh National Football Team will take on Bhutan in their second FIFA Friendly match at Bangabandhu National Stadium in the capital today. Earlier in the first friendly, Bangladesh thrashed…

My Districts
Sweet aromatic rice smell attracting Dinajpur farmers Sweet aromatic rice smell attracting Dinajpur farmers

DINAJPUR: Thin aromatic rice is gaining popularity among farmers in the district with its high profit margin and low production cost. Farmers in the area have been showing interest in cultivating…

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