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No scope for mercy leaves patrons of misdeeds in fear By Other | Last Updated: 9th October, 2019, 00:00

The government’s “no mercy” stand about those involved in criminal activities has sent shivers of fear among a section of leaders of the ruling Awami League for their involvement…

No scope for mercy leaves patrons of misdeeds in fear

Hasina’s diplomacy puts Modi on the tight spot

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s diplomacy has caught India by surprise from the onion issue to the much-talked about sharing of water of the Feni river, leaving the ball entirely in Prime Minister…


Abrar killing protested countrywide

Countrywide protests continued for the second consecutive day on Tuesday over killing of BUET student Abrar Fahad. The protesters also demanded exemplary punishment to the culprits involved…


BUET dormitory or a torture cell?

Instead of being a place of higher learning, a dormitory of the premier Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) was turned into a torture cell  by some errant leaders of Bangladesh…

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Excessive antibiotics use puts public health at risk: Experts Excessive antibiotics use puts public health at risk: Experts

The trend of overuse and misuse of antibiotic entails health risk for people as there is hardly any effective antibiotic not prescribed to treat even most common or deadly diseases.  Health…

Metropolis
Make ongoing anti-graft drive a success Make ongoing anti-graft 
drive a success

Terming corruption as one of the major obstacles to socio-economic development, President Abdul Hamid on Friday urged all to come forward to make the ongoing drives against militancy, drugs, extortion,…

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Port city residents get another green park Port city residents get

another green park

Amid the gradual disappearance of open spaces from the fast growing metropolitans, Chattogram city residents were presented a park. Housing and Public Works Department constructed the park titled…

Editorial
Rohingya Crisis and Regional Security Rohingya Crisis and Regional Security

Rohingya influx into Bangladesh from 25 August, 2017, following military crackdown in the Rakhine State of Myanmar has been the hot topic of discussions for the last couple of years. On humanitarian…

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Durga Puja Celebrations in Bangladesh Durga Puja Celebrations in Bangladesh

The idol of Goddess Durga standing tall, mesmerisingly beautiful, epitomising the divine; the sweet scent of flowers, pure and heavenly; burning incense; drum-beats, children and grownups alike dancing…

Business
NBR enlisting IT firms to develop VAT software NBR enlisting IT firms to develop VAT software

The government has begun enlisting local software developers to automate the VAT collection system as part of the new VAT law. Some 11 local firms have already been enlisted with the National…

World
Turkey ready for Syria offensive despite mixed signals from Trump Turkey ready for Syria offensive

despite mixed signals from Trump

ISTANBUL: Turkey said Tuesday it was ready for an offensive against Kurdish militants in northern Syria despite mixed signals from US President Donald Trump over whether he had approved the operation,…

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Drama serial ‘Dulabhai Jindabad’ to end next week Drama serial ‘Dulabhai Jindabad’ to end next week

Dulabhai Jindabad, a drama serial, which is being aired on Desh TV will end next week. Written by Manas Paul and directed by Shahin Sarkar, the play stars Al Mansur, Fazlur Rahman Babu, Aa Kha Ma Hasan,…

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Domingo, Langeveldt return on Oct 20 Domingo, Langeveldt return on Oct 20

Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo and pace bowling coach Charl Langeveldt will arrive on October 20 to prepare Tigers for the upcoming tour of India.  Bangladesh will tour India in…

My Districts
Coexistence of Mosque-Temple Coexistence of Mosque-Temple

RANGPUR: The Muslim and Sanaton community people have set up a unique example of communal harmony by conducting religious rituals peacefully in a Mosque and a Temple located on the same courtyard in…

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