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Live ovens, motor juicers on footpath risky for pedestrians By Other | Last Updated: 5th November, 2019, 00:00

The roadside live ovens and sugarcane juice making machines in the capital are posing risk to commuters. The incidents of death and injury after falling in such stoves and juicers have occurred.…

Live ovens, motor juicers on footpath risky for pedestrians

Tigers in sound rhythm

Bangladesh are looking to keep the winning momentum going in the next games after clinching a memorable victory in the first match of the T20I series against India. The Tigers are now confident…


Sadeque Hossain Khoka no more

BNP Vice-Chairman and former Dhaka City Corporation Mayor Sadeque Hossain Khoka died of cancer at hospital in New York on Monday. He was 67. Khoka, also a valiant freedom fighter, breathed his…


Govt concerned over power transmission to grid

The government is concerned over power transmission to the grid as the demand and supply gap widens during peak and off-peak season. The gap is likely to be more widened as the mega power plants…

Metropolis
Speakers for recognition of women’s unaccounted work Speakers for recognition of women’s unaccounted work

Speakers at a dialogue on Monday stressed the need for recognising the contribution of women’s unaccounted work to the economy ,reports UNB. They also called upon the government to arrange…

Sun Extra
Students vow to resist child marriage Students vow to resist child marriage

CHATTOGRAM: Around 400 students of different schools of Cox’s Bazar took oath for an end to child marriage at a programme on Monday. Bangladesh Betar and John Hopkins University of Communication…

Editorial
Innovative Public Service Delivery: Bangladesh – a Role Model Innovative Public Service Delivery: Bangladesh – a Role Model

The public service delivery system has been perceived as one of the most important ways of reducing poverty through poverty alleviation programs. The provision of services is the core function of government.…

Business
Power supply to Bangladesh Secretariat in trouble Power supply to Bangladesh Secretariat in trouble

Electricity supply to the country’s one of the key administrative installments—Bangladesh Secretariat—is facing a great trouble as the supply of power for it from 11/04 kilo-voltage…

Human Rights
Human Rights and Freedom of Religion in Islam Human Rights and Freedom of  Religion in Islam

Human rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, right to practise religion peacefully, the right to work and education, etc.…

Asia
SE Asian leaders snub US meeting after Trump skips ASEAN summit SE Asian leaders snub

US meeting after Trump skips ASEAN summit

BANGKOK: Several Southeast Asian leaders snubbed a meeting with US officials on Monday after President Donald Trump decided not to attend a regional summit in Bangkok, reports AFP. Just three…

World
4 protesters killed in Iraq’s Karbala 4 protesters killed

in Iraq’s Karbala

KARBALA: Four protesters were shot dead early Monday outside the Iranian consulate in Iraq’s holy city of Karbala where demonstrators vented their anger at what they see as Tehran’s meddling…

Culturetainment
Chandrabati Kotha, Alpha to be screened in Kolkata Int’l Film Fest Chandrabati Kotha, Alpha to be screened in Kolkata Int’l Film Fest

Two Bangladeshi films titled ‘Chandrabati Kotha’ and ‘Alpha’ will be screened in the eight-day 25th Kolkata International Film Festival beginning on November 8. The feature…

Winner
Bangladesh can win even without Shakib, Tamim: Mushfiq Bangladesh can win even without Shakib, Tamim: Mushfiq

Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim believes that Tigers can perform even without big names as he feels they have a solid bunch of cricketers to fill the shoes of any stars.  

My Districts
Eco-friendly pest management gets popular in Khulna Eco-friendly pest management gets popular in Khulna

KHULNA: Using of Eco-friendly pest management method in farming fields of transplanted Aman paddy has become visible as many farmers have started adopting the method in the Dakop upazila in the district.…

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Muslims anxious as Indian court prepares to rule on Babri Masjid Muslims anxious as Indian court prepares to rule on Babri Masjid

AYODHYA: In the Indian town of Ayodhya, minority Muslims are feeling under siege as they await a Supreme Court ruling on a centuries-old religious dispute that has cast a shadow over their relations…

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