Monday 21 January 2019 ,
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  • Canal grabbers won’t be spared: Sayeed Khokon
  • British PM to unveil new Brexit strategy
  • Aug 21 Grenade Attack Case: 2 former IGPs get HC bail
  • 4 killed in Noakhali road crash
  • Work with sincerity to fulfil people’s expectations, PM to new cabinet
  • Saudi Arabia to deport 250 Rohingya to Bangladesh: Activist group
  • Barrister Nazmul Huda secures bail
  • 'Tree Man' Abul Bajandar returns to hospital as condition worsens
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Teknaf ‘gunfight’
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  • ‘Madhu Mela’ begins in Jashore Tuesday
  • 40pc doctors absent at govt hospitals: ACC
  • Bottled water of 5 brands substandard: BSTI
  • Kings beat Victorians by 38 runs
  • Taekwondo: Akij School & College emerge men’s junior champions
  • Cabinet reconstitutes committee for 9th wage board
  • Khulna journo gets anticipatory bail
  • Total lunar eclipse woos sky watchers
  • British PM to unveil new Brexit strategy
  • Canal grabbers won’t be spared: Sayeed Khokon
  • BTRC to introduce code for locking stolen phone
  • Cabinet clears President’s JS inaugural speech
  • 4 killed in Noakhali road crash
  • Aug 21 grenade attack: 2 former IGPs get bail
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Teknaf ‘gunfight’
  • Work with sincerity to fulfil people’s expectations, PM to new cabinet
  • Lady Gaga rips into Trump, Pence over govt shutdown, anti-LGBTQ activities
  • New York breaks tourism record in 2018
  • ‘I don’t approve Pele's criticism’: Neymar
  • Abhishek Bachchan, Shweta reveal what they love and hate about Aishwarya Rai
  • Huawei to invest $100b in reconstructing network system
  • Barrister Nazmul Huda gets bail in graft case
  • China's economy hits 28-year low
  • France nears implementation of digital tax
  • David Warner to undergo surgery on injured elbow
  • Super blood wolf moon: stargazers battle cold and clouds to see lunar eclipse
  • Saudi Arabia to deport 250 Rohingya to Bangladesh: Activist group
  • Environment-friendly tech introduced
  • China to provide RMB 500m to Bangladesh
  • Messi comes off bench to help Barca beat Leganes 3-1
  • World's biggest health threats revealed
  • 'Tree Man' Abul Bajandar returns to hospital as condition worsens
  • 31 Rohingya stranded on Indo-Bangla border in Tripura
  • World's 26 richest own same as poorest half of humanity: Oxfam
  • ‘I grew up wanting to be a hero’: Ranveer Singh
  • Yearlong programme to be inaugurated today
  • Coaching centres to be shut during SSC exams
  • Aurangzeb Chy made new naval chief
  • ACC intensifies drive at major govt office
  • Holey Artisan Bakery attack financier put on remand
  • Producers worry over low demand in off-peak hours
  • Root out graft, militancy
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    British PM to unveil new Brexit strategy British Prime Minister Theresa May unveils her Brexit "Plan B" to parliament…
    31 Rohingya stranded on Indo-Bangla border in Tripura As many as 31 Rohingya, including 16 children, were stranded between the border…
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    Khulna journo gets anticipatory bail The High Court on Monday granted a four-week anticipatory bail to Rashidul Islam, the Khulna correspondent of Daily Manabzamin, in a case filed under…
    Canal grabbers won’t be spared: Sayeed Khokon Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sayeed Khokon on Monday warned the canal grabbers, saying none of them will be spared. “Land grabbers, whoever…
  • 4 killed in Noakhali road crash
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Teknaf ‘gunfight’
  • 1.5-km viaduct visible of metro rail
  • Bangladesh
    BTRC to introduce code for locking stolen phone Mobile phone users in Bangladesh will soon be able to know if their phones have been imported through the legal channel. The telecom regulator has already made an International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number database of phones that have been legally imported. Now, the Bangladesh Telecommunication…
    Work with sincerity to fulfil people’s expectations, PM to new cabinet Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday asked the new cabinet to work with sincerity and honesty to fulfil the expectations of people who have voted Awami League to power again with a huge mandate. "The cabinet will work with sincerity and honesty, every work has to be performed with sincerity…this…
  • Saudi Arabia to deport 250 Rohingya to Bangladesh: Activist group
  • 'Tree Man' Abul Bajandar returns to hospital as condition worsens
  • Politics
    Barrister Nazmul Huda gets bail in graft case The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on Monday granted bail to former minister Barrister Nazmul Huda in a graft case. A four-member bench led by chief justice Syed Mahmud Hossain passed the order accepting his leave-to-appeal petition. On November 8 last year, the High Court commuted former Communications…
    Khaleda faces fresh arrest warrant A court here on Sunday issued a warrant for the arrest of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in a case filed for hurting people's religious sentiments over four years ago. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Jasim Uddin issued the warrant and directed police to submit a report by February 18 on execution of…
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    • An Awami League supporter with his hair cut like the party’s election symbol (boat) gestures during a grand rally organised at Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital yesterday to celebrate its landslide victory in the 11th parliamentary election. AFP PHOTO
    • Beirut : Seagulls fly off the coast of the Lebanese capital Beirut on January 16, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Kuwait City : White-eared bulbuls stand on a branch in a garden in Kuwait City on January 9, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Prague : A man enjoys skiing cross-country on freshly fallen snow in a park in Prague on January 10, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : Pigeons sit on a bas-relief at the entrance to Park Kultury metro station in Moscow on January 10, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : People walk under light trees in front of one of the churches on Varvarka street in central Moscow on January 8, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Tbilisi : This aerial picture taken on January 11, 2019 shows the historical downtown of Tbilisi. AFP PHOTO
    • Colombia : General view of "La Cocha" lake in the municipality of Pasto, Colombia on January 4, 2019. AFP PHOTO
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    • Sydney : New Year's Eve fireworks erupt over Sydney's iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House during the fireworks show on January 1, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    At least 52 roadside Akashmoni trees were felled allegedly by a former union parishad member at Fulbaria in Mymensingh without permission of the
authorities concerned on Thursday. The photo was taken yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO At least 52 roadside Akashmoni trees were felled allegedly by a former union parishad member…
    Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina (inset) waves at the large crowd of party leaders and
activists who gathered on Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital yesterday to join a rally marking the landslide victory of the
party in the 11th national elections. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina (inset) waves at the large crowd of…
    Salman F Rahman MP, private sector industries and investment adviser to prime minister, places a wreath at the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh
Mujibur Rahman in front of Bangabandhu Memorial Museum at Dhanmondi 32 in the capital yesterday as he pays tribute to the founding father of the
nation following his new assignment. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Salman F Rahman MP, private sector industries and investment adviser to prime minister, places…
    A policeman (right) signals the driver of a pickup van on a road at Jatrabari in the capital yesterday
to check documents on the second day of the ongoing traffic week. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO A policeman (right) signals the driver of a pickup van on a road at Jatrabari in the capital…
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    Super blood wolf moon: stargazers battle cold and clouds to see lunar eclipse

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    Huawei to invest $100b in reconstructing network system
    Chinese technology firm Huawei said on Thursday that it plans to invest $100…
    Nasa, China collaborate on Moon exploration
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