Monday 25 September 2017 ,
Monday 25 September 2017 ,
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  • China favours permanent solution of Rohingya crisis
  • Undocumented Rohingyas see 3.7-fold rise: Report
  • Rohingya crisis’ origin, solution lies in Myanmar: UNHCR chief
  • Actor fined RM1,200 for punching Bangladeshi
  • DU ’Kha’ unit admission test results published
At a Glance
  • BD seeks $250 mn from WB to help Rohingyas
  • Stay alert against evil acts during Puja: Khaleda
  • Undocumented Rohingyas see 3.7-fold rise: Report
  • Rohingya crisis’ origin, solution lies in Myanmar: UNHCR chief
  • BNP shrugs off PM’s democracy remark
  • China favours permanent solution of Rohingya crisis
  • Court puts 11 militants on three-day remand
  • Progs taken to celebrate World Tourism Day
  • Actor fined RM1,200 for punching Bangladeshi
  • HC order on writ seeking bar on BCB AGM Tuesday
  • India Can’t Mistreat Refugees By Not Signing Refugee Convention
  • Virat Kohli urges high-flying India to be 'ruthless'
  • 6 of family ‘kill selves’, suicide note found
  • World's 'heaviest' woman Eman Ahmed dies
  • WHO warns of cholera threat in Bangladesh Rohingya camps
  • Youth tortured dead by BSF in Thakurgaon
  • DMP takes tight security for peaceful celebration of Durga Puja
  • Uber flags down TfL nemesis lawyer to head up appeal against London ban
  • 2 Rohingyas with AIDS admitted to CMCH
  • Horrific tale of a rescued Rohingya child
  • 3 militants killed in encounter in Kashmir’s Uri
  • Ranveer Singh set to star as cricketer Kapil Dev in Kabir Khan’s next
  • 11 killed in eastern China house fire
  • Australia urged to set up EPZ
  • UK restaurant jobs unfilled as EU workers leave
  • ‘Science Cafe’ held at Savar
  • ACC’s public hearing gets huge response
  • Memorial meeting on Prof Dwijen Sharma today
  • 'No way back' in Myanmar's crucible of communal hate
  • North Korea, Venezuela, Chad among 8 countries on new US travel ban
  • Bodybuilder dies after kickboxing bout
  • Mass grave of 28 Hindus found in Myanmar
  • AL leader hacked dead in Jessore
  • Bus crash in Austrian Alps averted after tourist applies brake
  • Roger Federer leads Team Europe to maiden Laver Cup title
  • Asian shares mixed as investors mull weekend vote results
  • Stevie Wonder kneels as he leads anti-poverty concert
  • Dortmund out to ruin Ronaldo milestone
  • Hundred hero Ali 'presses the button' in England six-fest
  • Chanchal Khan releases eighth solo album
  • Theatre (Bailey Road) stages ‘Baramkhana’ at BSA today
  • DU ’Kha’ unit admission test results published
  • Bangladesh coastal town a place of Rohingya hope and tragedy
  • No gas in N’ganj for 8 hrs today
  • Merkel wins fourth term, nationalists rise
  • North Korea, Venezuela, Chad among 8 countries on new US travel ban
  • Performance show at AFD tomorrow
  • Ronaldo's slow start sparks Ballon d'Or race
  • One stop service on cards
  • Rangs-Mahindra vehicle assembly plant starts its journey
  • China rust belt opens door wider to foreign investors
  • World News
    India Can’t Mistreat Refugees By Not Signing Refugee Convention India’s home minister, Rajnath Singh, said in a tweet that his government…
    North Korea, Venezuela, Chad among 8 countries on new US travel ban President Donald Trump issued a new open-ended travel ban on Sunday that saw North…
    World's 'heaviest' woman Eman Ahmed dies Eman Ahmed, the world’s heaviest woman who underwent a weight-loss surgery…
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    Court puts 11 militants on three-day remand A Dhaka court on Monday placed 11 alleged militants, who were arrested on Friday over the allegation of financing the radical activities under the…
    ‘Science Cafe’ held at Savar A science-based programme titled ‘Science Café’ was held yesterday  at the BUDS School and College in Savar.  ‘Science…
  • ACC’s public hearing gets huge response
  • Memorial meeting on Prof Dwijen Sharma today
  • No gas in N’ganj for 8 hrs today
  • Bangladesh
    WHO warns of cholera threat in Bangladesh Rohingya camps The World Health Organisation warned Monday of a growing risk of a cholera outbreak in the makeshift refugee camps in Bangladesh where some 436,000 Rohingya Muslims have sought shelter from unrest in Myanmar. A month after the exodus began, those dispersed in some 68 camps and settlements along the…
    Youth tortured dead by BSF in Thakurgaon A Bangladeshi young man was tortured to death by members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) in Dabri border area in Haripur upazila early Monday. The deceased was identified as Abdur Razzak, 22, son of Abdus Sobhan, a resident of Sarkerbosti in Baliadangi upazila. Nayeb subedar Md Shaheed, company…
  • DMP takes tight security for peaceful celebration of Durga Puja
  • 2 Rohingyas with AIDS admitted to CMCH
  • Politics
    Stay alert against evil acts during Puja: Khaleda  Greeting the Hindu community members on the occasion of Durga Puja and Bijoya Dashami, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Monday urged all, irrespective of their religion and colour, to remain alert about any type of evil act against the country's religious harmony. In a message issued on the occasion,…
    BNP shrugs off PM’s democracy remark  BNP on Monday termed 'ridiculous' and 'deceptive' Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's statements made in her interview with Voice of America over Bangladesh's election. "The Prime Minister's comments on election in an interview with the Voice of America are considered absurd…
  • AL leader hacked dead in Jessore
  • BNP to forge unity with people over Rohingya issue: Fakhrul
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    • A Rohingya refugee carries his son and relief supplies in baskets at Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar yesterday. AFP PHOTO
    • Gaza City, Palestinian Territories : Palestinian Ahmed Akila takes care of plants at his father's nursery in Gaza City on September 8, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : This photo taken on August 19, 2017 shows the seabed in the waters off Raja Ampat -- which means Four Kings in Indonesian, in Indonesia's far eastern Papua. AFP PHOTO
    • Prague : A South Korean bride poses for a photographer on the landmark Charles Bridge early morning on September 05, 2017, in Prague. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : A tourist boats float on the Moskva river close to Krymsky (Crimean) bridge and Christ the Savior cathedral in central Moscow late on August 31, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Berlin : People sit in rowing boats in the small lake "Neuer See" in Berlin, on September 2, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A peacock butterfly (Inachis io) flies over a flower in Apolda, eastern Germany, on September 19, 2017.AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : This photo taken on August 21, 2017 shows the blue sea around Raja Ampat -- which means Four Kings in Indonesian, in Indonesia's far eastern Papua. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : This photo taken on August 21, 2017 shows a boat passing by during sunrise in Raja Ampat -- which means Four Kings in Indonesian, in Indonesia's far eastern Papua. AFP PHOTO
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    A rice mill at Paniswar in Sarail of Brahmanbaria, one of the four that met the same fate, is partially engulfed by the river yesterday as erosion in the
River Meghna intensified recently. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO A rice mill at Paniswar in Sarail of Brahmanbaria, one of the four that met the same fate,…
    Work of 100-foot lake from Kanchan Bridge to Kuril Bishwa road is going on in full swing. The picture was taken from 300-Foot at Basundhara in the capital yesterday. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM Work of 100-foot lake from Kanchan Bridge to Kuril Bishwa road is going on in full swing.…
    This photo taken yesterday shows a bulldozer demolishing illegal structures at Kuakata in Patuakhali district during an eviction drive conducted by
the Roads and Highways Department. INDEPENDENT PHOTO This photo taken yesterday shows a bulldozer demolishing illegal structures at Kuakata in…
    A view of the century old building of the Rajshahi Public Library. INDEPENDENT PHOTO A view of the century old building of the Rajshahi Public Library. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
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    The World Rivers Day is being observed in the country as elsewhere across the globe on Sunday. The theme of this year's World Rivers Day is 'Encroachment-pollution free rivers: Save Life and Nature.'…
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    Science & Tech
    Uber flags down TfL nemesis lawyer to head up appeal against London ban
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    Domain name registrations have grown to 331.9 million in the second quarter…
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    Space scientists urged Europe Wednesday to rethink its withdrawal from a futuristic,…
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