Saturday 20 July 2019 ,
Saturday 20 July 2019 ,
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  • Kurigram flood situation unchanged
  • Priya Saha to be sued for sedition: Quader
  • Tigers off to Sri Lanka to play ODI series
  • Won’t return without meeting the kin of Sonbhadra victims: Priyanka Gandhi
  • Govt finds ulterior motive behind Priya Saha’s absolutely false, concocted stories
At a Glance
  • Priya Saha to be sued for sedition: Quader
  • Tigers off to Sri Lanka to play ODI series
  • Argentina World Cup-winning coach Bilardo in intensive care
  • Wanted to join Juventus even before Cristiano Ronaldo chat, says Matthijs De Ligt
  • Train again derails in Moulvibazar
  • Govt finds ulterior motive behind Priya Saha’s absolutely false, concocted stories
  • Chicken minced salad recipe
  • 2 killed as lorry plunges into Faridpur ditch
  • Brazilian soccer player convicted of murder leaves prison
  • Kurigram flood situation unchanged
  • Facebook mulls response to private posts ruling
  • MS Dhoni has no immediate plans to retire, says longtime friend
  • Won’t return without meeting the kin of Sonbhadra victims: Priyanka Gandhi
  • Hollyhock House in Los Angeles declared UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The golden switch
  • This stretch is all you need before a work out
  • Dozens of dead whales found on a beach in Iceland
  • Division in Muslims benefiting enemies: Salman F Rahman
  • Jagorani Chakra founder gets Entrepreneurs Award in India
  • Financial support sought from int’l agencies for SDGs
  • Jute harvesting goes on in Rajshahi division
  • Iran Guards seize British-flagged tanker in Strait of Hormuz
  • Algeria sink Senegal to claim second Africa Cup of Nations
  • Death toll rises to 10 after China gas plant blast
  • Facebook’s Libra money a threat, far from ready: G7
  • Erosion by Jhenai, Bonsai rivers worsens
  • Farmers busy nurturing cattle as Eid-ul-Azha approaches
  • BNP to hold rallies in each division before Eid
  • JP future lies on political steps by new leadership
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Kushtia ‘gunfight’
  • PM to join envoys’ confce today
  • Rifat murder: Minni ‘admits’ involvement
  • US reiterates pledge to stand beside Bangladesh
  • Two shows of ‘Let Me Out’ at Mahila Samiti
  • ‘Sobar Ekta Galpo Thakey’ to air tonight
  • World News
    Iran Guards seize British-flagged tanker in Strait of Hormuz
Iran's Revolutionary Guards said Friday they had seized a British-flagged tanker…
    Death toll rises to 10 after China gas plant blast
The death toll from a huge explosion that rocked a gas plant in central China rose…
    Australia dismisses NZ concern  Australia yesterday defended a hardline policy of deporting Kiwi convicts, despite…
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    Govt to probe motive behind Priya Saha’s allegations
    Metro
    Train again derails in Moulvibazar
Rail communications on Dhaka-Sylhet route remained suspended  for an hour on Saturday following derailment of a compartment of a  Dhaka-bound…
    2 killed as lorry plunges into Faridpur ditch
Two people were killed and three others injured as a lorry fell into a ditch at Shibrampur in sadar upazila of Faridpur, district on Dhaka-Khulna highway…
  • Division in Muslims benefiting enemies: Salman F Rahman
  • Erosion by Jhenai, Bonsai rivers worsens
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Kushtia ‘gunfight’
  • Bangladesh
    Taboos, lack of info keep girls away Enrolment of girls in technical education is not very common due to social taboos and lack of proper information about the prospects of the subject. In the last five years, the number of girls writing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent exams under the Technical Education Board is lower…
    Rifat murder: Minni ‘admits’ involvement
Aysha Siddika Minni reportedly admitted yesterday to being involved in the murder of her husband Rifat Sharif. Minni gave a confessional statement before Barguna's Senior Judicial Magistrate in the evening, claimed Inspector Humayun Kabir, the case's investigation officer. Meanwhile, Rishan…
  • Dengue cases may spurt next month
  • SC to frame social media rules for judicial officers
  • Politics
    JP future lies on political steps by new leadership
Awami League (AL) general secretary Obaidul Quader yesterday said the future of the Jatiya Party (JP-Ershad) will depend upon the political steps taken by its new leadership. “I heard that the JP will be run by a joint leadership. I always tell one thing that those who can take the right decision…
    BNP to hold rallies in each division before Eid
The BNP has decided to hold public meetings in all the eight divisional cities before Eid-ul-Azha to demand the release of party chairperson Khaleda Zia. The decision was taken at a meeting of the party standing committee held at the Khaleda Zia's Gulshan office, with party secretary general Mirza…
  • Sheikh Hasina was arrested to halt democracy: Hasan
  • GM Quader becomes JP chairman
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    • Germany : A bee sits on a flower at the botanical garden on July 19, 2019 in Bochum. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : Visitors walk amongst the flowers during a visit to a celosia flower garden in Banda Aceh on July 13, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • United States : Balloons fly in the sky during the 38th annual Steamboat Springs Hot Air Balloon Festival in Steamboat Springs, Colorado on July 13, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : Giraffes stand together in the enclosure of the zoo Hellabrunn in Munich, southern Germany, on July 12, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Singapore : Two fully grown and young lesser whistling ducks are seen on a bamboo raft in a pond at the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore on July 17, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Recipients of a scholarship pose for a photograph with dignitaries (seated, on stage) at a felicitation programme organised by Dhaka Zila Parishad at the Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh in the capital yesterday. Prime minister’s private industry and investment adviser Salman F Rahman was present as chief guest at the event.INDEPENDENT PHOTOS
    • Recipients of a scholarship pose for a photograph with dignitaries (seated, on stage) at a felicitation programme organised by Dhaka Zila Parishad at the Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh in the capital yesterday. Prime minister’s private industry and investment adviser Salman F Rahman was present as chief guest at the event.INDEPENDENT PHOTOS
    • Recipients of a scholarship pose for a photograph with dignitaries (seated, on stage) at a felicitation programme organised by Dhaka Zila Parishad at the Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh in the capital yesterday. Prime minister’s private industry and investment adviser Salman F Rahman was present as chief guest at the event.INDEPENDENT PHOTOS
    • Recipients of a scholarship pose for a photograph with dignitaries (seated, on stage) at a felicitation programme organised by Dhaka Zila Parishad at the Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh in the capital yesterday. Prime minister’s private industry and investment adviser Salman F Rahman was present as chief guest at the event. INDEPENDENT PHOTOS
    • Indonesia : Visitors pose for a photo amongst the flowers during a visit to a celosia flower garden in Banda Aceh on July 13, 2019.AFP PHOTO
    Prime minister’s private industry and investment adviser Salman F Rahman speaks at a meeting organised by Bangladesh Ahl-i-Hadeeth Juba Shangha,
the youth wing of Ahl-i-Hadeeth Movement Bangladesh, at the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB) in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Prime minister’s private industry and investment adviser Salman F Rahman speaks at a meeting…
    Dhaka University students blockade the capital’s Shahbagh intersection, demanding an end to the affiliation of seven colleges with the country’s premier seat of education, which they claim is already plagued by a range of problems including session jam. The blockade causes ripple effect on the city’s traffic and spikes severely the sufferings of commuters. Focus Bangla Photo Dhaka University students blockade the capital’s Shahbagh intersection, demanding an end…
    People wade through knee-high water at a local bazaar while a boat remains anchored along a flooded street at Rajibpur in Kurigram as new areas were inundated in the district yesterday. Inset, an elderly man struggles to keep a crying baby afloat on his shoulder at Chilmari in the district. Focus Bangla Photos Focus Bangla Photo People wade through knee-high water at a local bazaar while a boat remains anchored along…
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurates Dhaka-Benapole-Dhaka train service and extension of Banalata Express service up to Chapainawabganj
through videoconference from Ganabhaban in the capital yesterday while Railways Minister Nurul Islam Sujan claps. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurates Dhaka-Benapole-Dhaka train service and extension…
    Entertainment, Art & Culture
    ‘Sobar Ekta Galpo Thakey’ to air tonight
    A special telefilm titled ‘Sobar Ekta Galpo Thakey’ will be aired tonight. Written by Shafiqur Rahman Shantnu and directed by Dipu Hazra, the cast of the telefilm includes popular artistes Abdun Noor Sajal, Aparna Ghosh, Maha and Kalyan Corraya, among others.…
    Environment
    Dozens of dead whales found on a beach in Iceland

    Dozens of dead whales found on a beach in Iceland

    Tourists and a pilot on a helicopter sightseeing tour of Iceland have found dozens of dead whales on a remote beach in Iceland. David Schwarzhans, a pilot for Reykjavík Helicopters, said he and…
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    This stretch is all you need before a work out
    Stretching is the most neglected part of a workout routine. It is important to stretch…
    The golden switch
    For a nation that is obsessed with buying and using gold in various forms, the recent…
    Bloggers make careers out of following  Duchesses' style
    From Meghan the Duchess of Sussex's recent maternity clothing to Kate the Duchess…
    Science & Tech
    Facebook mulls response to private posts ruling
    Facebook says it's deciding how to respond to a California Supreme Court…
    Richard Branson inspired by Apollo, his own space shot soon
    Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson said Thursday his spaceship has just…
    'One giant leap': US marks Apollo mission 50 years on
    Fifty years after a mighty rocket set off from Florida carrying the first humans…
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