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  • Shahbaz's name finalised as successor to Nawaz Sharif
  • Café attack mastermind Rashed remanded
  • EC to sit with civil society on July 31
  • 3 ‘criminals’ killed in ‘gunfights’ in B’baria, Keraniganj
  • 3 'Neo JMB' men of Sarwar-Tamim group held in N'ganj
At a Glance
  • BNP is out make next general election, EC controversial: Menon
  • Trump’s aide Curtis’ Dhaka visit postponed
  • WB giving $570m to improve health, public procurement
  • World T20 loss to India helped me learn a lot: Mahmudullah
  • EU court orders Poland to suspend logging in ancient forest
  • Neymar set for China trip as speculation mounts
  • EC to sit with civil society on July 31
  • Shahbaz's name finalised as successor to Nawaz Sharif
  • Chargesheet in café attack case to follow Rashed’s grilling: Monirul
  • 3 ‘criminals’ killed in ‘gunfights’ in B’baria, Keraniganj
  • Tesla begins delivering 'Model 3' car for the masses
  • IMF: Countries must avoid protectionism 'at all costs'
  • ‘Robber’ killed in Keraniganj gunfight
  • JSD leader shot dead in Old Dhaka
  • Safe water supply in all divisional cities by 2021: PM
  • Ronaldo to start football season in court
  • PUST science faculty dean Rashed killed in road crash
  • A look at who might be Pakistan's next prime minister
  • Venezuela protest ban dampens street opposition to Maduro
  • 3 'Neo JMB' men of Sarwar-Tamim group held in N'ganj
  • Six killed, 15 injured in Faridpur road accident
  • Reince Priebus out, John Kelly in as White House chief of staff
  • N. Korea leader says 'all US' within range after missile test
  • Sunidhi, Tahsan, Mehazabien enthrall Dhaka audience
  • Shamim Osman threatens hunger strike
  • Health movement to help achieve SDGs: Expert
  • Sri Lanka to sign China port deal despite protests
  • Symbol of equality, but huge burden on state
  • India gets $16m agreement
  • Country experiences heightened rainfall in July
  • World News
    Venezuela protest ban dampens street opposition to Maduro Small numbers of protesters on Friday defied a ban on demonstrations in Venezuela,…
    Reince Priebus out, John Kelly in as White House chief of staff President Donald Trump drove out his chief of staff on Friday, replacing Reince…
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    3 'Neo JMB' men of Sarwar-Tamim group held in N'ganj Members of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested three suspected members of Neo JMB 'Sarwar-Tamim group' from Fatullah upazila in Narayanganj…
    Shamim Osman threatens hunger strike NARAYANGANJ: Local MP Shamim Osman on Thursday threatened to go on a fast unto death until the start of the steps taken by the government to resolve the…
  • Health movement to help achieve SDGs: Expert
  • Migrant children at risk of trafficking, exploitation, say UN experts
  • Fake DIG held in city
  • Bangladesh
    Safe water supply in all divisional cities by 2021: PM Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday putting emphasis on the use of surface water said works are going on to ensure supply of safe water from surface water sources in all divisional cities by 2021. "Programmes are underway for ensuring safe water supply from surface water sources by 2021 in…
    3 ‘criminals’ killed in ‘gunfights’ in B’baria, Keraniganj Three alleged criminals were killed in separate 'gunfights' with law enforcers in Brahmanbaria and Keraniganj of Dhaka districts early Saturday. In Brahmanbaria, an alleged member of muggers' gang and a 'drug peddler' were killed in two separate incidents of 'gunfight' in…
  • Six killed, 15 injured in Faridpur road accident
  • PUST science faculty dean Rashed killed in road crash
  • Politics
    BNP is out make next general election, EC controversial: Menon Bangladesher Workers Party President Rashed Khan Menon on Satueday said BNP is out to make the next general election and the Election Commission controversial sensing its consequences in the upcoming polls. "BNP's aim is to thwart the Constitution and the Constitutional process...And it…
    JSD leader shot dead in Old Dhaka A local leader of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) was shot to death by unidentified miscreants in Baghanbari Swarighat area adjacent to Islambagh in Old Dhaka on Friday night. The deceased was identified as Manzur Hossain, son of late Moslem Matbar, hailing from Zianagar of Keraniganj, also president…
  • BNP plans to propose changes in RPO
  • BNP slams ‘police obstruction’ to Yunus Centre prog
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