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Quit poll race in two days

Quit poll race in two days
The Awami League yesterday gave its rebel candidates two days to withdraw their candidatures from the 11th national election slated for December 30. Awami league joint secretary Jahangir Kabir Nanak warned that the rebel candidates who are still in the election race will have to face tougher consequences if they do not withdraw their candidatures until Monday. "According to the party decision, the President cordially requested the rebel candidates through a letter to withdraw their candidacies within two days," he said while replying to a reporter's query during a press briefing at its Dhanmondi office yesterday. The Awami League and Grand Alliance-nominated candidates who are still in the race will have to withdraw their candidatures…

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Nation celebrates 48th Victory Day today
Nation 
celebrates 
48th Victory 
Day today
The nation is set to celebrate the 48th Victory Day today to pay deep homage to the martyrs who laid…

Parties vie to capture lion’s share of growing youth vote

Parties vie to capture lion’s share of growing youth vote

A total of 25 million young people, those aged between 18 to 28, are expected to play a vital role in upcoming general elections scheduled for December 30. There were 13.7 million new voters during the January 5, 2014 elections but most of them could not cast their votes as voting was not held in 154…
Don’t be influenced by parties

Don’t be influenced by parties

Local election observers have been advised to work impartially and shun media during the December 30 polls. Speakers at the ‘Election observers training workshop’ also asked them to remain alert against vote rigging. Dhaka University Vice-chancellor Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman, chief guest…
Victory Day 2018

Victory Day 2018

Today the nation is proudly observing the 47th anniversary of the glorious Victory Day. On 16th December in 1971, our country achieved victory after nine-month intense war against the Pakistani occupation forces. The hearts of millions of people will pulsate with the joy of freedom today. The hearts…
The heroes who took oath to sacrifice their lives in war fronts

The heroes who took oath to sacrifice their lives in war fronts

Forty-seven years ago, in 1971, I was working in the blood-drenched war fronts as an Information Officer-cum-War Correspondent of Mujibnagar Government. Alongside I discharged my tough responsibilities in the fronts as War Correspondent of Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra. I was hovering between life and…
Leather industry showing rising investment graph

Leather industry showing rising investment graph

Investment in leather goods and footwear has been rising significantly, thanks to more and more foreign and Bangladeshi investors pumping in money as production cost has gone up in competitor countries, say industry insiders. Moreover, Bangladeshi entrepreneurs are investing in compliant factories to…
Nations inch towards climate deal at marathon UN summit

Nations inch towards climate deal at marathon UN summit

Nations yesterday inched towards a deal to implement the Paris climate goals, after all-night negotiations to hammer out a plan to limit global temperature rises exposed a range of conflicts. A senior negotiator told AFP at the COP24 summit in Poland that delegates from nearly 200 nations had reached…
Cultural arena celebrates Victory Day today

Cultural arena celebrates Victory Day today

The nation is set to celebrate the 48th Victory Day today, paying tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives to liberate the country from the clutches of Pakistan occupation force in 1971. Different socio-cultural organisations and educational institutions across the country will celebrate the…
Windies like to play T20 brand game

Windies like to play T20 brand game

Bangladesh mercurial captain Macramé Bin Mortise will not play T20 for the Tigers that will provide an extra advantage for the visiting West Indies tent because a good leader is always an advantage whether it is a team or a group or a nation for their success. Anything could be gone awry due…
Broccoli cultivation gains popularity in Rajshahi

Broccoli cultivation gains popularity in Rajshahi

Cultivation of broccoli, a non-conventional winter vegetable, has gradually been gaining popularity in the region by dint of its lucrative market price and gradually growing demand. Side by side with other conventional winter vegetables, the cash crop is seen appearing in the local markets everyday…
Niazi was on the verge of tears at time of surrender in 1971

Niazi was on the verge of tears at time of surrender in 1971

Lieutenant Gen AAK Niazi, the then commander of the eastern command of Pakistani forces, was near to tears during his troops surrender to allied forces on the Race Course Maidan in Dhaka, on December 16, 1971. Journalists James P. Sterba of the New York Times in his report titled “In Dacca, the…
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