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AL ready to ‘hold polls anytime’

AL ready to ‘hold polls anytime’

The government is seriously considering holding snap polls in a bid to avoid any unpleasant situation that can go against the ruling party during the…
CHT still in pursuit of peace

CHT still in pursuit of peace

Twenty years have passed since the CHT Peace Accord was signed between the government and the Parbattya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samity (PCJSS) to bring…

Missing Natore priest rescued from Sylhet

Police yesterday rescued Christians' Priest and school teacher Father Walter William Rozario from Kadamtoly Bus Terminal in Sylhet, five days after he remained untraced from Natore, reports BSS. "Father Walter William Rozario, who went into missing since Monday last from Natore Banpara Mission…

9 dead as Taliban gunmen storm Pakistan school

Nine people were killed and dozens injured yesterday when burqa-clad Taliban militants stormed a training institute in the northwestern city of Peshawar as Pakistan marked the birthday of the Prophet Mohammed, officials said. Police said at least three militants opened fire at security near the gates…

Spain, Portugal in same group

The 2010 World Cup winners Spain were placed in the same group as Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, while England will face a talented Belgium side, reports AFP. Spain's clash with reigning European champions Portugal in Sochi on June 15 was an early highlight thrown…

Suu Kyi meets Xi as Rohingya censure grows

Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, facing growing international criticism over her country's persecution of Rohingya Muslims, yesterday said her government has made progress in creating a peaceful society but acknowledged that "much still remains to be done," reports UNB.…
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