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Rising onion prices bring tears

Rising onion prices bring tears

The price of onions brought tears to the eyes of the middle class last year—it fluctuated between Tk. 15-30 a kg in 2016 and rose up to Tk. 130…

Guidebooks, coaching centres evil necessities

Guardians expressed satisfaction over the government distributing free textbooks among their children on the first day of the year. At the same time, however, they complained that their wards were forced to depend on guidebooks and coaching centres. They also said that they needed to buy additional…

‘Nuclear button’ on my table: Kim

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un warned the United States Monday he has a "nuclear button" on his table but offered an apparent olive branch to South Korea in a New Year message, saying he was prepared for talks and may send a team to the Winter Olympics there, reports AFP from Seoul. Kim struck…

Sylhet JCD man killed in infighting

A local leader of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) was killed in a factional clash in Court Point area of Sylhet yesterday, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Abul Hasnat Shimu, former assistant organising secretary of Sylhet city unit. When a group of JCD leaders and activists brought out a…

Eight killed in Germany, UK, Egypt

At least eight people were killed in different incidents on the New Year's Eve in United Kingdom, Germany and Egypt. Four of them were killed in London and two each in Berlin and Cairo, reports AFP. Four young men were stabbed to death in unrelated incidents in London on New Year's Eve, while…
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